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Students Dodge Balls to Help Suicide Prevention

Over 50 Spring Hill College students participated in a dodgeball event at the Arthur Outlaw Recreational Center on September 27 that raised money in support of suicide prevention. DiMya Evans, President of Campus Programming Board said, “It is th...

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Back the Badgers Sports Campaign Exceeds Expectations

Jacob Ludwikowski, Director of Annual Giving said, “I was surprised by the number of people we were able to reach from social media and their willingness to make a contribution. ” This year, the athletic department plans to improve the weight roo...

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Art Professor Gets First Solo Exhibition at Local Museum

The exhibit aims to get people thinking about climate change, according to Sullivan. She explained that she takes inspiration from the flowers in her garden and used them to reflect on environmental issues. “I see them as visual metaphors for clim...

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SHC Achieves High Regional Rankings & National Distinctions

Spring Hill achieved the seventh overall ranking because of a low 13:1 student to faculty ratio, a drop in tuition, high retention rates, and a top 100 ranking for social mobility.  Out of 1,500 schools, Spring Hill ranked in the top 100 for soci...

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Senior Raises Money to Fight Sex Trafficking

Liz White, a senior at Spring Hill, raised $126,000 with Pedal the Pacific this summer for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Pedal the Pacific is a nonprofit organization working to raise awareness and money for the anti-sex...

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