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1 Coker’s Celebration of Academics Renamed
2 Coker College Announces BFA Degree in Dance
3 Coker Hosts Residency with Guest Dance Company
4 Evans Awarded Library Prize for Undergraduate Research
5 Coker Dance Presents the Spring Student Choreography Showcase
6 Senior Exhibition to Feature Portfolios of Art Majors
7 Bruce Blackmon to Speak at Civil War 150 Exhibition
8 David Thompson to Speak at Civil War 150 Exhibition
9 Coker to Host Earth Day Festival at Kalmia Gardens
10 Civil War 150 Exhibition Comes to Coker
11 Fifth Annual Celebration of Academics Scheduled
12 Professor Sara Odom Continues Last Lecture Series
13 Arnold Receives Best Presentation Award
14 Coker College Presents “The Music of China”
15 Brittanee Phillips Awarded Endowed Scholarship
16 PULSE Program Influences Scholarly Aspirations for 3 Hartsville Students
17 Dawn Gettler to Have Work Displayed in Gallery
18 Jeremy Nere Named Director of Career Development
19 Coker Theater to Present “How We Got On”
20 Laura Carpenter Truitt to Have Work Displayed in Gallery
21 Coker Teams Up for Hands on Hartsville
22 Longtime Coker Faculty Member Jim Lemke Dies at 67
23 Jackson Drafted by Real Salt Lake of MLS
24 Annual Faculty Show to be on Display in Art Gallery
25 Bruce McIndoe to Talk Business with Coker Students
26 Coker Student Green Receives UPS Scholarship
27 Coker Celebrates Historic Winter Commencement
28 Coker Cracks List of Best Colleges for Veterans
29 Coker’s ALPHA Program Relocating to Florence
30 Umfress Receives Paul P. Fidler Bridge-Builder Award
31 Art Club to Feature Annual Student Competition
32 Coker Music Program to Host Britten Centennial Event
33 Coker Faculty and Guest Artist Dance Concert Dates Set
34 Mindy Taylor Elected to Coker Board of Trustees
35 Coker Enactus Kicks Off Let’s CAN Hunger Campaign
36 John Rise Next to Display Art in Gallery
37 Coker College Going Smoke-Free in January
38 Coker and Darlington High Collaborate on Field Trip
39 Gayle Sawyer Selected as Alumni Board Chairman
40 Coker College to Present Celebration of Women Recital
41 Tim Halverson to Receive Young Alumni Award
42 McClerklin-Motley Appointed to Social Work Council
43 Coker Hosting Authentic Leadership Conference
44 Coker College Professor Townsend Awarded Book Contract
45 John Chang to Have Art Featured at Coker
46 Dan Shanks Hired as Athletic Development Officer
47 Coker Teams with Wells Fargo for Business Academy
48 Steinway Artist David Osborne to Perform at Coker
49 Coker to Host 2013 Bike MS: Breakaway to the Beach
50 Social Work Conference to be Held at Coker College
51 Coker Tops 2014 List of Best S.C. Colleges in South
52 Coker Hosting 9/11 Service and Remembrance Day
53 Coker Continues to Break Enrollment Records
54 Grosser, Boden to Participate in S.C. Biennial Exhibition
55 Professor McCracken Receives Book Contract
56 Coker in Washington Monthly Top 100 for Third Straight Year
57 Coker Hires Nine New Faculty Members
58 Kalmia Gardens to Host 5K Run/Walk
59 Cecelia Coker Bell Gallery to Open with JinMan Jo Exhibition
60 Coker Opens New Residence Hall and Residential Village
61 Justin Towey Elected to Coker College Board of Trustees
62 Coker Ranked Second in State for Campus Safety
63 James Linville Elected to Coker College Board of Trustees
64 Coker Professor’s Book to be Released
65 Coker Once Again a Top School in the Southeast
66 Coker College Set to Open New Residence Hall
67 Shirley Joins Coker College Advancement Team
68 Coker’s Zach Loraine Drafted by Hometown Cardinals
69 Coker Enactus Places in Top 40 in National Competition
70 Coker Celebrates 105th Spring Commencement
71 Professor Grosser's Works Included in New Exhibition
72 Three Students Inducted into National Dance Honor Society
73 Marciano Named Director of Enactus Program
74 Coker Alum Honored for Excellence in International Reporting
75 Registration Open for Summer Theater Camp
76 Producer, Entrepreneur to Speak at Commencement
77 Ashley West to Perform Senior Voice Recital
78 Coker Celebrates Harris E. and Louise H. DeLoach Center
79 Lemke Receives 2013 Teaching Excellence Award
80 Coker Choirs Present Annual Spring Concert
81 Coker College Men’s Ensemble to Present First Concert
82 Coker to Unveil Building's Name at Groundbreaking
83 Distinguished Alumni Award Presented to Judy Brown Pigg
84 Senior Art Shows Continue with Photographic Works
85 Hartsville-Coker Concert Assoc. Presents Georgia Boy Choir
86 Why Stories Matter: Writing about Illness
87 Charleston Symphony Orchestra to Perform Special Concert
88 Lindsey Gollach Wins Library Prize for Undergraduate Research
89 Spring Art Exhibition to Feature Graduating Art Majors
90 Cobra Club Hosts Second Bingo Night
91 Coker Hosts ‘Junk It Out’ Recycled Fashion Show
92 Coker to Host Annual Earth Day Festival at Kalmia Gardens
93 Coker’s Enactus Team Wins at U.S. Regional Competition
94 Coker to Launch Capital Campaign at Groundbreaking
95 Benefit Fashion Show and Luncheon Planned
96 Dual-Credit Music Student Sarah Floyd Receives Scholarship
97 Polson Honored with Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award
98 Coker College Musical Theater to Present ‘Spring Awakening’
99 James Sweeney Wins Murphy Osborne Award
100 Coker Music to Present Alumni Recital
101 Fourth Annual Celebration of Academics Scheduled
102 Professor George Lellis Continues Last Lecture Series
103 Alumna Anne L. Matthews Continues to Make History
104 Coker Named to National Community Service Honor Roll
105 Student-Faculty Collaborations Drive Research, Education
106 Watts Promoted to Director of Residence Life
107 Hodges Named Director of Recruitment for Adult Program
108 Kalmia Gardens of Coker College to Host Annual Duck Cup
109 Kalmia Gardens to Host 18th Annual Oyster Roast
110 Professor Darlene Maxwell to Facilitate Book Talk: 'The Element'
111 Dance Program to Present the Faculty and Guest Artist Concert
112 Agnieszka Sosnowska: “Realities” Art Exhibit Opens
113 Humanities Conference Explores Ancient & Modern Leaders
114 Jill Brantley to Perform Senior Voice Recital at Coker College
115 Humanities Out Loud Lecture Features Lucy Beam Hoffman
116 Theater Program to Present ‘The Vagina Monologues’
117 Performing Arts Academy Presents ‘One Night Only’
118 Former Coker Prof. to Give Lecture: Redneck in Red China
119 Chinese Acrobats Help Coker Celebrate ‘Year of the Snake’
120 Abigail McLaurin: “Recent Works” Art Exhibit Opens
121 Steinway Artist to Present Solo Recital at Coker College
122 Coker Music to Present Junior Recital
123 Teacher Education Program Earns National Accreditation
124 Coker College to Participate in National Humanities Program
125 Griffin to be Inducted into Tarleton State Hall of Fame
126 Coker Begins Construction on New Residential Facility
127 Meinhold Named Vice President of Institutional Advancement
128 Coker Shows African Film During Black History Month
129 Local Entrepreneur to Guide Coker’s Retail Operations
130 Coker to Host 40th Annual Faculty Art Show
131 New Parking for Spring 2013
132 Commencement Honors Comer, Miller, Boutte, 47 Graduates
133 James Comer to Give December Commencement Address
134 2012 National Survey of Student Engagement
135 Voice and Piano Students to Present Fall Recital
136 Fora.tv Executive to Speak at Coker College
137 Accelerated Learning Opportunities Grow; Recitals Scheduled
138 Coker Singers to Perform New Composition in Fall Concert
139 Gallo Receives State Association’s Highest Award
140 Annual Student Art Competition to Open
141 Performing and Visual Arts Day at Coker College
142 Coker Theater Ensemble to Present ‘The Laramie Project’
143 Professor’s Spectroscopy Research Wins NSF Support
144 Coker Music to Present Faculty-Guest Recital
145 Coker College Professor Designated a ‘Steinway Artist’
146 Susan Morano Joins Coker College Board of Trustees
147 Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players to Perform at Coker College
148 Annual Social Work Conference: Sustaining Rural Services
149 Coker Dance Hosts Annual Fall Showcase
150 Art Exhibition about Money to Open at Coker College
151 Coker College Recognized as a 'Military Friendly' School
152 Borgo Named Director of Honors Program at Coker College
153 New Book Shares Important Lessons Even Before It Is Opened
154 ‘Are We Democracy?’ Project Invites Community Participation
155 Coker Tops 2013 US News List of S.C. Colleges in South
156 Coker Hosts Ribbon Cutting for Wiggins School of Education
157 Baroody to Present Lecture on Late Husband’s Photography
158 Pim Farms to Open Corn Maze with a Salute to Coker College
159 Coker College to Sponsor Wrestling as Division II Sport
160 Steinway Gala Opens Hartsville-Coker Concert Assoc. Season
161 Additions in Marketing & Communications Office
162 Taste of Coker Slated for Oct. 8
163 Coker to Host K9-5K During Homecoming 2012
164 Coker Music to Present ‘An American Potpourri’
165 Coker Jumps to No. 73 in Washington Monthly’s Rankings
166 Coker Named a Best College in the Southeast
167 Coker Music to Present Faculty Recital
168 Griffin Promoted to Vice President of Athletics and Facilities
169 Cecelia Coker Bell Gallery opens with ‘Jeff Murphy Fabricated’
170 Williamson Joins Coker College as Campus Safety Director
171 Exhibition of Floral Drawings by Bob Nugent to Open
172 Two Honored with Redefining Ready Award
173 Coker College Celebrates ‘Downtown Flats’ Opening
174 Coker, Hartley Elected Chair & Vice Chair of Board of Trustees
175 Coker College to Host Open House at New Downtown Flats
176 Tony Floyd Named Vice President at Coker College
177 Coker College President Accepts Five-Year Contract
178 Freedom School Children to Encourage Voter Participation
179 ‘Are We Democracy’ Project Invites Community Participation
180 Coker College Featured in New Edition of Colleges of Distinction
181 Rotary Gift Creates Hannah Lide Coker Endowed Scholarship
182 Beetch Joins Coker College Office of Institutional Advancement
183 Coker Establishes Freedom School for Local Students
184 Coker, NETC Establish Criminology Program Bridge
185 Alumna’s Creative Program Receives International Award
186 PULSE Participants Celebrate Successful Year
187 Three Biology Students Presented at International Conference
188 Coker SIFE Places in Top 40 in National Competition
189 Coker to Launch New Summer Science Program
190 Coker Accepts Invitation to Join the South Atlantic Conference
191 Coker SIFE to Compete in National Exposition
192 Registration Open for Coker College Theater Camp
193 Comer to Deliver Keynote at PULSE Year-End Celebration
194 Parkinson Selected for National Colloquium on Leadership
195 Coker College Celebrates 104th Spring Commencement
196 Danielle Wallace Senior Art Exhibition Opens
197 Odom Receives 2012 Excellence in Teaching Award
198 Times Deputy Managing Editor to Speak at Commencement
199 Umfress Becomes President of State College Personnel Assoc.
200 Coker SIFE Advances to National Competition, Again
201 Aliese Gregory’s Senior Art Exhibition Opens
202 Dr. Fred Edinger To Complete 2012 Last Lecture Series
203 Local Educators Help Coker Build First Instrumental Ensemble
204 Southern Fried Jazz to Perform at the Center Theater
205 Prof. Godbey Selected for National Seminar on Ancient Greece
206 Last Lecture Series Continues: Theater Professor Bloodworth
207 Coker College to Host Earth Day Festival at Kalmia Gardens
208 Coker Announces Hiring of Cheerleading and Dance Coach
209 Coker’s Celebration of Academics Doesn’t Fit in the Box
210 Coker Theater Ensemble to Present Shakespeare Comedy
211 Coker’s Kalmia Gardens To Host Two Fundraisers in March
212 Dance Program to Present ‘Vantage Points’
213 Hill-LaRoche Wins Statewide Singing Artist Award
214 Coker College Recognized Nationally for Community Service
215 Coker Recognizes Student-Athletes On Academic Success
216 Tennis Match To Support Breast Cancer Awareness
217 Pulitzer-Prize Winner Presents Lois Walters Coker Lecture
218 Coker Theater to Present Shakespeare Comedy
219 Unusual Collaboration Blends Classical and Modern Art Forms
220 Coker Selected for National Higher Ed Assessment Project
221 The Rose Ensemble to Perform Concert at St. Bartholomew’s
222 Keynote Speaker Hosts Session on Graduate School Admission
223 “Bryan Ritchie: Works on Paper” To Open at Coker College
224 Sculptor Jim Collins to Give Talks at Coker College
225 Applications Being Accepted for Hartville Leadership Course
226 Cobras Collect for Darlington County Humane Society
227 Kalmia Gardens Becomes Site for Oyster Shell Recycling
228 Humanities Conference Explores Science Fiction Genres
229 Coker to Expand Music Offerings in 2012
230 Car Raffle Adds to Excitement to Coker’s Lacrosse Opener
231 Coker College to Field Debate Team
232 Grosser’s Work Selected for Exhibition on Image and Word
233 Guest Artist Dorian Leljak Performs Recital at Coker
234 Redefining Ready Speech Wins Grand Award
235 Sullivan Tapped for Interim Advancement Post
236 Two From Coker Nominated to NCAA Committees
237 “Absolutely Ambiguous” Art Show To Open at Coker
238 The Landscape of Agribusiness – A Roundtable Discussion
239 Coker Celebrates MLK’s Legacy with Special Programming
240 President Wyatt to Address CIC Presidents Institute
241 Winter Commencement Honors Sullivan, Webb, 76 Graduates
242 Carlson Performs HCCA’s First Concert of the Year
243 Coker Presents 39th Annual Faculty Art Show
244 Coker to Offer Master’s Program in Athletic Administration
245 Coker College Creates Honors Program
246 Analisa Smith’s Senior Art Exhibition is Extended
247 Coker Music to Present ‘Coker Christmas Festival’
248 Johnson Selected for National Emerging Leaders Program
249 Analisa Smith’s Senior Art Exhibition Opens
250 Coker Excels in All Five NSSE Benchmarks
251 Coker Chamber Singers to Present Fall Concert and Tour
252 Davis Presents 2011 International Insights Lecture
253 Sullivan to Deliver 2011 Winter Commencement Address
254 President Wyatt Appointed to NCAA President’s Council
255 Coker to Present ‘You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown’
256 Coker Art Club to Host Student Exhibition
257 Coker's SIFE Team Helps Students Prepare for SAT
258 Coker Creates Betty and Joseph Wiggins School of Education
259 Stanley B. Bikulege Joins Coker Board of Trustees
260 Coker Adds Men's Volleyball in 2012, Women's LAX in 2013
261 Terry Receives Statewide Student Affairs Leadership Award
262 Cobras Collect for Darlington County Humane Society
263 Coker Men's Soccer Breaks Top 10
264 Monsanto Funds New Summer Science Program at Coker College
265 Coker Education Department Solicits Public Comment
266 McCloy Presents at Annual Meeting of South Carolina Educators
267 Library Showcases Science, Medicine, Ethics of Potter’s World
268 Coker Library Hosts Book Discussion of “Play”
269 Cecelia Coker Bell Gallery to Exhibit from Boden Collection
270 Coker Music Ensemble to Present “Child’s Play”
271 Taste of Coker to Tempt Cobra Fans
272 Coker Music to Present Faculty-Guest Recital
273 Coker Dance Students to Present Fall Showcase
274 Professor’s Poem to be Honored at State Humanities Festival
275 Exceptional Students from Hartsville Set PULSE to Music
276 Coker Hosts 12th Annual Social Work Conference
277 D.N. Rodowick to Present Lois Walters Coker Lecture
278 Three Coker Artists Honored at Pee Dee Regional Art Show
279 Large-Scale Installation by Coker Alumna Opens in Charlotte
280 Mezzo-soprano Korby Myrick To Present Recital at Coker
281 Coker College Ranked One of America’s Best
282 ‘Skin Deep, Miles Wide’ Art Exhibition to Open at Coker College
283 David Dorfman to Present “Prophets of Funk”
284 Professor Henderson Elected to CERRA Board of Directors
285 Coker College Joins Strategic National Arts Alumni Project
286 Coker Approaches 9-11 Anniversary with Community Service
287 Coker Ranked a Top 100 Baccalaureate College in the Nation
288 Coker College Adds 14 New Faculty Members
289 Displaced by Irene, Wallett shares wildlife ecology experiences
290 Coker Breaks Enrollment and Housing Records
291 Coker's Bates Competes in International Triathlon
292 Coker Celebrates Opening Convocation
293 Two Honored with Redefining Ready Award
294 ‘Signs of Life’ Art Exhibition to Open
295 ‘Cobras Welcome Here!’ Attracts Businesses and Patrons
296 Ribbon Cutting Set for Coker’s Downtown Lofts
297 'September 11, 2001: A Community Remembers’
298 Coker College Named a Best College in the Southeast
299 Coker College Performing Arts Camp to Present ‘Seussical Jr.’
300 Foster to Share Insights on T.S. Eliot with Washington Parish
301 Adam Connolly Joins Coker College as Director of Admissions
302 Coker Recognized Nationally for Community Service
303 Wellness Programs Expand to Combat Unhealthy Trends
304 Education Department Group Travels to China
305 PULSE Brings Curriculum, Facilitator, Learning Opportunities
306 Coker College Celebrates 103rd Spring Commencement
307 Coker College SIFE Team Earns National Top 60
308 Coker College Dance to Present Two Performances
309 Coker Singers, Hartsville Chamber Ensemble Present Concert
310 Art Exhibition Opens with Norah Wofford’s ‘A Simulation of Life’
311 Two Biology Students Participated in National Conference
312 Coker Social Work Students Honored for Volunteer Service
313 Coker College Leases its First Downtown Loft Apartments
314 Art Exhibition Open with John Shearer’s ‘Force and Figure’
315 Provost Lincoln’s Look Back Offers a Glimpse of What’s Next
316 SIFE Team Advances to National Competition
317 Kenyon Receives 2011 Excellence in Teaching Award
318 Parkinson Appointed Coker College Provost
319 Coker’s Celebration of Academics Asks, ‘What Box?’
320 Professor Jean Grosser to Show Work in SC3D Exhibition
321 Boden’s 'Interrogate' to be Exhibited in Lake George Gallery
322 Coker College to Host Earth Day Festival at Kalmia Gardens
323 Art Exhibition Opens with Danielle Glidden’s 'The Hallow Shell'
324 Coker College Theater to Present ‘Urinetown: The Musical’
325 Coker College Featured in Colleges of Distinction
326 Coker Library Hosts Book Discussion on ‘Just Kids’
327 Dick Goodwin Big Band to Perform in Center Theater
328 Senior Exhibition to Feature Portfolios of Graduating Art Majors
329 Professor Hamby Continues “The Last Lecture Series”
330 Three from Coker to Present at Philological Conference
331 Coker Senior’s Dance is Performed in Conf. Dance Festival
332 Coker Music Recital Offers Special Approach to “Winterreise”
333 Coker Students Present Research at State-wide Conference
334 Men's Basketball: Cobras Advance to Finals
335 Admitted Student Day Celebration
336 Prof. Knight Contributes to New Review of Martha Grimes’ Work
337 PULSE: A New Scholastic Excellence Program for Hartsville
338 Cook to Present Scholarship at Upcoming Social Work Meetings
339 ‘Heather Freeman: Digital and Traditional Media’ To Open
340 Dance Program to Present “Transformations”
341 Coker College Alum Honored for CNN Disaster Relief Coverage
342 Coker College Home Page Wins CASE III Award
343 Coker College Establishes New Campus in Marion
344 David Blackmon Named to South Carolina Board of Education
345 Rubinstein Opens Last Lecture Series With A Math Question
346 Marian Wright Edelman to Present Commencement Address
347 Coker Establishes “The Last Lecture Series”
348 Prof. Jean Grosser to Participate in Freedom Rides Exhibit
349 Koichi Yamamoto Print Art Exhibition to Open at Coker College
350 Coker Music Presents “Sugar and Spice” Recital
351 Barbara Steadman Named Director of Media Relations
352 Coker Library to Host Free Book Discussion on Jan. 31
353 Coker to Host MLK Celebration on Jan. 17
354 Coker Student Artwork Featured at Sonoco Products
355 Nere Joins Coker’s Admissions Staff
356 UPDATE: Jan. 10-8:00 p.m. - Winter Weather Advisory
357 Coker Presents at American Chemical Society Conference
358 Coker Winter Commencement is Dec. 17
359 Arizona Names Coker Alum Assistant Principal of the Year
360 Coker Faculty and Students Present at SCAHPERD Convention
361 Faculty and Staff Serve Annual “Late Night Breakfast”
362 Students Compete in Coker’s 2010 Speech Contest
363 Coker Alum Named Teacher of the Year
364 Coker Announces ODK Induction Class of 2010
365 Terrance Hayes - National Book Award for Poetry
366 Coker Alum Receives National Book Award
367 Coker Students Raise Money and Awareness for Play in Schools
368 Coker Singers Present Christmas Concert
369 Coker Faculty News and Notes- November 2010
370 Carolina Composers to Perform at Coker
371 Coker Hosts Weekend Full of Activities
372 Aquila Theater Brings “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” to Coker
373 Coker’s Griffin Receives Indiana AHPERD Pathfinder Award
374 Coker Students Hold Writing Workshops
375 Coker Library to Host Free Book Discussion on November 15
376 Last Chance to Catch Coker’s “Night of One Acts”
377 Coker’s Social Work Program Receives National Accreditation
378 Coker Students to Present at Biomedical Research Conference
379 A Night of Food and Fun: 2010 Taste of Coker
380 Phi Alpha Honor Society Establishes Chapter at Coker
381 ACS Awards $50,000 Grant to Coker Professor
382 Coker Honors Bush’s 35 Years of Service
383 Coker College Seeks Provost
384 Coker’s Holliday Presents at Business Research Symposium
385 Carolina TESOL Conference Features Coker Professors
386 Coker Presents “Night of One Acts” Fall Theater Production
387 Coker Celebrates Day of the Dead
388 Chairman of Education and Public Works Commission to Visit Coker
389 Coker Expands Campus through Generous Gift
390 Phi Beta Lambda Hosts Charity Golf Tournament
391 Vocal Ensemble VOX to Perform at Coker
392 Coker Hosts Annual Social Work Conference
393 Coker Students to Present at State Teacher Conference
394 Coker Professors to Present at National Social Work Conference
395 Coker President Named to SCICU Executive Committee
396 Coker Alum Named Student Teacher of the Year
397 Coker Receives $1.2 Million Gift
398 Coker Athletics Adds Men’s Lacrosse
399 Free Depression Screening at Coker College on October 7
400 Griggs Retires from Coker
401 Coker Inducts 1994 Baseball into Hall of Fame
402 Coker Honors Outstanding Alumni
403 Coker is Ready for 2010 Homecoming Celebration
404 Coker Professors to Present at Popular Culture Conference
405 Coker Dance Presents Fall Showcase
406 Coker Professors to Present at Annual Carolinas Communication Association Meeting
407 Wells Fargo District Manager to Speak at Coker
408 Former Wal-Mart Executive Visits Coker
409 Coker to Host Cobra Chase 5K Race October 2
410 Coker Forms Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) Team
411 Coker Gives Back: 9-11 National Day of Service
412 Kiwanis Club Establishes Endowed Scholarship at Coker
413 Coker Library to Host Free Book Discussions
414 Coker College Presents a Musical Theater Showcase
415 Congressman John Spratt Visits Coker
416 Bike MS Breakaway to the Beach to Stop at Coker
417 Coker Announces Record Enrollment for Fall 2010
418 Coker to Host Cancer Awareness Celebration
419 Coker to Host 9/11 Service and Remembrance Day
420 Coker Psi Chi to Honor Human Service Professionals
421 "This I Believe" Editor Dan Gediman to Speak at Coker
422 Coker Adds Horner to Admission Staff
423 Coker Hires Simatic as Content Manager and Writer
424 Award-Winning Choreographer and Director Comes to Coker
425 Baker Joins Coker’s Admissions Staff
426 2010 Opening Convocation
427 Coker Partners with Burry Bookstore
428 Coker Ranked as One of America’s Best Colleges
429 Coker Welcomes New Students to Campus
430 Coker Hires Palmer as Director of Residence Life
431 Coker is a 2011 "Best Southeastern College"
432 Coker Adds McCloy to Education Faculty
433 Glantz Joins Coker Communications Department
434 90 Coker Student-Athletes Named to Conference Carolinas Presidential Honor Roll
435 Coker Professor Earns Best in Show Honors
436 Coker’s Cuppett to Participate in Wye Faculty Seminar
437 Watts Returns to Coker as Asst. Director of Residence Life
438 President Wyatt Joins Commission on Effective Leadership
439 Local YMCA Campers Experience DNA Day at Coker
440 Coker Alums Experience World Cup First Hand
441 Faculty News and Notes - Spring 2010
442 Coker College Evening Program Renamed ALPHA
443 Coker's Crook to Participate in NCAA Fellows Institute
444 Coker Students Engaged in Diverse Research Projects
445 Web Entrepreneur Elected to Coker Board of Trustees
446 Coker Unveils New Athletics Logo
447 School Superintendent Elected to the Coker College Board of Trustees
448 Las Vegas Pianist David Osborne Performing June 30
449 Sandridge Heading to Ecuador with Study Abroad Scholarship
450 Coker Awards Dining Services Contract to ARAMARK
451 Fields Scores Perfect 200 on Praxis II Teacher Exam
452 Goz Segars Elected Chairman of the Board of Trustees
453 Walter George Elected to Coker College Board of Trustees
454 Two Coker Students Awarded Research Fellowships
455 Carswell Earns Teaching Excellence Award
456 Coker to Unveil New Athletics Logo
457 Giffin Named Coker College Vice President
458 Griffin Named Director of Athletics
459 Coker Honors Top Ophthalmologist with Alumni Award
460 Cheraw Student Awarded $10,000 Scholarship
461 Coker Student Awarded Fulbright Scholarship
462 Johnson '73 Honored by Alumni Association
463 Coker College’s 102nd Commencement is May 1
464 Coker Launches Online Classes
465 Earth Day Festival at Kalmia Gardens
466 Coker College Named to President's Honor Roll
467 Coker Choirs Present Spring Concert
468 Coker Music Presents Guest Piano Recital
469 Events Planned for Coker College Inauguration Week March 22-26
470 Kiva Co-founder Jessica Jackley Speaking March 25
471 Coker Inaugurating 16th President on Friday
472 Coker Theater Presents "Blues of Mister Charlie"
473 Coker's "Auction to Action" is a Hit
474 State of the College
475 Dr. Wyatt Strategic Plan Interview
 
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