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Barton fifth at league cross country meet

October 26, 2017 – After recording its highest finish in the Conference Carolinas Championships in more than a decade last year, fifth place, the Barton College men’s cross country team matched that result for the second straight season on Friday at Frank J. Liske Park. Senior Joel Lagat led the effort for the Bulldogs, claiming […]

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Vasilis Mandilaris represents his roots at Barton

Vasilis Mandilaris, a 21-year old foreign student at Barton College, came from Athens, Greece. The reason Mandilaris came all the way to Wilson is to participate in the men’s volleyball program at Barton. “I always wanted to play NCAA volleyball,” Mandilaris said. “This is a goal for many international student-athletes. The offer to play for […]

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Men’s lacrosse team begins recruitment process

The men’s lacrosse team has been having a productive beginning of the semester after receiving recruits who may be interested in joining the Barton Bulldogs. The new team is so far composed of two members, sophomore Angel Flores and freshman Tyler McNeill, who are undergoing workouts and weight training for the next few months. Even […]

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Rev. Jamie Eubanks keeps up with busy school year

Barton College Chaplain Rev. Jamie Eubanks has been busy this semester moving into his new office, while still planning important events like last week’s Day of Service. Renovations to the interior of the chapel were completed this summer. The renovations included new bathrooms, an office for the chaplain, an office for professor Rod Werline, the […]

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New edition of “LifeLines” to come up soon

Every year, the Barton College English Club publishes “LifeLines,” a literary journal consisting of creative student work. The English Club is accepting submissions for the 2017 edition of “LifeLines.” Barton students can submit creative writing and artwork for the journal. Writing submissions can include fictional short stories, poetry, essays, screenplays and creative nonfiction work. Artwork […]

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Freshmen adapt to first collegiate semester

Barton welcomed the Freshmen Class of 2017-2018 on the first day of move in, Aug. 10. Welcome weekend was a three-day event filled with fun and interactive activities to get the new students involved. Classes started Aug. 14, just three days after move in. With such a quick transition from moving to Barton to starting […]

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Barton offers study abroad opportunities

“College is the best time for students to study abroad. These four years are about discovering yourself and study abroad provides students with that opportunity,” said Jaqueline Fischer, International and Transfer Student coordinator at Barton. Barton offers several study abroad opportunities for students who are interested in discovering themselves through academic travel. These opportunities are […]

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Katy Locke eager to help Barton students with campus activities

Katy Locke, Barton’s assistant director of student programs, started this past summer. She helped out with orientation and worked directly with Dean of Students Jared Tice. She said she really got in her groove with her position at Barton throughout the summer. “I have thoroughly enjoyed serving as an adviser for Campus Activities Board,” said […]

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The 3+2 program is right on track for students

In January 2017, the Barton School of Business unveiled a new 16 month graduate degree program with a focus in strategic leadership. The program is specifically designed for business students. The program is available to graduate students who wish to start in January or to undergraduate students who wish to combine the master’s degree with […]

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The Barton community joins forces on Day of Service

Barton students, faculty and staff joined together on Wednesday, Oct. 18, for the 10th annual Day of Service. Nearly 700 volunteers worked on projects at 39 different sites. Various student organizations, athletic teams, and classes participated alongside faculty and alumni to do service in the community and on campus. The event kicked off early with […]

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