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Web Editor September 18, 2016

Two candidates for the office of lieutenant governor faced off in the Kennedy Family Theater on Sep 13. Linda Coleman, a former state legislator, teacher and school administrator, is the Democratic candidate, challenging incumbent Republican Dan Forest. Only two-tenths of a percent of votes separated the two candidates in 2012 when Forest emerged victorious. The […]

Web Editor September 18, 2016

Paint Wars, one of the messiest Barton College traditions, took place on Tuesday, Sept. 13, at on the lawn behind East Campus Suites. This was the fourth year Barton College hosted this event that is sponsored by the Bulldogs United Committee and the Barton College Student Government Association ( SGA). Paint Wars has become one […]

Web Editor May 10, 2016

Dr. Douglas N. Searcy was officially inaugurated as the 12th president of Barton College on Friday, April 15. The installation ceremony was held outside on center campus, with over 700 people in attendance. Kathy Daughety, director of public relations, said among those represented at the ceremony were Atlantic Christian and Barton College alumni, presidents and […]

Web Editor April 20, 2016

By Taylor Baker Managing Editor Luisa Torres, junior broadcast video and journalism major, has spent her time at Barton learning, leading and exploring both inside and outside of her major. Torres is actively involved in the communications department. Her involvement ranges from helping on the Collegiate staff to working for Wilson Educational Television (WEDT). Regarding […]

Web Editor April 13, 2016

  Come one, come all for a night of a rhythmic French and comedic performance feel the cast of Barton College. This is all brought to presentation in the Kennedy Family Theatre on April 21 and at 7:30 p.m. and April 24 at 3:00 p.m.featuring French sixteenth-century play: Tartuffe, written by Molière. This comedic play […]

Web Editor April 13, 2016

The inauguration of President Douglas Searcy will be held on Friday, April 15. Before the inauguration, however, Barton is hosting a number of activities that week for students, staff, and the community to participate in. “It is an opportunity for us to celebrate and share the fine work that’s being done throughout the college community.  […]

Web Editor March 4, 2016

Barton College will add two new intercollegiate sports during the 2016-17 academic year, according to Athletic Director Todd Wilkinson. Wilkinson said a lacrosse team will be strictly women’s lacrosse while there will be both men and women’s swim teams. The increase of funding is not of concern. Instead, there is hope that these added sports […]

Web Editor March 4, 2016

With the arrival of February, Barton celebrates Black History Month. Barton’s community organizes a series of activities to commemorate and recognize the important roles of African Americans in the battle against inequality and how the actions they took to achieve their objectives changed U.S. history. The Minority Student Association, along with the Hackney Library, the […]

Web Editor March 2, 2016

Day of Scholarship is an upcoming event that will happen Tuesday April 12 this year on the Barton College campus. This event focuses on the importance of research and how it aligns with the core values of Barton College, one of these values being scholarship. According to Barton College’s values scholarship can be defined as […]

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