Summer of Tornadoes Brings out the Best in Limestone Alumni


Anna Moss Web
Anna Moss '09 in Birmingham, Alabama

 Destructive tornadoes, especially in southeastern states during warm months, are nothing new. But the summer of 2011 was packed with particularly wicked doses of devastation; ones that pushed beyond imaginary geographical safety lines

Fallen British Soldiers Honored during Memorial
An American Revolution War re-enactor in British uniform stands during the memorial service to honor three fallen British soldiers who were buried on what is now the Limestone College campus. To see a photo slideshow of the event, click here .

A memorial service for three British soldiers who died as a result of injuries sustained during the Battle of Cowpens in the American Revolutionary War was underscored by the haunting notes of a bagpiper, smoke from rifles fired by Revolutionary War re-enactors, the release of six white doves, and the unveiling of a commemorative grave site marker.

Limestone Confers Over 300 Degrees During Spring Graduation
Members of the Limestone College Class of 2012.

Limestone College conferred more than 300 degrees during its Spring commencement exercises held May 10-12, 2012 in the College's Fullerton Auditorium.

Graduates represented Limestone's traditional Day Student Program and Extended Campus Classroom and Internet offerings.

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