Seeing Double at Limestone
Back row, left to right: Daniel and Alex Bethke; Morgan and Lauren Smith; Karina and Jasmine Chery; Kristin and Ashley Alderin-Fleagle; William and Daniel Baker. Front row: Teresa and Lisa Holmes

Is there truth to the bond between twins?

Researchers seeking the answer to that question would do well to visit Limestone College as no less than seven sets of twins were enrolled during the 2009-2010 academic year.

Unlike single-born children, most twins seem to share a unique connection that is deep and self-sustaining. "The twin bond is important since it's a relationship that really started in utero," says Eileen Pearlman, a licensed marriage, family, and child therapist who lectures on multiple birth issues and is the author of Raising Twins: What Parents Want to Know (And What Twins Want to Tell Them). "Even in the womb, there was a lot of working together sharing a very small space."

Dr. Griffin Throws the Heat With Opening Pitch

DSC_0286July 8 was Limestone College Night as the Forest City Owls hosted the Asheboro Copperheads for a baseball match-up in Coastal Plain League action.

Daniel Smith, a rising senior and music major from Spartanburg, performed the National Anthem and Limestone President Dr. Walt Griffin threw the opening pitch.

Grady Randolph Named Limestone’s Philanthropist of the Year
Grady Randolph (left) with his wife, Mary after being named Limestone's Philanthropist of the Year.
Cherokee County native and resident J. Grady Randolph has been named Limestone College's Philanthropist of the Year. The announcement was made during a recent luncheon at The Piedmont Club in Spartanburg.

Currently serving his second term on Limestone's Board of Trustees, Randolph has generously supported projects to renovate and maintain campus buildings and their contents, including the Winnie Davis Hall of History and Granberry Art Building. He also has been a stalwart supporter of the Limestone Fund, the Saints Club athletics booster organization, and the Limestone College and Community Choir.

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