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Limestone Professor Brings Insight to Protecting Children from Sexual Abuse
Dr. Saurino

By Alicia Smith '11

During the summer, Limestone Associate Professor of Elementary Education Dr. Penelope Saurino hosted a series of workshops for Darkness to Light (D2L), a non-profit prevention program based out of Charleston, SC.

The mission of the organization is to provide adults with the education necessary to protect children from sexual abuse, and Dr. Saurino wants to spread the organization's message to the community here. And the best part is that it is offered at no cost.

“Renaissance Chief” Chad Corntassel Smith to Visit Limestone
Chad "Corntassel" Smith, former Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation

November is Native American Month, and Chad "Corntassel" Smith, former Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation, will speak about the status of Native American culture today during a visit to Limestone College on November 7.

English Professor Chronicles Mother’s Bout with Breast Cancer in Published Article
Erin Pushman

October was Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Limestone College English Professor Erin Pushman has published a riveting nonfiction article that chronicles her mother's battle with the disease.

The article, entitled "Revolving Glass," appears in the Fall 2011 edition of Segue, an online literary journal produced by Miami University (Ohio), and can be found at .

Hall of Fame Induction in Photos
Hall_of_Fame_webOn October 8, Limestone College inducted men's basketball's Mike Coles ‘76, women's lacrosse's Tricia Davidson Jordan ‘99, baseball's Kevin Pucetas ‘06 and the 2000 National Champion men's lacrosse team into its athletics Hall of Fame.

Take a look at photos from the special evening.

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