Saturday afternoon, the Livingstone College Blue Bears will compete against the Fayetteville State University Broncos at 1:30 p.m. inside Alumni Memorial Stadium, and after the game, several other Homecoming activities are scheduled for students and alumni.
But one of the best events of the week won’t occur until Sunday, when Livingstone holds its Second Annual Homecoming Gospel Brunch.
Need lodging for this year’s Commemorative Classic on Nov. 7? Make a reservation in Salisbury/Rowan County and you could also receive a complimentary pair of tickets to the football game and $25 in Downtown Dollars.
As Assistant Director for Career and Professional Development at Livingstone College, Kendra Sharp says it’s her job to make sure every student that walks through her door is well prepared for life after college — whether that involves a career, continuing education or something else. But it’s more than just her job, it’s her passion.
Tickets went on sale today for the 14th annual Palmetto Capital City Classic. The Palmetto Capital City Classic has been the ultimate Historically Black College and University (HBCU) football experience that brings fans together from across the state of South Carolina and the Southeast.
Dr. Flowers, Associate Professor of Biology and Department Chair of the Biology Department, will utilize a $278,086 award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to develop and study an innovative career development program for undergraduate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) students titled, Advancing Interest and Motivation (AIM) for STEM Careers at Livingstone College.
It is with a shared sense of shock and sadness that the Livingstone College Family expresses our utmost sympathy over the meaningless act of violence that resulted in the devastating loss of life and injury at the Emanual African Methodist Episcopal Church.