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Livingstone grad Quanera Hayes places first in heat for USA Track and Field Championships.

Livingstone College graduate Quanera Hayes placed first in her heat in the 400 meters on Thursday and second overall in the opening round of competition in the USA Track and Field Championships.

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Statement from Dr. Jimmy R. Jenkins, Sr. regarding Charleston Shooting

Livingstone College awarded Student Seed Fund Grant

Livingstone College was awarded $1000.00 Student Seed Fund grant from NCWIT and Symantec as a result of Computer Information Systems major, Ms. Alexis Fullard (May 2015 graduate).

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Livingstone Commencement 2015

By Laurie D. Willis Livingstone College News Service SALISBURY, N.C. – It’s not how you start that’s important. It’s how you finish that truly matters. And that’s what Congresswoman ...

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Commencement Details

A Reception for Students, Faculty, and Guests will begin at 9:00 am under the tent on the lawn. Light refreshments will be be served. Line-up begins at 9:30 at Trent Gym, the procession starts at 9:45 ...

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Livingstone College CIAA Victory Parade

We’ll start at Soldiers Memorial then head to Main Street, come down Monroe and at The Bear we’ll meet. To celebrate our men’s basketball team winning The CIAA. And in Livingstone fashion we ...

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Livingstone players earn CIAA honors

Winter Weather Advisory

Stay informed: Prepare for adverse winter weather, college closing using updated emergency information

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Dr. Joy G. Kinard Selected as First Superintendent of Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers National Monument

Humble Thomas honored with prestigious award

Livingstone College graduate and former basketball standout Mark Thomas made history Friday by becoming the first student-athlete from an HBCU to receive an NCAA Today’s Top 10 Award in the award’s 42-year history.

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