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Congratulations to John Summerlin (6th), Jamal Stephens (7th), and Kathleen Carpenter (8th) for being recipients of the Sandra Tate Award. Their pictures are displayed in the lobby of Cuddy Hall. Named for retired faculty member and assistant librarian Sandra Tate, the award is given to students who embody the traits Tate possessed. These are: Outstanding…
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Dr. Douglas Hill, director of undergraduate studies and coordinator of the Music Education Program at Mercer University’s Townsend School of Music, donated a large selection of music method books for the Mount de Sales Academy band program. John Lincourt, the Academy’s band director, will include the donated books as part of the band curriculum. The…
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By Chris Brennaman, Class of 1997 I graduated from Mount De Sales in the spring of 1997. Despite having spent four great years as a student there, after graduation I never went back to campus. I never attended any reunions. I never attended socials for MDS alumni. Nothing. In fact, for the longest time I…
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The choral performance has been rescheduled for 2:45 pm on Tuesday, April 11th and the band concert will take place at 2:45 pm on Wednesday, April 12th. We hope to see you there!
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Concerts Rescheduled The chorus performance has been rescheduled for 2:45 pm on Tuesday, April 11th and the band concert will take place at 2:45 pm on Wednesday, April 12th. We hope to see you there! Junior/Senior Prom The juniors and seniors will have their prom on Friday, April 21st at the Anderson Center. Lead out…
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Senior Angelica Smith has been our local polymer clay expert for years! Angelica creates food sculptures that are so real, we worry people will eat them! She also does doughnut paintings. She has been a faithful art student in the Cav Artist clan for many years, and is a great supporter of the arts. Sophomore…
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Dear Faculty, Students, Parents and Friends of Mount de Sales: Here is an update on the campus hardscape and landscaping as we wind up Phase 1 of our plan: de Sales Drive (formally known as Rose Place) We have a large historical marker that in April will be placed on the brick pier under the…
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