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JimmyLee performances scheduled March 2-4 at Judson College

Judson College will present three performances of JimmyLee, the Civil Rights-era drama, on March 2-4 in Alumnae Auditorium on the Judson College campus in Marion. JimmyLee will open with two performances Thursday, March 2 at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., followed by a final Alumnae Auditorium performance Friday night, March 3 at 6:00 p.m.  A […]

Tuscaloosa exhibit features Judson art students

An exhibit featuring the work of eight Judson College art students is on display at the Tuscaloosa County Juvenile Court until March 15. The exhibition, I’m Feeling Lucky, includes work in watercolor, charcoal, printmaking, photography, painting, and digital art. Jamie Adams, head of the Judson College Art Department, explains that the title for the show […]

Judson freshman advances to regional vocal competition

Judson freshman Macey Carter placed third at Alabama’s annual National Association of Teachers of Singing (ALANATS) competition in February, earning a place in the Southeastern Regional NATS (SERNATS) competition in Atlanta in March. The ALANATS competition, held February 17-18 at Birmingham-Southern College, featured 320 high school and collegiate-level singers under the tutelage of current NATS registered […]

“Simply Southern” films segment at Judson Equine Center

The statewide network television show “Simply Southern” visited the Judson College campus in Marion, Ala. last week to film an episode segment at the Piper Equine Center. The segment’s focus is the Judson College Equine Science program, as well as its Intercollegiate Horse Show Association riding teams. The “Simply Southern” crew interviewed several Judson administrators, […]

Judson hosts 6th annual African-American Read-In

Judson College held its 6th annual African-American Read-In on February 2 in Ramsay-McCrummen Chapel. The event was hosted by the Departments of English and Music and featured readings and musical performances by Judson students, faculty, staff, and administrators. Participants shared the voices of African-American writers, artists, visionaries, and trailblazers, reading texts from such scholars as […]

Carol Nichols to present senior voice recital

Mezzo-soprano Carol Nichols will present a senior voice recital Thursday, February 9, at 7:00p.m. in Alumnae Auditorium. Nichols is a native of Savannah, Tennessee, and is a senior music major and business administration minor at Judson College. She received her Associate of Applied Science degree in data processing from Northeast Mississippi Community College in 1985 […]

Judson College Dean’s List Announced

Judson College has announced the Dean’s List for the Fall 2016 semester. To be eligible for the honor, students must have completed a minimum of 15 hours, earned letter grades with no incompletes and earned at least a 3.7 grade point average with no grade below a C. The following students have been named to […]

Judson hosts poverty simulation

On January 12, over 100 Judson College students and Marion Military Institute cadets participated in a poverty simulation hosted by Judson’s Professional Studies Division and Office of Faith-Based Service and Learning. Representatives from Alabama Possible, a statewide nonprofit organization whose goal is to “remove barriers to prosperity in Alabama through education, collaboration, and advocacy”, facilitated […]

Judson announces Gloria Huey Crawford Music Scholarship recipients

Judson College has announced the awarding of the Gloria Huey Crawford Music Scholarships to Sara Jean Lane of Conyers, Ga. and Macey Carter of Fultondale, Ala. The scholarship benefits students in the Music Department at Judson College. Two Crawford Scholarships are awarded each academic year–one to a voice student and one to a performance instrument […]

Organist Beth McGinnis to present “Musical Hors d’ouevres” performance

On January 19 at 11:30a.m., the Judson College Music Department will host a “Musical Hors d’oeuvres” performance in Alumnae Auditorium. This week’s performance will be a lecture and organ recital by Dr. Beth McGinnis, lecturer in the School of the Arts at Samford University. McGinnis is a versatile performer equally at home in the worlds of choral music, chamber […]