Judson Singers to perform at Carnegie Hall May 26th

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The Judson Singers will celebrate the 175th anniversary year of Judson College by performing in a World Premiere Concert in New York’s famed Carnegie Hall. The concert is schedule for May 26 at 8 p.m. Visiting Professor of Music, Dr. Terre Johnson, was asked to conduct this concert in the fall of 2012, when he […]

Judson College to host French Film Festival

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The Tournées French Film Festival will be held at Judson College in Marion, Ala., from April 13 through April 17. Judson College’s Art Department and English Department received a nationally-competitive collegiate grant from the French American Cultural Exchange (in partnership with the cultural services of the French Embassy) for the acquisition and screening of five […]

Judson College Delta Omicron chapter to present gala event

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Judson College’s Delta Psi chapter of the Delta Omicron music fraternity will host its annual Gala: Town and Gown Talent Show. The event will be Thursday, April 10, at 7 p.m. in Judson College’s Alumnae Auditorium. Tickets for the event are $3; student admission is free. In the past, Gala shows have featured the talents […]

Judson art students featured at Selma Art Guild Gallery

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The Selma Art Guild, ArtsRevive, and Black Belt Treasures are pleased to bring The Art of Printmaking, an exhibition of prints from three of Alabama’s finest printmakers and their students to Selma: Scott Stephens, Professor of Art-University of Montevallo; Heidi Lingamfelter, Assistant Professor-Auburn University at Montgomery; Jamie Adams, Assistant Professor of Art-Judson College. Kristin Law, […]

Judson College signs outstanding high school athletes

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At its recent on-campus athletics signing event on Preview/Scholarship Day, Judson College signed eight senior standouts, who will participate in intercollegiate athletics in the 2014-2015 academic year. The Judson Eagles Softball team welcomed two signees from Cleveland High School: Leandra Glass of Blountsville, Ala., and Tiffany Watson of Hayden, Ala.  Laycee Sherbert of Sylacauga, Ala., […]

Judson College to host Women’s Leadership Conference March 18

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In 1838, Milo P. Jewett envisioned a world where women would be academically prepared for leadership, receiving a degree of academic rigor that paralleled male educational opportunities of the day.  The dream of Judson College’s founders lives on  175 years later. On March 18, Judson College will host the G2G Women’s Leadership Conference to celebrate […]

JCAA Recommended Bylaws Revisions

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The Consitution and Bylaws Committee of the Judson College Alumnae Association has proposed the attached revisions to the JCAA Bylaws. The recommendations will be presented for approval at the J-Day Annual Business Meeting on April 5, 2014. Download and review the Recommended Bylaws Revisions

Judson professor selected for Black Belt Hall of Fame

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Judson College proudly announces Dr. Billie Jean Young, Artist in Residence and Associate Professor of Fine and Performing Arts, has been chosen for induction into the Black Belt Hall of Fame in the class of 2014. The Black Belt Hall of Fame is a project of the Center for the Study of the Black Belt […]

JimmyLee, Civil Rights-era drama, coming to Judson College

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As part of Judson College’s 175th anniversary celebration, the college will host four performances of JimmyLee, a poignant portrayal of Jimmie Lee Jackson, the young Civil Rights activist who died from injuries he received during a voting rights demonstration in Marion, Alabama, in 1965. The play is also presented to commemorate Black History Month and […]