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October 2021
The City’s Only Historically Black College and University Begins the Celebration in Court Square on Saturday, October 30 at 10 a.m. Memphis, Tenn. – LeMoyne-Owen College will kick off its first in-person Homecoming Game Day in two years with Magic on the Court , in partnership with the Downtown Memphis Commission. The College is hosting...
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Memphis, TENN. –LeMoyne-Owen College has hired Olympic gold medalist, Rochelle Stevens, PhD. as the Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Head Coach. Stevens, a Memphis native, is a two-time Olympic competitor, winning a silver medal in the 1992 games and the gold medal for 4×400 meter race in the 1996 games. She is also a...
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Alumnus Clarence Christian ’68, a former faculty/administrator, longtime college supporter, campus volunteer, decorated educator, community activist and emeritus professor of sociology with the Tennessee Board of Regents, has been chosen as the Annual Fund Campaign Volunteer Chair for 2022 (July 2021 – June 2022). Pointing to a bald cypress he planted on the lawn in...
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To view in browser, click here Lionel Hollins Selected As Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach at LeMoyne-Owen College Lionel Hollins, former NBA coach and player, has been selected as the assistant coach for the LeMoyne-Owen College Magicians men’s basketball team, serving under head men’s coach, Bonzi Wells. Hollins has a wealth of experience with collegiate and...
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