The All-Stars were swept by #8 St. Andrews in three Saturday afternoon in Laurinburg, NC. Despite a season high 17 kills by senior Letia Felder (Cayce, SC) the team was unable to produce a win. Freshman Brittney Ogez (Tulsa, OK) contributed 33 assists, and senior Katie Boyd (Chesnee, SC) added 10 digs. Converse hopes to even out their record once again Monday, October 20 with an away game against Livingstone College. The All-Stars return home on Tuesday, October 28th against Mars Hill College.
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Faculty & Alumna Present at 17th World Congress of Music Therapy
Associate Professor & Director of Music Therapy Carol L. Shultis presented at the 2023 World Congress of Music Therapy in Vancouver, British Columbia, in July. Dr. Shultis showcased her research titled …
Dr. Walker to Give Address at Southern Historical Association Conference
Award-winning teacher & scholar Dr. Melissa Walker will give the Southern Association for Women Historians’ annual address at the Southern Historical Association. Dr. Walker will present, “The heyday of a …
Double Major Abeeha Sajid ’25 Awarded National Scholarship
The Board of Directors of Alpha Lambda Delta is pleased to announce that a Jo Anne J. Trow Undergraduate Scholarship has been awarded to Abeeha Sajid (Nisbet Honors; Converse College for …