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The Converse College tennis team was selected as the winner of a $500 Intercollegiate Tennis Association grant. The Valkyries, who completed more than 50 hours of community service in the month of October, were entered into a drawing with various other members of the ITA. Converse was randomly selected among all programs who completed at…
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Students celebrate their new chairs

Often when you donate to an organization you hope your gift benefits people around the corner or around the world. But do you know where your money really goes? Converse alumnae do when they rock the tower. Read more about the projects made possible by the record-setting $102,797 raised during 2018 year’s 24-hour Rock the…
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The Converse College Valkyries is celebrating 13 individuals who made the prestigious Fall Academic All-Conference by Conference Carolinas list. Soccer led the way with eight individuals, while volleyball and cross country added four and one student-athletes, respectively. Congratulations to the following students: Cross Country Abigail Jolley Soccer A.C. Albritton Jade Berwager Isabelle Fangman Gianna Mancinelli…
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Professor Mike Massengale completed the illustration and poster design for the 2020 Rehoboth Beach, Delaware Jazz Festival. This is his 14th year as the official poster artist for the event. His relationship with the festival began in 2004 during his solo art show at the Kennedy Gallery located in Rehoboth Beach, DE. All of his…
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MFA grads Cinelle Barnes, Paul Michael Garrison and Rhonda Browning White have a lot to celebrate this year. Cinelle Barnes published her newest book, Malaya, and she was featured in this article in Charleston City Paper. Rhonda Browning White's award-winning short story collection, The Lightness of Water and Other Stories, was recently published and met with…
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Aliyah Hancock ’21, Marisa Daquil Kawabe ’20 (Nisbet Honors) and Jhazmin Gomez-Reyes ‘21 (Nisbet Honors) have been invited to join Stanford University’s Innovation Fellows program. This global program empowers student leaders to increase campus engagement with innovation, entrepreneurship, creativity and design thinking. Only 360 students internationally have been named University Innovation Fellows. Learn more about…
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