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Scot-e-News, Jan. 2019

MC's Bicentennial is Here!
Bicentennial banners on Pearsons Hall

Our Bicentennial year has arrived! During this celebratory year, we would like to use this milestone to increase our region’s familiarity with – and appreciation for – Maryville College’s history and mission, as well as its current programs and initiatives. We hope you will not only learn more about the ways in which Maryville College has grown and advanced over the last 200 years, but also how MC has stayed true to some very timeless values.

Please join us for the many events planned in 2019 – there’s truly something for everyone! The first Bicentennial events of 2019 include a Bicentennial Concert on Jan. 24 and performances of “Voices of the Valley” on Feb. 2. Be sure to check the Bicentennial section of the website often throughout the year and follow the Bicentennial on Facebook!

Randy Lambert

Lambert Legacy

Join us Feb. 9 as we celebrate MC Men’s Basketball Coach Randy Lambert ’76, who is coaching his final season with the Scots. Make plans to come to Cooper Athletic Center for a 2 p.m. tipoff against Huntingdon College. There will be a pre-game presentation in Boydson Baird Gymnasium with former players and a post-game reception in Gym III. Visit mcscots.com to send your well-wishes to Lambert and order your “Lambert Legacy” gear!
Black History Month graphic

Black History Month

In observance of Black History Month, MC’s Black Student Alliance (BSA) is sponsoring several campus events in February that are free and open to the public. Events include a one-act choral play, dialogues about important and interesting topics, a poetry night event and an Apollo Night event modeled after the original “Showtime at the Apollo” show. Read the press release.
Isaac Anderson Cabin

Cabin Dedication

The Isaac Anderson Cabin will be formally dedicated in its new home at the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center during a ceremony scheduled for Fri., Feb. 8 at 3 p.m. All alumni and friends are invited to attend. Watch the MC website for photos and video from the event!
MC students at SSSS conference

SSSS Conference

Dr. Karen Beale, associate professor of psychology, and three MC seniors recently traveled to Montreal, Canada, to attend the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality’s (SSSS) annual conference, where the three students presented their research. During the conference, Beale was recognized with the Lester A. Kirkendall Outstanding Mentor Award for providing exceptional mentorship to students. Read the press release.
Fish graphic from Drew Crain's book cover

Science & Religion

In an effort to help Christians better understand the integration of science and religion, MC Professor of Biology Dr. Drew Crain has published Science & Christianity: Past, Present, and Future. He wrote the book during a recent sabbatical, condensing information from a Maryville College course called “Science and Religion.” Read more about the book!
Hasan Davis

MLK Day

Hasan Davis, a lawyer, juvenile criminal justice reform advocate, author and actor, will speak to the Maryville College community on Mon., Jan. 21, during the College’s Martin Luther King Jr. holiday observances. Read the press release.

Clayton Center Events

RIOULT Dance NY
The Clayton Center for the Arts’ 2018-19 season continues with "RIOULT Dance NY: Women on the Edge" on Feb. 2 and “Currents” by Mayumana on Feb. 23. Visit the Clayton Center website for more information about the season and upcoming performances. And be sure to check our Arts & Culture Calendar for other campus performances and events!
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