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Richardson Indoor Stadium

Wofford College announced today (Monday, Nov. 17, 2014) its plans to build the Jerry Richardson Indoor Stadium to house a new basketball/volleyball arena, locker rooms and other facilities. The facility will be adjacent to the north end of Gibbs Stadium, where the Terriers play football.

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Greek Village

Following a week of exciting major announcements, Wofford College has announced plans for a new Greek Village for fraternities and sororities to be built on campus.

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Richardson Center for the Arts

The Wofford College Board of Trustees on Tuesday, Oct. 21, approved and unveiled the college’s strategic vision and announced the first facility included in the plan – The Rosalind S. Richardson Center for the Arts.

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Wofford to host presidential candidate Jindal Aug. 20

July 27, 2015
Wofford College will be the site for a Town Hall event hosted by U.S. Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) at 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 20, in Leonard Auditorium in Main Building featuring Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, a 2016 Republican presidential candidate.

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Wofford professor, students and alumnus contribute to significant archaeological find in Israel

July 24, 2015
Mason Cantey, a Wofford College senior, migrated from his section of ancient synagogue to watch a restorer wash a section of mosaic originally believed to be white. The tiles, weathered then covered by millennia of debris and plaster, came to life.

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Tens of thousands of downloads and counting

July 13, 2015
In the world of cancer research, the name Cody Watson (a 2015 graduate of Wofford College from Libertyville, Ill.) may not draw lots of attention, but the medical technology software he created last summer as a Papadopoulos Scholar has. 

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HALTER for life

July 09, 2015
Sometimes Sarah Madden (Wofford College Class of 2017) can explain the “magic” — sometimes she can’t. The mystery is one of the things she loves about serving as a certified therapeutic riding instructor and volunteer at HALTER (Handicapped Athletes Learning to Enjoy Riding) in S ...