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HLGU PBL Students Achieve Highest Honors in State Competition

Hannibal-LaGrange University students from the business department competed at a state-wide leadership conference and received the competition’s highest honors. The four students, members of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL), the college-level of Future Business Leaders of America, attended the 2018 PBL State Leadership Conference and earned several top-level rankings, beating out competitors from larger schools such …

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55th Capping Ceremony for HLGU PN Students

Thirty-three practical nursing students were honored at a luncheon and capping service on Thursday, May 17, 2018 at Fiddlestik’s Restaurant in Hannibal, MO. Although this represents the fifty-fifth capping ceremony for this practical nursing program, this is the sixth event since the program moved to Hannibal-LaGrange University in August 2012. The nursing program was formerly …

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Todd Retires after 42 Years

After celebrating his 42nd year of service to Hannibal-LaGrange University, Dr. Richard Todd, professor of physics, will be retiring this summer. “We’re grateful for the many years of excellent service that Dr. Todd gave to Hannibal-LaGrange University,” said Dr. Anthony Allen, HLGU President. “Dr. Todd has always been exemplary in the classroom and in his …

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HLGU Celebrates 2018 Commencement

Beautiful weather reflected the bright spirits of 254 graduates as they walked across the stage in ceremonial regalia to shake the hand of Hannibal-LaGrange University President, Dr. Anthony Allen, and receive their diplomas on Saturday, May 5. The greatest joy I have as president is to see our students discover, develop, and demonstrate God’s purpose …

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Music Department Spring Concert

Hannibal-LaGrange University invites the community to the free annual music department spring concert on Thursday, April 26, at 7pm in the Roland Fine Arts Center. Performances will be given by the HLGU Concert Choir directed by Lori Scott, and the Clarion Trumpet Choir and HLGU Symphonic Band conducted by John Francis. Several student conductors will …

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