Andrews University 2017 sets History Center lecture series

The History Center at Courthouse Square in Berrien Springs presents the second of its 2017 Winter Program Series, “From College to University”, by Meredith Jones Gray, at 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23.
Admission is free. The History Center is located at 313 N. Cass St. (M-139) in Berrien Springs.
The program is the second of three monthly programs in the History Center’s annual Winter Program Series. Each program is scheduled for the fourth Thursday of January, February, and March.
The Winter Program Series is themed around the “Wisdom Seekers” exhibit, now on display at the Sheriff’s Residence at Courthouse Square. The Wisdom Seekers tells the story of Andrews University, located in Berrien Springs. “From College to University”, presented by Meredith Jones Gray, Chair of the English Department at Andrews University, and author of “As We Set Forth”, will tell the story of the transition made by Emmanuel Missionary College to become Andrews University, with time for questions and answers.
For more information about the program, contact the History Center at (269) 471-1202 or email bcha@berrienhistory.org.

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