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Joint media statement on shooting

In Main Alumni Post, News, News & Events, Pebbles by KHarrington

Joint media statement from Livingstone College and Salisbury Police Depot on shooting incident Salisbury Police Department: Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire Livingstone College family, and the victims of the incident that occurred on campus late yesterday evening. Although the Salisbury Police Department is still very early in its investigation, additional information is being made available by law enforcement. An altercation occurred on the campus of Livingstone College last night during its homecoming concert. During the altercation, a person, who is not a student of Livingstone College, fired one or more shots. The investigation up to this point indicates that there was no exchange of gunfire by those involved in the altercation contrary to earlier rumors. Salisbury Police Department is still investigating the incident and is devoting additional resources to solving this crime. The City of Salisbury continues to coordinate and work closely with Dr. Anthony Davis and the entire staff at Livingstone College. We appreciate his leadership, patience and full cooperation with law enforcement through this difficult situation. Livingstone College President Dr. Anthony J. Davis: Our priority is and remains to ensure the mental wellness of our students and to evaluate our public safety measures to create a safe, living, learning and working environment. I am saddened because our students, alumni, family and friends were exposed to this senseless act of violence. We are working collaboratively with our local law enforcement agencies as they are conducting a thorough investigation. Please pray for us in the coming days …

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Alumni Affairs names ‘Forty Under 40’

In Main Alumni Post, News by KHarrington

SALISBURY – It’s official. The Livingstone College Office of Alumni Affairs has announced the inaugural members of its “Forty under 40” Society. “Forty Under 40” is a recognition program that highlights young, successful alumni under the age of 40, who have made significant contributions in their careers, community, the nation or the world, said Vincia Benjamin Miller, director of Alumni Affairs. Nominations were accepted through June 18 and a committee of judges reviewed each application with scores based 50 percent on career and education, and 50 percent on community involvement. The group will be recognized at an Alumni Ball on Oct. 7 during Livingstone’s homecoming week. The members of the “Forty under 40” are: Alexis D. Taylor; Alexis L. Richardson; Annick Dalton; Brandon Moore; Chelsea Johnson; Christian Reeves; Christoper Davis; Christopher Kelly; Cortney Outing; Damein Greatheart; Deonne McNeil; Dondra Springfield; Dr. Earic Bonner; Dr. Jessica Howard; Dr. Kenneth White Jr.; Dr. Micah Griffin; Dr. Xellex Z. Rivera; Gregory D. Deas; Jordan Walker; Justin Walker; Kari Johnson; Keona Wootton; Kristal King; Krystal D. Kelly; Larry Richardson; Miriam A Moore, Ed.S; Moises Gordon; Nashonda Hunter; Patrick Hill; Ranzeno Frazier; Raven Sansbury; Renaldo N. McFalling; Renardo Gaston; Rev. Dr. Maurice Harden; Ria Sweeney; Vance Gamble; Wesley Jackson; Yannanda Mieses; Zandrea Lattimore; and Zoie Forster. “We’re super excited about all of the honorees and look forward to getting them together to celebrate their accomplishments and raise awareness of the success stories of Livingstone’s graduates,” Miller said.

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