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Erskine Community Talent

Glenis Redmond

Join internationally known poet and Erskine alumna, Glenis Redmond, as she reads to us from her collection of original works. Glenis, a member of the Class of 1985, has published numerous books and has a lengthy list of prestigious national and international recognitions. She offers these readings in observance of National Poetry Month and as a special gift to her alma mater during these difficult weeks of social distancing and sheltering in place.

Sam Tam

Cellist and pianist Sam Tam, an Erskine College sophomore from Simpsonville, South Carolina, offers a brief concert, along with a few of his thoughts.

Ann Gainey

Listen to Ann Gainey ’72 read an excerpt from her book The God Chair. Published in October 2019, the book chronicles Ann’s spiritual journey through two and a half years of undiagnosed illness and six months of treatment.

Dr. Jan Haldeman

Dr. Jan Haldeman gives a tour of Pressly Gardens at Erskine College.

Melonie Shue

Atlanta resident Melonie Tuck Shue, 1992 graduate and graphic artist, shares how to make your own face masks at home. Melonie has been making masks for friends and health care workers in the Atlanta area.

Click here to find PDF instructions.

Sara Beth Harker

It’s storytime with alumna Sara Beth Harker, a 2019 graduate. Please enjoy this video of Sara Beth reading If You Give a Moose a Muffin, written by Laura Joffe Numeroff and illustrated by Felicia Bond.

Chloe Hamilton

Chloe Hamilton just completed her junior year at Erskine as a Biology (pre-med) major. She has been pitching for Fleet softball since her freshman year. Here, Chloe will demonstrate a series of exercises, some for adults and some for children, that you can do from home.

PLEASE NOTE: Erskine College is not a licensed medical provider and does not recommend any particular exercise routine. Any exercises you perform are undertaken at your own risk.

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