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By the numbers: Holiday lights

5  Weeks to prepare the display 75 Women for Harding and Greenskeeper Garden Club volunteers who refreshthe wreaths 10+ Members of the physical resources departmentwho hang the lights 500,000  Total LED lights 320 Wreaths 245 Hours lights are on duringthe holiday season 15  Years of lights at Harding
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Football records by the numbers

During the Bisons 49-10 victory over Southern Nazarene Oct. 9, senior fullback Cole Chancey becomes Harding’s career rushing leader, breaking the mark of 4,214 yards held by the late Alan “Snake” Dixon since 1973. Dixon’s widow, Belinda, and son, Jad, are presented with a football by Coach Simmons during a brief ceremony at halftime to honor Dixon and Chancey. 284 Rushing yards by Bison Hall
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By the numbers

2020-21 Accolades No. 1  Best Faith-Based College or University in Arkansas by PLEXUSS  Best Value College in Arkansas by SmartAsset RN Program in Arkansas by RegisteredNursing.com No. 2  Best Colleges in Arkansas by Intelligent No. 4  Best Christian Colleges in 2020  by Best Value Schools Best Value Education School in the U.S. By College Factual No. 9 Best Degrees in International Business by Study.com (No. 1 in Arkansas)
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Sports by the numbers

.403 Hitting percentage of David Butterfield, the 11th Bison baseball player to hit over .400 for a season and the first since Jason Nappi hit .413 in 2010. 19.2 Career scoring average of two-time honorable mention All-GAC basketball player Romio Harvey in 42 games as a Bison, good for third all-time. 1,244 Career point totals for senior women’s basketball player Carissa Caples, who ranks 12th
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By the numbers: Sizing up Chartwells for the fall

715 Transactions on the Boost mobile ordering app 6,000+  Meals delivered to students in quarantine and isolation 10,000+ Meal swipes used per week in the dining hall  400 Number of students allowed in the dining hall at a time to maintain social distancing 600+  Meal exchanges used per day in the student center food court options  130  Students served in the dining hall after on-campus classes
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Sports by the numbers

11,220  Total square feet of the Hatcher indoor facility. 5  Number of rooms plus two restrooms  6  Number of lifting stations in the weight room 148-by-60  Size of playing area in feet
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By the numbers: Virtual Spring Commencement

36  Instagram feed posts, IGTV videos and stories shared  40   Countries represented by viewership 1,171 Views of graduate names outside of the livestream 1,234  Twitter engagements with 20 University live-tweets 1,175 Views on “Lord Bless You and Keep You” video posted to IGTV and YouTube 1,428 Viewers on HU16 livestream, plus 235 who watched after the live broadcast. ended 8,618  User engagements on Facebook
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By the numbers — spring stats

100 — Percent of May candidates in the speech-language pathology master’s program who passed licensure exam on first attempt 14 — Articles in first digital edition of student-run Bison newspaper, published April 2 21 — Students, faculty and staff who spent spring break helping with Middle Tennessee tornado disaster relief, some of whom joined as a result of an international mission trip cancellation 200 —
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HST library: By the Numbers

150,000+ — Number of books on various subjects available in the Mid-South’s largest theological library 1800s — Date of origin of some of the hundreds of hymnals and song books from the Stone Campbell Movement 600+ — Digitized sermons from Harold Hazelip’s time at Highland Church of Christ in Memphis, Tennessee 2003 — Final year items were added to the paper card catalog 87 — Combined
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