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Congratulations to alumna Angie Chute of the Class of 1983, who recently won our address-update contest!

Greenville alumni maintain their ties to the College in many ways. They connect with their classes or with the Greenville College Alumni Association (GCAA). Alumni of all ages follow the Greenville College and Greenville College Alumni Association pages on Facebook. They also follow @GCAlumni on Twitter. And alumni come together through the network of regional alumni associations across the country, or they meet and reconnect through events hosted by Greenville College or other alums, and events back at the College like Homecoming.

GC's alumni communities provide a wide range of opportunities for socializing, networking and travel, and contribute significantly to the rich alumni experience that defines Greenville.

 

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When Disaster Strikes: The Curious Appeal of Crisis Response

When Disaster Strikes: The Curious Appeal of Crisis Response

November 30, 2015

Hurricane, tornado, flood. Nothing upends expectations quite like natural disaster. And no one upends doubts about the power of personal response quite like Carrie Cumrin ’09.
Ivan and Kathie Filby Become American Citizens

Ivan and Kathie Filby Become American Citizens

November 25, 2015

Ivan and Kathie Filby recently exchanged their ties with their homeland to become American citizens.
The Legacy of a Faithful Pioneer in Mainstream Media and Sports

The Legacy of a Faithful Pioneer in Mainstream Media and Sports

November 24, 2015

Two decades ago, Bob Briner made a radical decision as he edged away from his 35-year career in pro sports and global media: He sold his homes in Dallas, Texas and Paris, France and moved to a quiet town in southern Illinois.
Greenville Choral Union to Perform Messiah Concert on December 6

Greenville Choral Union to Perform Messiah Concert on December 6

November 23, 2015

The Greenville Choral Union and Orchestra will celebrate their 85th annual performance of George Frideric Handel’s oratorio Messiah on December 6 at 4:00 p.m. in the Whitlock Music Center.

"Do-It-Yourself" Instruments Enable Top-Flight Research by Undergrads

November 18, 2015

Research equipment doesn’t come cheap. Consider the powerful multiphoton microscope developed for biological and medical research. A $500K price tag puts it out of reach for many colleges that aspire to equip student researchers with state-of-the-art instruments.
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