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Biggest Winner: Sonya Jones Recounts Faith and Transformation on The Biggest Loser

Biggest Winner: Sonya Jones Recounts Faith and Transformation on The Biggest Loser

April 15, 2015

Former Lady Panther Sonya Jones ’96 will return to Greenville College on May 4 to talk about personal transformation and the instant recognition she gained nationwide as a finalist on NBC’s reality weight-loss show The Biggest Loser.
Vital Signs: A Terminally Ill Artist Learns to Create Instead of Fix

Vital Signs: A Terminally Ill Artist Learns to Create Instead of Fix

April 08, 2015

Jim Johnson's ('77) love for drawing led to a successful career as a freelance artist, graphic designer and art director. Today, his passion for creative work sustains him even in the face of terminal illness.
Work-Life Integration - Millennials Value Merger of Career & Service

Work-Life Integration - Millennials Value Merger of Career & Service

March 31, 2015

Who knew that a freebie toothbrush and tiny tube of toothpaste could bring such a big smile?
Students Learn the Art of Hospitality over Interterm

Students Learn the Art of Hospitality over Interterm

February 18, 2015

Interterm at Greenville College is a time of unique classes and experiences students will never forget. This past Interterm, Professor Jane Bell taught a class entitled “The Art of Hospitality” in which students learned valuable skills in preparing a meal, conversation etiquette, and hosting guests.
Erin and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Job

Erin and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Job

January 21, 2015

Holding out for perfection may not seem sage advice for new grads entering the job market, but Erin Williams ’13 made it work for her. Today, as marketing and communications specialist for CHS Inc., a Fortune 100 global agribusiness, Erin finds herself standing before high school audiences talking about landing that “dream” job.
Beyond the Badge: Dual Internships Profit Problem Solver, People Helper

Beyond the Badge: Dual Internships Profit Problem Solver, People Helper

January 15, 2015

Though still a recent grad, Ryan Paine ('13) entered the workforce with relevant experience. In college, he followed a growing trend by completing multiple internships during his undergraduate studies to prepare for his career as a police officer.
The Vista - Fall 2014

The Vista - Fall 2014

January 13, 2015

Check out the latest edition of The Vista, GC's award-winning student publication.
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A "Good Fit" Internship

December 02, 2014

Few folks like to be known as a statistic, but Tasha Bryant ’15 won’t mind being part of this one: the number of students whose internships end with the invitation, “We want you to work for us.”
Young Alumnus Cultivates Critical Thinking in East Jerusalem Classrooms

Young Alumnus Cultivates Critical Thinking in East Jerusalem Classrooms

November 25, 2014

Brad Merrin’s ('11) travels most recently have taken him to Jerusalem University College where he is pursuing a master’s degree in Middle Eastern cultures and religions. Though he is on track to receive his degree this May, his academic accomplishments tell only the less adventurous side of his travel tale. There is another side.
To Protect and Serve: Criminal Justice and Life Calling

To Protect and Serve: Criminal Justice and Life Calling

November 17, 2014

One day, time slows as Trendon Amuzie ’13 pauses to choose the best words for the report he must complete. The routine statement is nothing extraordinary, but the Mt. Carmel police officer knows those who read it value a clear and accurate account.
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