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Entering the Whirlwind--Alumnus Shows How Faith Communities Can Help the Mentally Ill

Entering the Whirlwind--Alumnus Shows How Faith Communities Can Help the Mentally Ill

May 13, 2016

In a world increasingly aware of emotional disorders, Bryan Langdoc ’01 believes the church should offer a message of “radical hospitality” to sufferers.
Music Business Major Prepares Students for Life After College

Music Business Major Prepares Students for Life After College

May 06, 2016

As music and music consumption are becoming increasingly digitized, methods for finding, producing and marketing are changing. Greenville College Music Business Professor, Danara Moore observes, “It’s very important in this business to be ready for anything, which is why we focus so much on experience and entrepreneurship."
It Never Hurts To Ask: One Question Lands Dream Internship

It Never Hurts To Ask: One Question Lands Dream Internship

April 29, 2016

Music business major Emily Kaiser landed her dream internship job with a popular band simply by walking up and asking for it.
St. Louis Blues Score Big as Job Shadow Hosts

St. Louis Blues Score Big as Job Shadow Hosts

April 29, 2016

When the St. Louis Blues take to the ice for the next round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, at least one fan on the Greenville College campus can say he knows firsthand what it takes for the winning NHL franchise to produce a game.
Grant Funds Lectures and Experiential Learning in Jewish-Christian Studies

Grant Funds Lectures and Experiential Learning in Jewish-Christian Studies

April 15, 2016

A $50,000 grant from the Charles & M.R. Shapiro Foundation allows GC to fund its Samuel Sandmel Lecture Series and provide this year’s students with experiences that enrich their understanding of Jewish history and comparative religions.
Partners in Life and Practice: John and Tricia Foster

Partners in Life and Practice: John and Tricia Foster

April 08, 2016

John '93 and Tricia (McVay '94) Foster are part of a profile series on GC couples who met as undergrads, married, and then took on daunting but rewarding work as health care providers—together.
Partners In Life and Practice: Zach and Bethany Middleton

Partners In Life and Practice: Zach and Bethany Middleton

April 08, 2016

Zach ’06 and Bethany (Petit ’07) Middleton are part of a profile series on GC couples who met as undergrads, married, and then took on daunting but rewarding work as health care providers—together.
Partners In Life and Practice

Partners In Life and Practice

April 08, 2016

Three GC couples who met as undergrads, married, and then took on daunting but rewarding work as health care providers—together.
Partners In Life and Practice: Javier and Alicia Morales

Partners In Life and Practice: Javier and Alicia Morales

April 08, 2016

Javier '89 and Alicia (Freeman '90) Morales are part of a profile series on GC couples who met as undergrads, married, and then took on daunting but rewarding work as health care providers—together.
Scriblerus--80 Years Engaging the Fine Art of Critique

Scriblerus--80 Years Engaging the Fine Art of Critique

April 06, 2016

Generations of GC students knew the creative writing club Scriblerus as a space for students and faculty to read and critique each other’s writing. In 2013, Scriblerus began a new chapter.
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