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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.
GC Professor and Factory Theater Spotlight in PUPN Magazine

GC Professor and Factory Theater Spotlight in PUPN Magazine

April 22, 2016

Associate Professor Rich Beans was featured in Private University Products and News (PUPN) Magazine this month for his role in helping the Factory Theater transition from an educational program to a student club several semesters ago.
University Pathways Welcomes New Director of Student Services

University Pathways Welcomes New Director of Student Services

April 18, 2016

Greenville College University Pathways program welcomes a new Director of Student Services, Dr. Kang Sun. With a passion for higher education and serving others, Dr. Sun looks forward to continually helping international students find a home at GC.
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.
Greenville College Welcomes Philadelphia Composer Kile Smith as Schoenhals Fine Arts Symposium Guest

Greenville College Welcomes Philadelphia Composer Kile Smith as Schoenhals Fine Arts Symposium Guest

April 13, 2016

The Greenville College Department of Music is pleased to announce that Philadelphia composer Kile Smith will be the Guest Artist for this year’s Schoenhals Fine Arts Symposium.
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Baseball secures SLIAC tournament bid with doubleheader sweep of Eureka

Baseball secures SLIAC tournament bid with doubleheader sweep of Eureka

May 03, 2016

The baseball team defeated Eureka in both ends of a doubleheader to clinch no worse than a tie for its second straight SLIAC East Division championship. Greenville won 9-3 in game one before shutting out Eureka 8-0 in a two-hitter.
Softball splits against Spalding to finish fourth in SLIAC

Softball splits against Spalding to finish fourth in SLIAC

May 02, 2016

The softball team clinched a SLIAC tournament position with a split of two games at Spalding. The Lady Panthers won 5-3 in game one and then gave up a seventh inning lead in a 4-3 game two loss.
Women's tennis takes fourth at SLIAC championships

Women's tennis takes fourth at SLIAC championships

April 30, 2016

The women's tennis season concluded with a fourth place finish at the SLIAC tournament. The Lady Panthers fell to Westminster 5-1 in their final match.
Men's track and field ranks second at Illinois College

Men's track and field ranks second at Illinois College

April 29, 2016

The men's track and field team was second at the Illinois College True Blue Twilight on Friday night. Jarrid Williams was a double winner as he took the top spot in both the long jump and triple jump.
Women's track and field wins Illinois College True Blue Twilight

Women's track and field wins Illinois College True Blue Twilight

April 29, 2016

The women's track and field team competed strongly at the Illinois College True Blue Twilight as they were first place among 16 teams at the event.
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.
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