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Religion & Philosophy Professor Ben Wayman Publishes Book

Religion & Philosophy Professor Ben Wayman Publishes Book

February 06, 2014

Assistant Professor of Religion, Ben Wayman ’02 has recently published a book, "Diodore the Theologian." The study examines the role of theology in the biblical commentary of the fourth-century pastor, teacher, and bishop.
Greenville Religion and Science Society Hosts Dr. Matthew Hill

Greenville Religion and Science Society Hosts Dr. Matthew Hill

February 05, 2014

Dr. Matthew Hill will present at Greenville College on Feb. 19. There are two opportunities to hear Hill speak. He will speak at a chapel service at 9:30 a.m. in the Whitlock Music Center, and he will present a colloquium at 4 p.m. in Snyder Hall room 104. Hill’s colloquium presentation is “Connecting Two Truths: The Intersection of Evolutionary Biology and Wesleyan Theology.”
Kent Krober Returns to GC as Athletic Director; Doug Faulkner Transitions to Dean and Associate Professor

Kent Krober Returns to GC as Athletic Director; Doug Faulkner Transitions to Dean and Associate Professor

January 31, 2014

The Greenville College athletic department will soon be under new leadership as Kent Krober has accepted the college’s position as athletic director.
Common Day of Learning: Explorations of Cosmos and Creativity

Common Day of Learning: Explorations of Cosmos and Creativity

January 15, 2014

On Thursday, December 5, Greenville College students and faculty bustled across campus and into classrooms, taking part in a tradition that has been a part of the college community for nearly 10 years: Common Day of Learning.
Greenville College Accepting Entries for Live Arts Contest

Greenville College Accepting Entries for Live Arts Contest

January 03, 2014

Greenville College is hosting a contest for high school and college students interested in a variety of forms of artistic expression. The Live Arts Contest is accepting entries through March 3 for short fiction, non-fiction, poetry and song lyrics, visual art, cartoons and graphic stories, and serialized novels.
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