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2015 President's Report Spotlights the Power of Our Heritage

2015 President's Report Spotlights the Power of Our Heritage

March 02, 2015

The 2015 President's Report Edition of The RECORD recalls the legacy and inspiration of the people who championed ideals that have empowered the GC community for nearly 125 years.
As Panthers Rise: Adventure, Service and Volleyball

As Panthers Rise: Adventure, Service and Volleyball

February 26, 2015

Learn how adventure and service in the Dominican Republic prepared the GC Women's Volleyball team for a winning season in 2014.
2015 Schoenhals Fine Arts Symposium to Feature Artist Kenneth Steinbach

2015 Schoenhals Fine Arts Symposium to Feature Artist Kenneth Steinbach

February 25, 2015

The 2015 Schoenhals Fine Arts Symposium guest will be Minneapolis-based artist Kenneth Steinbach, who will also speak in chapel on March 2. Learn more about his visit.
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.
GC's Health Psychology Program Included in Best Online Psychology Degree Ranking by the Affordable Colleges Foundation

GC's Health Psychology Program Included in Best Online Psychology Degree Ranking by the Affordable Colleges Foundation

February 17, 2015

GC's Health Psychology, B.S. ranked eighth on the Best Online Psychology Degrees for 2015 ranking by the Affordable College Foundation.
Civil Rights Leader Dr. John M. Perkins to Visit Greenville College February 12-13

Civil Rights Leader Dr. John M. Perkins to Visit Greenville College February 12-13

February 10, 2015

Civil Rights Leader Dr. John M. Perkins will speak on campus Feb. 12 and 13. His topic during the visit will be "A Biblical Response Towards Race and Reconciliation."
Baseball Theology, a Home Run with Students

Baseball Theology, a Home Run with Students

February 09, 2015

Dr. Wayman, creator of the game “Theology Baseball” and an Interterm course of the same name, uses the competitive structure of America’s favorite pastime to convey the essential teachings of Christianity.
Make the Words Your Own: GC Professor Benjamin Wayman Publishes Guide to the Psalms

Make the Words Your Own: GC Professor Benjamin Wayman Publishes Guide to the Psalms

January 26, 2015

GC assistant professor Dr. Ben Wayman offers a renewed perspective on praying the psalms in his recently published book, "Make the Words Your Own: An Early Christian Guide to the Psalms."
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.
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