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GC Students Provide Local Tax Service

GC Students Provide Local Tax Service

February 26, 2014

Tax season can be a frustrating time for people as they organize receipts, search online forms and pour over government instructions. Fear not; a group of Greenville College accounting students are using their unique talents to serve the local community this season.
GC Student and Faculty Research Published in The Journal of Chemical Education

GC Student and Faculty Research Published in The Journal of Chemical Education

February 21, 2014

The American Chemical Society recently published an article co-authored by three student researchers, all veterans of the Greenville College Summer Science Research Experience.
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.”
Greenville College Welcomes Rachel Held Evans to Campus February 6 and 7

Greenville College Welcomes Rachel Held Evans to Campus February 6 and 7

January 28, 2014

Greenville College is pleased to welcome Rachel Held Evans to campus on Thursday, Feb. 6 and Friday, Feb. 7. Evans is an award winning Christian author, blogger and speaker whose blog receives over a quarter of a million visits per month and features a range of topics regarding faith, doubt and culture.
Greenville College Students, Alumni and Faculty Invest in Prison Communities

Greenville College Students, Alumni and Faculty Invest in Prison Communities

January 22, 2014

Since 2009, GC students and professors, as part of the Greenville College Prison Initiative, have regularly visited the Federal Correctional Institution south of town. They tutor incarcerated men and women for the GED exam, play chess, lead a book club and so much more. Students investing themselves in the prison community echo examples set by Emeriti Professors Frank Thompson and Dan Jensen.
Greenville College Athletes Lend Hands and Hearts to Serving Local Community

Greenville College Athletes Lend Hands and Hearts to Serving Local Community

January 17, 2014

Each season, Greenville College athletes and coaches dedicate their time and energy toward achieving athletic success. In addition, they also devote time and energy toward helping others succeed by lending their hands and hearts to people in Bond and Madison Counties.
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 Announces Choir's 2014 Spring Concert Season

Greenville College Announces Choir's 2014 Spring Concert Season

January 10, 2014

Greenville College is pleased to announce the Greenville College Choir’s concert itinerary for Spring 2014. During the current 87th Anniversary year, the Greenville College Choir will take an extended, 10-day spring tour in the Midwestern United States.
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.