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Pumpkins for Peace

Pumpkins for Peace

April 24, 2014

When Travis Hall ’09 traveled to Uganda eight years ago to study abroad with GO ED, he didn’t expect to return at semester’s end with an honorary plot of land bearing his name and a close Ugandan friend.
Mitchell Fires No-Hitter as Baseball Shuts Out Blackburn in Doubleheader

Mitchell Fires No-Hitter as Baseball Shuts Out Blackburn in Doubleheader

April 23, 2014

The baseball team faced Blackburn in a doubleheader on Wednesday and shut them out in both games. The game one performance by Tyler Mitchell saw the senior lefthander earn the Panthers first no-hitter in nearly 20 years.
Softball Sweeps Rose-Hulman in 26th and 27th Wins

Softball Sweeps Rose-Hulman in 26th and 27th Wins

April 22, 2014

The historic season of the Greenville softball team continued Tuesday as it picked up a key doubleheader sweep over Rose-Hulman. The women were led by the performance of senior Ashley Woodrome as she hurled two complete game victories. The Lady Panthers won the first 2-1 and the second game 1-0.
GC Philosophy Professor, Dr. Kent Dunnington, Receives National Fellowships

GC Philosophy Professor, Dr. Kent Dunnington, Receives National Fellowships

April 22, 2014

Greenville College Associate Professor of Philosophy Kent Dunnington was awarded two fellowships of national renown for the 2014-15 academic year, totaling $85,000.
Combined Greenville and Edwardsville Choirs and Orchestras to Perform Spring Concert on May 4

Combined Greenville and Edwardsville Choirs and Orchestras to Perform Spring Concert on May 4

April 21, 2014

Greenville College will host choral singers and orchestral players from Edwardsville High School, Greenville College, and Greenville Free Methodist Church for a Spring Choral-Orchestral Concert on May 4 at 4:00 p.m. in Whitlock Music Center.
Men's Tennis Concludes Winning Season

Men's Tennis Concludes Winning Season

April 19, 2014

The men's tennis team wrapped up a very strong 2014 campaign with a 5-0 defeat of Webster University in the SLIAC third place match on Saturday.
GC Hosts Dr. Todd Wood for Science and Religion Presentation on May 1

GC Hosts Dr. Todd Wood for Science and Religion Presentation on May 1

April 16, 2014

Dr. Todd Wood will present a colloquium on faith, science and creationism at Greenville College on May 1. Wood is president of the Core Academy of Science and was the subject of a Christianity Today cover story in 2012.
Delivering Strength and Peace – All in a Day's Work For Alumni Chaplains

Delivering Strength and Peace – All in a Day's Work For Alumni Chaplains

April 15, 2014

Massachusetts native Scott McGowan ’09, chaplain with the Army National Guard, felt called to the ministry even before he entered Greenville College. William Breckenridge ’90, chaplain with the Warrior Transition Battalion at Ft. Riley, joined the Army in his mid-30s. Their reflections offer a glimpse at ministry in the military.
A-maizing Deception

A-maizing Deception

April 14, 2014

Last summer, when Professor Andrea Nord settled into a five-month stay in Malawi with her family of four, little did she know that the traditional cornmeal dish they periodically ate played a key role in the malnutrition and even deaths of Malawians. Most Malawians didn’t know it, nor do they know it now, even as they faithfully tend their maize fields and grind maize into flour.
Greenville College Athletic Hall of Fame Recognizes Five Individuals and Two Teams

Greenville College Athletic Hall of Fame Recognizes Five Individuals and Two Teams

April 12, 2014

Greenville College honors 1996-97 Women's Basketball, 1999 Men's Cross Country, Donna Lay Collins, Julie Kaufmann Shultz, John M. Strahl, Jr., Jerry A. Malone, and Lindsey Schuberth.
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