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Exercise Science Offered at GC This Fall

Exercise Science Offered at GC This Fall

September 04, 2015

Starting this fall, students at Greenville College will have a new opportunity to major in exercise science. A partnership agreement between Greenville College and Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville (SIU-E) makes the new offering possible.
GC Welcomes Author Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove to Speak at 2015 Convocation

GC Welcomes Author Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove to Speak at 2015 Convocation

August 25, 2015

GC begins its 2015-16 academic year with a convocation ceremony on Wednesday, August 26. Author Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove will deliver a convocation address at 9:30 a.m. in Whitlock Music Center.
Serious Games by Design

Serious Games by Design

August 17, 2015

Few Christian colleges offer studies in digital media, but GC’s program has been going strong for nearly 15 years. Learn more about how the new game design and development track will expand career opportunities for students.
Hoguey presented as new Panther mascot

Hoguey presented as new Panther mascot

August 07, 2015

The Greenville College cheerleading program has announced that Lee Coakley of Greenville, Ill., offered the winning entry of "Hoguey" in the program's "Name the Panther" contest. Coakley graduated from Greenville College in 2000 and has been serving as an assistant track and field coach since 2013.
Wilderness Writings and Adventures

Wilderness Writings and Adventures

August 05, 2015

Student leaders embarked this past weekend on Walkabout 2015, GC's 18th Walkabout adventure. This year’s trip comes just 3 days after a book review of The Wilderness Writings of Howard Zahniser - a collection of biographical essays about Zahniser (GC alumnus and author of The Wilderness Act.)
GC Religion Professor Explores Wisdom About Gender Equality in New Edition of

GC Religion Professor Explores Wisdom About Gender Equality in New Edition of "Ordaining Women"

August 04, 2015

Dr. Ben Wayman takes a closer look at the wisdom and value of the newest edition of B.T. Roberts' book, Ordaining Women, published originally in 1891.

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Women's volleyball slips to River Falls and Lake Forest

Women's volleyball slips to River Falls and Lake Forest

September 04, 2015

The women's volleyball team was defeated in two matches at Lake Forest on Friday. The Lady Panthers dropped the first match to Wisconsin - River Falls in three sets and managed to take one set against Lake Forest before falling in four sets.
Women's soccer earns 2-1 road win

Women's soccer earns 2-1 road win

September 04, 2015

The women's soccer team traveled to Harris-Stowe on Friday and returned home with a 2-1 win.
Exercise Science Offered at GC This Fall

Exercise Science Offered at GC This Fall

September 04, 2015

Starting this fall, students at Greenville College will have a new opportunity to major in exercise science. A partnership agreement between Greenville College and Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville (SIU-E) makes the new offering possible.
Men's soccer rolls to 9-1 win over Robert Morris - Springfield

Men's soccer rolls to 9-1 win over Robert Morris - Springfield

September 03, 2015

The men's soccer team got two goals and an assist from Jonny Madrid and two goals from Elliot Thompson as they cruised to a 9-1 victory against Robert Morris - Springfield on Thursday.
Women's volleyball topped by No. 9 Washington - St. Louis

Women's volleyball topped by No. 9 Washington - St. Louis

September 02, 2015

The women’s volleyball team fell short in three set battle with No. 9 Washington-St. Louis on Wednesday. Savannah Sells accounted for nine and one-half points in the match with eight kills and three block assists.
Men's soccer dropped by Washington - St. Louis

Men's soccer dropped by Washington - St. Louis

September 01, 2015

The men's soccer team fell behind early and couldn't rebound as Washington - St. Louis earned a 3-0 win over Greenville on Tuesday night.