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Alumnus Haseltine Lends Creativity to TV Show The Chosen

Alumnus Haseltine Lends Creativity to TV Show The Chosen

September 17, 2020

Dan Haseltine, founding member of the band Jars of Clay and GU's 2017 Commencement speaker collaborated with Matthew S. Nelson to compose and perform music for The Chosen, the first multi-season TV show about the life of Jesus Christ.
Profound Influence: GU and GU Alums Aid in Release of Favored Professor's Lectures

Profound Influence: GU and GU Alums Aid in Release of Favored Professor's Lectures

September 17, 2020

Alums who look back on Stanley Walters' classes recall the good professor's influence as life-changing--so profound, in fact, that several put his lectures into print so that a new generation of truth-seekers can benefit from them too.
Selecting Multicultural Kids' Books: Tips From GU's Resident Expert

Selecting Multicultural Kids' Books: Tips From GU's Resident Expert

September 01, 2020

Great multicultural children’s books can dispel stereotypes, open up new worlds, and teach respect. Award-winning author GU Professor Alexandria LaFaye helps parents know if a book touted as a multicultural gem measures up.
Summer RECORD Explores How Students and Grads Apply the Liberal Arts

Summer RECORD Explores How Students and Grads Apply the Liberal Arts

July 01, 2020

Every day GU students and alumni use their liberal arts training to solve problems, create beauty, deliver the gospel, and more. Explore their stories in this issue of The RECORD.
Students Flex Their Event-Planning Muscles With a Little Golf On the Side

Students Flex Their Event-Planning Muscles With a Little Golf On the Side

June 04, 2020

See what happens when students take on an assignment that demands imagination, planning, critique, implementation, and rapid problem solving with the results wide open for public scrutiny. Introducing "Artist and Event Management."
Commencement 2020 Honorees Recognized Remotely

Commencement 2020 Honorees Recognized Remotely

May 28, 2020

Former President Ivan Filby and Vice President for Academic Affairs Brian Hartley surprised three outstanding members of GU's community with news via Zoom.
Graduates From These Two GU Programs Regularly Find Jobs In Their Fields

Graduates From These Two GU Programs Regularly Find Jobs In Their Fields

May 19, 2020

Last year, nearly 100% of GU's graduates majoring in worship arts and/or music industry studies secured full time jobs in their fields following graduation. Professor Paul Sunderland explains why.
Fishing By Number: Hooked on Competitive Bass Fishing

Fishing By Number: Hooked on Competitive Bass Fishing

May 07, 2020

“People think we set up lawn chairs on the bank and fish with bobbers,” laughs Shane Campbell, GU's assistant bass fishing coach for the last two years. He quickly sets the record straight that strategy before and during an event comprises 90% of the sport. At GU, character development and community also figure into the formula for success.
Fun, Games, and GU Influence At The Hungry Hippo

Fun, Games, and GU Influence At The Hungry Hippo

April 23, 2020

Dice clatter; spinners whirr; cards from draw piles elicit groans and cheers. Welcome to a night of games at the Hungry Hippo Board Game Café.
Greenville University Physics Students Score Impressive Wins

Greenville University Physics Students Score Impressive Wins

April 07, 2020

Three physics majors scored impressive wins this spring, including invitation to present at a national conference and acceptance into prized internship programs.
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