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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.
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.
Greenville College Athletic Hall of Fame Banquet LIVE COVERAGE

Greenville College Athletic Hall of Fame Banquet LIVE COVERAGE

April 12, 2014

Watch our coverage of the 2014 Greenville College Athletic Hall of Fame Banquet
The GC Adamah Community Garden

The GC Adamah Community Garden

April 10, 2014

Greenville College students grow fresh produce on campus in the Adamah Community Garden, a series of raised beds located on North Elm adjacent to the tennis courts. The garden's name refers to the Hebrew word for soil in the Genesis creation narrative.