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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.
Navigating A Strange Landscape: Christianity Today Publishes Wayman Interview With Former Archbishop Of Canterbury

Navigating A Strange Landscape: Christianity Today Publishes Wayman Interview With Former Archbishop Of Canterbury

August 26, 2020

Delivering Christian education today means traversing a strange land, says the 104th Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams. His recent conversation with GU Professor Ben Wayman flowed from Wayman's quest to discover how a Christian University might best partner with the church in the 21st century.
GU Partners with U of I SHIELD Program to Offer Fast, Painless Covid-19 Testing for Students, Staff

GU Partners with U of I SHIELD Program to Offer Fast, Painless Covid-19 Testing for Students, Staff

August 13, 2020

Greenville University announces a research partnership with the University of Illinois to evaluate a program designed to mitigate the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that cause COVID-19.
Loving Two Languages: Schmidt-Gomez ’98 Brings Dual Language Learning to Middle School

Loving Two Languages: Schmidt-Gomez ’98 Brings Dual Language Learning to Middle School

July 28, 2020

Her passion for the Spanish language drew her into the classroom and motivated her to trailblaze a dual-language program at the middle school level in her district.
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Jack D. Trager Golf Scramble Coming July 31

Jack D. Trager Golf Scramble Coming July 31

July 01, 2020

Greenville University’s fifth Annual Jack D. Trager Memorial Panther Pride Golf Scramble will be held Friday, July 31.
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.
GU's Panther Cheer and Dance Teams Rank Among the Nation's Top Ten

GU's Panther Cheer and Dance Teams Rank Among the Nation's Top Ten

March 16, 2020

The Panthers had a strong showing in three events at the recent USA Collegiate Championships in Anaheim, California.
GU's Krukewitt Lands Internship With NCAA's College World Series

GU's Krukewitt Lands Internship With NCAA's College World Series

March 12, 2020

Senior marketing and sport management major Hannah Krukewitt has capitalized on internships that add experience to her resume and give her something to talk about during job interviews. Her work with the NCAA this June marks her fifth internship, and a prized one at that.
Alumni of GU’s MAE-Coaching Program Claim Media Attention

Alumni of GU’s MAE-Coaching Program Claim Media Attention

February 27, 2020

Several alumni of GU’s Master of Arts in Education-Coaching program made media headlines in 2019, each for different reasons, resulting in a busy year for recognition of GU’s coaching graduates.
GU Hall of Famer John Curry Inspires Panthers, Calls Them to a Champion’s Mindset

GU Hall of Famer John Curry Inspires Panthers, Calls Them to a Champion’s Mindset

January 29, 2020

John Curry ’80, a member of GU’s Athletic Hall of Fame, returned to his alma mater last Friday to inspire student athletes with a powerful message and personal testimony that greatness can flow from a campus like GU's.
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