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Greenville's Barber Honored As 2015 Lee McKinney Distinguished Service Award Recipient

Greenville's Barber Honored As 2015 Lee McKinney Distinguished Service Award Recipient

April 16, 2015

Greenville College men's basketball coach Dr. George Barber has been named the 2015 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference's Lee McKinney Distinguished Service Award winner.
Biggest Winner: Sonya Jones Recounts Faith and Transformation on The Biggest Loser

Biggest Winner: Sonya Jones Recounts Faith and Transformation on The Biggest Loser

April 15, 2015

Former Lady Panther Sonya Jones ’96 will return to Greenville College on May 4 to talk about personal transformation and the instant recognition she gained nationwide as a finalist on NBC’s reality weight-loss show The Biggest Loser.
Extending Our Heritage of Scientific Exploration & Innovation

Extending Our Heritage of Scientific Exploration & Innovation

April 10, 2015

Learn how GC is extending its rich heritage of scientific innovation through first-class classroom instruction and cutting-edge research in the Physics Department
Vital Signs: A Terminally Ill Artist Learns to Create Instead of Fix

Vital Signs: A Terminally Ill Artist Learns to Create Instead of Fix

April 08, 2015

Jim Johnson's ('77) love for drawing led to a successful career as a freelance artist, graphic designer and art director. Today, his passion for creative work sustains him even in the face of terminal illness.
GC Welcomes 2015 Mannoia Lecturer to Campus, Reverend Dr. Priscilla Pope-Levison

GC Welcomes 2015 Mannoia Lecturer to Campus, Reverend Dr. Priscilla Pope-Levison

April 06, 2015

GC is honored to welcome 2015 Mannoia Lecturer to campus on April 8, Rev. Dr. Priscilla Pope-Levison.
Greenville Religion and Science Society Welcomes Ben Lowe - April 15

Greenville Religion and Science Society Welcomes Ben Lowe - April 15

April 01, 2015

Ben Lowe will present at Greenville College on April 15, hosted by the Greenville Religion and Science Society.
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Greenville College Athletic Hall of Fame Honorees Announced

Greenville College Athletic Hall of Fame Honorees Announced

April 17, 2015

The Greenville College Athletic Hall of Fame selection committee has met and decided upon its 2016 inductees. The 2016 banquet will occur Saturday, April 9. The honorees include Martin Daily '76, Meredith Deters Dust '04, Natalie Lappe Goestenkors '08, Robert Blume '62, the 1992 golf team, and the 1995-96 men's basketball team.
Greenville's Barber Honored As 2015 Lee McKinney Distinguished Service Award Recipient

Greenville's Barber Honored As 2015 Lee McKinney Distinguished Service Award Recipient

April 16, 2015

Greenville College men's basketball coach Dr. George Barber has been named the 2015 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference's Lee McKinney Distinguished Service Award winner.
Softball wins one of two at Webster

Softball wins one of two at Webster

April 15, 2015

The softball team split two games at Webster on Wednesday. They won the first game 9-1 in six innings and lost the second game 5-3.
Biggest Winner: Sonya Jones Recounts Faith and Transformation on The Biggest Loser

Biggest Winner: Sonya Jones Recounts Faith and Transformation on The Biggest Loser

April 15, 2015

Former Lady Panther Sonya Jones ’96 will return to Greenville College on May 4 to talk about personal transformation and the instant recognition she gained nationwide as a finalist on NBC’s reality weight-loss show The Biggest Loser.
Men's tennis finishes second in SLIAC standings

Men's tennis finishes second in SLIAC standings

April 14, 2015

The men's tennis team saw the conference regular season championship slip away as they lost 7-2 at Principia on Tuesday. Justin McDonald was part of both wins in the match.
Men's tennis routs Fontbonne

Men's tennis routs Fontbonne

April 13, 2015

The men's tennis team eased past Fontbonne 9-0 on Monday in Greenville. Alex Dowley and Jonathan Urshan gained two wins.