Archive for March 2015

Reinhardt Expands Title IX Past the Playing Field

In the higher-ed world, the term “Title IX,” has always been synonymous with equality on the playing field. In the old days, the only Title IX question many colleges and universities considered was the number of scholarship opportunities for men and women athletes. If the number was equal, then institutions were thought to be compliant.…

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Reinhardt Business Students Learn Important Concepts As They Raise More than $1300 to Address Food and Clothing Shortages and Help the House of Hope in Kenya

Two Reinhardt University business classes have had much more than just good grades on their minds this spring.  They have explored the complicated issues of hunger, inadequate clothing, and malaria prevention, and by partnering with SERV-International, a Christian nonprofit headquartered in Canton, Ga., these students’ projects have produced impressive results: Raised $1000 to build a…

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