Archive for July 2016

More than 120 attend alumni event at Booth Western Art Museum

More than 120 alumni and friends of Reinhardt enjoyed food, fellowship and the largest permanent exhibition space for Western art in the country over the weekend. Reinhardt University held an event July 30 at the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, where attendees were able to tour the museum, hear from museum staff about upcoming…

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Student-athletes honored for 2015-16 classroom success

More than just success on the field, Reinhardt student-athletes are showing they can excel in the classroom as well. All 16 programs that were up and running during the 2015-16 school year were announced last month as NAIA Scholar Teams. Reinhardt is only one of 10 school in the nation to have 16 teams receive…

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Lake Mullenix project is underway

  An addition to Waleska’s University in a Park is taking shape and is expected to bring a comforting, fun place for people to enjoy. The Lake Mullenix project officially got underway in June, with clearing beginning on June 14. “An excavator, forestry mower, tree cutting team and a Bobcat were used to remove the…

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Welcome Rev. Ted Goshorn as Reinhardt’s new campus minister

Campus ministry is where he thought he would be one day and the Rev. Ted Goshorn is glad he found Reinhardt. Goshorn began as Reinhardt’s new campus minister July 11 and has big plans of building relationships and offering diverse ways for students, faculty and staff to engage their spirituality. “That could mean through prayer,…

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Retired educators association donates scholarship money to Reinhardt

Cherokee County School District students who plan to be educators and attend Reinhardt University will be the recipients of a scholarship later this summer thanks to those who have devoted their lives to teaching. The Cherokee Retired Educators Association made a generous donation of $2,500 June 29 to Reinhardt University President Dr. Kina Mallard to…

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