Archive for August 2016

ADay for Reinhardt supports Cherokee County students

The 2016-17 ADay for Reinhardt campaign officially kicked off at Featherstone’s at BridgeMill Aug. 19 with members of the ADayCommittee, Reinhardt President Dr. Kina Mallard and Reinhardt administration and staff in attendance. ADay for Reinhardt is a fundraising campaign that provides scholarship money to Cherokee County residents attending Reinhardt University. Since its inception in 1988, ADay has provided more than $4.8…

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Reinhardt University reflects on a strong past year, prepares for a strong 2016-2017

Looking back on the last academic year and preparing for a new one just over the horizon, Reinhardt President Dr. Kina Mallard and her leadership team gave the State of the University Monday morning citing a history of strong academic accomplishments in the 2015-2016 academic year, new initiatives and programs, and encouraging growth in enrollment.…

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Welcome Back Breakfast kicks off new academic year

The Gordy Dining Hall was packed Tuesday morning as Reinhardt’s faculty and staff gathered for the annual Welcome Back Breakfast. The celebratory event marking the start of the new academic year honored dedicated employee service and welcomed new employees to the University. Employees with five, 10, 15 and 20 years of service were presented a…

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Opening Worship Ceremony to focus on new year for students

Welcoming students and starting the school year off on the right path with God is the focus of a longstanding tradition of Waleska United Methodist Church and Reinhardt University. The annual Opening Worship Service will be held Aug. 21 at 10:30 a.m. at the Falany Performing Arts Center. A reception will follow in the FPAC…

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Reinhardt remembers art professor Curtis Chapman

Curtis Allen Chapman II, a man with grand artistic talent and a passion for teaching, passed away peacefully Aug. 7. He was 73. Chapman was a mainstay in the Reinhardt art department for four decades. Reinhardt was dear to Chapman’s heart so much so that his family has created a scholarship at the University in…

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