Archive for September 2016

Hickory Log artifacts exhibit at Reinhardt opens to the public

One hundred and seventy-eight years after the Cherokee Nation was removed from their ancestral homeland in Cherokee County, and 20 years in the making, Reinhardt University’s Funk Heritage Center (FHC), located in Waleska, Ga., hosted an open house and ribbon cutting on Sept. 29 for two new exhibits at the FHC: Life Along the Etowah and History Beneath…

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Reinhardt breaks ground on new theater building

“Shakespeare said, ‘The world is a stage and we are merely players.’ Now we will have a stage on which to play.” Dr. Mark Roberts, vice president and dean for academic affairs, said those words as Reinhardt University broke ground on its much-anticipated theater building set to be completed in the spring. The theater building…

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First weeks of school see high involvement

The 2016-17 academic year kicked off with high energy and great involvement, according to the Office of Student Affairs. “For the first weeks of school, we’ve had a large amount of student involvement on campus and a lot of energy and excitement from the students,” said Dr. Walter May, assistant dean of students and director…

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