Archive for May 2017

Karina Rodriguez ’18 lands internship with Caesars Entertainment

Karina Rodriguez ’18 is learning how to market information technology for one of the most famous casino brands in the world. With the help of adjunct communication instructor, Stephanie Marchant, Rodriguez acquired an internship with Caesars Entertainment. Recently, she began her training as the IT Communications Intern in Las Vegas. “I’m excited about training in…

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Reinhardt University community sends more than 7,000 books to Nigeria in yearlong effort

Reinhardt students, faculty and staff have done it again, sending much-needed educational materials to Nigeria as part of AfrikaREADS. AfrikaREADS is an international outreach program spearheaded by Reinhardt’s African Descendants’ Student Association (ADSA). It began five years ago with a donation to Ondo State University in Nigeria. The program, led by the ADSA and faculty…

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Reinhardt University’s Etowah Valley Writers Institute to feature some of the nation’s best writers

Reinhardt University’s Etowah Valley Writers Institute will feature nationally acclaimed authors Richard Blanco, Stephane Dunn, Christopher Dickey and more this summer on the University campus in Waleska. “The writing program brings together some of the best writers in the country to discuss techniques on how to tell a better story, how to be more creative,…

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L.J. Stegall leaves lasting legacy at Reinhardt

Known affectionately on campus as “Mr. Reinhardt,” L.J. Stegall was an all-around athlete and academic during his time at Reinhardt University. Stegall earned his Bachelor of Science in Biology during the 129th Commencement Ceremony at Reinhardt May 5 and has his sights set on a successful professional football career. After that, he hopes to use his…

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Spirits shine under cloudy skies for Reinhardt University’s 129th Commencement Ceremony

While degrees for Reinhardt University’s largest graduating class were conferred under cloudy skies Friday, graduating seniors and their families’ spirits were shining. “Thank you for weathering the weather,” said President Kina S. Mallard. “This just proves we are Methodist. We are being sprinkled.” Due to regional heavy rains and unseasonably cool temperatures, University officials opted…

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Reinhardt Police Academy offers flexible classes for working adults

With backgrounds and expertise of those going in to the public safety field continuing to change, the Police Academy at Reinhardt University offers a great way for working adults to earn their credentials. Earlier this year, the Police Academy at Reinhardt began holding its classes at Chattahoochee Technical College’s Woodstock campus through a lease agreement.…

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Reinhardt honors new and retiring employees

Nearly 160 years of service to Reinhardt University was represented in the Hoke O’Kelley auditorium April 28, as the Reinhardt family said Godspeed to seven faculty members retiring this year. Earlier in the day, the University family welcomed 13 new staff members during a reception, also held in the Hoke O’Kelley.  The reception was held…

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