Archive for October 2018

Theatre students consume Keith David’s masterclass

Before Emmy Award-winning actor and musician Keith David performed his Nat King Cole tribute show at the Falany Performing Arts Center last Friday, he made a stop at the Reinhardt University Theater to engage in candid dialogue about the theater, television and movie industries. “I don’t speak to college students as often as I’d like…

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#AfterReinhardt: Reinhardt foundation set Trotter on the right path

While a Reinhardt student, Daniel Trotter ‘07 learned many valuable lessons, but none more valuable than the value of building relationships. And after nearly a decade of experience with Chick-fil-A, both in Canton and then in a corporate role, Trotter accepted a new challenge and, since 2009, has operated a Chick-fil-A restaurant in Arizona. Trotter…

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Poet Sara Hughes evokes emotion from audience at Community Gathering

Sara Pirkle Hughes brightened the Community Room at Hill Freeman Library as she shared poetry from her first full-length collection of poems entitled “The Disappearing Act.” The subjects of the poems ranged from contemplations on love and marriage and high school crushes to cancer and the importance of a mother’s affection. The room was captivated…

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High school students learn at Reinhardt Choral Festival

Reinhardt’s sixth choral festival was a hit as 120 high school students came together with Reinhardt’s Chorale with one voice as they enjoyed a full day of rehearsal and music making. Students from Cherokee, Sequoyah, Creekview, Central, Houston County, Pepperell, Whitewater and Howard high schools attended the festival. “I have come here every year for…

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Campus Ministries Fall Retreat renews spirits at Camp Gideon

Fall Break, a much-needed time of rest, and those who traveled with Campus Ministries to Camp Gideon last week experienced a special kind of peace. Campus Ministries offered a free Fall Retreat to renew not only students’ minds, but their souls. Fellowshipping formed new friendships while worries melted away as the bonfire crackled and praises…

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Reinhardt University Theatre to perform ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’

Reinhardt Theatre will be performing a “groovy” version of William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” in the new Reinhardt University Theater next month. “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is a Shakespearean comedy that keeps the audience laughing and on their toes as love potions are administered, love triangles are created, and chaos breaks out among the…

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