Archive for March 2019

#FacultyFriday: Dr. Cory Schantz

Dr. Cory Schantz has been a dedicated and impactful professor since coming to Reinhardt University in 2013 as assistant professor of music and director of opera. Whether it is through one-on-one voice lessons or through the six opera productions he has directed or co-directed, he goes out of his way to make sure his students…

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Kurt Sutton ’65 performs as Mark Twain

Reinhardt University alumnus Kurt Sutton ’65 will transform into Mark Twain Saturday and Sunday at University Theater. “An Evening with Mark Twain” is free and open to the public. No tickets are required. Sutton’s study and passion for Mark Twain’s work dates back to his early college days. He has toured and performed Mark Twain…

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‘The Good Times are Killing Me’ portrays true friendship, April 11-14

By Jordan Beach  Reinhardt students will show what true friendship is all about with “The Good Times are Killing Me” April 11-14. Susanna Grimsley performs as “Edna Arkins,” a young girl who recounts her relationship with her best friend “Bonna Willis,” played by Anya Cutter. Set in the 1960s, Edna tells the story of her childhood, her family and Bonna through trials of…

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2nd Annual Shamrock Stroll .5K dubbed a huge success in Jasper

By Jordan Beach Downtown Jasper was transformed into a St. Patrick’s Day Party for a Cause Saturday as Reinhardt University and the community banded together to raise money for Pickens County students. The 2nd Annual Shamrock Stroll .5K was an incredible success, growing larger than the inaugural event held last year. “It was a beautiful…

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#FacultyFriday: Michelle Harlow shares travel experiences

Associate professor of English Michelle Harlow, who has taught at Reinhardt since 1989, knows the impact traveling has made on her own life. She now makes it a point to incorporate lessons from her global experiences into the classroom.  “I’ve always had the desire to go to new places and try new things,” said Harlow,…

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Reinhardt to host high fidelity trauma simulation, April 4

By Jordan Beach  In honor of Donate Life Month, the Cauble School of Nursing & Health Sciences will host a high-fidelity trauma simulation on April 4 at 10 a.m. at the University Theater. The community is invited to attend.  Named “Trauma Drama,” the simulation will take a different perspective than most trauma simulations, as it showcases the…

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