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The Landing – Open for Business!

By Kathy Lyles | August 5, 2022

The Landing: Book and Mercantile is open for business on the main floor of the Hasty Student Life Building. As the store fills with merchandise, the Reinhardt community is welcome…

Ready. Set. Go!

By Kathy Lyles | July 22, 2022

  Are you ready for a workout with a cause? Reinhardt is preparing for its 8th annual Born to Run 5K on Saturday, Oct. 29 at 8:00 a.m. The race…

Meet Ty Trader

By Kathy Lyles | August 5, 2022

  As Reinhardt University’s Prevention and Health Promotion Director in the Office of Prevention and Awareness, Ty Trader plays an important role on campus. Her position and department are new,…

Behind the Potter’s Wheel with Catherine Shope

By Kathy Lyles | August 5, 2022

“Growing up, I was always creative and loved art,” says Catherine Shope ’22. While at Reinhardt, Shope majored in studio art and pottery. “With pottery, your hands have direct contact…

The Landing – Open for Business!

By Kathy Lyles | August 5, 2022

The Landing: Book and Mercantile is open for business on the main floor of the Hasty Student Life Building. As the store fills with merchandise, the Reinhardt community is welcome…

Ready. Set. Go!

By Kathy Lyles | July 22, 2022

  Are you ready for a workout with a cause? Reinhardt is preparing for its 8th annual Born to Run 5K on Saturday, Oct. 29 at 8:00 a.m. The race…

Meet Sarah Lowe

By Kathy Lyles | July 20, 2022

Sarah Lowe joined Reinhardt five months ago as the Student Health Center Assistant. Her job involves organizing the flow of student and staff traffic for the Student Health Center, scheduling…

Donna Bearden, M.D.

By Kathy Lyles | July 20, 2022

“This is completely different from anything I have ever done,” says Dr. Donna Bearden about the Reinhardt Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in creative writing, “and it has been a…

First STEM Camp Studies DNA Barcoding of Dragonflies

By Kathy Lyles | July 7, 2022

    Local high school students spent four days on campus in June immersed in the DNA barcoding of dragonflies. The students were participating in the first science, technology, engineering,…

Reinhardt receives NetVUE Professional Development Award

By Kathy Lyles | June 22, 2022

Reinhardt University was recently awarded the NetVUE Professional Development Award! The award is a grant from the Network for Vocation in Undergraduate Education (NetVUE) and provides training and resources to…

Meet Sandra Villacorta

By Kathy Lyles | June 21, 2022

Sandra Villacorta, Admissions Systems Coordinator for the Office of Admissions, oversees the daily operations and ensures proper functionality of Reinhardt’s admissions database. “I also work with our Salesforce platform to…

Best Wishes to Trey Drawdy

By Kathy Lyles | June 10, 2022

After 13 years of dedicated service with the  University, Trey Drawdy, Interim Dean,  School of Professional Studies, is saying goodbye to Reinhardt as he retires July 15. “Leaving is bittersweet,”…