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Meet Jamie Thomas

By Kathy Lyles | September 30, 2022

  Jamie Thomas ’11 demonstrates the versatility of an art degree. As a library assistant in Reinhardt University’s Hill Freeman Library and Spruill Learning Center, Thomas works on a variety…

Amicalola EMC Supports Reinhardt Food Pantry

By Kathy Lyles | September 30, 2022

  Amicalola Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) donated $5,000 to the Reinhardt University Food Pantry this week, their second contribution since 2020. A check was presented to Reinhardt at the main…

Reinhardt African Descendants Student Association supports Afrika Reads

By Elisa Long | February 3, 2016

Under the coordination of Nigerian native Adetunji “Tunji” A. Adesesan, Academic Support Office director, the African Descendants Student Association (ADSA) has done it again! Last year they collected and donated…

Reinhardt University Price School of Education Partners with Cherokee County School District for Co-Teaching/edTPA training for yearlong cooperating teachers

By Elisa Long | January 25, 2016

In collaboration with the Cherokee County School District (CCSD), Reinhardt University provided a training session for principals and cooperating teachers who are hosting yearlong student teachers on Wednesday, January 13,…

Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (C.R.A.S.E.)

By Elisa Long | January 10, 2016

Sunday, January 10th from 2:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. Chief Deputy Joe Perkins of the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office will be holding a public seminar at the Falany Performing Arts Center…

There are a fair amount of “nevers” in James Mooneyhan’s life.

By Elisa Long | January 8, 2016

He never thought he would go to college. He never thought he would voluntarily repeat the twelfth grade to pull his core grade point average up from a D to…

McCamish School of Business students help to make a Merry Christmas for those in need

By Elisa Long | December 23, 2015

  “I can’t tell you what a blessing it was to me…” For Reinhardt business instructor Tina Boosel it was just another class as the semester began to wind down.…

Reinhardt University Faculty, Staff and Students Make Christmas Special for 15 Local Children

By Elisa Long | December 14, 2015

Reinhardt, in conjunction with R.M. Moore Elementary School, the University’s Partner in Education, collected gifts for local families as part of the University’s annual Giving Tree. University faculty, staff and…

Dr. Carlos Cadena Gaitán ’05 Named 2015 International ‘Future Sustainability Leader’

By Elisa Long | November 30, 2015

“An astonishing inspiration for leaders around the world for how to mobilize people, create change in your local community and see the international effects.” When Dr. Carlos Cadena Gaitán ’05…

Carlos Guzman: ‘First to arrive and last to leave’

By Elisa Long | November 23, 2015

  After visiting Reinhardt in the fall of 2011, Carlos Guzman knew the University was right for him. He loved the beauty of the green campus and the small class…

School Supplies Collected at Reinhardt University Headed to Kenya

By Elisa Long | November 9, 2015

School supplies collected by Dr. Joann Adeogun, an assistant professor of business at Reinhardt University, are headed to Kenya Oct. 17, 2015.  Their destination is an orphanage run by Canton-based…

Reinhardt names ‘JoEllen Bell Wilson ’61 Office of Advancement’; Celebrates scholarship named in her honor

By Elisa Long | October 23, 2015

Reinhardt University has named its Advancement Office in honor of longtime administrator and Canton resident, JoEllen Wilson. The JoEllen Bell Wilson ’61 Office of Advancement is located in the University’s…