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Evening focuses on honoring exemplary work of students and faculty

By Erika Neldner  End of the academic year activities have begun as Reinhardt University honored high-achieving students and esteemed faculty at the annual "Evening of Honors" Tuesday.  (Left to right): Bradley Luke Hayes, Dr. Mellanie Robinson, ...
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Calling future nurses: Register for Reinhardt’s 2nd Annual Camp Nightingale session, July 15-16

By Jordan Beach  Prospective nursing students are invited to join Reinhardt University’s Cauble School of Nursing & Health Sciences for the second Camp Nightingale to be held July 15-16.  The two-day camp was created to assist rising high school juniors and seniors, along with incoming college freshmen, in making an informed decision when it comes to selecting nursing as a major.  “Camp Nightingale is a wonderful opportunity to learn about our nursing community, gain some nursing skills, interact with our high-fidelity simulators, but mostly spend time with our current faculty and students,” said Dr. Glynis Blackard, ...
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Reinhardt to honor the loss of loved ones

The Reinhardt University family will gather next Wednesday to remember those the Reinhardt community has lost in the past year. 2018 Campus Memorial Service The Annual Campus Memorial Service will be held on April 24 at 3:30 p.m. at the Cascading Ponds Patio at Lake Mullenix. All are welcomed to join as campus pastor Rev. Jamie Hudgins lead the service, paying tribute to those who have passed away. “Reinhardt University takes time every spring to reflect and remember the lives of those who made a significant impact in each of ...
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Reinhardt to welcome students from Argosy University

By Erika Neldner Reinhardt University stands ready to serve students who were affected by the closing of Argosy University last month.   Earlier this month, Reinhardt and Argosy entered into an articulation agreement, allowing for a ...
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132nd Commencement set for May 3

By Jordan Beach Nearly 300 students are set to walk across the stage May 3 to receive their hard-earned Reinhardt University degree. The 132nd Commencement Ceremony will be held at 9:30 a.m., Friday May 3 at ...
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Reinhardt student nurses, faculty to assist with free Pickens health screenings for third year

By Jessica Fanczi Reinhardt University faculty and student nurses will work alongside other healthcare professionals during the Pickens County Health Fair April 27, from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. The event, to be held at Chattahoochee ...
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Carson Ivester earns “No Greater Love Award” with compassion

By Jordan Beach While walking around campus, certain people are always able to bring a smile to one’s face. One of those people is No Greater Love award recipient, Carson Ivester.  Carson Ivester and Dr. Kina Mallard ...
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Faculty Friday: Brian Osborne

By Jessica Fanczi Although assistant professor Brian Osborne has been teaching Reinhardt students about theatre since 2015, he still learns something new every time he watches a performance. Osborne, who earned a master’s degree in voice ...
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Reinhardt music students excel at SERNATS

By Jessica Fanczi Reinhardt University School of Performing Arts students shined at the annual Southeastern Region National Association of Teachers of Singing (SERNATS) competition last month, with 16 winners and finalists in different categories. 2019 SERNATS ...
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#FacultyFriday: Dr. Elizabeth Smith shares passion of math and agriculture

When strangers learn that Dr. Elizabeth Smith lives on a farm with dairy goats, free range chickens, a horse, a pig, three cats, three dogs, a donkey and 200,000 bees, their reactions are usually positive—especially when ...
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Sue Hightower ’83 remains connected to the Reinhardt she fell in love with

“I fell in love with the atmosphere at Reinhardt College right away,” said 1983 Reinhardt graduate, Sue Hart Hightower. Hightower has always had a place in her heart for Reinhardt after first coming to campus with ...
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Talent to shine in Reinhardt School of Performing Arts spring performances

Now that Reinhardt University is home of two performance spaces, the Falany Performing Arts Center and University Theater, there are a variety of opportunities to enjoy entertainment this spring on campus. Mark your calendars for the ...
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Faculty Friday: Tim Furnish explores the Middle East and Middle-earth

Dr. Timothy Furnish has an unexpected combination of interests, from Islamic eschatology (End Times beliefs) to military history of Middle-earth (the fictional world of “Lord of the Rings”), even semi-professional acting. Furnish, a U.S. Army veteran ...
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#AfterReinhardt: Luke Daniel connects with community through baseball

When Luke Daniel ‘15 was a Reinhardt student, he not only played baseball but led his team as a captain. Now, he uses his love for the game to connect with his community in Cartersville and ...
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Cody Baker ’06 ‘Takes Flight’ after Graduation from Reinhardt University

High above the trees is where Cody Baker ’06 would rather be on any given day. Although he graduated with a Reinhardt degree in business administration 13 years ago, he earned his helicopter pilot license and ...
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#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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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#AfterReinhardt: John Sullivan thrives in international business

Alumni Board of Governors member John Sullivan ‘89 has spent his career in international business developing relationships with people in more than 50 countries all around the world. Currently serving as vice president for Birkman, a human capital consulting company, his life has followed ...
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RU Outdoors explores Florida’s Gulf Coast

By Jordan Beach  Spots quickly sold out for the RU Outdoors Spring Break trip to Florida’s Gulf Coast as students were excited to spend time with their feet in the sand, swimming with manatees, snorkeling and ...
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Cauble School of Nursing & Health Sciences hosts April 16 Meet and Greet

By Jordan Beach  Those interested in applying to Reinhardt University’s Cauble School of Nursing & Health Sciences will give potential students the opportunity to learn more about the admissions process and qualifications for being accepted. Meet ...
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Glisson Camp “welcomes home” Reinhardt Campus Ministries

By Jordan Beach As a seasoned Glisson counselor, Alex Lee, a Reinhardt University digital storytelling major, greeted Glisson employees with a cheerful “cho boi,” their signature greeting adopted from an African chant meaning “welcome home.” While ...
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Reinhardt to start first 100 percent online, sport-based master’s program at Georgia private institution

By Jordan Beach The state of Georgia will now have its first 100 percent online sport-based master’s degree program at a private institution, and its home base is in Waleska at Reinhardt University. And it’s a ...
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Pickens Scholar Nick DiPuma experiences support at Reinhardt

By Jordan Beach Pickens Scholar Nick DiPuma has seen great support since coming to Reinhardt, allowing him to grow in his art and his academics. Photo by Jordan Beach Nick DiPuma started his journey with Reinhardt ...
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