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Reinhardt community helps local families celebrate Christmas

(Left to Right, back row) Dottie Townsend, Emily Ingram, Nora Vizuete, Principal Dr. Abby May, Dr. Kina Mallard, Janna Moore, Jeff Dale; Isabell Townsend and Anabelle Roach The Christmas season comes with many traditions, including the ...
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Carrie Roland ‘04 confidently runs Designs on Main in her Road #AfterReinhardt

Carrie Roland '04 Carrie Roland ‘04 didn’t always intend to open her own business, however, the education and leadership experiences she gained at Reinhardt prepared her when the opportunity arose. “Reinhardt gave me the background and everything I needed to understand what I needed to go out and do, who to get involved with and how to reach out,” said Roland. “It was a personal experience.” Designs on Main opened in downtown Jasper in July 2016. Earlier this year, the store moved to a bigger location and last month was named Pickens Chamber of Commerce ...
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Susan Sams Epling ’87 remembered, celebrated for a life well-lived

Susan Epling Longtime Reinhardt professor Dr. Bobby Epling has established a scholarship in memory of his wife, Susan Sams Epling ’87, following her death at the age of 50 from complications related to breast cancer. The family held a celebration of life service for Susan in the Bannister Glasshouse, Hasty Student Life Center at Reinhardt University on Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018. The celebration was attended by many family and friends. Described by Bobby as a “Christian of quiet, warm, and enduring strength and optimism who was beloved by all who ...
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#FacultyFriday: Morlier’s belief in liberal arts education pays off – for her and her students

Dr. Peggy Morlier When Dr. Peggy Morlier came to Reinhardt in Fall 2000, her background made her a perfect fit for an open position. “I had worked at large research universities, but I was looking for ...
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Why Reinhardt: non-traditional student, Jordan Hunter ’17

Jordan Hunter '17 Hoping to expand his opportunities, Jordan Hunter ’17 — a welder by trade — headed down a traditional path toward earning his degree. But, it didn’t work for him. “Being a full-time worker ...
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Why Reinhardt: Anya Cutter ’20

Anya Cutter '20 Anya Cutter ’20 came to Reinhardt knowing only one friendly face, but the tiny but mighty musical theatre major found her own place in the spotlight. Anya had been studying under Reinhardt professor ...
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Vocation and Career Services: making connections

Karen Mathews, Director of Vocation & Career Services Vocation and Career Services assists students and alumni in the career decision-making process by providing developmentally appropriate advice, resources, services and programs. Director of Vocation and Career Services ...
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Why Reinhardt: Ian Schumacher ’19

Ian Schumacher '19 Ian Schumacher’s ’19 quirky, fun-loving personality is just about as large as his stature. The 6-foot-2, 285-pound tackle for the Reinhardt Eagles football team has found his place at Reinhardt. And, it’s not ...
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Financial Aid: a personalized experience

Angie Harlow, director of student financial aid The benefits of a small campus come in many forms, including the individualized service students received in all areas, not the least of which is financial aid. Finances in ...
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First Year Experience helps immerse new students into Reinhardt culture

Reinhardt’s Women’s volleyball helps move freshmen into Eagles View residence hall. Dr. Walter May, dean of students, believes students feel engaged on campus when they make meaningful connections with faculty or staff members, an experience initially ...
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Why Reinhardt: non-traditional student, Hannah Hise ’14

Hannah Hise '14 With a full-time job, ease and convenience was on Hannah Hise’s ’14 mind when she wanted to earn a degree to accelerate her career. Reinhardt wasn’t new to her. In fact, she earned ...
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Reinhardt student Amberle Godfrey to lead Pickens County Chamber of Commerce

Amberle Godfrey, a “non-traditional, traditional” student at Reinhardt University, has been named President/CEO of the Pickens County Chamber of Commerce. Amberle Godfrey “From a highly skilled and experienced pool of applicants, the committee realized that without ...
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#FacultyFriday: David Nisbet is vested in each student’s progress

Dave Nisbet, Theatre Director and Program Coordinator David Nisbet’s passion for teaching and care for his students is reflected in nearly any conversation with him. The father of two has had hundreds of kids over the ...
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#AfterReinhardt: Reinhardt helped Jamie Palmer ’16 build a strong foundation

While an undergraduate student at Reinhardt, Jamie Palmer '16 was selected as a delegate at the 2016 American Israel Public Affairs conference. He is pictured with U.S. Congressman Barry Loudermilk during that visit. On a typical ...
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Reinhardt Vice President Fleming to chair GACRAO Institute next year

Julie Fleming Reinhardt University’s Julie Fleming will be leading the Georgia Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers’ (GACRAO) Institute for Strategic Enrollment Management (GISEM) as its chair next year. “I was nominated and approved by ...
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‘Polar Express’ makes stop at Reinhardt

The Polar Express, a family holiday movie, will make a scheduled stop at the Falany Performing Arts Center at Reinhardt University on Dec. 9 with shows at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. In the holiday classic, ...
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Reinhardt students translate for families at Salvation Army

Ana Bezerra, Marianna Herrera and Abby Catano helped translate for the Salvation Army. Photo by Parker Rinehart. What started as a mandatory assignment for Spanish class turned into a heart-warming experience assisting the community. Dr. Jennifer ...
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#FacultyFriday: Dr. Lynda Chisholm promotes lifelong learning

Dr. Lynda Chisholm When it comes to teaching ways to educate, Dr. Lynda Chisholm wants her students to become teachers who inspire students to have a desire to learn. Her childhood memory of assisting an illiterate ...
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Annual Giving Tree benefits families in need

Tags on the Giving Tree, located in Support Services, are available for Reinhardt community members to take, purchase gifts for the child they choose and return the gifts to the President's Office by Dec. 10. The ...
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Dr. Ellen Ott Marshall delves into conflict

Dr. Ellen Mott Marshall presented 'Leadership through Conflict' at the Nov. 8 Community Gathering. Photo by Madelyn Montgomery Handling conflict is an everyday occurrence, and Thursday evening’s Community Gathering helped those in attendance rethink how they ...
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Sister-Sister: Nallely Juarez ‘09 and Sandra Salazar ’12 pursued education as Eagles

Sisters Nallely Juarez and Sandra Salazar earned their respective degrees from Reinhardt's Price School of Education, which was made possible by the Goizueta Foundation's endowed scholarship program. Spend a few minutes talking with Nallely Juarez ’09 ...
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Reinhardt MFA director Walsh to moderate panel at 2018 Milton Literary Festival

William Walsh When writing his first published book, Bill Walsh’s mother convinced him to request an interview with the prolific southern author, Pat Conroy. Walsh took his mother’s advice and, much to his surprise, was granted ...
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#FacultyFriday: Dr. Melissa Arasi inspires music students

Dr. Melissa Arasi Dr. Melissa Arasi, assistant professor of music and music education coordinator, arrived at Reinhardt University two years ago and has already made a lasting impact on her students. “I wish for all my ...
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President Kina S. Mallard to chair Georgia Independent College Association Board of Trustees

Dr. Kina S. Mallard Reinhardt’s President Dr. Kina S. Mallard continues to raise the University’s profile by serving the institution as chair of the Georgia Independent College Association Trustee (GICA) for the next two years. “I ...
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Reinhardt performing arts students compete, win in statewide GNATS competition

Mackenzie Hall won second place room winner and overall winner in the Freshman Women Musical Theatre category. She is pictured with Dr. Rebecca Salter. More than a dozen students wowed judges and brought accolades home to ...
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Reinhardt, Cherokee County, Ga. Chick-fil-A establish educational pathway partnership

Reinhardt University and Chick-fil-A Canton celebrated a new partnership Friday. Pictured, front row, from left, are: Hayden Holcomb, the first Chick-fil-A team member to be a part of the program, Kevin Williams, owner/operator of Chick-fil-A Canton ...
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#FacultyFriday: Cindy Moss brings prudence and personal connection to business courses

Cindy Moss Business instructor Cindy Moss knows the skills Reinhardt students must master for future careers. She strives to instill vital values in her students to guide them toward success in their careers. One of those ...
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