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RU Professor Earns Education Pillar Award

By Suzy Alstrin | March 17, 2023

A Reinhardt University music professor was celebrated this week as an extraordinary pillar of the community. The Good Shepherd Clinic awarded Dr. Martha Shaw the Clayton County Education Pillar Award…

Spring Break in the Holy Land

By Suzy Alstrin | March 17, 2023

In partnership with Waleska United Methodist Church, four Reinhardt students and Josh Garner, (Director of Spiritual Life, Leadership, and Service) traveled to Israel over Spring Break to tour and experience…

RU Professor to Learn from the EU

By Suzy Alstrin | March 17, 2023

A professional development grant to visit Brussels, Belgium, and Luxembourg was awarded to Dr. Donald Gregory of Reinhardt University. He will travel with European Union officials this May. The grant is…

James Dickey Review

By Suzy Alstrin | March 17, 2023

Spring is an ideal time to get a copy of the latest James Dickey Review. Named for Georgia poet and novelist James Dickey, the book is a compilation of the…

Meet Kaitlyn Graham

By Suzy Alstrin | March 10, 2023

Reinhardt University welcomes Kaitlyn Graham as the Director of Admissions. She leads the admissions staff to meet their enrollment goals on the PSGA and traditional sides, as well as recruits…

Meet Adrian Tharpe

By Suzy Alstrin | March 10, 2023

Reinhardt University welcomes Adrian Tharpe as Director of Residence Life and Community Standards. Working in the Student Affairs department, he handles judicial and disciplinary affairs on campus, while making each…

Faculty & Friends Art Show

By Suzy Alstrin | March 10, 2023

The Reinhardt Art and Communications Departments presents a spring art show “Faculty & Friends.” The impressive collection reveals that RU professors aren’t just instructors, they’re engaged and active members of…

Published Author from the RU MFA Program

By Suzy Alstrin | March 10, 2023

John M. Williams, a professor in Reinhardt University’s MFA program, has published Monroeville and the Stage Production of To Kill a Mockingbird, relating to one of the most famous novels…

Meet Officer Michael Dickinson

By Suzy Alstrin | March 3, 2023

Reinhardt welcomes Mike Dickinson as a full-time police officer with the Department of Public Safety and Campus Police. “We are very fortunate and excited to have Officer Dickinson join our…

The College Football Hall of Fame Puts Reinhardt Front and Center

By Suzy Alstrin | March 3, 2023

Reinhardt University’s new Women’s Flag Football team is being featured at the College Football Hall of Fame. A complete Reinhardt flag football team uniform went on exhibit March 1 at…


Reinhardt trauma event focuses on giving life

“Trauma Drama” gave Reinhardt and the community a unique look into the process following a traumatic event.


Reinhardt, local churches to host Easter sunrise worship service

Join Reinhardt and local churches to celebrate the risen King.


Sarah Freeman ’18 uses musical passion to serve African community

Sarah Freeman ’18 works with the Rafiki Foundation in Rwanda developing a music program.


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…


#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…


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…