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Greenville Choral Union and Orchestra to Perform Handel's Messiah and Rutter's Magnificat

Greenville Choral Union and Orchestra to Perform Handel's Messiah and Rutter's Magnificat

November 19, 2014

The Greenville Choral Union and Orchestra will celebrate their 84th performance of Handel’s oratorio Messiah and Rutter's Magnificat on Sunday, Dec. 7 at 4:00 p.m. in the Whitlock Music Center.
To Protect and Serve: Criminal Justice and Life Calling

To Protect and Serve: Criminal Justice and Life Calling

November 17, 2014

One day, time slows as Trendon Amuzie ’13 pauses to choose the best words for the report he must complete. The routine statement is nothing extraordinary, but the Mt. Carmel police officer knows those who read it value a clear and accurate account.
Immanuel Business School MBA Students Visit Greenville College

Immanuel Business School MBA Students Visit Greenville College

November 14, 2014

In October, Greenville College had the privilege of hosting two MBA students, Mercy Martina and Raj Kishore Rout from the MBA program at Immanuel Business School in Hyderabad, India.
Greenville College Takes Part in Emergency Planning Exercise

Greenville College Takes Part in Emergency Planning Exercise

November 13, 2014

On Tuesday, Nov. 4, the city of Greenville conducted an exercise addressing emergency procedures and testing the response time of First Responders. By testing the efficiency of the First Responders, Greenville is demonstrating their readiness to look to the future and protect their citizens.
Greenville College Announces Choir's 2014-15 Concert Season

Greenville College Announces Choir's 2014-15 Concert Season

November 11, 2014

Greenville College is pleased to announce the Greenville College Choir’s concert itinerary for 2014-15. During the current 88th Anniversary year, the Greenville College Choir will perform in the St. Louis and Indianapolis areas, as well as take a 12-day concert tour to Ireland in May-June 2015.
Math Wizards: GC Students Tutor East St. Louis Students

Math Wizards: GC Students Tutor East St. Louis Students

November 10, 2014

Greenville College student Nate Wieland didn’t waste any time getting to work helping third-graders Antwan Strong and Demorion Bush with their math worksheet in Barbara Outten’s class at Officer Elementary School in East St. Louis.

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Men's Basketball beaten by Lindenwood

Men's Basketball beaten by Lindenwood

November 19, 2014

The men's basketball team squared off with NCAA Division II Lindenwood and were on the short end of a 106-63 final score. Sophomore Nick Trisko posted 12 points and eight rebounds in the game.
Men's Basketball dropped at Elmhurst

Men's Basketball dropped at Elmhurst

November 15, 2014

The men's basketball team got 15 points from Michael Hohm and double figure scoring output from three others as they were defeated 92-75 by Elmhurst.
Women's Basketball topped by Elmhurst in opener

Women's Basketball topped by Elmhurst in opener

November 15, 2014

The women's basketball team opened their 2014-15 season with a seven point loss to Elmhurst. Sophomore Claire Schmitt and freshman Laura Goodnight paced Greenville with 14 and 13 points, respectively.
Women's Cross Country 26th at NCAA Regional

Women's Cross Country 26th at NCAA Regional

November 15, 2014

The women's cross country team completed a successful season with a 26th place showing at the NCAA midwest regional. As she has all season, junior Molly Works paced Greenville with its top finish. Works was 85th with a time of 23:22 over the 6,000 meter course.
Volleyball well represented with postseason accolades

Volleyball well represented with postseason accolades

November 08, 2014

The five-time SLIAC league champion volleyball team picked up an array of honors following their 22-9 season.
Football succumbs to St. Scholastica

Football succumbs to St. Scholastica

November 08, 2014

The football team made the long journey to Duluth and returned home with a 42-14 loss to St. Scholastica Saturday to wrap up a second place season standing in the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference.