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Heart to Heart: Alum's Transplant During Pandemic Reveals Health Care Challenges

Heart to Heart: Alum's Transplant During Pandemic Reveals Health Care Challenges

September 23, 2020

"Active" has always defined Toye Watts '01, but not last spring. As the nation plunged into pandemic, Watts experienced uncharacteristic fatigue that revealed a need for urgent heart surgery without the support of family nearby.
Strong Start in First Month of COVID-19 SHIELD Testing at Greenville University

Strong Start in First Month of COVID-19 SHIELD Testing at Greenville University

September 22, 2020

Greenville University reports a strong start to its rigorous testing procedures that screen students and staff frequently for COVID-19. University administrators hope campus-wide compliance will preserve face-to-face learning through the fall semester. In the early weeks of the school year, testing led to rapid isolation of infected individuals and mitigated spread of the virus.
Alumnus Haseltine Lends Creativity to TV Show The Chosen

Alumnus Haseltine Lends Creativity to TV Show The Chosen

September 17, 2020

Dan Haseltine, founding member of the band Jars of Clay and GU's 2017 Commencement speaker collaborated with Matthew S. Nelson to compose and perform music for The Chosen, the first multi-season TV show about the life of Jesus Christ.
Profound Influence: GU and GU Alums Aid in Release of Favored Professor's Lectures

Profound Influence: GU and GU Alums Aid in Release of Favored Professor's Lectures

September 17, 2020

Alums who look back on Stanley Walters' classes recall the good professor's influence as life-changing--so profound, in fact, that several put his lectures into print so that a new generation of truth-seekers can benefit from them too.
Selecting Multicultural Kids' Books: Tips From GU's Resident Expert

Selecting Multicultural Kids' Books: Tips From GU's Resident Expert

September 01, 2020

Great multicultural children’s books can dispel stereotypes, open up new worlds, and teach respect. Award-winning author GU Professor Alexandria LaFaye helps parents know if a book touted as a multicultural gem measures up.
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