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Meals For a Million: G.U. Alumnus Spearheads Mighty Volunteer Effort

Meals For a Million: G.U. Alumnus Spearheads Mighty Volunteer Effort

December 10, 2018

In the last two years, Sam Rowley '83 and a generous army of inspired volunteers have packed over one million meals to fight local hunger.
Christmas Band Concerts Scheduled at Greenville University

Christmas Band Concerts Scheduled at Greenville University

December 04, 2018

Don’t miss two more opportunities to set your holiday season to music! The GU Jazz Band presents its Christmas Concert on Thursday, December 6 at 7 pm in Whitlock Music Center. The 9th annual Christmas by the Fireside performance by the Greenville University Concert Band is Sunday, December 9 at 7 pm, also in Whitlock Music Center.
44 Lessons From A Loser: Sonya Jones Book Signing Dec. 6

44 Lessons From A Loser: Sonya Jones Book Signing Dec. 6

November 26, 2018

Sonya Jones '96 won the hearts of millions of TV viewers as a finalist on the 2016 season of The Biggest Loser. Now she has written about the experience in a new book, 44 Lessons From a Loser. Meet Sonya at a book signing on campus Dec. 6 from 4-8 p.m. The event is open to the public.
Smerick Contributes Essay to Popular Book on Women and Faith

Smerick Contributes Essay to Popular Book on Women and Faith

November 20, 2018

A popular new book featuring an article by G.U. Professor of Philosophy Christina Smerick has topped Amazon's list for books on religious essays.
Dec. 2 Marks Greenville Choral Union's 88th Year of Community Messiah Performances

Dec. 2 Marks Greenville Choral Union's 88th Year of Community Messiah Performances

November 16, 2018

Tis the season for perennial Christmas favorite, George Frideric Handel's oratorio Messiah and other holiday favorites performed by the 85-voice Choral Union and 40-piece orchestra.
Turpin Elected to Chair the Greenville University Board of Trustees

Turpin Elected to Chair the Greenville University Board of Trustees

November 08, 2018

At their regular fall meeting, members of G.U.'s Board of Trustees unanimously elected Kathleen Turpin to serve as board chair. A G.U. graduate, Turpin previously served as vice chair.
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Women's Volleyball, Men's Soccer, and Men's Cross Country Take Top SLIAC Honors

Women's Volleyball, Men's Soccer, and Men's Cross Country Take Top SLIAC Honors

November 07, 2018

Greenville University realized a trifecta of Panther victories in recent days as three teams took conference honors.
The Panther-Cardinal Connection

The Panther-Cardinal Connection

October 26, 2018

Greenville University Panthers are finding their way into major league baseball operations through the St. Louis Cardinals organization, and the match between G.U. talent and Cardinals' needs seems to fit like a glove . . . a custom-tailored MLB glove at that.
Not Just a Gym: Career, Calling and The “Y”

Not Just a Gym: Career, Calling and The “Y”

June 05, 2018

Could working for an exercise facility be considered a calling? It is for John Heater ’01, who has worked for the service-minded YMCA organization since he was 15.
National Recognition Times Two for Senior Lindsay Burton

National Recognition Times Two for Senior Lindsay Burton

May 07, 2018

The National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) has recognized senior Lindsay Burton as the recipient of its 2018 Heart of Courage Award. But that's not the only national recognition the future teacher has garnered . . .
Teamwork and Experience Help Vanwey Land Coveted Internship With St. Louis Cardinals

Teamwork and Experience Help Vanwey Land Coveted Internship With St. Louis Cardinals

April 05, 2018

Sport Management major Jake Vanwey approaches each workday at Busch Stadium with a grateful heart. Learn how his resume rose to the top of the pile and the unique support he received in the process.
Legacy of Greenville Alumnus

Legacy of Greenville Alumnus "Father of Sport Psychology" Seen at Pyeongchang Olympics

February 21, 2018

Whether they're skiing, skating or sledding, today's Olympians get their heads in the game thanks in part to Greenville University alumnus Coleman Griffith, a.k.a. the father of sport psychology.
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