Tag: professor

The Weird Art Guy On Campus

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Written and Media by Ben Isaacs. Who is Jacob Amundson, and what does he do? He is widely known as “the weird art guy on...

Dr. Ben Wayman: Campus Profile

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Written by Stephanie Rodriguez. Media by Riley Hannula. Professor of Theology, Dr. Ben Wayman, began working at Greenville College in 2013. He teaches a variety...

Campus Profile: Dr. Cary Holman

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Written by Stephanie Rodriguez. Media by Riley Hannula. Dr. Cary Holman, a communication professor at Greenville College, will retire after Spring of 2016. He contributed...

Does Class Size Matter?

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There are many different colleges out there that are unique in many ways. It’s because of these differences that students choose which college will best fit them. Some students would prefer to be on a large campus and use different types of transportation to get from one place to another. For instance, students may have to take a bike, car or bus to get to their next class on time. Others prefer a smaller campus that’s easy to walk from class to class.

Making Sense of Bible Translations

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Written and Media by Stephen Hillrich. As Greenville College is a Christian college, specifically of the Free Methodist tradition, the Bible is often used in...

Campus Profile: Jacob Amundson

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Written by Levi Jublet, Media by Jack Wang Campus Profile is here to give you a closer look inside your favorite professor here on campus...

In Loving Memory of Watson Tidball

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Originally published on Greenville.edu. Digital Media by Jessica Sturgeon. Watson Tidball, beloved member of the extended Greenville College community, passed away at his home on Easter Sunday, March 31, 2013. He leaves behind a legacy of dedication and service to Greenville College, the City of Greenville, and Bond County. While “Prof” Tidball’s colleagues recall him as a loyal supporter and enthusiastic champion for the college, many more in the Greenville area remember him as a gracious servant and good friend. Greenville College Acting President Randy Bergen said, "I was fortunate to work with Watson right after I graduated from Greenville College in 1984. It was clear then that he loved GC and her students. When I returned 16 years later, he was just as dedicated to making the College a great place to learn and work. We will miss his big personality, his positive attitude, and his willingness to befriend anyone."