Rend Collective will be coming to Geneva College as part of their As Family We Go Tour on Wednesday, March 30. The show will take place in Metheny Fieldhouse at 7 p.m.
General Admission tickets are now available to the Geneva Community for $18.50 including fees and to the general public for $26 with fees. Tickets will be available for pick-up at the Events Office of Geneva College after January 4, 2016 or at Will-Call on the night of the event.
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College is an incredibly important time in your life. You leave home for the first time with the hope of walking across that glorious graduation stage, taking your hard-earned diploma in hand and diving head first into your lifelong career. Academic success is important, but the experience you accumulate in college is much more important to launch your professional life. Here are 4 ways to make the most of your professional transition.
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Safety for students is as important as ever, and Geneva is looking to improve the current safety standards on campus.
Geneva is initiating a campus-wide network upgrade program that includes security cameras as well as the ability to monitor those cameras.
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Geneva’s Crossroads office has grown, bringing together Geneva’s programs for enriched learning under one roof.
After teaching in Rome for the past two years, new Crossroads Director Jeffrey Cole hopes to fight against the negativity he found upon his return to campus. He hopes that students can see the good happening on campus despite the poor attitude surrounding campus administration and the college as a whole.
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Fall break is finally upon us. After a gauntlet of tests, papers, projects and periodicals, we finally get a chance to kick back and relax. October 23-27 has long been the light between tunnels beckoning us forward, and now that it’s here we should make the most of it.
How you might ask? Here are five ways to make the most out of this year’s fall break.
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In only its second year of existence, Geneva’s criminal justice program is already on the fast track to becoming one of the school’s premiere programs.
Millie Johnson, Criminal Justice Professor, said “At Geneva, we focus wholeheartedly on the restorative justice piece of criminal justice. We don’t just focus on the incarceration piece…we actually turn the table and ask students ‘what do we do for people when they get out of the system’.”
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The Student Activities team kicks off new semester with Genevan tomfoolery.
Student Activities, sponsored by the Center for Student Engagement, will hold the second Friday Night Live (FNL) event on Friday, January 22 at 8 p.m. in John White Chapel. Seating will be first come first serve.
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