In wake of the faculty and staff layoffs, many rumors have circulated around campus from concerned students regarding Geneva College’s financial stability. Alongside other staff and faculty cuts, the recent suspension of the chaplain position, held by Reverend Rutledge Etheridge since 2013, has created some of the most tension from students.Read More
Geneva College is changing their policy regarding off-campus living. Previously, students were allowed to live in the home of a faculty or staff member, but that option is now off the table for students wishing to commute to Geneva College.Read More
Recent budget concerns led to changes in faculty and staff positions at Geneva, taking effect on June 3 at the start of the new fiscal year. Several positions at the college have been eliminated, reduced to part-time or redistributed.Read More
On March 30, five bands gathered together in Johnston Gym on Geneva College’s campus from 6:30 to 10 p.m. to put on their annual Angst Fest show.Read More
Geneva College has lowered the maximum credits students can take without being charged extra. Previously, students could take a maximum of 20 credits, with anything over 20 being charged per-credit. Now, students wishing to take more than 18 credits must pay $930 for each credit over, or alternatively go through an appeal process in order to be exempt from the extra fee.Read More
On Feb. 27, GVALS welcomed Christopher Yuan, professor of Biblical studies at Moody Bible Institute, for the third time to speak on campus. He addressed the subjects “Redeeming Biblical Singleness” at chapel and “A Christian Response to Homosexuality” in the evening in Skye Lounge.
Ree’s Family Diner in downtown Beaver Falls opened on Feb. 23, claiming to be the “Best Mom & Pop Home-style Cooking” in the area. The diner is owned by Ron Jaber and 2005 Geneva alum, Margarita Jaber.
Renovations are taking place in the McCartney Library to make room for a robust collection of research, articles and papers written by the late Dr. John H. Gerstner, a renowned theologian who greatly impacted evangelical and Presbyterian churches and organizations throughout the nation.Read More
Toby Shope, a Geneva College graduate intern in the counseling center, is facilitating a weekly “Stress Less” group that meets Mondays 4 - 5 p.m. and is open to all Geneva students.Read More
About February of 2017, I was looking around Beaver Falls for houses to rent, as I would be living off-campus and commuting during my junior and senior years to lessen the cost associated with room & board.
Pornography is no small issue in our society. Though some may find it overwhelming to fight against something so deeply rooted in modern culture, junior engineering student, Jake Dykes, has already made an impact on his fellow students by publicly taking a stand against it.
Geneva College’s mathematics professor Dr. Phil Holladay called his recovery from dual heart attacks this January “a miracle.” After the scare of experiencing one heart attack on Jan. 21 and the other on Jan. 23, Dr. Holladay was glad to come to a full recovery and return to campus on Feb. 11, 2019.Read More
A response to pornography
VITA: “Kingdom work in business”
Fee to coach women’s golf
Holladay recovers from heart attacks
What if I wasn’t white
Body image is still a resilient problem. Despite the widespread rhetoric that “it’s what’s on the inside that counts” (who ever explicitly states the opposite?), despite all the self-help books and the public resistance against contemporary beauty standards, the anxiety and self-hate that results from one’s own body image remains rampant. It is often argued that this is an indication that we ought to love ourselves more, but the problem is more likely caused by an individualistic understanding of the body.Read More
Do we have a listening ear?
While the increasing presence of gun violence in our country is known to all, the reality hit close to home for Geneva when a shooting occurred at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh on Oct. 27, 2018. In response, Geneva’s Criminal Justice Club raised awareness through the creation of a small memorial outside of the Student Center.Read More
Children full of giggles and fun
Line up one by one
To see museums
Both Big and small
With frayed facts
And false founders.Read More
After 36 years, Geneva College prepares to say goodbye to music department chair and professor Dr. Donald “Coach” Kephart, who will retire at the end of the 2018-19 academic year. The Nov. 10 home football game against Westminster marked Kephart’s last time directing Geneva’s marching band.Read More
Are you a Christian American or an American Christian? This challenging question, alongside others pertaining to patriotism within today’s culture, were discussed by Geneva students, faculty and staff at Bring It to the Table on October 24. The event, held in the President’s Dining Room, was hosted by the Diversity and Inclusion team of the Center for Student Engagement.Read More