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
There was once an epidemic of suicides in Micronesia. In the 1960s, suicide was almost unknown in these South Pacific islands, but by the end of the 1980s their suicide rate was the highest in the world. Most of these suicides were teenage males who hung themselves.
The Pumpkin Patch Bash event for Tiger Pause Youth Ministry took place on Geneva’s campus on October 25, through the Center for Student Engagement. Directed by service learning coordinator Missy Nyeholt, the annual event is organized by a student volunteer as a member of the community engagement team. The student project coordinator this year was senior student ministry major Brendan O’Connor.Read More
On October 19, outside of McKee Hall, the chemistry club exploded several pumpkins and a gourd in an annual celebration of fall.Read More
On October 27, 2018, the men’s and women’s cross country teams will face off against their conference rivals in the President’s Athletic Conference (PAC) Championship race. The women’s 6,000-meter race begins at 11 a.m. and the men’s 8,000-meter race begins at 12 p.m.Read More
At the south end of campus, returning students will have noticed one obvious alteration to their Geneva College: Reeves Field, bigger and brighter than ever, was expanded last May, and now contains newly installed turf.Read More
Nicole Braddock Bromley, a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, shared her powerful testimony of recovery with Geneva on Oct. 4, 2018. The event, hosted in Skye Lounge, was a partnership and collaboration of the Health and Counseling Services, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Upper Room.Read More
Despite rainy weather Saturday afternoon, Homecoming festivities continued and this year saw Steven Mandella and Paige Wintermute crowned as king and queen of homecoming court.Read More
Geneva College’s 2018 Homecoming marked the fifteenth alumni band under Coach Donald Kephart’s direction. The performance on Reeves Field featured two hundred fifteen returning alumni joined with one hundred five current band members.Read More