Pumpkin Patch Bash: A Smashing Success for Geneva College and Tiger Pause

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.

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The colors of homecoming: geneva’s addition of spirit week

Homecoming 2018 arrived with the new addition of a traditional college practice: Spirit Week. Sophomore Melice Rodriguez collaborated with the Geneva College Student Government, Student Athlete Advisor Committee and the Center for Student Engagement to invite all students, faculty and staff to participate in showing their school pride. The festivities were a way of encouraging college spirit around campus as everyone prepared for Homecoming and Family Weekend. 

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The Tyranny of Transition

Although our time at college may include lots of change, each one of us is part of a heritage of learning (not to mention faith) that spans generations—and that includes even small things like The Cabinet. So let’s fight against the tyranny of transitions. Let’s patiently encourage each other to pursue immense goals. And in our writing, our studying, our competing and our performing, let’s strive for a level of excellence that would make past and future generations proud.

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