Stronger Together: Reinhardt’s community dialogues on race

By Kimberlee Smith Reinhardt’s Stronger Together series is a community discussion centered on race. Panelists knowledgeable about specific topics lead the discussions. These sessions respond to the Black Lives Matter movement,

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Dr. Mark Roberts becomes Reinhardt’s University’s 21st president

On April 7, Reinhardt’s Board of Trustees announced that Dr. Mark Roberts will become the university’s 21st president. Reinhardt hired Roberts in 2013 as the vice president for academic affairs

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Survey Says! Student’s thoughts on Spring Break 2021

By Kinleigh Stancil     Camping or swimming? The beach or the lake? Staying home or traveling? Find out what Reinhardt students said in our 2021 spring break survey.   The survey’s

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Podcast for the Girls: RU Edition

By: Jordan Chiarelli We are calling all Reinhardt University girls! This podcast is for you! Fashion editor Jordan Chiarelli and Education student Catherine Lee sit down and discuss life at

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ZTA Rush Week at RU

The ladies of Zeta Tau Alpha. Photo Credit: Jordan Chiarelli. By: Jordan Chiarelli Professional connections, support, lifelong friendships, and sisterhood—that’s what Greek life is all about. It’s the reason many college students

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PHOTO ESSAY: A tour of Reinhardt’s campus

By Celestin Chung Beautification Day   Students helped to clean and freshen up the Shade Garden near the Bell Tower on the Reinhardt University campus by planting beautiful pansies.   As you stroll from

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The Scoop with Jordan Chiarelli | Pushing through a global pandemic: A student’s perspective

“The Scoop with Jordan Chiarelli” is a talk series hosted by beat and fashion editor Jordan Chiarelli. COVID-19 has drastically changed the way college students live and learn. Beat reporter

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Girl Chat : Online learning and COVID-19

“GIRL CHAT” is a panel featuring the women of the Eagle Eye who are all going through the college experiences. The hosts bring their unique perspectives to topics ranging from

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Election Day: International students’ perspectives  

Philip Frowis, Leonardo Fagioli, and Victor Profit in Atlanta. Photo Credit: Philp Frowis Guest Editorial  Philip Frowis     As international students at Reinhardt University, we knew George W. Bush. We knew Barack

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Why I Voted!

Melody Lorenz. I voted. Who says young people don’t vote?  Election Day is three days away, and early voting numbers are bananas. Over 80 million people have voted. According to the findings

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