Please join us March 17th- 26th at Hart County High School’s Lonnie Burns Fine Arts Center, as students from Emmanuel College and Hart County High School put on a production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid.
The show opens this Friday evening at 7:30p.m. and will run Saturday evening(7:30p.m.) and Sunday afternoon (2:30p.m.), with encore performances the following weekend with the same start times.
In many ways, an Admissions Recruiter is an ambassador for their college or university, as it’s their job to help the Admissions office make connections with interested students.
For Mackenzie “Mac” Dye, the responsibilities of a Recruiter come easy, as his love for Emmanuel College is evident moments after meeting him.
Anna Kitchens was registered for classes at Kennesaw State University, ready to pursue a degree in Art Education. She had her future all planned out, but then she heard God’s voice.
Halfway through her senior year of high school, Anna, a pastor’s daughter, began her own relationship with the Lord. In that newfound relationship, Anna began to feel a certain uneasiness about her decision to attend Kennesaw State.
Students leave Richard Pettigrew’s Bible classes in the School of Christian Ministries with a new understanding of the word, as Mr. Pettigrew’s passion for and knowledge of each book is evident in how he teaches.
Pettigrew’s relationship with the Lord however wasn’t always this simple.
February is Black History Month; but the members of the Black Empowerment Student Team (B.E.S.T.) aim to celebrate and share their culture every month of the year.
“Our organization promotes power in the lives of African Americans,” says Isaiah Helaire, one of the organization’s Event Coordinators. “Our goal is to get the black community more involved on and off campus.”
Encephalitis almost ended Chris Maxwell’s life. In 1996, Chris was diagnosed with Encephalitis and doctors did not believe he would survive. Although he survived, he now lives with severe brain damage and Epilepsy.
The scar tissue in his brain and life with epilepsy made him – and his family and friends – feel like the life they'd known changed suddenly and permanently.
In the case of most college level athletes, colleges and universities reach out to them, recruiting them to join their team. But in Jerrica Grant’s case, she sought out Emmanuel College by contacting former Cheerleading coach Gigi Bona, knowing that Emmanuel was where she wanted to be.
If you attend an event on Emmanuel’s campus there’s a very good chance you’ll see Ginni Maxwell. As the Director of Campus & Residence Life for EC, Ginni’s job revolves around campus events and residence life, but she goes the extra mile because of her passion for people and building relationships.
Originally from North Carolina, Ginni attended the University of North Carolina, graduating with a degree in Psychology, minoring in Women’s Studies.
Mark Padgett, adjunct professor, teaches intro to law enforcement classes. He received his B.A. in History from Presbyterian College. He received his M.P.A from Columbus State University. He is also a graduate of the Command College and Ga. LEEDS for law enforcement executives. Since 1998, he has taught new Georgia Ranger recruits at the Georgia Police Academy. He retired from the Law Enforcement Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources after nearly 32 years of service. Prior to his law enforcement career, Mark was a high school teacher and coach for 5 years.
Have you ever felt like you needed to be somewhere, at a specific place and time? As though you have an idea of where you should be, but could just never get there?
For EC Senior, Bethany Waldick, she knew that being at Christian College was where she should be, coupled with her passion for music. But finding the right college and getting there, that was the problem.