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Campus Life

December 7, 2017

A New Ingredient in Geneva Food Service

The campus food service at Geneva College is now in the very skilled hands of new Head Chef Tom Schlotter of Pioneer Catering. Schlotter has more than 30 years’ experience in restaurant and campus food service, but he brings a new perspective to food preparation and presentation that will benefit all students, faculty and staff at the college.

Biblical Wisdom

December 1, 2017

The wicked flee when no one pursues...

Really? The wicked flee, and righteous people are bold as lions? Many Psalms lament the success of the wicked. Bullies often rule school playgrounds. Bad guys win their share of wars. So how is this proverb true?

Graduate Studies

November 30, 2017

The Caring Place – Childhood Grief Awareness Day

The event at The Caring Place taught us future counselors a lot about how children grieve. Each child needs reassurance as they continue to experience the spiral of grief.

Adult Students

November 27, 2017

Considering a Spring Enrollment? Four Questions to Ponder Before You Commit

With the increasing number of non-traditional students, it is important to consider several things before making the decision to enroll.

Everyday Living

November 24, 2017

Shop 'til You Drop

Instead of experiencing an extra measure of peace and joy at Christmastime, people are feeling anxiety and pressure to spend their money on gifts. And most people don’t want to feel this way.

Campus Life

November 20, 2017

10 Ways to Give Thanks if You Can't Get Home for Thanksgiving

Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God's will for you in Jesus Christ. 1 Thessalonians 5:18

Campus Life

November 17, 2017

Reading Others: Are You Building Up or Tearing Down?

Don’t judge a book by its cover. Applying this metaphoric advice means resisting what is easy. It is easy to judge, single out others’ imperfections and tear people down. All of us are at risk for giving in to this ugly urge of judging others in an unkind, ungodly way.

Career

November 15, 2017

Unlimited Career Opportunities with a Computer Information Systems Degree from Geneva

If you have a passion for computers, programming or software design, Geneva's new computer information systems degree will get prepare you for the exciting career that awaits you!

Campus Life

November 13, 2017

The Five Best Things about Residence Life

As my freshman year unfolded, I found residence life to be a lot of fun, and I have many good memories of my time at Memorial Hall. Here are the five best things about residence life at Geneva College.

Campus Life

November 11, 2017

The Notebook: Finding Your Love at Geneva College

So, the questions must be asked: How can I find my love at Geneva College? Does everyone graduate with a ring on their finger? What happens to the ones who don’t?

Faith

November 9, 2017

Appreciating Your Freedoms on World Freedom Day

“Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom.” - 2 Corinthians 3:17 (NIV)

Everyday Living

November 7, 2017

Why giving blood gives back

Giving blood is an excellent way to help others in need, and everyone can help in some way. Blood donations are constantly needed for hospital patients; every two seconds someone in the United States needs blood. One donation can help many patients and Power Red donations help even more patients

College Admissions

November 3, 2017

More College Affordability with New Grants & Scholarships

With continuing economic pressure on colleges, students and their parents, new students at Geneva College have some new options for Grants and Scholarships that reflect the school’s continued focus on making education affordable.

Biblical Wisdom

November 1, 2017

Do not boast about tomorrow...

Despite constant future-telling failure, people still want to know the future. The less sober read their daily horoscope or go to fortunetellers. The college educated trust climate scientists and writers of books like Professor Ehrlich’s 1968 book "The Population Bomb." What is the Lord’s advice about such prophets? Ignore them.

College Admissions

October 31, 2017

First-Generation College Students: Research, Apply, Accept, Enroll!

With so many options in the world to choose for college, finding the one that best suits you can be overwhelming. Here are some tips to help you along your journey.

Campus Life

October 30, 2017

4 Maxims to Live by in College

In college, I learned a lot about the subject of “me.” I’ve boiled down what I’ve learned about myself into these four maxims that I hope can help anyone who is in or headed to college.

Program Spotlight

October 27, 2017

Integrating Your Christian Faith Into Your Business Life

As Christians, we are called to be image bearers of Christ in every area of life. As Christian business owners and entrepreneurs, you should hold yourself to a higher standard of ethical and moral behavior.

Program Spotlight

October 23, 2017

5 Ways to Impact Future Generations with Your Christian Faith and Higher Education Degree

As Christians, we are called to serve and be fishers of men. Education is a field that directly impacts future generations and created an opportunity to instill the gospel into the future leaders of the world.

Higher Education

October 19, 2017

In Praise of Challenging Academics

During any given academic career, most students will have ups and downs. But it doesn't have to break you; if you adjust and persevere, the experience can make you a better student.

Biblical Wisdom

October 17, 2017

Celebrating a Biblically Based Conflict Resolution Day

Inevitably we all will face conflict in our lives. While it has historically is viewed in a negative light, we see it a tool to not only grow our faith but cultivate fruitful relationships as well.