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April 3, 2019

A Year of Celebration in the English Department

The Geneva College English Department has the privilege of celebrating both the literature and the people who have been instrumental in helping students understand the question of what it means to be human. At the annual Geneva Reading Series, which takes place April 5, 2019 at 7 p.m. in John White Chapel, these conveyances will be honored. 

Higher Education Humanities and Liberal Arts Program Spotlight

April 9, 2018

Annual Dr. Byron I. Bitar Memorial Lecture in Philosophy

Geneva College’s Philosophy Program is pleased to present the 2018 Dr. Byron I. Bitar Memorial Lecturer, Christian philosopher, John F. Crosby on Monday, April 9 at 7 p.m. in Skye Lounge in the Student Center.

Higher Education Humanities and Liberal Arts

March 13, 2018

Academic Minors: The Little Brother of a College Education

Taking on a minor, or two, is one way to gain verifiable qualifications in an area that either complements your major or expands your skills beyond your major.

Continuing Education Graduate Studies Higher Education Humanities and Liberal Arts

February 28, 2018

Courage to Conquer Grad School

Now that I’ve navigated the transition to grad school—and talked with many other Geneva alumni who’ve done the same thing—I can assure you that it’s possible. If you’re thinking of taking the grad school plunge, the core values of a Geneva College education will prepare you to excel.

Campus Life Humanities and Liberal Arts

February 9, 2018

Justice Week 2018: Encountering Refugees

Geneva College celebrates Justice Week, an important event on the Geneva campus. Justice week is an opportunity for the Geneva community to come together to pray, learn and to develop a deeper understanding of the concept of biblical justice.

Humanities and Liberal Arts The College

August 11, 2017

My Favorite Class at Geneva College

If anyone had reason to feel challenged, it was me. I took my first humanities class as one of three night classes in the spring semester of my freshman year. But what happened was surprising.

Study Abroad Humanities and Liberal Arts

August 7, 2017

7 Reasons Why You Should Study Abroad

If you are contemplating studying abroad but have a seed of doubt, this post is for you. From a student who has studied abroad, trust me, you will not regret it. Why not? Here are 7 reasons why you.

Higher Education Humanities and Liberal Arts The College

June 13, 2017

Here's the biggest reason liberal arts still matter

The darkness many of us feel today, in an age marked by so vicious and spurious a form of "realism," may in part be the fruit of the liberal arts fading among us, leaving us, inevitably, less free.

Higher Education Humanities and Liberal Arts

May 3, 2017

What It Means to Be a Liberal Arts Student

Liberal arts education means learning how to think critically through the daily mundane and beautiful parts of life to better your community and the people around you.

Higher Education Humanities and Liberal Arts

March 27, 2017

Why Everyone Should Take a Public Speaking Course

Learning the basics of public speaking can greatly benefit your educational growth. There are several ways in which public speaking skills can be beneficial to any college student in any field of study.

Humanities and Liberal Arts

September 17, 2016

In the Culture, Not of the Culture

How do Christians engage with the culture in a way that is loving while maintaining purity? It’s a tough question that Christians don’t always get right. Just because it is tough, doesn’t mean Christians shouldn’t try to find the right balance.

Humanities and Liberal Arts President's Desk

August 27, 2016

Father, Where Is the Lamb?

Geneva College Chapel, Wednesday February 10, 2016, Interim President Bill Edgar

Humanities and Liberal Arts

July 29, 2016

History Hasn’t Gone Away; It’s Just Morphed Into Narcissism

Today professional historians lament the few numbers of students who choose to study History. Who doesn’t want more majors? What has happened? Our loves have changed.