Born within months of Reinhardt’s opening in 1883, Dorothy Rogers Tilly spent her life advocating for the civil rights of minorities, eventually working alongside Eleanor Roosevelt and earning an appointment to the National Women’s Committee for Civil Rights. “She is a powerful example of the importance of women’s roles in changing social views, and her…

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Dr. Cheryl Brown, professor of sociology, began her journey at Reinhardt University in fall 2012, and has been inspiring and mentoring both students and colleagues alike through her passion for travel and sociology ever since. “I love the moment in class when students ‘get it.’ They are able to see their world on multiple levels…

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By Jordan Beach Most days, Reinhardt University’s Hill Freeman Library is a quiet place for students to work on projects and assignments, but one Wednesday a month, Karen Mathews, director of Vocation and Career Services transforms the third floor into a career fair. Through the time she spends making connections between soon-to-be graduates and potential…

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By Madelyn Montgomery Taylor Asher came to Reinhardt University with a determination and will to succeed as she was already making her first steps toward her dream of being a physical therapist. Grades were always important to Asher – she knew they would have to be great to get into a good physical therapy program.…

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