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Nov 2nd, 2018

Piedmont College Presents Crimes of the Heart

The Piedmont College Theatre will present the much-acclaimed Crimes of the Heart November 15-18. Written by Beth Henley, the 1981 Pulitzer Prize-winning tragicomedy tells the story of the three Magrath sisters who have reunited in Ha (...)

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Nov 2nd, 2018

Piedmont and area high school ensembles set November concerts

Wind ensemble fans have two opportunities to hear music by large and small groups November 10 and November 13 at Habersham High School. The Piedmont Chamber and Wind Ensembles will perform 7:30 p.m., November 10. Directed by Dianasue Walton, (...)

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Nov 2nd, 2018

Piedmont Singers to present ‘Hope of Loving’ in Fall Concert Nov. 8

The Piedmont College Singers’ Fall Concert will feature choral works from the 19th to the 20st century in a program entitled “Hope of Loving.”

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Oct 30th, 2018

Shepherd joins Piedmont Board of Trustees

The Rev. Glenna Shepherd, pastor at Pleasant Hill Community Church in Crossville, Tennessee, has been named to the Piedmont College Board of Trustees. Shepherd, an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ, has served at Pleasant Hill (...)

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Oct 29th, 2018

Piedmont welcomes Zeta Tau Alpha as college’s first Greek organization

Thirty-nine Piedmont students have been initiated in the women’s fraternity Zeta Tau Alpha, opening a new chapter for the college as it launches a Greek Life program. The October 21 installation banquet to welcome the Lambda Rho Chapter (...)

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Oct 26th, 2018

Piedmont ranked among top Georgia colleges

Piedmont College has been ranked the fifth best institution of higher learning in Georgia by Wallet Hub. The popular personal finance website compared nearly 1,000 institutions in a study that gave weighted consideration to costs, financing, and career (...)

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Oct 23rd, 2018

Piedmont to help the hungry with ‘Empty Bowls’ event

Members of the Piedmont College freshman class are again volunteering their time and artistic talents for the annual “Empty Bowls” event to fight hunger. Proceeds from the event will go to The Lord’s Help Soup Kitchen in Cornelia. (...)

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Oct 17th, 2018

Piedmont College to host “Mass Communications Experience” for high school students

Piedmont College is hosting a “Mass Communications Experience” on Wednesday, Nov. 7, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. to introduce high school students to the opportunities in the mass communications field and what Piedmont College has to offer.&nb (...)

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Oct 8th, 2018

Piedmont College to add Music Conservatory

Construction has begun on a new $7.89 million Piedmont College Conservatory of Music that will generate 20,750 square feet of space and help elevate the school’s music program to become one of the finest in the Southeast. Workers are cu (...)

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Sep 17th, 2018

Color, charity and competition

Last Easter, Martha Haynes ’16 lost everything she owned in a housefire. On September 22, her alma mater will sponsor a 5K color run that will raise funds for the non-profit clinic that came to her aid. Grace Gate Clinic, established in (...)

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Sep 10th, 2018

Piedmont College advances in 2019 US News & World Report Rankings

Piedmont College advanced five spots in the annual US News & World Report college rankings, which were published September 10. The p (...)

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Aug 27th, 2018

Piedmont Art Museum Features Works by Eight Artists

“Reflections of a Southern Life: Works on Paper” will be on display August 30 through September 27 at the Piedmont College Mason-Scharfenstein Museum of Art (MSMA). The exhibition was developed by interior designer and curator Suz (...)

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Jun 13th, 2018

Piedmont College and Mercer Law School Form Accelerated JD Program

Piedmont College and Mercer Law School have launched a partnership that will give students the opportunity to earn their bachelors of arts (BA) and juris doctor (JD) degrees in six years. The traditional path to earning a JD degree requires f (...)

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Apr 11th, 2018

A Week to Remember

With activities ranging from poster presentations, a leadership symposium and a tennis match, nearly 400 students participated in a Quality Enhancement Program (QEP) event last week. The activities, organized by a group of students, faculty a (...)

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Feb 28th, 2018

Piedmont, Classic Center Authority and Classic Center Cultural Foundation form HTM program

Piedmont College has partnered with The Classic Center Authority and The Classic Center Cultural Foundation to form a Hospitality & Tourism Management program that will be available at Piedmont’s Athens campus this fall. The Hospita (...)

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