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We are #grateful for our students and alumni, their friends and families and our community. Together we are #BrenauFamily. Happy Thanksgiving!
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Thank you to all of our student veterans and all veterans across the United States for your courage and sacrifice.

The lawn of the Owens Building is covered in these pinwheels each representing a student veteran.

#veteransday #veterans
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Shout out to Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Tonya Scott! Thanks for helping us make this video about our Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Certification.
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“This is a big step for us, said Khalid Ibrahim, president of ON Language and center director for the ON Language site in Gainesville. “For most language schools, this is the most critical point in their development. It takes most schools longer, but we did an accelerated process because we had experience at other language schools.”
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Congratulations to all 2018 Brenau University Alumni Hall of Fame inductees!

Nancy Rogers Reynolds, a 1970 graduate of Brenau Academy and 1973 graduate of the Women’s College, was named Academy Alumna of the Year. Jeff Seiple, Brenau class of 1990, received the Community Service Award, and Dr. India Rose, Women’s College class of 2006, received the Professional Achievement Award. Dr. Jennifer Allison, three-time graduate of Brenau, received the Service to Brenau Award, and Marjorie Uys Edenfield, class of 2012, received the Young Alumna Award.

Kathy Amos, two-time graduate of Brenau and executive director of Brenau’s Center for Lifetime Study, John Rudio, 1998 graduate, and Frances “Shay” English Stafford, 1969 graduate, were inducted into the Alumni Hall of Fame.

Thank you for making Brenau proud! We're proud to call you Brenau University Alumni.

See more from homecoming at https://brena.us/2y9tD9g
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We had a great time hosting Georgia Softball this Saturday. Thank you to everyone who came out. See more photos at https://brena.us/2QYnp4I.
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Beginning today, Monday, Sept. 24, the city of Gainesville and Brenau have partnered to start running the Main Street Shuttle as an answer to the parking limitations around the Brenau Downtown Center and the city square.

More than 1,000 public parking spaces have been identified in and around downtown Gainesville, and the free shuttle will make stops at specific locations every 15 minutes. Download the map (PDF) of the parking lots and shuttle stops at https://brena.us/2xO8MYP. All the locations are clearly marked with “Downtown Shuttle” signage.

The shuttle will run from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. The city anticipates that shuttle passengers will be more heavily concentrated in the city employee lots from 7 to 7:45 a.m., so those stops will be frequented more often until the Brenau students start to arrive at the other stops.

There will be a learning curve in this new service, but we are pleased to be able to offer a solution during the construction on the Main Street parking deck.
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Brenau to host UGA in softball exhibition

For the first time in program history, the Brenau University Golden Tigers softball team will host the University of Georgia in an exhibition doubleheader on Saturday, Sept. 22. The games will be played at 1 and 3 p.m. at Brenau’s Ernest Ledford Grindle Athletics Park, 1854 Jesse Jewell Parkway SE in Gainesville, Georgia.

Brenau Athletic Director Mike Lochstampfor said that while this is a first for the Golden Tigers, the two programs do have a history.

“We have done this before in other sports but never in softball,” he said. “Both UGA and our softball coaches recruit the state very heavily, so we have players that have played with UGA players on travel teams in the past, so we have connections already established.”

Lochstampfor said, as both teams are in their offseasons, the exhibition will not count on a win-loss record. “But it is obviously a game both teams want to play well in,” he said.

Admission is free, and Brenau plans to have several vendors on site for the game. Overflow parking will be available at New Holland Church. Check brenautigers.com for more information.
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Congratulations to Brenau's Soccer team who defeated Life University yesterday 3-2. Great way to start the season!
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