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Leading in Faith

By Paul Gratton, Director of Montreat College Adult and Graduate Business Programs Something I have found as I teach the topic of leadership as part of the Montreat College Masters in Management and Leadership (MSML) degree is that many students (and I think people,...

An Autumn Recipe for Relaxation

By Anastasia Howland It’s that time of year again—when the leaves become the many colors of an artist’s palette and pumpkin spice lattes are available at any and every coffeeshop in town. That’s right, it’s officially fall! I suppose it’s technically fall as soon as...

Montreat Meets DerbyCon

By Anastasia Howland During the weekend of October 5-7, Montreat College sophomore Sam Brown and seniors Kenny Summerow and Sam Cleveland, along with Montreat cybersecurity professor Greg Sayadian, traveled to Louisville, Kentucky to attend DerbyCon—one of the largest...

Jonathan Merritt Comes to Chapel

By Emily Wells On Wednesday, October 3, Montreat College hosted Jonathan Merritt as the week’s chapel speaker. Merritt is an award-winning journalist, writing on religion, politics, and culture. He has written for Buzzfeed, The New York Times, The Atlantic, and has...

Shakespeare Comes To Town

By Anastasia Howland Montreat College’s theater program will put on William Shakespeare’s As You Like It this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, October 11-13, at 7 p.m. in the Louan Gideon Theatre (first floor of Belk Student Center). It will be directed by Professor of...

Students in Service: Brad Wilder

By Emily Wells Following Hurricane Florence’s recent devastation of North Carolina’s coastal areas, I have heard many Montreat College students say that they wish there was something they could do to help the thousands that have been misplaced and affected. Beyond...