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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...

The Eye of the Storm

By Emily Wells It has been two weeks since Hurricane Florence hit the Carolinas. Here in Montreat, life continued on as normal, except for two days of rain and a short power outage. The eastern part of our state, though, was not as fortunate. Florence dropped a...

Preparing for Life After College

By Emily Wells Many Montreat College students use their summer break from school to prepare for life after college, participating in internships and learning new skills in their field. Two Montreat students, Abigail Kernahan and Madeline Sides, secured high-level...

Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

By Anastasia Howland “Won’t you be my neighbor?” These words, from the beloved children’s TV show, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood—and recent documentary of the same name, served as the theme of this fall semester’s Residence Life training and preparation for new student...