Every other Wednesday, we meet in the Student Center’s dining hall for the Spanish language table. This informal meeting offers a unique opportunity for students to practice and improve their speaking skills with faculty and other students in a relaxed environment. All Spring Hill students are welcome! Next café of the semester: Wednesday, October 24, 2018, 12:30-1:30 p.m.
Please join the Global Sixties Film Series for our screening of 'I Am Not Your Negro' on Wednesday, October 24. This powerful 2016 documentary uses the life of the late James Baldwin to narrate the history of the civil rights movement as well as the larger question of the role of race in US history. The showing will be followed by a brief discussion. All members of the campus community ...
Thursday, October 18 - Byrne Hall
Come here Dr. Buz Wilcoxon, Senior Pastor at Spring Hill Presbyterian Church, give the next Christus lecture.
The writings of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien have long fascinated readers, and both of their works have been made in epic movies. The faith of these two authors, who were also close friends, influenced their writings in very different ...
Trick or treat special at the Book Nook: All oversized, medical and self-help books are buy one, get one until Halloween!
Book Nook is on the lower level of the Burke Library. The Book Nook is
open from noon until 4 p.m. on Thursdays, and from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. on
PAX, Spring Hill's peace and social justice magazine, is currently seeking submissions for fall 2018. Whether you've written a paper about current events, have facts to share about worldly issues or would like to write a poem relating to social justice, PAX is eagerly awaiting your submissions! Submitted artwork is also encouraged. Help us spread awareness through topics of interest for our school's social justice magazine and ...
Spring Hill College has recently partnered with Educause in order to help faculty and staff with their professional development and education needs. Educause’s programs are available for all members of the institution, including faculty, staff, and students.
From Educause, these programs and services help you:
Stay Informed on Topics, Issues and Trends in Higher Education. Predict, plan and act on the latest trends by using Educause’s cutting edge ...
"Reading the Scriptures with the Mind, Eyes, and Heart of a Woman"
Monday, Jan. 29 | 7 p.m. | Gautrelet Room
Sister Barbara Reid will present 2018 Suarez lecture on feminist biblical interpretation, explaining what biblical interpretation from a woman's perspective is, when it began, how it is used, as well as its importance to both men and women. She will conduct an exercise in interpreting the death and resurrection ...
All faculty and staff are invited to participate in the 2018 Facutly/Staff Retreat on Vocation on Wednesday, May 16, at Stewartfield. The retreat runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a cocktail hour from 5 to 6 p.m.
Explore your own vocational discernment in the community of fellow faculty and staff members. The Faculty/Staff Retreat on Vocation is an opportunity to step back from ...
This is the first Vocation Lunch of the semester! Please note that Vocation Lunches have moved to Tuesdays this term.
Vocation Lunches are an opportunity for Faculty and Staff to host students for meaningful conversations over lunch. The meal in the Cafeteria is provided for Faculty/Staff and any students without a meal plan.