There’s an old saying that says, “if you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans.” For EC Athletic Director, Nate Moorman, having God interrupt his plans was exactly what he needed.
Moving from place to place during his childhood, Nate lived in quite few states before settling down in Tennessee. Residing there, he attended Carson-Newman College where he majored in History & Secondary Education.
Besides getting an education, Nate was also at Carson-Newman to wrestle. Nate was ranked nationally and had a job offer lined up once he graduated.
With the holiday season upon us, Americans are preparing to brave the blustery winter weather and holiday traffic to begin their Christmas shopping. Throughout the past decade, Christmas shopping online has become a popular alternative, with Amazon.com viewed as the most widely used website with 51% of Americans claiming to use its services during the holiday season.
In May, Daniel Carter walked across the stage at the John W. Swails Center earning his bachelor’s degree in Sports Management. Unlike many of the other graduates in the class of 2016, Daniel had already found success in his dream job as the Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach at Columbia College.
Hosea 4:6a (KJV) says, “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.” While many people believe this verse only relates to scripture, it transcends so much more than sole knowledge of the Bible. Because Ryan Woodzell understood that this verse applies to more than just knowledge of the Bible but to all areas of life, Ryan sought knowledge that would prepare him for life in the form of a Psychology degree.
Matthew 4:19 says “Then He said to them, “Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men (NKJV).”
But how can you follow someone when you have no idea where you’re going?
For Jon Campbell, Wellons Hall Residence Director, the story of the prodigal son was his life. But that story ended once Jon allowed himself to become a part of God’s story instead.
Growing up in Athens, Ga., Jon attended North Oconee High School. A year later, he transferred to Athens Christian where he graduated in 2008.
Many students dream of packing up their bags and moving to Los Angeles or New York City after graduation to work in the entertainment industry. For Sara Ray, this is her reality as she currently serves as the assistant to the Showrunner of the CBS hit show, “Madam Secretary”.
Growing up in Royston, it was a given when the time came for Sara to choose a college that she would attend Emmanuel.
Majoring in Communication Studies and minoring in English, Sara had an instant interest in journalism.
A native of New Zealand, Rachel Burge knew nothing about Emmanuel College when she began getting recruited by Coach Rodney Estrada to join the Archery team just a month and a half before the school year began. However, she had a good feeling about it, knowing God was calling her to be here.
Please join us November 4th and 5th at 7:30p.m. in Taylor Chapel as students from Emmanuel College and Hart County High School put on a production of William Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet.
Winter 2016 and Spring 2017 Terms Ordering Information
Book order start date: October 10
- Book orders for Winter Term and Spring term will be taken starting Monday, October 10th.
- To order, visit http://ec.ecampus.com
Order early! If you wait until first of the semester, then shipping problems and delays in using texts by the first day of class are potentially compounded. Also, prices on books may rise if you wait too long. It is important to have your books by the first day of class, especially for the Winter Term, but for Spring as well!
Order Instructions: There is a new and easy way to order now! Here’s how:
- Once you input your schedule for either Winter or Spring Term, go into CRIS.
- Click on either the Go to Spring schedule or Go to Winter Term schedule link
- At the bottom of your class schedule and you will see a green button entitled “Click here for eCampus Book list”. Click on that.
- You will see all your books from all your classes in one place. Choose the books you want to order and go from there.
Alternate Order instructions:
- There are step-by-step how-to-order instructions available by clicking on the middle section of the web site (ec.ecampus.com)
- You can choose one class at a time with this approach.
Shipping: Remember that you can have books shipped to your personal mailing address, OR to the college. Remember these two things:
- If shipped via the US Postal Service, books will be held by the Postal service until you come and pick them up.
- If shipped via UPS, books will be able to picked up in Aaron 103 (Contact person: Lucinda James, Receptionist).
Book buying options: full-text new or used purchases, rentals, marketplace comparison shopping, etc., are available for most texts.
- For many texts, you will have a choice as to how you want to purchase.
- Your professor may have put a restriction on the books you buy. For example, lab manuals and certain other texts may only be bought new.
- If there is a possibility that eCampus cannot provide one of your texts, the website will indicate as much. Read carefully for each book you are buying its availability.
Financial Aid Vouchers:
- If you have a financial aid voucher amount available, then you will be able to order using that voucher for payment.
- Check with the Student Accounts office (Ms. Rebecca Bruce, 706-245-2807) if you have questions
Book buyback options: eCampus will be on campus during finals week (for 1 or 2 days) to buy back books. For information regarding dates or times, click here.
Move on When Ready students: You will handle all your purchases through the EC Library. See Austina Jordan (Director) or Deborah Millier (Associate Director).
Questions? Contact Dr. John Henzel, firstname.lastname@example.org or 706-245-2832. Thanks!
EC Support and IT Specialist Leo Satara is a problem solver. When he was a child he would tear apart his television set only to try and put it back together, and had a passion for fixing things. Here at Emmanuel, he does just that making him this week’s Faculty & Staff Spotlight.
Originally from Former Yugoslavia, Satara dreamed of playing basketball in the United States. As a teenager in the 90’s his country broke out in a Civil War and all teenage boys were required to serve in the military for one year once they turned 18, something Satara was not eager to do.