Winter 2012-13

Lt. H. Christopher Barber, EWC ’82

Lt. H. Christopher Barber, EWC ’82, is excited about the release of his second book, Shadow: A Cat for All Seasons. Released on July 31, this is Christopher’s first children’s book but it is for anyone who loves dreaming and adventure. His first book, Charging Your Mindset, was published in 2011 and discusses the eight […]

Jessica Vaughn Moss, WC ’80

Jessica Vaughn Moss, WC ’80, was appointed by Gov. Nathan Deal to fill the solicitor general vacancy in Cherokee County. Sworn in on Sept. 4, Moss was formerly the chief assistant solicitor-general of the State Court of Cobb County. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Brenau University and law degree from the Walter F. George […]

Mignon Franklin Ballard, WC ’56

Mignon Franklin Ballard, WC ’56, is looking forward to the publication of her 19th novel and the third in the Miss Dimple Mystery Series. Look for Miss Dimple Suspects from St. Martin’s Press in January.

Holly Frederick Reynolds, WC ’39

Holly Frederick Reynolds, WC ’39, was featured in a blog post entitled “Meeting a Heroine for Animals,” written by the president and CEO of the Humane Society of the United States, Wayne Pacelle. He met Reynolds at an event for his book, The Bond, and found it remarkable to be with a woman who had […]

Winter 2012-13

President’s Message Featured Articles Around Campus Articles Sports Alumni Director’s Column In Memory One for the Books Photos Board of Trustees: Peter D. Miller, Chair Philip A. Wilheit Sr., Vice Chair James Anthony Walters, Secretary Carole Ann Carter Daniel, WC ’68, Treasurer Gale Johnson Allen, EWC ’91 Melissa A. Blanchard, A ’88 Raymond H. Burch […]

Brenau Scholar: Ensley Caldwell

ENSLEY CALDWELL, a theater major from Newnan, Ga., has two main goals in life: to travel and to act. Her adventurous life plan isn’t drawn from any particular role models, she says. “I’m just kind of paving my own way.” Ensley chose Brenau because of its outstanding theater program. “I saw a few shows there, […]

Brenau Scholar: Rachel McFarland

RACHEL MCFARLAND will make good use of her outgoing, laid-back personality as the music teacher she is studying to be and in her very first job, as a waitress at Cheddar’s in Gainesville. Rachel has a no-fail attitude about the challenge of balancing work and school. “It helps to schedule out my whole day to […]

Brenau Scholar: Esther Sindler

ESTHER SINDLER hesitates when asked to name her hometown. “There are quite a few hometowns,” she says. “Right now we’re in Flintstone, Ga., but that changes frequently.” Esther is the child of two Christian missionaries. She spent nine years of her life in the African city of Dakar, Senegal. “We didn’t live in a hut […]

Brenau Scholar: Kassidy Locke

KASSIDY LOCKE was steered toward her goal of studying occupational therapy by doing something that most parents do for their children but hardly any children do for their parents: she watched her dad learn to walk. Kassidy’s father, Tommy, has had a degenerative spine disease since Kassidy was in elementary school. This disease dramatically altered […]

Brenau Scholar: Bailey Hicks

BAILEY HICKS said her friends would probably describe her as a “very quirky” person who doesn’t take herself too seriously, but she can switch her upbeat giggle to a furrowed brow of determination very quickly if the need arises. “I can be serious if I need to be, whether on or off the court,” she […]