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Monthly Archives: January 2012

Campus Preview Weekend: March 22-24, 2012 Posted on Jan, 31, 12

This exciting weekend is designed for you to experience college life at TFC alongside many other prospective students who will be visiting. We have several activities and special events planned that will give you a good idea of what it’s … Continued

Lady Eagles Lose Posted on Jan, 31, 12

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by Jason Mehl Director of Sports Information Apart from two lop-sided losses to scholarship schools, the Lady Eagles of Toccoa Falls College (5-11) have been in the position to win all of their last 11 games. They have won four … Continued

TFC Hosts R.A. Forrest Scholarly Lecture – Feb. 9 Posted on Jan, 30, 12

Toccoa Falls College proudly announces the inaugural R.A. Forrest Scholarly Lecture: “For the Sake of the Story: Doctrine and Discernment in Reading C. S. Lewis,” presented by Donald T. Williams, Ph. D. The event will be held on February 9 … Continued

TFC Sponsors Art Show, February 6 – 10 Posted on Jan, 30, 12

Creations

The School of Arts and Sciences at Toccoa Falls College is sponsoring a campus-wide art show exhibiting the artistic expressions of students, faculty, and staff. The show will be held Monday, February 6, through Friday, February 10, from 10 a.m. … Continued

Hammocks in Winter? Posted on Jan, 27, 12

Hammocks

What better way to enjoy the beautiful campus of Toccoa Falls College and the great weather northeast Georgia has to offer than from a hammock? Even though the season may be Winter, the weather isn’t looking that way. TFC students … Continued

Baseball Season Prep Posted on Jan, 25, 12

Stretching

TFC’s baseball team is well underway in training for the 2012 season. The Eagles were the 2009 and 2011 NCCAA National Champions. The Eagles went undefeated in the NCCAA Div. II World Series held May 11-14, 2011 and have won two … Continued

Tough Loss for Eagles Posted on Jan, 23, 12

by Jason Mehl Director of Sports Information Last week the Toccoa Falls College basketball team (3-9) lost at Western Carolina University, 141-39, becoming one of only four teams in the history of college basketball to lose a game by more … Continued