Loveable Kittens Need A Home

Loveable orange and white kittens.“My mom recently took-in an abandoned, pregnant cat who now has four orange and white kittens that need to be adopted,” said Kayla Moore, administrative assistant to the associate provost.  They are four to five weeks old, eating soft food and successfully learning to use the litter box.

They are confident the kittens are three boys and a girl.  Contact Kayla at if you are interested in adopting a furry friend or two.

Angel and Tiger Need a Home

AngelTigerTwo sweet cats, Angel and Tiger, need a new home since Center for Greek Life and Campus Traditions Director Debbie Thompson will be moving into a rental that does not allow pets. They are 6 years old and have been together since adoption from the Humane Society. Angel and Tiger are indoor cats, very healthy and are wonderful company.

Please consider making them part of your family or helping Debbie find them a loving home. Email Debbie at


Graduation Ferns for Sale

The large ferns used for decoration during graduation week activities are now available to purchase for $15 each. Check out the 14 remaining ferns on the front lawn of the Gainesville campus near the Crows Nest. 

To purchase, contact Jo Ann Hause at 770-534-6119 or Make checks out to Brenau University and send payment to Angie Graham in Accounting.

‘Rich’ Part-time Gig for Student: Job with Alumna Author

Brenau Hall of Fame alumna Ronda Rich Tinker, the award-winning columnist and author, seeks an undergraduate or graduate student for steady part-time work as a personal assistant at her home in Clermont, Ga. The position is a paid gig with a possibility for onsite living quarters in a cottage on her property. The work may also include some assistance for her husband, John Tinker, who is a television drama writer and executive producer. If you know a student who is interested, have them check the full posting on the Brenau Career Services Jobs Board.

Stair-Stepper For Sale

The Brenau Fitness Center has an older stair-stepper for sale that is being retired from our aerobic equipment.  It still works fine, just needs a battery. You can check it out in the aerobic area.  Email you offer or any questions to Gary Hatfield, Fitness Center Director, Best offer accepted.