You Are Here: Home » Campus

The Man, The Myth, The Musician: Jairin Schad

Written and media by Taylor Harpster. In the realm of music on Greenville University's campus, there are a lot of bands and solo musicians that play and occasionally write the kinds of things you like to listen to. From country music to rap, or even dubstep, a wide variety of music genres are represented. Throughout the years, GU has been home to a quite a few talented musicians, such as Jars of Clay and ma ...

Read more

Coming Together in Worship: Without Ceasing

Written by Paige Stanley. Media by Ethan Maurer. “Rejoice always. Do not quench the spirit. In everything give thanks. Pray without ceasing” 1 Thessalonians 5: 16-17. This is the verse that led students back in 2009 to put on the awesome event at Greenville University called Without Ceasing. This event lasts 12 hours through the night which gives the chance for students to really connect with God on a deepe ...

Read more

Meet the CRE: Rebecca Munshaw

Written by Mary Krauss. Media by Ethan Maurer. Coordinators of Residence Education (CREs) play an important role at Greenville in leading the Resident Chaplains (RCs) and their residents to work together. Without them, things wouldn’t run smoothly and a lot of people would be lost. Thanks to the CREs, we’re able to have fun events and a better time as students here. Do you know your CRE? Allow us to introdu ...

Read more

Meet the ResLife Director: Naomi Brown

Written by Paige Stanley. Media by Ethan Maurer. Do you ever find yourself wondering, who is the person who makes living on campus so beneficial? Well, there is a hard and dedicated woman on campus named Naomi Brown whose job is exactly that. She is in charge of Residence Life. Being in charge of Residence Life means handling housing situations such as the housing lottery, managing room assignments, and so ...

Read more

Knitting for a Purpose

Written by Miranda Coffee. Media by Ethan Maurer. As the winter season starts to show on Greenville's campus, we all think about bundling up in warm coats, boots, and hats. Something else you could use to stay warm this winter is a handmade scarf. Now you may be thinking, "where can I get a good handmade scarf around here?" One person on campus is using her knitting skills for a cause and is on the way to r ...

Read more

Joyous Chaos: A Night of Laughs

Written by Paige Stanley. Media by Ethan Maurer. If you attend Greenville University then you have definitely heard of Joyous Chaos. If you do not know what this is, then here some important information. Joyous Chaos is a group of students that come together once a month to put on an Improv Show. Usually, the members are told a scenario and they must think quick to act it out in the best and funniest way th ...

Read more

A Gospel Lovin’ Campus

Written by Paige Stanley. Media by Ethan Maurer. One of the great things about attending Greenville University is the fact we can come together and worship God. GospelFest allows us to do exactly that. Every year for the past three years, Greenville University has had multiple St. Louis artists to come and lead a night of worship for the students, faculty, and even the community. On November 3, students joi ...

Read more

Tuning Out Stigma: A Story of Overcoming Oneself

Written by Kyle Spriggs. Media by Coleton Gensler and Kyle Spriggs. On November 6, Greenville University hosted a program sponsored by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) called "Tuning Out Stigma," a nationally recognized program that is showcased through NAMI’s national magazine. This program brought Theresa San Luis to the stage to tell her story with the intention to dispel myths about mental ...

Read more

Meet the CRE: Niquita Hohm

Written by Miranda Coffee. Media by Ethan Maurer. The CREs of Greenville make everything more fun for the dorms and students that attend the University. They create events, plan exciting new things to try out, and make sure they get to know most or everyone in their building. Do you really know your CRE though? I had the wonderful opportunity of interviewing Burritt Hall’s new CRE, Niquita Hohm, and what sh ...

Read more

A Spooky Night in Greenville

Written by Paige Stanley. Media by Ethan Maurer. Nothing screams fall more than bonfires, haunted houses, and root beer kegs. Recently, GSGA put on the first annual Oktoberfest, and it was a huge hit. The GU band and cheerleaders also put on a haunted house for everyone. Oktoberfest had rows of food such as brats and makings to fix s’mores. The biggest hit of the night was the root beer kegs. Live music was ...

Read more

                                                                       © 2017 Powered By GvilleDM

Scroll to top