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2nd Annual Urban Golf Masters

Written by Levi Jubelt. Media by Garrett Streeter. Have you ever thought to yourself that golf is way too hard? Have you ever wanted to play golf, but couldn’t because it was too dang difficult? I mean come on, who can hit a ball of that size. If you answered yes to either of these questions then you’re in luck because there is a sport that addresses these concerns. Urban Golf is a sport that has gained pop ...

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Annual Adapted Sports Olympics

Written by Levi Jubelt. Media by Jack Wang.  At 10 a.m. on Friday, April 24,  the greatest athletes from around the Greenville area came together to face off in a three hour long battle royale. This battle was the Annual Adapted Sports Olympics. A multitude of special-needs youth and adults gathered at the Rec Center in anticipation for a day of fantastic athletic events. Volunteer students helped coach, su ...

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Campus Profile: Senior Recital Experience

Written by Ali Lund. Media by Steven Potter. As a freshman at Greenville College, there was nothing more intimidating than deciding to join the music department. I still remember when the idea of a Senior Recital scared me to death.  The task seemed daunting and unappealing. I had heard horror stories of students failing their juries and having to drop their music majors after years of hard work. But I deci ...

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GC Little Britain Day

Written by Stephanie Rodriguez. Media by Madison Moran. On Monday April 20, Mannoia’s and Holtwick’s CRE, Jakob Adam, hosted an all-day event for President Ivan Filby’s birthday, GC Little Britain Day. The entire campus became British for the day with fun-filled events throughout the day. Some people dressed up as their favorite British characters while many wore their Forever Filby shirts. When asked about ...

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Food and Fiction

Come one, come all! Professor Alexandria LaFaye’s Advanced Creative Writing class will be putting on a public reading of some of the work that they have produced over the last semester. Come hear as your classmates read poetry, fiction, and perform songs. All of the pieces being performed have been written by the individual reading them. Come out and support this group of writers on April 29th at 8:30 in th ...

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Campus Profile: Mosaic Club

Written by: Levi Jubelt; Media by: Steven Potter Have you been to any events over the past year, sponsored by a group called the Mosaic Club? Have you wondered what the Mosaic Club is about? This installment of Campus Profile will inform you of everything you need to know about this organization. The Mosaic Club is a student-led organization that seeks to bring together a variety of people and cultures. The ...

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Housing Lottery

Written by Levi Jubelt. Media by Steven Potter. In the game of housing lottery, you win or you die. There is no middle ground. Okay that might be a little extreme, but participating in the housing lottery can sometimes feel that way. You and a friend or group of friends put all your hopes, dreams, and points into a residence and hope that you make it in. The whole process has created a wide range of opinion ...

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Spring Common Day of Learning Topics

Written by Katie Schmierbach. Media by Steven Potter. At the beginning of each semester at Greenville College, anxious seniors and juniors enroll in COR 401, Capstone Seminar: Advanced Integrative Studies. In this course they must form groups of 5 to 7 students. These groups must reflect a variety of majors while working together to present their project. They must work together in order to create a topic t ...

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Mission Trips this Summer

Written by Cheyenne Klein. Media by Jack Wang. Students of Greenville College do me one favor and get out of the country! The college is presenting us with new mission opportunities now more than ever. Faith Nava is the new leader of the World Outreach and Missions Department and has lined up a lot of new trips. The Dominican Republic (D.R.), Spain, Mexico and Guatemala will all be welcoming Greenville stud ...

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Seven Questions

Written by Levi Jubelt. Media by Garrett Streeter. On Wednesday April 1, the Upper Union hosted a unique event called Seven Questions. This was hosted by Jake Cannon of GCSA who invited the men of GC to come and talk with Kent Krober and Eugene Dunkley about the seven questions every man must face related to identity. Cannon stated that his aspirations for this event were, “to help the guys around me answer ...

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