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New Orleans Mission Trip

Written by Sylvia Haygood. Media by Jack Wang.  A group of students from Greenville College spent their Spring Break in New Orleans. Most people would assume that this was for rest and relaxation but on the contrary the group went into the mission field and worked with Reach Global to help Hurricane Katrina victims and others whom have been effected by natural disasters. The group split up, going to four si ...

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St. Louis Mission Trip

Written by Shelby Riddle. Media by Jack Wang.  Over Spring Break, Greenville College students’ Beth Watkins, Emma Maurer, Ellen Lu, and I went to New City Fellowship – a church in St. Louis, Missouri. We worked with the organization CityLights to do mission work for the week. We planned on doing yard work, painting and house repairs, however, the tasks assigned were much different than anticipated. The majo ...

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CC@GC: In Time

Written by Levi Jublet. Media by Steven Potter. Greenville College students flocked over to the Globe Theater on March 11 to a viewing of In Time shown free courtesy of CC@GC. This was the first CC@GC event of the semester and students were eager to head on over for a night of fun and entertainment CC@GC stands for Cinematic Conversations and is run by Jake Amundson. It’s a time when students come together ...

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Treking a Texas Trail

Article by Claire Sattler. Media by Steven Potter. Grimy, frightening, and exhausting: these are some words often associated with backpacking. However, when thinking of the backpacking trip I will soon be taking, I think of words like exhilarating, nature, and community. This spring break, the HPRA210 class will be driving about 15 hours south to backpack at Sam Houston National Forest in Texas. Our journey ...

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Spoken Word, Poetry, and Hip Hop Night

Written by Levi Jubelt. Media by Jack Wang. The Blackroom held its second Open Mic Night of the semester on March 3. Ben Barber was the MC, master of ceremonies of the evening with PeteSnacks as the house DJ. The stage was open to all spoken word, poetry, and hip hop artists who wanted to show off their work. Some performed to express themselves with some serious art while others performed just to have a go ...

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Burritt CRE: Kelsey Groves and Keli Totton

Written by Emily Foster. Media by Jack Wang. When one thinks of Emily Humpherys, many things may come to mind. First, there’s her phenomenal chicken tortilla soup and her chocolate chip cookie recipe that has been perfected over the span of three years. One may also think of balloons flying through the air, walks at Patriot’s Park, intentional relationship, and spontaneous adventure. After four years of pou ...

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Campus Profile: GC Color Guard

Article by: Tracey Siivola and Emelia Ferrero; Media by: Steven Potter Have you seen some girls on campus who walk around with 6 foot flags from time to time? Wondered where they go and what they’re doing with flags taller than them? Well to answer your questions they are none other than your G.C. Guard team! Members of a guard team interpret musical pieces through dance, flags, and rifles as performance ar ...

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Campus Profile: Joyous Chaos

Written by Levi Jubelt, Media by Jack Wang The improv group Joyous Chaos performed their first show of the semester Feb. 25 in Ladue Auditorium. The group consists of many comedic geniuses such as Andy Anderson, Mikhaela Romoser, Nate Bjorge, Will Florian, Rachel Walton, Andrew Perkett, Rachel Rousseau, Eddie Allison, Roman Butler, and Caleb Hammon. Each member is greatly skilled at improv and they seamless ...

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Christian Life Week

Written by Cheyenne Klein. Media by Steven Potter.     During the celebration of Christian Life Week, Greenville College invited Reverend David Hawkins to be the guest speaker. Hawkins is pastor of Living the Word Church Fellowship in Collinsville, IL. During this week, he continued with the theme of speaking on the “I Am” statements of Jesus. On Monday, the lively preacher spoke of the “I Am” sta ...

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Cicero’s Sunday Night Talent

Article by: Morgan Johnson; Media by: Steven Potter Where were you at 6:30 p.m. on the 22nd of February?  Well, if you didn’t say Cicero’s then you’re out of luck.  Saint Louis exploded with talent represented by our very own Greenville College students from the band LED, and headliner Tyler Bradford Wright. Opening for Tyler Bradford Wright was the group LED.  A pop band filled with a variety of young tale ...

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