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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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Campus Profile: Pursuit – GC Worship Teams

Article by: Tyler Wright; Media by: Steven Potter "You don’t have to look far to see hurting or broken people—I’m often among them. Pursuit is a platform to tell people from all walks of life, ‘Look to God; He changes everything.’ We know the gospel message, but we easily forget and need to be reminded.” - Nathan Kriebel Pursuit is a multifaceted program made up of six different teams, responsible for plann ...

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Student Senate Meeting

Written by Squirrel Rauch, Media by Jack Wang Have you heard the rumors about Burritt being torn down and turned into a gladiator arena? Or how about the one where Joy hall is becoming a girl’s residence hall?  If you have heard these rumors you may want to find your nearest senator and have them help you sort this out.   In our most recent weekly senate meeting, on February 18th, Tim Caldwell talked t ...

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Chinese Spring Festival

Written by Levi Jublet, Media by Jack Wang On February 20, GCSA invited the GC community to come out and celebrate the Chinese Spring Festival/New Year in the Upper Union. It was adorned with red decorations to bring in the Year of the Goat in accordance to typical Chinese tradition. GCSA also had multiple stations set up for the evening such as calligraphy, history lessons, a quiz, and a make your own dump ...

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Student Elections for GCSA President and VP

Written by Gabrielle Adams, Media by Jack Wang Every year on February 16, the United States takes a day to recognize and celebrate the Presidents accomplishments and triumphs throughout history. Greenville College participates and promotes leadership on this holiday by holding student elections for the GCSA President and Vice President. This is highly important because GCSA is established to help bridge the ...

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Campus Profile: Jacob Amundson

Written by Levi Jublet, Media by Jack Wang Campus Profile is here to give you a closer look inside your favorite professor here on campus or possibly one you didn’t even know taught here. Many professors may have interesting backgrounds or hobbies that we have no idea about. They may have stories from their years of teaching or from their past that are wildly entertaining. Campus Profile seeks to uncover th ...

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John Perkins: A Biblical Response Towards Race and Reconciliation

Written by Andrea Freeman. Media by Steven Potter. Greenville College had the great honor of hosting Civil Rights icon, and Christian leader, Dr. John Perkins, and his grandson (Big John) on campus. Throughout the week, a plethora of events were offered to the campus and the community. Among them, I was fortunate to attend 3: The Selma screening and conversation, Vespers with Big John, and a colloquium held ...

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Swing Dance

Written by: Morgan Johnson, Media by: Steven Potter   What a blast from the past. Friday, February 13th, the night before Valentine’s Day, the Greenville College Student Association hosted a romantic evening of swing dancing. The most intriguing part about this soiree was how open it was to the community. Several couples from all around the Greenville area flocked to the dining commons on this unique e ...

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Fifty Shades of Abuse

Written by: Stephanie Rodriquez, Media by: Steven Potter Fifty Shades of Abuse, an event held by Suzanne Ford, a Greenville College student, was held on February 11 in the Upper Union. The purpose of this event was to inform students about abusive relationships and signs that differentiate an abusive and healthy relationship after the controversy Fifty Shades of Grey, an erotic romance novel, caused by the ...

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