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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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SAAC Needs You!

Written by Paige Stanley. Media by Allyson Mitchell. SAAC needs our help! First off, what is SAAC? SAAC (Student-Athlete Advisory Council), is a club that helps with community service projects on and off campus. One of their purposes is to serve as role models to younger athletes and even their peers here at Greenville University. A huge project is happening soon and, as previously stated, we need everyone’ ...

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Homecoming Week 2017: Bring on the Madness!

Written by Paige Stanley. Media by Allyson Mitchell. The best week of the year is finally here. It is Homecoming Week! October 16 through the 21 is filled with laughter and fun. There are so many different events going on for all people. Whether its sporting events or an Improv Show, there is something to everyone’s liking. Homecoming is put on by the creative GSGA staff. They never fail to keep us entertai ...

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GU Spotlight: Allyson Mitchell & the Women’s Volleyball Team

Written by Paige Stanley. Media by Ethan Maurer. Allyson Mitchell is a name you have probably heard around campus lately. Her name is well known right now because she recently set the “kill” record for volleyball here at GU with 1,373 kills. A kill is when the ball is hit and cannot be returned, which equals a point. This is an outstanding accomplishment for her, but it has taken her a long time to get wher ...

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Making it Big on a Small Campus

Written by Paige Stanley. Media by Allyson Mitchell. Ever lay awake in bed dreaming of making it big time? Whether you are a singer, comedian, photographer, or host a weekly podcast, you might just have a shot with the Greenville University Entertainment Co! ENTco’s name might be new to campus, but the company’s services have actually been available for some time, expanding over the last few years. ENTco cu ...

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The Pros of a New H.J. Long Gym

Written and Media by Barry Nixon. During the 2016-2017 school year, we were the home of the Greenville College Panthers. As of the 2017-2018 school year, we transition into a university, which many people think sounds like an easy change. On the contrary, lots of work and planning has to be done when it comes to building or remodeling things like a new sports facility. H.J. Long Gymnasium was built in 1961 ...

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