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All College hike recap

Article and Media by John Freeman. All College Hike is a yearly event where students meet on campus at the Whitlock music center and then hike for over five miles to the Durley Camp. At the camp, students participate in many fun activities like boating, games, and a chapel service. Along with that, an opportunity fair opens that allows students to vote for class representatives and senate members as well as ...

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Furious Pixels

On April 28, Greenville’s division of AIGA hosted a Furious Pixels competition based on the concept of Pixels of Fury, a “live creative inspiration tournament” sponsored by Shutterstock. ...

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Encore Music Festival

On May 3rd, Greenville College hosted Encore Music Festival on Scott Field. Encore is a grassroots festival that showcased many of the campus bands and gave people a fun, free event to attend. The day started off with the Adam Curry Band, followed by Sunn Soaked, Tyler Bradford Wright, Nick Bifano & The Innocents, Joy Rode, Izzy Wignall, Crowns, and ended with a DJ set by PeteSnacks. Students were also enco ...

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Campus Profile: Georgann Kurtz-Shaw

Open your mind. That’s what Professor Georgann Kurtz-Shaw wishes for students that attend her COR 101 class. Prof. Kurtz-Shaw has been in and out of Greenville since 1991, only spending two of the years since then away- she and her husband went on sabbatical to Norway. ...

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Campus Profile: Chris Swift

“This was the smallest town, but by far the biggest community that we have lived in.” That’s what men’s soccer coach, Chris Swift said about Greenville. It was his first year as coach of the men’s team and he was glad to come here. His wife, Marissa Swift, who helps out with the women’s team, joins him. ...

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Freedom Scarves and Broken Souls

Every two minutes a child is stolen and forced into slavery. The United States is a destination for an average of 48 illegally trafficked slaves daily. An organization called the Set Free Movement is aiming to break this chain and bring more awareness to the fact that there are currently more slaves worldwide than there have ever been in history. ...

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Gina Kester

You’ve probably seen her emails. She is the one who sends us the job postings so that we can look for work while enrolled in school and for the summer. But not many of you may know who she really is. Her name is Gina Kester and she is an Administrative Assistant who truly cares about the students that she helps. ...

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GC Jazz Band Releases First CD: “First Take”

Written by Heather Fairbanks and Carla Morris.  Media by Stephen Hillrich.  Images courtesy of GC Jazz Band. The GC Jazz Band, a traditional big band made up of 17 performers, just released its first CD, First Take, featuring selections recorded in the Fall semester of 2013. First Take is a collection of twelve charts ranging from the traditional “In The Mood” to a version of Michael Buble’s “Feeling Good” ...

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Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove Visits GC

I met Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove over pre-Chapel breakfast with my fellow students. It was a rare occasion for us students to be up so early, let alone cooking a real breakfast of waffles, bacon, and eggs. Hartgrove appeared to be a kind, gentle, and personable man, and my suspicions were promptly confirmed. ...

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It Only Takes A Spark

On Friday, March 28th, a spark landed on the Greenville College. Thanks to the efforts of GCSA, students were treated to speakers throughout the day who spoke about different aspects of leadership. The day started off in Chapel with author Jeff Shinabarger, author of More or Less. He spoke on the topic of generosity and what it meant in terms of being leaders. ...

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