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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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One Hit Wonders: Showcasing Talent

Written by Morgan Johnson. Media by Steven Potter. We think we know people. Well, after the One Hit Wonder event, everyone was seriously dumbfounded. Talent is bursting from the seams of this school. For those of you who do not know what happened, One Hit Wonders was an event contest where students signed up to be randomly chosen into bands and had 48 hours to plan and perform their songs at the concert in ...

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Burritt: Easter Egg Hunt in Patriot’s Park

Written by Squirrel Rauch. Media by Steven Potter. “Ready, set, go find some eggs!” The words were barely out of Kaylee Summers mouth before the 40 plus girls at Patriot’s Park took off. It was a free for all race and they only had 15 minutes to find the eggs the Burritt RCs painstakingly took time to hide. Some headed toward the lake that sits in the middle of the park, while others began scouring the tree ...

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Joyous Chaos Presents: Career Chaos

Written by Andy Anderson. Media by Jack Wang.  As a class of seniors at Greenville College, we’ve entered the season of a pestering question, “what are you going to do after you graduate?” The same dreaded question has caused anxiety for undergraduate seniors for hundreds of years. Joyous Chaos’s timely hosting of a stress relieving comedy show was the perfect remedy for some worrisome students around campu ...

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Spring Break: Cultures of the Mediterranean

Written by Cheyenne Klein. Media by Steven Potter. How does one travel through Spain, France, and Italy in 8 days? I am still not sure. I was one of the five students who embarked on the Cultures of the Mediterranean Spring Break trip. To be included in this trip, students could either take an art class offered by Dr. Sharon Grimes, or the Psychopathology class offered by Dr. Susan Hughey-Rasler. The trip t ...

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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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