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My Journey- Adam Lamb

Written and Media by Jesse Getz When he’s not in the recording studio or on the stage singing, you can find Adam Lamb on the baseball diamond playing the game he loves. You may have seen him singing in the worship band during chapel or vespers as the sophomore baseball player is an Audio Engineering and Worship Arts major here at Greenville College. He is also a member of a new band on campus, AM. Originall ...

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Response to Immigration

Written by Lauren Buser. Media by Quinten Brown. "E Pluribus Unum." These words pierced the hearts of the ladies and gentlemen who attended the Immigration Colloquium. Immigration attorney, Jennifer Ibanez Whitlock, cleared up some of the confusion about U.S. Citizenship.   Being A Citizen of the U.S. Since Sept. 11, 2001, it's been difficult for people to immigrate to the states and there is no pathwa ...

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Raise Your Voice

Written by Regina Sanders. Media by Ben Isaacs. The attempt to silence senator Elizabeth Warren has only made her voice louder. While on the Senate floor, the Massachusetts senator attempted to read a letter written by civil rights activist Coretta Scott King. In this 1986 letter King wrote to senator Thurmond voicing her displeasure with Jeff Sessions. I write to express my sincere opposition to the confir ...

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Top 5 Albums You Missed in 2016

Written by Ben Casey. Media by Bre Pollitt. It's been a little over a month since 2016 ended. In 2017, don't distance yourself from all of the incredible music that's already been released! There might be some amazing albums you haven't listened to yet. Check out my Top 5 albums: Mom Jeans. - "Best Buds" Mom Jeans. is the kind of band your cooler older cousin would have been in while you were a child. They ...

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Godspell, a Timeless Story

Written by Tabitha Rice. Media by Ben Isaacs. The Factory Theater’s latest production, Godspell, is a magnificent blend of the timeless teachings of Jesus and modern culture. Godspell is a collection of parables, mostly from the Gospel of Matthew, including three from the Gospel of Luke. It started as John-Michael Tebelak's thesis for his master’s degree before Stephen Schwartz adapted it to musical theater ...

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The 86th Performance of Messiah

Written by Kaylee Gaines. Media by Taylor Neal.   2 months before the performance: The Greenville College Choir, Greenville College Chorale, and members of the Greenville community gather as the Greenville Choral Union on Tuesday nights at 7:30pm to begin learning Part One of Handel’s Messiah and Vivaldi’s Gloria. We are joined for select rehearsals by the Kaskaskia College Choir. At the very beginning, reh ...

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Behind the Edit

Article and Media by Logan Nelson. Hey there, peeps! Just so you know who's talking here, my name is Logan Nelson and I'm a senior digital media major at Greenville College. Me ↓↓   Being a photographer, videographer, editor, etc., I geek out immensely about cameras, camera gear, editing processes, and everything behind the scenes of media. I'm sure there are a few people out there who do the same, so ...

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The Simple Room Trivia Night

Written by Tabitha Rice. Media by Taylor Neal. Family, friends, snacks, silent auctions, 50/50 raffles, trivia, Jake Amundson... What more could you ask for on a freezing Saturday night? In the Dining Commons (DC) at Greenville College, The Simple Room held its second annual trivia night Nov., 19. It was intended for the college, members of the Greenville community, and anyone else who wanted to attend. The ...

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You’re a Good Man, Factory Theater

Written by Joshua Baker. Media by Taylor Neal. On Wednesday night, I had the unique pleasure of seeing a special performance of You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown at the Factory Theater. The folks at the theater were kind enough to invite children from the Simple Room for a special early performance of the show and I had volunteered to be a supervisor for the event. The kids were well-behaved and really enjoye ...

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The Odyssey Online

Written by Tabitha Rice. Media by Logan Nelson. Over the summer, I got a message through Facebook asking me to join The Odyssey Online: If you’ve gotten a similar message or have heard about it in whispers in classes, the editor-in-chief is looking for new authors. Amber Wibbenmeyer, editor-in-chief (EIC) of GC's new publication, describes the Odyssey as an online social networking platform primarily used f ...

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