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Vespers with Steven Davis

Article and Media by Caitlin Opp. On Thursday April 28th, we had the pleasure to listen to Steven Davis speak at Vespers. He shared a story of struggles that he has faced throughout the last few years. He ensured us that we are never alone when we are going through tough times. God will always be there when we are in a time of need. If you weren't able to make it to Vespers, Papyrus went live on Facebook Th ...

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BREAKING NEWS: College Bigfoot Campus

Written and Media by Quinten Brown. Once upon a time, there was a college sitting in the heart of Illinois… Just kidding; this isn’t that type of story. We are talking about the real deal. We are talking about the Bigfoot of Bond County. You may think that I’m just some college kid full of hot air, but let’s be real! The big ol’ ‘squatch is out there in them woods! Legend has it that this particular Bigfoot ...

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Creation, Humanity, Harry Potter, and Toronto

Written by Regina Sanders. Media by Ben Isaacs. On November 19, 2016, Greenville students received an email from Assistant Professor of Communication and Media Studies, Matt Bernico. This email contained the opportunity to write a paper, under the theme of creation, for the Institute for Christian Studies. This email would prove life changing for two students in particular, Communications and Philosophy Maj ...

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Chapel with Ryan Burge

Article by Courtney Murphy. Media by Caitlin Opp and Courtney Murphy. On Wednesday, April 26th, we had the pleasure of having Dr. Ryan Burge. Dr. Burge is an instructor of political science at Eastern Illinois University. He is a Greenville College and Southern Illinois University Carbondale Alumni. In the beginning, Burge reflected on his time at Greenville College and gave everyone a good laugh. He gave a ...

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CORE 401: Project to Program

Article by Lauren Buser. Media by Quinten Brown. The class that we all long for and dread at the same time is here! CORE 401, the class that we all need to graduate, but we all struggle with, is here and projects are in full swing. One CORE team is not only creating a project but building a program from the ground up.   Most capstone projects require about six students. These students work together from the ...

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Vespers with Claire Schmitt

Article by Courtney Murphy. Media by Courtney Murphy & Olivia Maurer This past Thursday, we had the pleasure of having Claire Schmitt give a powerful message at Vespers. She discussed some struggles that she has dealt with and reassured us that God is always with us and He has got us taken care of. He knows our struggles and we have to trust Him that He is going to do everything He can to take care of u ...

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Leadership in LaDue: Spark Leadership Conference

Written by Regina Sanders. Media by Quinten Brown. Greenville is fortunate to have dynamic and charismatic leaders. This April, some of those leaders imparted their wisdom on eager audiences. On April 10, GCSA hosted the Spark Leadership Conference in LaDue Auditorium under the theme: “Leadership in the Workplace.” Throughout the evening, a host of speakers tackled several aspects of leadership. Professor a ...

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Chapel with Dr. Ramesh Richard

Article by Courtney Murphy. Media by Courtney Murphy and Caitlin Opp. On Wednesday April 19th, we had the pleasure of listening to Dr. Ramesh Richard speak in chapel. Dr. Ramesh Richard is the founder and President of the Global Proclamation Ministry RREACH International and was in town with the Fred Leadership Institute. Wednesday morning, Greenville put on an event for Students to have a chance to eat bre ...

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Communion Chapel

Article by Courtney Murphy. Media by Courtney Murphy and Kalynn Pierce Every semester for Chapel, we try to hold 4-5 communion chapels. During these services, we worship and break bread that represents Jesus's body and drink grape juice to represent his blood. Jesus instructed his followers to use bread and wine (or juice in our case) to remember the sacrifice he was going to make for our sins. Jesus starte ...

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Taylor Meyers In LA LA LAND

Written and Media by Mitch Thompson. On April 13, I had the opportunity to have Taylor Meyers sit down with me and talk about her amazing semester at the Los Angeles Film Studies Center. Taylor is currently a senior at Greenville College and is studying Communication: Theatre, & Art. She was capable of enlightening me on how she went to the Film Studies Center. The experience of living in the big city o ...

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