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To the Dreamers: GU on the DACA Movement

Written by Zack Silvas. Media by Ashley Chaney. Ever since its inception, DACA has been a light of hope for many undocumented immigrants, giving opportunities for individuals to have a better life. For those who do not know what DACA is, it stands for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. It allows undocumented immigrants who entered the United States before June 2007  and before their 16th birthday t ...

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Latte of Love

Written by Miranda Coffee. Media by Whitney Nichols. Love is in the air at Greenville University. Couples are planning their Valentine's Day dates, friends are coordinating pizza and ice cream night, and I am personally going to watch Everything, Everything and continue my binge session of ER. February is a wonderful month full of so many things to do (not including all of our classwork.) Sometimes we need ...

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Singin’ in the Theatre: A Preview of Company

Written by Zack Silvas. Media by Ashley Chaney. The Factory Theatre has hosted many good productions in the past. From Romeo and Juliet to The Last Five Years, it has always been a good mix of theatre productions. To add to the list, the Factory Theatre will be showing Company: A Musical from Feb 8-17. It revolves around Bobby, a character who is on the cusp of celebrating his 35th birthday. The difference ...

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Sneezes and Sniffles: 3 Ways to Stay Healthy on Campus

Written by Miranda Coffee. Media by Whitney Nichols. As spring semester kicks into full gear, many students are finding themselves stuffing tissues in their backpacks, bringing travel mugs full of tea to class, and trying to suppress coughs in the middle of chapel. Being on a small college campus, it can be hard to stay completely healthy all year round. Everyone is in such close proximity to each other, so ...

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Adventures of Interterm 2018

Written by Zack Silvas. Media by Ashley Chaney. With Interterm coming to a close about two weeks ago, the number of different experiences that each student had were special in their own way.  From going on a cruise, taking a trip to Israel, to even an in-depth study of coffee, the possibilities were endless for the kind of class you could take. In order to get the inside view, I interviewed some students to ...

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The Man, The Myth, The Musician: Jairin Schad

Written and media by Taylor Harpster. In the realm of music on Greenville University's campus, there are a lot of bands and solo musicians that play and occasionally write the kinds of things you like to listen to. From country music to rap, or even dubstep, a wide variety of music genres are represented. Throughout the years, GU has been home to a quite a few talented musicians, such as Jars of Clay and ma ...

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Coming Together in Worship: Without Ceasing

Written by Paige Stanley. Media by Ethan Maurer. “Rejoice always. Do not quench the spirit. In everything give thanks. Pray without ceasing” 1 Thessalonians 5: 16-17. This is the verse that led students back in 2009 to put on the awesome event at Greenville University called Without Ceasing. This event lasts 12 hours through the night which gives the chance for students to really connect with God on a deepe ...

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Meet the CRE: Rebecca Munshaw

Written by Mary Krauss. Media by Ethan Maurer. Coordinators of Residence Education (CREs) play an important role at Greenville in leading the Resident Chaplains (RCs) and their residents to work together. Without them, things wouldn’t run smoothly and a lot of people would be lost. Thanks to the CREs, we’re able to have fun events and a better time as students here. Do you know your CRE? Allow us to introdu ...

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Meet the ResLife Director: Naomi Brown

Written by Paige Stanley. Media by Ethan Maurer. Do you ever find yourself wondering, who is the person who makes living on campus so beneficial? Well, there is a hard and dedicated woman on campus named Naomi Brown whose job is exactly that. She is in charge of Residence Life. Being in charge of Residence Life means handling housing situations such as the housing lottery, managing room assignments, and so ...

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Knitting for a Purpose

Written by Miranda Coffee. Media by Ethan Maurer. As the winter season starts to show on Greenville's campus, we all think about bundling up in warm coats, boots, and hats. Something else you could use to stay warm this winter is a handmade scarf. Now you may be thinking, "where can I get a good handmade scarf around here?" One person on campus is using her knitting skills for a cause and is on the way to r ...

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