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Online Opportunities

Written by Rhonda Gregory. Media by Kat Kelley. Are you a GC student with a busy lifestyle? If so, finding time to get all of your courses in each semester can sometimes be a challenge. What if you could add a class or two that you can complete online, on your own time*, in your pajamas? Online classes at Greenville College provide you with this opportunity every semester! Online classes are held in D2L, ju ...

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Spring Break Mission Trips

Written by Carolyn Fairbanks. Digital Media by Jessica Sturgeon. Spring break is just around the corner and Greenville College students are taking advantage of the time off with some great mission trips. This spring break, the Mission and Outreach Department is hosting mission trips to New Orleans and Northern Ireland.  Eric Watterson and Gale Heideman will lead the New Orleans trip through the EFCA’s progr ...

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New Positions and Faculty Named for Fall 2013

Written by Brad Shaw and Carolyn Fairbanks. Media by Kat Kelley. Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Brad Shaw and Acting President Randy Bergen announced the completion of several search committees for various Greenville College Positions. Dr. Brian Hartley will serve as the Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences. The Dean of Arts and Sciences is a part-time position, so Dr. Hartley will conti ...

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Harlem Shake, Greenville Style

Written by Carolyn Fairbanks. Media by Kat Kelley. A recent YouTube video of the Greenville College baseball team doing the Harlem Shake has started making its way around the virtual world. For those of you disconnected from the world, the Harlem Shake has turned into a viral YouTube sensation with thousands of people imitating it, including our Panther Baseball team. As of now, the video from the baseball ...

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The Madison Letter Concert

Written by Veronica Crisler. Digital Media by Jessica Sturgeon. The Madison Letter is back! After Tuesday night’s open mic performance at the Blackroom Café, the band returned to play their first home show of the semester on Wednesday night. Doors opened at 8pm with local musician Tyler Merrill (guitar and lead vocals of The Bowtie Trio) opening the show for The Madison Letter. Cheers and applause filled th ...

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Memory in the Classroom

Written by Kristi Reindl. Media by Bri Phillips. Memory is used for numerous things on a daily basis, and for college students, a large portion of their memory is used in the classroom.  Professors use a variety of techniques to encourage memory enhancement in their students.  Dr. Lesley Allen, in particular, uses memorization regularly and believes it improves the memory outside of the class as well. Allen ...

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Joy Boy Auction

Written by Ellie K. Media by Kat Kelley. With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, the ladies and gentlemen of Greenville College flocked to LaDue Auditorium to the melodies of cheesy romantic songs on Feb. 13 for the 2013 Joy Boy Charity Date Auction. The auction, featuring 26 brave souls and 21 different dates, served as a fundraiser for the various spring break and summer missions trips supported by Greenvi ...

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New GCSA Executives

Written by Dustin Fenton. Digital Media by Jessica Sturgeon. We would like to introduce to you and congratulate the 2013-14 GC Student Association (GCSA) President-elect and Vice President-elect: Nathan Hood and Emily Callon, respectively. These two students are some of our most engaged students in and out of the classroom and now have the opportunity to serve their classmates and Greenville College in this ...

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GCDM: Addy Awards!

Written by Jessa Wilcoxen. Digital Media by Jessica Sturgeon. The ADDY competition is sponsored by the American Advertising Federation. The works below were completed during 2012. Professor Jessa Wilcoxen, Arley Cornell, Simeon VonBerg, Ashley Feezor, Amanda Richardson and Jessica Bolin drove to the Par-A-Dice Hotel in East Peoria on February 15, 2013 to accept awards at the ADDY Gala. Greenville College wo ...

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Fireside Chat: Money Talks

Written by Carolyn Fairbanks. Media by Kat Kelley. Tuesday night students sat down with administration to discuss what everyone has on their minds: money. Acting President Randy Bergen, Vice President for Finance, Dana Funderburk, Director of Financial Aid, Marilae Lathan, and Vice President of Enrollment, Michael Ritter, all were present and ready to answer questions students had about finances and tuition ...

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