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No Blurred Lines: Rape Culture in American Television

Written by Regina Sanders. Media by Ben Isaacs. Emma Canady walked into Kauffman with excitement etched on her face. She apologized, even though she was only a few minutes late and I’d just arrived seconds earlier. Canady sat down, immediately ready to talk. Canady just completed her honors thesis titled, “No Blurred Lines: Rape Culture in American Television,” a play on the Robin Thicke hit. Through a YouT ...

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Fun Activities in Southern Illinois

Written by Lauren Buser. Media by Quinten Brown. One final “hoorah” and the semester will be over! It’s time to go out with the pals one last time for the year and make it something great. While the zoo is great, taking a trip to Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, can get you and your friends in the middle of a ghost town! Tours aren’t just for the local historians. While there is a history behind it, ghost tours ar ...

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Building Bridges Series: Conversations on Christian Unity

Written by Olivia Maurer. Media by Olivia Maurer and Courtney Murphy. This past Thursday, Greenville College had the honor of having Father David Meconi come and speak about Christian Unity. Father Meconi is the Associate Professor of Early Christianity at Saint Louis University, and he had a lot to share with our students. He talked about how sometimes, people talk about Christians and Catholics as though ...

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Praise & Worship Chapel

Article and Media by Caitlin Opp. On Monday May 1st, we got to experience a different kind of chapel. Instead of a normal chapel with worship time and a speaker, we had a Praise and Worship chapel. The worship team sang a few extra songs and led us in an open prayer for everyone at chapel. It was nice for everyone to come together and pray with each other.   If you were unable to make it to Chapel, Pap ...

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Nienna: Lab Band Highlight

Written and Media by Ben Isaacs. The lab bands of Greenville College provide students with entertainment almost every single week. Much of what we see of the lab bands here on campus are only their performances, but there is much more that goes on behind the scenes. Nienna, a lab band on campus, was recently asked to play a live recording of their song “Fall Behind.” They gladly accepted the request and beg ...

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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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