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Padlocks Or Badlocks?

Written by Seth Huling. Media by Taylor Neal. When you move to college you will undoubtedly have certain items that you bring with you that you feel the need to lock up to prevent theft. Here at Greenville College, padlocks are a common sight. They are used on bikes, lockers, and there are even people that use padlocks to lock up their precious items in their dorm rooms. But seeing all these locks begs the ...

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Leanna Westerhof and Eden’s Glory

Written by Bobby Neal. Media by Logan Nelson. What questions come to mind when you hear about human trafficking? What do you know about it? Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery in which traffickers use force, fraud, or coercion to control victims for the purpose of engaging in commercial sex acts or labor services against his/her will." Leanna Westerhof spent the summer interning at Eden's Glor ...

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Spooktacular Events Happening This Weekend @ GC

Written by Tabitha Rice. Media by Taylor Neal. Spooky Seasons Greetings, everyone! As you may know, this weekend is the weekend that Halloween is being celebrated. The college is putting on some fun stuff that you should definitely check out in between homework and study sessions! The first thing that is happening this weekend is The Simple Room’s annual Fall Fest. In case you don’t know, The Simple Room is ...

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English Department Changes: CVCMS

Written by Tabitha Rice. Media by Dale Shelburne. Picture this. You find yourself in Kauffman, the campus building across from Bradford National Bank currently under construction, looking for Dr. Alexandria LaFaye. When you knock on her door, there's a sign that reads: “You are cordially invited to join the CVCMS.” You tilt your head in confusion. What on earth could these initials stand for? When Dr. LaFay ...

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Shack-A-Thon

Written by Bobby Neal.  Media by Taylor Neal. Not many people know what Shack-A-Thon is. It began about 20 years ago with the intention of raising awareness for affordable housing in Wake County. Over the years, Shack-a-Thon has raised over a quarter of a million dollars for families in need! This took place on Greenville's campus and consisted of several cardboard boxes, a few trash bags, and tape. Shack-A ...

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Voting Matters

Written and Media by Emma Canady. There are a lot of strong and versatile opinions when it comes to politics. And I’m here for that! I love that there are so many opinions and viewpoints circulating around the American population when it comes to our politics and policies: in my opinion, that is an absolute necessity for democracy. This hodgepodge of viewpoints and experiences are what causes us to grow, ex ...

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Recreating the Sinai Pantocrator

Written by Tabitha Rice.  Media by Taylor Neal. “I want to give you a piece of art.  It’s one square foot and it’s 1/1080 of an icon of Jesus.” Wait, what?! Dr. Rick McPeak is trying to recreate the Sinai Pantocrator, the oldest known icon of Jesus. He's going to do this on 1,080 square foot boards and display them on campus. In case you are wondering what an icon is, it's a "painting of Jesus Christ or ano ...

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All College Hike 2016

Written by Tabitha Rice. Media by Taylor Neal. Last Wednesday was GC's last All "College" Hike as we transition into Greenville University. The Greenville College Panther Corps marching band kicked off the day with some stand tunes as students got ready to walk, run, bike, etc., out to Durley Camp for fellowship with one another.   In case you missed the hike or weren't sure what some of the organizati ...

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Campus Profile: Dr. Courtney Bailey Parker

Written by Tabitha Rice. Media by Taylor Neal. Dr. Courtney Bailey Parker is the new full-time English professor at Greenville College. This fall, she is teaching with zeal in her Research and Writing, Intro to Literature, English Novel, and Theater History and Literature classes. My first interaction with her was an improvisation. Instead of the usual, "Hi, nice to meet you," she created an engaging situat ...

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Next to Normal

Written by Emma Canady. Media by Logan Nelson. There are very few things in this world that I love more than live theater. The lights, the singing, the drama-- the only thing stopping me from being an official Theater Nerd is a voice like a tone deaf, chain smoking hyena and an evidence-riddled hypothesis that I actually have no cerebellum. But none of that can stop me from watching others excel at this bre ...

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