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The Light and Life Digital Media Center Dedication

Written and Media by Jessica Sturgeon. A crowd of alumni, faculty, students, and members of the community filtered into the Light and Life Digital Media Center for the dedication ceremony on February 8, 2013. As the crowd walked in, they found themselves in no ordinary classroom. There were no rows of cramped desks or a dusty chalkboard in the front of the room. Instead, the viewers found themselves surroun ...

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Warm Bodies Special Engagement

Written by Caleb Dossett. Media by Jeff Schaeffer. I often hear people around here bemoaning the fact that Greenville is two sizes too small and I think to myself, “These poor blokes and bloksies don’t know what they’re missing!” I mean, yes, it’s true that friends back home still think I go to school in Greenville, South Carolina, and yes, on the weekends I count the tumbleweeds . . . However! There’s a sp ...

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When the Student Becomes the Master

Written by Caleb "Hoss" Dossett. It wasn’t until a student let me know (extremely regretfully, I might add) that he needed to choose to study for an important test over attending class, that I finally got the picture. Teachers are awesome – I can think of three professors right off the top of my head that have impacted my life in incredible ways – but they don’t have magical formulas that can turn students into genies (that’s the plural of genius, right?). ...

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GC Colorado Extreme

Greenville College offers a diversity of classes for the thrill-seeker during Interterm, but not every thrill is available on-campus. Some, as in the case of DM170 (GC Colorado Extreme), take place miles and miles away from campus. Not only is the GC Colorado Extreme team miles away from Greenville, they are thousands of feet above it too. ...

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“And we’re off like a herd of turtles!”

Written by Kat Kelley. “And we’re off like a herd of turtles!” Dr. Ahern’s choice of words couldn’t have been more fitting. A week has past and many a bird have we seen in Midwestern Birds: Habits and Habitats, although we did get off to a slow start. ...

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Better than Sunday Brunch at the DC: Interterm

Written by Elise Cranston. Here's the deal. I am going to let you in on a little secret. Interterm is whatever you want it to be. I am sure everyone has heard a million times from their parents that situations are what you make them, and interterm is no exception for this cliché. It can be a time to watch all of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia on Netflix with your roommate, play endless games of Settlers ...

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Midwestern Birds: Habits and Habitats

Written by Kat Kelley. The Downy Woodpecker, the White-breasted Nuthatch and the Eurasian Collared Dove: just three of the intended 75 bird species we hope to find in this area in Dr. William Ahern’s class Midwestern Birds: Habits and Habitats. For the upcoming weeks, 13 students, mainly freshmen honors students, will be making the short trip out to the White Environmental Education Center and taking differ ...

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CROUCHing Tiger, Hidden Dragon

Written by Adam Crouch. Interterm has long been known as a time to take a "slack off class." But a small group of people this interterm decided to make what they learned useful as well. Those people are the ones signed up for Jake Plummer's Martial Arts Class--although while in the class, "Jake" is known as Sensei. Normally seen mixing dangerous chemicals and giving upsetting grades to hard-working chemistr ...

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Vista Review

Written by Hoss Dossett. Remember remembering high school, maybe even junior high and elementary, after looking through some tattered yearbooks? No? Not very many people do – at least, anymore. In this day and age, our memories are easily retrieved after a quick peruse through the social media universe and, consequently, yearbooks are becoming more and more obsolete. It is for this very reason (and probably ...

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Foundations of Christian Doctrine Class Trip to St. Meinrad’s

Written by Kyle Smith. This past weekend, a group of twenty-one students traveled with Dr. Hartley and Emily Bishop to spend a weekend at St. Meinrad’s Archabbey. The abbey is comprised of a Benedictine monastery, a Catholic seminary, and guest house accommodations. This trip was organized as part of Dr. Hartley’s Foundations of Christian Doctrine Class as a way to engage different methods of practicing the ...

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