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Greenville Choral Union and Orchestra’s Performance of Messiah

The Greenville Choral Union and Orchestra will celebrate their 82nd performance of George Frideric Handel’s oratorio Messiah on Sunday, December 2 at 4:00 p.m. in the Whitlock Music Center on the campus of Greenville College (Greenville, IL). In addition to this perennial favorite, the Choral Union and Orchestra will present a variety of other seasonal music with brass, percussion, strings, woodwind, and ke ...

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Samaritan’s Purse

Written by Darryl Bolen. The Bible says we are never to grow weary of doing good and here is a chance to do just that. Did you ever see video of children in poverty-stricken areas looking for clean water in mud puddles? Do you remember pictures of mothers trying to find food while living in a shelter in Haiti following an earthquake or in Thailand after a tsunami? Have you wondered how you could help to mak ...

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GTD – Yes and No

Written by Arley Cornell. David Allen spoke about expediting tasks and problems to external devices and entities - instead of trying to process a million things at once, the brain is allowed to function as a core processor. It is creating “an extended mind.” I thought this analogy was appropriate, since much of what I do on my computer is just that - preserve processor power by narrowing down needed applica ...

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GC Speaks: Second Edition

Welcome to the 2nd issue of GC Speaks! This is where we ask the questions and YOU get to see what your fellow students had to say. With recent news of Disney's deal of the decade, what are your thoughts on the proposed remake and extension of Star Wars? Here's what they had to say: Jaime Bruder (Sr.) "I say why not?!" Joelle Scholten (Soph.) “I think that [Spielberg] did a great job of creating a prelude to ...

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Junior Class Bonfire

Written by Alyssa Gosselin. Nothing screams “life is good” more than s’mores, hot cocoa, acoustic guitars, winter hats and friends all set around a bonfire on a star-filled, autumn night. This past Saturday at the White Environmental Center, the Alumni Association sponsored a bonfire for the Junior class. With guest speaker Dr. Norm Hall and an acoustic worship set, the night was filled with conversation, w ...

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Without Ceasing

Written by Stephanie Casey-Stevens. I had no idea what I was getting myself into when Edith Robles asked me to be one of the people in charge of Without Ceasing, a 12-hour student-produced worship event in LaDue Auditorium, while she studied abroad this semester. Sure, I’d gone to the event twice before and helped once, but I definitely did not know all of the preparation that went into it. During the first ...

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Seasoned Professional Offers Insight to Public Relations Class

Written by Lauren Schwaar. On November 8th, public relations professional Melissa Erker will present a colloquium to Professor Veronica Ross's Intro to Public Relations class. This event will be one in a series of guest presentations made by public relations practitioners during the fall 2012 semester. The class is looking forward to welcoming Erker to speak about how public relations operates in the profes ...

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50 Hour Film Festival

Next weekend, November 2nd to 4th, the Greenville College Digital Media Department will be hosting the annual 50 Hour Film Festival.  Teams of two will have fifty hours, starting at 8 pm Friday and ending 10 pm Sunday, to write, shoot, edit, and submit their video.  The videos will be 5 to 7 minutes in length.  All other requirements will be released on the Facebook page at 8 pm on Friday November 2nd.  Thi ...

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2012 Hispanic Festival

Written by Kevin Dunne. Thursday night (October 25th), the Dining Commons turned into a bustling nexus of excitement and culture. From 5 to 7 P.M., the DC was transformed into an extremely small replica of Latin American countries, including Brazil, Costa Rica, Honduras, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Guatemala, and Chile. The annual event was sponsored by the Inter-Cultural Affairs Board, the History/Poli ...

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Hoodies for the Homeless

Written by Kevin Dunne. Tree Of Life book service does far more than just provide Greenville College students with their textbooks for the semester; they work on several charitable projects. That’s correct:  not only does Tree Of Life supply college students with books, it also provides supplies to those in need in the Bond, Clinton, Madison and Washington counties. The Greenville College Bookstore is holdi ...

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