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The Collegiate Sport You Didn’t Know About

Written and Media by Quinten Brown. Is collegiate Bass Fishing really a thing? This might be your reaction to fishing being a collegiate sport. You might be wondering, “Is this actually competitive?", Who would join a bass fishing team?”, or “How does this work?” Here are the answers to all of your questions: Currently, there are over 280 collegiate fishing teams across the country. Bass Fishing is one of t ...

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The Joyous Chaos Spring 2017 Show

Media by Mitch Thompson On March 31st of 2017, The Joyous Chaos (Catastrophic Hilarity At Others Stupidity) presented a live Improv show at the Ladue Auditorium at 9:30pm. The Auditorium had a full house that night filled with Greenville College kids. This show included some great family freindly entertainment that anyone could watch. the 2016-2017 Joyous Chaos Team includes Roman Butler, Mikhaela Romoser, ...

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Kaufmann Building Grand Opening

Media and Article by Olivia Maurer and Courtney Murphy On April 28th, Greenville College officially opened the Kaufmann Building which will be a building dedicated to the Center for Visual Culture and Media Studies. The building includes a lounge, a computer lab, a gaming room, and podcast room where students have access 24/7. It's also where you can find professors Deloy Cole, Alexandria LaFaye, Courtney B ...

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Where Did the Agape Go?

Written by Regina Sanders. Media by Quinten Brown. “Agape.” What a strange word. Is it . . . Greek? Yeah, it’s one of those Greek words for love that everyone on campus is always talking about. It’s the one that means “unconditional,” or “godly” love. “Agape” is the Greek word for “love” and has been used to describe God’s love for the world. So, what on earth is this Agapefest that is being whispered about ...

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The Westminster Terrorist

Written by Regina Sanders. Media by Ben Isaacs. March 22, 2017 is a date forever engraved in the minds of many around the world. It weighs most heavily, however, on the families of the 50 souls injured and the four souls that died because of the Westminster Terrorist and his actions outside of Parliament. At approximately 2:40 (Greenwich Mean Time), Khalid Masood plowed a stolen vehicle into innocent bystan ...

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Panther Baseball Finds Success in Florida

Written & Media by Caleb Miles. Panther baseball found some success in Florida during their spring break trip which took place between March thirteenth and eighteenth, playing seven varsity games and one junior varsity game.  The Panthers played at Lake Myrtle Park, Lake Sumter State College, and Chain of Lakes Park. Varsity Panthers posted 5-2 record while the JV team won their only game down south. Th ...

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A Tragic Disaster

Written and Media by Allyson Mitchell. The night of Feb. 28, 2017 changed so much for the town of Perryville, MO. When a tornado touched down at 8 pm and damaged 13 miles of land, many homes were damaged. Tragically, a 24-year-old man's life was lost, Travis M. Koenig. He was driving during the storm, ejected from his vehicle, and later found in a field. The twister happened near I-55. People were screaming ...

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So You Want To Be A University

Written by Tabitha Rice. Media by Ben Isaacs. So, you want to be a University? Well, why? What’s so great about being a university instead of a college? Some members of the Greenville College (almost University) community responded to this very question! The general response to the question of what people are looking forward to from GC’s change to university status has been interesting, to say the least. Th ...

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A Step of Faith

Written by Lauren Buser. Media by Quinten Brown. Students International is an international organization that offers students short-term and long-term mission trip opportunities. Students have the ability to work through this organization as a mission, an internship, a semester abroad, or even a staff member. Greenville College partners with Students International to help our students have these opportuniti ...

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Christianity and Media in the Electric Age

Written by Regina Sanders. Media by Ben Isaacs. The abundance of media and the references to Christianity abound in the United States of America. Most homes have a television, most cars have a radio, and the internet is accessible to most through many outlets. In short, we are surrounded by media. There are numerous references to Christianity as well. Pilgrims came to this land seeking religious freedom. Ou ...

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