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Black Lives Matter, too

Written by Lexi Baysinger. Media by Riley Hannula.   The Upper Union filled to the brim with students, faculty, and community members who wanted to learn more about this movement called Black Lives Matter. They sat and listened to Pedro Valentin deliver questions to a panel consisting of Dr. Christina Smerick, Professor Jessica Estevez, Dr. Eugene Dunkley, Professor Marcos Gilmore, Dr. Greg Sanders and ...

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Study Abroad & Missions 2016

Written and DM by Stephanie Rodriguez. The Director of World Outreach and Missions, Faith Marie Nava, worked throughout the semester to provide the best opportunities for students this coming year. The following are all the spring break, summer, and fall 2016 mission and study abroad trips with the price included. Spring Break: New Orleans $550, St. Louis-City Lights (March 19-24) $300 Summer: Mexico (June ...

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Campus Profile: Humans of GC

Written by Stephanie Rodriguez. Media by Riley Hannula. Humans of GC posted their first social media story in 2015 to collect stories and photos of people around campus. The group of journalists consists of Senior Digital Media majors Morgan Johnson, Madison Moran and Katie Wallace. Humans of GC started because the group wanted to do something like Humans of New York. Moran states, “Research was involved in ...

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Illinois MAP Grant Issue

Written by Stephanie Rodriguez. Media by Taylor Neal.   Due to the lack of state budget, Gov. Bruce Rauner proposed a budget that could potentially cut funding to higher education by more than 30 percent. The Illinois MAP grant is in jeopardy this year and many students are directly affected by this since so many rely on the MAP grant to attend college. Many schools, including Greenville College, had t ...

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Sodexo: DC History & Improvements

Written by Whitney Vitt. Media by Taylor Neal. Are you a student, faculty member, Greenville resident or GC alum? Have you experienced the food in the Dining Commons? You might have noticed the food is provided by Sodexo – founded in 1966 by Pierre Bellon – and Greenville College signed with the company 18 years ago.   Before Sodexo, Greenville College operated the food service themselves. All of the e ...

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Campus Profile: Dr. Cary Holman

Written by Stephanie Rodriguez. Media by Riley Hannula. Dr. Cary Holman, a communication professor at Greenville College, will retire after Spring of 2016. He contributed 36 years of teaching classes for public relations, speech and mass communications. Some of the classes he teaches are Broadcast Writing, Small Group Communication, Speech Communication, Interviewing and Mass Communication Issues. Surprisin ...

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Student Government

Article by Josiah Mohr. Media by Taylor Neal.   As a new semester begins, the Student Senate and GCSA are back to work improving the campus experience and enhancing the sense of community. The beginning of new ideas and the progression of pending proposals is under way, leading to a brighter future for our beloved campus. Last semester saw several proposals passed on to the administration, including id ...

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“The Fantasticks”- Coming Soon

Written by Whitney Vitt. Media by Riley Hannula. The Factory Theatre welcomes students, community members, and musical admirers with the 2016 spring semester musical, "The Fantasticks". The play will take place at the Factory Theatre located at 400-498 E. Harris Ave., in Greenville, Ill. The musical will play for two weekends in a row, beginning Feb. 5-7 and the following weekend Feb. 12-14; Saturday perfor ...

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Recap: Jazz Band Christmas Concert

Written by Whitney Vitt. DM by Stephanie Rodriguez. The sixth annual Jazz Band’s Christmas Concert was held Thursday, Dec. 10, at 7 p.m. in the recital hall of Whitlock Music Center. Playing since his freshmen year, Donnie Cruse said, “It was a full recital hall!” Christmas spirit filled the hall for around an hour as the band members performed a variety of songs. Many Christmas classics and favorites were ...

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GCSA: Latin Dance Night

Written by Stephanie Rodriguez Media by Aaron Phillips Greenville College does a great job providing cross-cultural opportunities to students because it’s important to learn about other cultures in a diverse society. As a Hispanic here, I’m always excited when I find out a Latin event is occurring on campus because it gives me an opportunity to feel at home when I don’t get to speak Spanish every day. On Sa ...

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