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Spring Fashion

Spring has sprung along with new style. This season is blooming with fashion trends, and some students have picked up on this. Here are a few outfits that have screamed spring around campus. ...

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Greenville in the Springtime

Written by Ellie Shaw. Media by Thomas Hajny. The semester is half way over and it finally looks like spring weather is here to stay. So what is there to do in Greenville in the springtime? As a native of Greenville, I have spent more than a few springs in town and have picked up on some things along the way. So, for those of you who asked me freshman year, “What is there to do in Greenville?” here is my lo ...

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If Greenville College Was A Movie

Written and Media by Katie Wallace. Inspired by Jake Amundson and Jon Stamm's Digital Video I class. Have you ever wondered who would play our professors and administration in a movie? Well here's your answer! 1) Ivan Filby 2) Kathie Filby 3) Norm Hall 4) Brad Shaw 5) Christina Smerick 6) John Brittingham 7) Jake Amundson 8) Sharon Grimes 9) Danara Moore What suggestions do you have? ...

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What to Do on a Rainy Day

Rain, rain go away. Come again another day. We all used to sing this as kids, hoping that the rain would stop so that we could go outside and play. But it didn’t always work. There are still days when it just has to be a rainy day. So what can we do while it’s raining and we have nothing better to do? ...

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Easter Around the World

Written and Media by Kelsey Neier. Easter is a time to remember Jesus’s suffering and His celebration of life as the stone was rolled away to rejoice our risen Lord! It is a time when we get together with family and remember all Jesus has done for us to free us from our sins. There are many ways that Easter is celebrated throughout the world. ...

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Easter Crafts

Written by Erin Lawinger. Media by Emily Martiens.   Spring has sprung which means Easter is on its way with a variety of crafts to create a grand entrance. With a mess of materials and plenty of pastels, here are some Easter crafts to brighten up this triumphant celebration of the Lord’s resurrection.     Dying Easter Eggs: This is an Easter tradition for many families that is not only easy, ...

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Calling All Students! Paid Submissions!

For a limited time, the Papyrus offers freelance writers a chance to be paid for their work. Over the next four school weeks—from Monday, March 30 to Friday, April 24—the Papyrus will pay $20 per article for well-written submissions of 500-700 words from any GC student. Use the “Submit An Article” tab at the top of the Papyrus home page to send submissions to the editors for consideration. ...

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DIY Picture Frames

Written by Erin Lawinger. Media by Emily Martiens There are some moments captured on film strip that tell a tale, and those moments are often confined in a 4 x 6 frame. For the snapshots in life that hold such joy and pleasure, it is important that the frame is just as uniquely crafted. Here are some creative ways to case those special memories.   Creating with Clothespins Using clothespins to mount pi ...

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Shattered Screens

Written by Sarah Stone Media by Emily Martiens Everyone knows the feeling when your phone slips from your hand and it hits the ground face down. Everything kind of goes into slow motion, you slowly walk to the place where your phone lays on the ground and turn it over, praying that the ridiculously expensive and fragile screen didn't crack into a million little shards. Another great time that phones break i ...

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Organize Your Life

So your schoolwork might need some organizing now that we are this far into the semester. An easy way of organizing is to just split everything into your different classes. The most common way to store everything is to have a separate notebook and folder for each of your classes that require one, and make sure to label them. It might also prove helpful to have either a planner or a homework app to help you ...

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