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Article by Megan Burns. Media by John Walnofer.   Living a Healthy Life Now that the semester is in full swing, it is time to start a healthy lifestyle. Get on track to a healthy lifestyle with tips straight from a GC athlete and coach. However, keep in mind your body type and goals when you consider these helpful hints. Everyone's first thought at the beginning of the year is to hit the gym. Before a ...

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The Scoop on Soup

Written by Lauren Buser. Media by Baylen Whitfield. It's winter time here in Southern Illinois, and for those of us who have lived here for multiple years, we know winter has no limits. But when the cold weather finally strikes, the go-to meal to warm the tummy is soup! The most wonderful thing about the delightful meal is the health benefits that come along with it.   Nutrition Soup has been a go-to m ...

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GC Cheer: Jesus, Leadership, Service

Written by: Lauren Buser & Miguel Kronbach. Media by: John Walnofer   The Greenville College Cheerleading Team has been the headline of much of this year’s news.  With a new program, coach and the team being initiated into the athletic department, they’ve worked hard to keep their name in the mouths of students and faculty on campus.  Yet, behind the scenes, the cheerleaders are all about Jesus, le ...

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Beat Those Winter Blues

Written by Megan Burns. Media by John Walnofer.   It's time to beat the winter blues that haunt us all around January and February. The holiday spirit is gone and melting snow and icy roads are all that remain. If the multitude of coats covering your outfit and the melting snow have you down, here are some tips from students around campus on how to fight the winter blues! 1. "Take a trip to a warm plac ...

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Don’t Flush the Fish

Written by Lauren Buser Media. by Baylen Whitfield. When a child asks for a puppy, you give them a goldfish. Many parents believe goldfish are a wonderful starter pet for their children. Goldfish are cheap and easy to maintain, but when mom and dad are tired of taking care of the fish, down the toilet they go. Naturally, the fish are swept through the pipes and out into a body of water, usually a lake. Gold ...

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What Christmas Means to Me

Written and media by Kelsey Neier. Christmas: The annual Christian festival celebrating Christ's birth. Jesus Christ is the reason for the season. Remembering Jesus’s birth is what we should focus on first and foremost. We celebrate the birth of our Savior, and find peace in the fact that we will be with him when our physical life is over and spiritual life begins. Jesus is the core of Christmas, but there’s lots of other traditions families have that make Christmas special. ...

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Blessed and Stressed

Written by Kristen Davis. Media by Thomas Hajny. Do you feel stressed? Are you overwhelmed with the amount of projects building up in your life? Do you find yourself questioning why you even decided to go to college in the first place? Don’t worry! You are not alone! The “honeymoon” phase of the semester has passed. We are now in the “red zone”, as I like to call it, and there’s no turning back. So where do ...

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Film Festival Reactions Podcast

Written and Media by: Thomas Hajny It's that time of year again...for the 50 Hour Film Festival! If you didn't go to the showing last Wednesday, you really missed out. Every year, students break into small groups and create a 3-5 minute short film using certain motifs, which are given at the start of the 50 hours. This year's motifs were: A broken shoelace, a coffee shop, and the phrase "Never tell me the o ...

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Defining Organic

Written by Lauren Buser | Media by Thomas Hajny The end of the year is coming fast, and in the back of everyone's mind are those New Year's Resolutions. Most resolutions are along the lines of getting healthier. Eating organic is a surefire way to get your health headed in a positive direction. But what are the first steps in creating an organic diet? Organic is defined as food that is grown without artific ...

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Small Town Life

Consider life a story of it's own. There are characters, plots, scenes, and a setting where it all takes place. The only difference is it is real life, and all of these elements are determined by you and your environment. Family farms and quaint country towns are just one of the many areas in which someone can reside and create their life story. Greenville college students explain how they feel about growing up in a small town setting. ...

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