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Greenville Alumni Pretends To Have It All Figured Out, Doesn’t

I loved every bit of my time at Greenville College. Even the parts that I hated, I loved. It feels like just yesterday that I was staying up until 3 AM for no good reason and then skipping my morning classes... Kidding, of course! I was always the model student. Just ask Deloy Cole, he’ll vouch for me. I know, it's really only just begun, but life after college has been a crazy ride so far with plenty of hi ...

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Best Hasbro Games as a Child

Written by Leigh Buchholz.  Media by Emily Martiens. There are some classic board games that all of us should have played as kids. Chutes and Ladders Everyone hated landing on the chutes, especially if your opponents kept landing on ladders… Candyland Definitely one of the best board games I played as a child. The names of the characters and places made me laugh and made me hungry.   Clue One of the be ...

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A Couple of Cat Tails

Written by Erin Lawinger. Media by Emily Martiens. Greenville College is not only the home of the panthers but also of slightly more approachable cats. These lovable felines are the school’s second mascot, the campus cats. They hide in the alleys, hop from house to house around the neighborhood, and meander through campus. Through their aimless wandering, these campus cats have not only found a second home ...

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Patriots Park Disk Golf

Written and Media by Austin Stephens. Warm weather is here, which means it's time to go outside and do activities! One of my favorite things to do is go disc golfing. Luckily, the Kingsbury Park District, along with Dave McCormick from Gateway Disc Sports, put in a disc golf course this year at Patriots Park. It's a huge improvement from the "course" that winds along the trail in the Gullies. My wife and I ...

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What is Club ROOTS?

Written and Media by Kelsey Neier. Club ROOTS is a GCSA approved non profit organization that provides breakfast, lunch and snacks for children of families with insufficient funds in Sorento, Illinois. I sat down with Stephanie Rodriguez, a junior Communications major and Accounting minor, who is a member of Club ROOTS to talk a little but about what this organization's purpose is, and its plans for the fut ...

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Deloy’s Opinions

Deloy Cole is a man of many opinions. For those of you who don't know him, he is the head of the Digital Media department and CIS (Computer Information Systems) here at Greenville College. I sat down with Deloy to talk about anything and everything from Justin Bieber to Bro tanks. ...

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Gymtimidation

For many, the hardest part of working out isn’t cardio exercises or lifting weights, but simply walking into the gym. In other words, the gym can be intimidating. ...

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Overcoming Senior Stress

Written by Amanda Hermes. Media by Kelsey Neier. Overcoming senior stress… is it even possible? As the end of the year draws near, our final projects and tests become ever more imminent. It can feel like the world is ending as we sit at our desk at 3am drinking our 5th cup of coffee in efforts to stay awake. So what can we do to help manage the stress that comes from last minute projects and tests? After fo ...

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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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