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GU Students Host Hispanic Festival In the Dining Commons

Written by Isiah Price. Media by Momoka Murata. On Thursday, October 12, Professor Richard Huston’s Latin American Studies class hosted a Hispanic Festival in the Dining Commons on the Greenville University campus. The assignment for his students was to create a cultural atmosphere of their chosen countries to present at the event. Some of the Latin American countries given to students to research were Braz ...

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From CA to GU

Written by Isiah Price. Media by Joseph Wood. “For myself, I saw it differently than what other people may think of Stockton, California," said Adam Warren, a Greenville University junior. "It may seem like a state of sunshine and paradise, but growing up it taught me many things about life that changed my views. I lived in a city were gang violence and poverty where a huge deal... A city that became more d ...

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Meet Heidi Koehl

Written by Kaylie Weideman. Media by Joseph Wood. Heidi Koehl is a Greenville alumnus from Belleville, IL. She attended Althoff Catholic High School before continuing her education here at what used to be Greenville College. Koehl was first introduced to Greenville by the women’s soccer coach at the time, and soon fell in love with everything about the campus when she visited. She said, “I fell in love with ...

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Go Together

Written by Lexi Baysinger and Pedro Valentin.  Media by Allyson Mitchell. “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” - African Proverb This year’s Christian Community Development Association (CCDA) conference was about connections for the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. We had the opportunity to travel to Detroit, MI last week in order to hear from others who are doing work t ...

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Fall Drinks at Jo’s Java

Written by Christina Bowman. Media by Momoka Murata. Everyone loves to try seasonal drinks at coffee shops, and Jo’s Java is just the place to do that on Greenville University’s campus. Jo’s has an inviting environment and is a great place for doing homework, scheduling meetings, socializing and catching up with friends before a long day of classes. Owner Bonnie Jo Cole does a great job of ensuring her cust ...

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Meet Our Fall 2017 Staff

Written by Kori Nesbit. Media by Deloy Cole. Hello, Panthers! We are the Greenville University Papyrus, and we would like to take a moment to introduce our incredible staff which hopes to bring you content focused on what matters throughout the year. Publication of the Papyrus would not be possible without a few very important people. Erin Lobner and Maggie Shoepke are the Co-Editors In Chief, and Paige Lun ...

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Meet A. LaFaye!

Written by Kaylie Weideman. Media by Joseph Wood. Alexandria LaFaye is the Associate Professor of English at Greenville University. She has been at GU since 2011 and has taught Introduction to Creative Writing, Advanced Creative Writing, Introduction to Literary Theory, Cross-Cultural Literature, and Introduction to Multimedia Storytelling, amongst many others. Her areas of responsibility are Creative Writi ...

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Meet Matt Bernico!

Written by Kaylie Weideman. Media by Momoka Murata. Matt Bernico is an Assistant professor of Communication and Media Studies at Greenville University and has been since 2016. He teaches multiple classes, including Intro to Communications; Media Communications; Literary, Visual, and Media Theory; Public Relations; Producing Digital Narratives; and Gender Studies in Media Communication. He resides here in Gr ...

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Healthy Eating at GU

Written by Christina Bowman. Media by Momoka Murata. Students have been complaining about food options on campus long before our transition to Greenville University. Whether it be not having enough healthy options in the Dining Commons or the Union being too expensive­, some days the choices are slim. One student said, “They don’t have enough healthy options and they don’t have much of a variety.” Believe i ...

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Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival

Written by Isiah Price. Media by Joseph Wood. On Saturday, September 23, 2017, Greenville University’s Latin American History class attended the Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival. Dr. Richard Huston, the GU professor in charge of the field trip, said, The sights, sounds, smells, and flavors of the festival nourish my soul. The Authentic food is delectable. The Latin Jazz music strums the strings of my hea ...

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