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Digital Media Tips for Beginners

Written and Media by Ethan Maurer. Here is a podcast with a few senior Digital Media majors here at Greenville University. Here, we discuss some tips and advice for people who are just starting out in the Digital Media/Multimedia fields. So whether you are a high school senior debating what to major in, or you are deliberating changing your current major, take a listen for some tips. Enjoy! https://soundclo ...

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5 Things to Help You Become a Better Student

Written and Media by Taylor Harpster. Being a student, and an excellent one at that, can be very difficult at times, yet even more rewarding. Accomplishing what you once thought to be impossible and unmanageable is one of the greatest feelings in the world. Success as a student depends just as much on internal practices as it does on external sources of information. 1. Organization is key. Establishing and ...

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The Attitude of Christ

Written by Travis Ralls. Media by Ethan Maurer. For as long as I can remember, I have always loved the game of baseball. There’s something about the strategy of the game—the time-consuming, tedious work needed for success—the failure, and the feeling of pure elation when you come up with a clutch hit at a key moment in a game. In my opinion, there is no other game that will push you to your emotional limits ...

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Oversleeping: Campus Band Spotlight

Written and Media by Taylor Harpster. Oversleeping. We’ve all done it, but until now Greenville University has yet to see a band that goes by such a unique and straight-forward name. With an Instagram profile that reads, “We would say ‘see you in class’... But we probs won't,” it makes the band all the more relatable. I had the privilege to hang out in the studio with the members of Oversleeping and get to ...

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Faith in Sports: Playing for God

Written by Dani Pearce. Media by Ethan Maurer. I have been playing soccer since I was three years old when my shorts overlapped my socks and my bright orange short-sleeved t-shirt looked more like a long sleeve since it went past my tiny elbows and almost to my wrists. With every challenge I have faced in the soccer world, my passion for the game has only grown. It began with wanting to get on the “A-team” ...

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Thinking About Res Life? Here’s What You Need To Know!

Written by Taylor Harpster. Media by Joey Clinton. With the season of Resident Chaplain (RC) applications quickly approaching, knowing a little bit more about one of the coolest student positions at GU is important. As someone who is in their second semester as an RC, I wanted to share with you some of the things I have learned since coming into the role, as well as some tips for you as potential RCs. Resid ...

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Faith in Sports: Women’s Basketball & Pre-Game Devotionals

Written by Sidney Webster. Media by Ethan Maurer. Every high school senior faces a challenge: what does one do with the rest of their life? Some know exactly the career they wish to pursue and make a run for it. Others are not as sure. As a senior in high school, I was not confident in my future plans. I was sure about going to college but did not know where or what for. The only absolute was basketball, th ...

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Hidden Mental Illness

Written and Media by Kalynn Pierce. Is it possible for someone with a mental illness to suffer without anybody knowing? Some people would give a resounding NO. But I beg to differ. I know of several people, including myself, who have a mental illness and those closest to them wouldn’t have suspected anything had they not shared those details with them. This isn't a jab at my family or friends by any means; ...

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Trades of Hope: Empowering Women Out Of Poverty

Written and Media by Maggie Schoepke. So many women live in poverty, not because they lack abilities, but because they lack opportunity." This powerful statement can be attributed to the world mission organization Trades of Hope. Trades of Hope is a hand-crafted business that aims to empower women "out of sex trade, sweatshops, slums, and extreme poverty." The company provides impoverished women with opport ...

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How To Pass All Of Your Classes (Without Working Yourself Too Hard)

Written by Ashley Chaney. Media by Joey Clinton. The start of a new semester can be an exciting, yet intimidating, tightrope-walk for many students. From balancing the many assignments and exams to working a job, while also attempting to have a social life, it can be difficult to get back in the swing of things in order to succeed throughout the semester. In order for students to do well, it’s vital that th ...

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