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Loving the Remixes

Written by Kristyn Ewing. Media by Sara Dawson. There sparks an idea in the head, the body produces the work, and a piece of art is created. The anticipation grows to see how people react to the "new best thing." The buzz around the piece starts up and in the snap of a finger, one can be an overnight sensation. That is an example of what every artist dreams would happen to them; not to play devil's advocate ...

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Panthers Basketball Takes a Road Trip

Written by Isiah Price. Media by Barry Nixon. Basketball is now in season at Greenville University! The Panthers Men’s Basketball Team took a long road trip to Lexington, Kentucky; Cleveland, Ohio; and Iowa over Thanksgiving break. The road trip for the Panthers took several hours as they first headed to the Springhill Suites by Marriott in Kentucky. The beautiful city of Lexington’ streets crowded as the m ...

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12 Things Graduating Seniors Should Add to Their Wishlists

Written by Skylar Bareford. Media by Sara Dawson. Are you graduating soon? Now is a good time to start thinking about practical items to add to your wishlist. Check out this compilation of gifts you should request to help establish yourself as a professional and/or independent young adult! 1. Dress clothes: Each person should graduate with two business professional and three business casual outfits they can ...

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Experience First

Written by Christina Bowman. Media by Momoka Murata and Kayla Morton. Experience First, the alternative to the typical University 401 class at Greenville University, is all about giving students an opportunity to have real-life experience for their senior capstone project. With there being seven groups, each group has four to six people in it. Though Danara Moore is the professor and overseer of the class, ...

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Meet Kieley Leach

Written by Kaylie Weideman. Media by Joseph Wood. Kieley Leach is a graduate assistant for the Greenville University Women’s Soccer team. She was an undergraduate student at GU (then GC) for four years and is now a graduate student here. She is from Sycamore, IL, which is a small town west of Chicago. Leach moved to Sycamore in 2001 when she was in the second grade. The majority of her childhood memories ar ...

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Noah Dir: The Life of an RC

Written by Isiah Price. Media by Momoka Murata. As the semester is winding down, Tenney Hall at Greenville University finds itself full of students. Resident Chaplains are prepared to support the needs of their residents as they are very stressed with the weight of classes on their shoulders. The holidays are getting closer and the end of the semester is coming soon, so RC’s are experiencing one of their mo ...

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GU Bands: SideQuest

Written by Christina Bowman. Media by Momoka Murata. SideQuest is an on-campus DIY punk band. They have been going strong for two years now. Jairin Schad, a junior from Missouri (guitar/vocals), Jesse Taylor, a junior from Michigan (drums/vocals), Jacob Kersh a junior from Illinois (bass), and Ben Casey a junior from Illinois (synth) started their journey back in the fall of 2015. After being inspired by an ...

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GNRL377 Coffee: The Cup of Injustice

Written by Christina Bowman. Media by Momoka Murata. For only the second time at Greenville University, communications professor Dr. Matt Bernico and philosophy and religion professor, Dr. John Brittingham are coming together to teach an interterm class, Coffee: The Cup of Injustice. The last time it was offered was back in 2012. “Basically, whenever Dr. Brittingham and I are in the same room we have about ...

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10 Reasons Students Chose GU

Written by Christina Bowman. Media by Momoka Murata. One question most prospective students have is "What makes Greenville University special?" Here are ten current student's perspectives on that question and why they chose to become a Panther: “I chose Greenville because the school didn’t put a price tag on me and try to buy me. Greenville showed me authentic, healthy pride in a culture that is found here. ...

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The History of Thanksgiving

Written by Kaylie Weideman. Media by Joseph Wood. "Happy Thanksgiving!" is a phrase we use when we celebrate and feast with our families and friends. Thanksgiving is a holiday that dates back to 1621. It was introduced and celebrated by the Pilgrims and is always held on the fourth Thursday in November. At first, it was not distinguished as a holiday, but rather a simple gathering. Americans express thanksg ...

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