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Crafternoon Delight – Lighted Canvas

Christmas break is just around the corner. Without all of the papers, studying, and homework to occupy our minds and days we are about to find ourselves with a lot of free time. Between the exciting days of Christmas-filled celebrations and ringing in the New Year, here’s a project to take a boring afternoon and transform it into a delightful Crafternoon with this fun, EASY (Almost TOO easy. No joke.) do-it-yourself project. ...

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Sweaterz: A fashionable, seasonal personality test

Tis the season for sweaters! As the temperatures continue to drop, the need for a great sweater increases. A little known fact, though, is that a sweater can say a lot about one’s personality. Because of this fact, the Papyrus has created for you all a little quiz to tell you what type of sweater best fits your personality. ...

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Thankshopping

The Features writers are so excited to have the opportunity to work together to tell you all about a classic holiday tradition. Shopping. The good, the bad, and the ugly, we've covered all parts of the holiday we've unofficially named "Thankshopping." ...

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Called to Service

The holiday season is coming up quickly. It is during this time when people, especially Christians, find themselves looking for ways to serve people. Now is the season of people thinking of their less fortunate man. Christians are called to be the servers of those around us. Ephesians 6:7 tells us to “serve wholeheartedly, as if you were serving the Lord, not people.” This call is not meant to be answered only during the holiday season, but it seems as if during this time, it is easiest to find ways to live out the call to service. ...

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Greenville Outreach

God works through some of the strangest things, and it's always amazing to see what He is up to--especially when you can be involved. Recently there has been an outcry on campus for more outreach opportunities and I am personally thrilled that more and more people are anxious to join the work that God is doing and wants to do through the students on our campus. I hope this article introduces you to a new opportunity, as well as informs you on the things that students are doing. ...

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A Note on Holiday Music

We are living in the time between Halloween and Thanksgiving in which debates rage over the appearance of Christmas spirit. From the early arrival of Christmas decorations in stores to the beginning of Christmas shopping deals, Thanksgiving begins to feel like the forgotten holiday. I would propose, though, that the point of most contention among Christmas crazies and Ebeneezer Scrooges is the time at which listening to Christmas music becomes appropriate. Now there are several schools of thought on when on should begin listening to Christmas music, so in this article we will attempt to gain a better understanding of each. ...

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Cold and Flu Survival Guide

As everyone knows, winter is coming. Gone are the days of laying outside on Scott field with the sun shining down, now the days will get shorter and snow will start to drift down from the sky. Along with snow and darker days, the winter brings along sickness, namely colds and flus. As that time draws closer, it’s important to know how to combat the viruses that threaten to take over Greenville College. ...

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Beyond the Bachelor’s – Rachel Dothager

This week's alumni spotlight falls on 2011 Greenville graduate Rachel Dothager. Rachel took full advantage of her Greenville experience by participating in a variety of organizations, clubs, and trips. In the interview below, Rachel shares some of her experiences from the past few years. Rachel will be speaking this Thursday at Vespers. The Papyrus thanks Rachel for engaging with us as we go beyond the bachelors. ...

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What is Bitstrips, and why is it taking over your newsfeed?

Facebookers on that eternal quest to sum up all their emotions in a single picture, rejoice! No longer do you have to hunt around to find the perfect emoticon, or the perfect quote to convey how your day is going. Instead, you can choose from one of the thousands of emojis that are now at your disposal, making newsfeeds look like they were attacked by an amateur user of Microsoft Paint. ...

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Ms. Morgan’s Menu Episode 4

Today on this episode, Jessica Sturgeon and I made a wonderful tasting Open Faced Buffalo Chicken Sandwich. This was an original recipe that Jessica made herself! I recommend this lovely feast to anyone who loves a little extra kick to their somewhat boring college food diet! If you would like to know more about this recipe contact Jessica Sturgeon with any questions! ...

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