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Will You Be My Valentine?

Written by Janika Grimlund. Media by Momoka Murata. As a child, I loved Valentine’s Day because my mom always got out our box of Disney valentines: The Lion King, Mickie Mouse, Lady and the Tramp, Aristocats. It was exciting to hand the little pink and red cards out to the people I loved, which was a lot of people! I loved asking, “Will you be my Valentine?” My mom and I used to listen to the Adventures in ...

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De-Stressing

Written and Media by Paige Lunde. It's only the third week of the semester and some of us are already falling and being buried by stress. I mean, it makes sense because of the studio classes and then Core and also trying to keep up with chapel and get all your credits. It's a handful and some of us are already feeling like our hair is falling out or like we may lose our teeth any day now. So that's why I de ...

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Exiles and Aliens

Written by Suzi Conner & Gabbie Hartin.  Media by Momoka Murata Imagine yourself sitting at lunch. Who is at your table? In what ways are all of you alike and different? Traveling to a bay island off the coast of Honduras, known as Utila, opened our eyes in ways we couldn't have possibly imagined. We felt like outsiders and experienced a bit of culture shock. There was a language barrier, a diet we were ...

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Cuisine and Culture: New Orleans

Written and Media by Paige Lunde. So everyone here at Greenville knows that in January, Interterm starts and you can choose what class you want to take for only three weeks. Well, this year, I choose to take Cuisine and Culture with Professors Deloy Cole and Doug Faulkner. Let me tell you, it was one of the best decisions I have ever made! Although many parts of class were great and seeing the new Red Panda ...

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Quantity or Quality

Writing and Media by Lauren Buser. The choice between quantity and quality of a product is easy to see in our everyday lives. Many, however, overlook the choice of quantity or quality of life. Americans are stressed out because quantity has taken precedence over quality. The question is, if we choose to accept this thought of enjoying the quality of life, will that deter from our ability to work hard? Quali ...

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Privacy

Written by Baylen Whitfield. Media by Baylen Whitfield. Do you know that you’re almost never not being watched? Are you aware that your location is constantly being tracked by your cellphone’s data, that in order to seek suspicious foreigners, President Obama’s NSA reads some “private” emails and text messages sent abroad, that the FBI has drones that spy on U.S citizens from the sky in order to try to trac ...

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Dream Job

Written and Media by Baylen Whitfield. Growing up, we all had a dream job in mind. For many of us those jobs included wanting to be an astronaut, police officer, firefighter, doctor, and so on. Not to discredit the great work and need for the people in those fields, but as we continue to grow and learn more about ourselves, our passions, what we’re good at, or even what is necessary to benefit the people an ...

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Paradigm Shifts: A Possible Result of Futuristic Ideas

Written and Media by Baylen Whitfield. Curiosity possessed by humans throughout history has led to us exploring our world and its origins. From man discovering and taming firing, to the exploration of space over the last 50 years, these events have played a considerable role in increasing the wealth of human beings knowledge, enriching our perception of the world, and ultimately changing our way of thinking ...

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God and Technology

Written and Media by Baylen Whitfield. Religion, science, and technology seem to be at war with each other these days. The relationship between them is complicated. Many believe that science and technology can not coexist with religion but there are those who believe the two sides can work together. Check out God vs. Science to see this heated debate unfold. God vs. Science discusses evolution and creationi ...

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Community or Controversy

Written by Lauren Buser. Media by Baylen Whitfield. Does Greenville College help or harm the community in the town of Greenville? Are we, Greenville College, including the town when we talk about community, or is it just those on campus? GC was added to the town of Greenville in 1855. At that time, the college was titled Almira College and was an all girls’ school affiliated with the Baptist church. In 1892 ...

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