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From Sesame Street to College Ave: Becca McColl Encourages Traveling and Trapping

“I was once on Sesame Street when I was little,” New York native, Becca McColl, says with a laugh when asked what is the most interesting thing about her. Yet, with an office in the library, usually filled with students, it seems that McColl must have a more interesting life than she gives herself credit for. McColl moved to Greenville this past April after her husband, Bobby McColl, was hired as the new He ...

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Clothing Your Character

Written by Maggie McCarthy When Christian women enter discussions about fashion, we constantly encounter the same advice. We hear the Church and Christian culture telling us that “modest is hottest” and we shouldn't “cause our brothers to stumble.” From a young age, girls hear people telling them to make sure their shirts and pants don’t reveal too much. Obsessing over whether or not our skirts pass the fou ...

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Online Opportunities

Are you a GC student with a busy lifestyle? If so, finding time to get all of your courses in each semester can sometimes be a challenge. What if you could add a class or two that you can complete online, on your own time*, in your pajamas? Online classes at Greenville College provide you with this opportunity every semester! Online classes are held in D2L, just like your other courses, so there’s no new te ...

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Getting to know a freshman (crush) Jake Cannon

Written by Elise Cranston. Here at Greenville, a college with rich history and tradition, it is easy sometimes to let other traditions take precedent over the seemingly unimportant ones. Such a loss is sad to say the least. Legend has it, the legend being stories from my grandparents, parents, and brother who all attended Greenville College in prior years, that there was once a tradition of Freshman Crush a ...

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Alumni Profile

Written by Andrew Baugh. Matthew Baugh is an alumnus of Greenville College. He graduated in 2009 with a degree in Urban/Cross-Cultural Ministry. Matthew decided to attend Greenville because it “felt right” to him. Having scouted out nearly half a dozen other colleges, Greenville seemed to have the best mix of academics and environment. However, his road to GC was not met without a bump or two. “There was a ...

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Finding a Freshman Crush: Bailey Keim

Written by Erica Siddle. Freshman (crush) Profile: Bailey Keim As we continue the search for the ideal freshman crush, we find quite an array of strengths, hobbies, and dream dates. It is not often, however, that we find a female freshman whose starry eyes have not been tainted by the glittering ring promised by spring. For those of you men not looking to drop a pretty penny Spring 2013, but still hope to f ...

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Barefoot Jeff Tells All

Written by Jeff Langley. You’ve seen him, gamboling about campus. Undoubtedly you’ve sniggered to yourself or clucked your tongue, snidely side-remarked to a friend, or simply averted your gaze in confused embarrassment. Why does that scruffy pirate/Jesus looking dude never wear shoes? Well, here he is, to testify once and for all, in this most auspicious, public medium. My reasons for writing this article ...

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Just Like Adams Bros Corn Salsa

Written by Andie and Garrett Rea Being on a newly-wed, college-student budget, my husband and I rarely get to indulge in the Greenville date-life we used to. We have had to significantly cut back on our Mario's dinners and we now share a single cinnamon roll from Jo's Java. However, the one thing neither of us could sacrifice was that scrumptious sweet corn salsa from Adams Bros, so we figured out how to ma ...

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Flags Are Good, Birthdays Are Better

Written by Jamie Harling I bet you are as frustrated as I am with generic birthday cards at the store stealing the money you should be spending on a Starbucks’ Pumpkin Chai Latte. Please don’t fret! I am here to provide you an option for us poor college students who aim to impress on a dime. I give you: Flags Are Good, Birthdays Are Better.     Supplies: Card stock/ construction paper/ scrap-booki ...

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Learning How To Be Busy

Written by Andie Rea The story When I hear some cliché, oversimplified, idealistic motivational quote like “discover your purpose, live your passion,” I get a bit annoyed. However, I love a real-life story about persistence and determination. I suppose it’s the good ol’ American inside of me, but its always inspiring to hear about someone who worked hard and achieved his or her goal. One such story was told ...

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