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Couples Cooking Corner: Baked Cheddar Broccoli Rice Cups

Before, I was pretty hungry a lot of the time. I wouldn’t have said it then, but I was. Mainly, this was because I could often be found eating cheese with bread (or DC food). And no, not grilled cheese sandwiches. I was munching on cold cheese, hard bread, and salsa spread for quite a few lunches and dinners back in the day. It’s not that I’m a bad cook; it’s just that I don’t cook. However, things have cha ...

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Ella Peters Makes a Difference in Greenville

Written By: Meagan Gunn If you’ve ever spent a day on the Greenville College campus, you’ve probably seen a woman speeding across the grass driving a camouflage Kubota RTV with two black Scottish terriers at her feet and some flowers bouncing behind her. She is Ella Peters, the campus gardener. Her obvious green thumb can be seen in every season. In the spring, daffodils brave their way through the melting ...

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Clothing Your Character: Boots!

Written by Maggie McCarthy. When I think about fall, many different things come to mind. Taking long walks through the leaves, drinking hot chocolate with friends, and curling up cozy in sweaters are all essential parts of this beautiful season. Every year, I look forward to fall with anticipation, longing for the day when I can break out my scarves, boots, and jackets. This year especially, boots have beco ...

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Joe’s Review

Written by Jon Johnson. Pizza is considered an intricate part of American Culture. I mean, who doesn’t love a good pizza pie? Here in Greenville we have a pretty nice selection of pizza joints to choose from. Domino's isn’t to far out of the way, and with their various five-dollar deals they have a certain draw to them. Casey’s pizza is dearly loved. Mario’s is always an enjoyable night out. And now, as of ...

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Love & Relations Relating to Relationships: The Doctor Is In

Written by Dr. Nathan W. Crews. Hello Readers! Wow! It’s been quite some time since I last contributed an article because of my extended sabbatical from teaching at Greenville College. I did a little soul searching by hiking up the steep heights of Mount Kilimanjaro with my good friends Nicholas Sparks and E.L. James. Miss E.L. James suggested that we go somewhere cold so that she could cool down after writ ...

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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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