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Fall Drinks at Jo’s Java

Written by Christina Bowman. Media by Momoka Murata. Everyone loves to try seasonal drinks at coffee shops, and Jo’s Java is just the place to do that on Greenville University’s campus. Jo’s has an inviting environment and is a great place for doing homework, scheduling meetings, socializing and catching up with friends before a long day of classes. Owner Bonnie Jo Cole does a great job of ensuring her cust ...

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Meet Our Fall 2017 Staff

Written by Kori Nesbit. Media by Deloy Cole. Hello, Panthers! We are the Greenville University Papyrus, and we would like to take a moment to introduce our incredible staff which hopes to bring you content focused on what matters throughout the year. Publication of the Papyrus would not be possible without a few very important people. Erin Lobner and Maggie Shoepke are the Co-Editors In Chief, and Paige Lun ...

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Meet A. LaFaye!

Written by Kaylie Weideman. Media by Joseph Wood. Alexandria LaFaye is the Associate Professor of English at Greenville University. She has been at GU since 2011 and has taught Introduction to Creative Writing, Advanced Creative Writing, Introduction to Literary Theory, Cross-Cultural Literature, and Introduction to Multimedia Storytelling, amongst many others. Her areas of responsibility are Creative Writi ...

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Meet Matt Bernico!

Written by Kaylie Weideman. Media by Momoka Murata. Matt Bernico is an Assistant professor of Communication and Media Studies at Greenville University and has been since 2016. He teaches multiple classes, including Intro to Communications; Media Communications; Literary, Visual, and Media Theory; Public Relations; Producing Digital Narratives; and Gender Studies in Media Communication. He resides here in Gr ...

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Healthy Eating at GU

Written by Christina Bowman. Media by Momoka Murata. Students have been complaining about food options on campus long before our transition to Greenville University. Whether it be not having enough healthy options in the Dining Commons or the Union being too expensive­, some days the choices are slim. One student said, “They don’t have enough healthy options and they don’t have much of a variety.” Believe i ...

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Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival

Written by Isiah Price. Media by Joseph Wood. On Saturday, September 23, 2017, Greenville University’s Latin American History class attended the Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival. Dr. Richard Huston, the GU professor in charge of the field trip, said, The sights, sounds, smells, and flavors of the festival nourish my soul. The Authentic food is delectable. The Latin Jazz music strums the strings of my hea ...

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Queen Kylar

Written by Kori Nesbit. Media by Joseph Wood. “I was inspired to compete in the Richland County Pageant when I was a young girl,” Kylar Craig said, “Bill Jennings, former president of the Richland County Fair Board told me, 'one day, you will be Richland County Fair Queen,' and it has been a dream of mine ever since.” This summer, however, that dream became a reality. Kylar Craig, a junior social work major ...

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Meet Keli Pennington!

Written by Kaylie Weideman. Media by Momoka Murata. Keli Pennington is the Assistant Director of Admissions here at Greenville University. She was born and raised in the surrounding area of Peoria, IL, where her relationship with Christ helped her become the person she is today. She first committed her life to God when she was a little girl. She was playing outside her house and was convinced that Jesus was ...

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Coffee Talk: Week 3

Written by Hope Brakenhoff. Media by Momoka Murata. Coffee has proven to be a common denominator between millions of people worldwide, but coffee isn’t for everyone. Even if you try every option possible at a coffee house, you still may not find a drink you enjoy. Not every person enjoys coffee, but that does not mean non-coffee drinkers can not appreciate and understand what coffee does for so many people. ...

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Open Mic Night at the Blackroom

Written by Isiah Price. Media by Joseph Wood. The Blackroom had their first Open Mic Night of the school year on Tuesday, September 12 on Greenville University's campus. The Blackroom is a building between Hood, Mannoia, and Holtwick Hall where student artists can show their talent. Students can perform anything from music to spoken word, or even stand-up comedy routines. Many students showed up with their ...

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