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Digital Manipulation: How Much Is Too Much?

Written by Baylen Whitfield. Media by Baylen Whitfield. Can we believe anything we see with our own eyes anymore? Digital manipulation occurs often in this day and age and there are various art forms that use this manipulation such as audio, videography, and photography. We have been able to digitally manipulate these art forms for about as long as they have been around. In fact, since the time cameras were ...

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Life is Short: Deja Sawyer

Writing and Media by Lauren Buser Life is short.  These words ring in the ears of college students all too often.  For most, it is the first time being away from home and a tough lesson that life does go on without you.  Deja Sawyer, Greenville College student and cheerleader, has experience with the loss of loved ones while at college and shares her experience.     Get to Know Deja Miss Deja Sawy ...

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Bible Journaling

Written and media by Maggie Schoepke. The key to any good organization is communication. People skills such as psychology, sociology, and business are often requirements for a college education. Greenville College's strength-based institution is one that helps each student to develop their own unique form of communication. At GC, the Christian community places value on personal skill sets. As a result, they ...

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Features! Featuring Features!

Written by Lauren Buser. Media by Baylen Whitfield.   Newspapers have sections from sports to opinions, entertainment to world news, and even local news. But there’s one section that is a smorgasbord of ideas, the features section! A features article is traditionally supposed to “feature” a program, event, or person. Because there are so many subjects that features can cover, the real trick is trying t ...

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Final Exam Do’s and Dont’s

Written by Megan Burns. Media by Baylen Whitfield.   With finals quickly approaching, it is time to start the dreaded studying process. From highly caffeinated drinks to neat notes, here are all the tips and tricks to getting through finals, alive.   Don’t listen to music while you are studying.   So many students turn on their favorite new Spotify playlist while pulling out their final notes ...

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So Long, Farewell

Written by Megan Burns. Media by Baylen Whitfield.   “So long, farewell auf wiedersehen, adieu, adieu, adieu, to you and you and you.” The end is creeping closer, and it is time to say your goodbyes. Whether you are finishing your first year, or you are ironing your gown and trying on your cap, there are a few things to do before May 19th. So many of our alumni reminisce on these times as bittersweet. Th ...

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Charity Water: A Non-Profit Making an Impact

Written by Lauren Buser Media by Miguel Fabela. Charity Water is a non-profit organization that works to provide clean water for as many people as possible around the world. Their belief is that clean water can change everything! The Water Crisis According to this organization, 663 million people in the world live without clean water. They know by providing clean water to these areas of the world, they can ...

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Apple Ethics Questioned

Written Lauren Buser. Media by Baylen Whitfield. Technology and technological advances are an important asset to day-to-day life. Apple products have become a very large company and a well-known name brand across the world. Apple Inc.’s ethics have been questioned since 2011, due to maltreatment of employees. We, as customers of these products, should be cautious and aware of such events.   Ethics Theo ...

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Petition for a Change

Written by Megan Burns. Media by Baylen Whitfield.   In a world with billions of people, it is easy to feel like your opinion isn’t heard and doesn't count. Change.org wants to change that. They pride themselves on being “The world’s platform for change,” with a six-step process to petition success. Create your petition Share your petition Build momentum Reach out to the media Engage your decision make ...

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Around the Globe

Written by Megan Burns. Media by Baylen Whitfield.     The Globe Theater is a Greenville gem that is hard to miss on the square with its neon signs. It is a great place for parties, date nights or family nights out. What you may not know are the many things that go one in and around the Globe. On Sunday mornings, you can join the Bridge Church at the Globe Theater for church. They have service at ...

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