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Noah Dir: The Life of an RC

Written by Isiah Price. Media by Momoka Murata. As the semester is winding down, Tenney Hall at Greenville University finds itself full of students. Resident Chaplains are prepared to support the needs of their residents as they are very stressed with the weight of classes on their shoulders. The holidays are getting closer and the end of the semester is coming soon, so RC’s are experiencing one of their mo ...

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GU Bands: SideQuest

Written by Christina Bowman. Media by Momoka Murata. SideQuest is an on-campus DIY punk band. They have been going strong for two years now. Jairin Schad, a junior from Missouri (guitar/vocals), Jesse Taylor, a junior from Michigan (drums/vocals), Jacob Kersh a junior from Illinois (bass), and Ben Casey a junior from Illinois (synth) started their journey back in the fall of 2015. After being inspired by an ...

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GNRL377 Coffee: The Cup of Injustice

Written by Christina Bowman. Media by Momoka Murata. For only the second time at Greenville University, communications professor Dr. Matt Bernico and philosophy and religion professor, Dr. John Brittingham are coming together to teach an interterm class, Coffee: The Cup of Injustice. The last time it was offered was back in 2012. “Basically, whenever Dr. Brittingham and I are in the same room we have about ...

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10 Reasons Students Chose GU

Written by Christina Bowman. Media by Momoka Murata. One question most prospective students have is "What makes Greenville University special?" Here are ten current student's perspectives on that question and why they chose to become a Panther: “I chose Greenville because the school didn’t put a price tag on me and try to buy me. Greenville showed me authentic, healthy pride in a culture that is found here. ...

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The History of Thanksgiving

Written by Kaylie Weideman. Media by Joseph Wood. "Happy Thanksgiving!" is a phrase we use when we celebrate and feast with our families and friends. Thanksgiving is a holiday that dates back to 1621. It was introduced and celebrated by the Pilgrims and is always held on the fourth Thursday in November. At first, it was not distinguished as a holiday, but rather a simple gathering. Americans express thanksg ...

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Considering Academic Coaching?

Written by Isiah Price. Media by Momoka Murata. Midterms have passed and Greenville University students are racing toward the end of the fall semester. It is the time of the year where students are stressed, working hard on their studies. Many students spend their time in the library studying, where they can find quiet time to get their work done. The library is a great place for students to go to get their ...

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What Makes a Good Student

Written by Kaylie Weideman. Media by Joseph Wood. Being a college student can sometimes stressful. When you graduate high school, no one really teaches you how to be a responsible adult or what to do when leaving for college. Going to college is all about living life by trial and error. For instance, how does one be a "good student"? High school is way different than college because you are used to having t ...

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Find Out About Fall Intramurals!

Written by Isiah Price. Media by Momoka Murata. Greenville University hosts many events for students to participate in throughout the year. This year, however, they have added fall Intramurals to that. The games students can participate in include basketball, capture the flag, light-up two-hand-touch football, and much more! Greenville students can participate in many fun activities on campus by attending t ...

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New Campus Band: Said the Walrus

Written by Christina Bowman. Media by Momoka Murata. Said the Walrus is an indie/rock on-campus band at Greenville University. They just performed their debut show last month on Tuesday, October 17 in the Blackroom. Ben Isaacs (guitar/vocals), Noah Bassett (bassist/vocals), and Jon (Jofi) Friedman (drums) began playing music together their freshman year with the idea of forming a band. Utilizing the summer ...

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What is a Dream Job?

Written and Media by Kristyn Ewing. Part of the idea of living the American Dream is having a dream job, wouldn’t you agree? Heads up! The reality of accepting that position might be harder than it seems. It might not even exist. In a 2015 Ted Talk, Laura Fortgang said, "We are told we can be anything we want to be when we grow up. When we go to pick that college major though, the question changes from ‘wha ...

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