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Black Friday Workout Plan

Written by Jonathan Barker | Media by Thomas Hajny There is less than two weeks until Thanksgiving. This means several different things, but most importantly it means that Black Friday is almost here! We’ve prepared just the thing for all the anxious Black Friday shoppers. Follow these instructions and you will easily crush your competition. Here is the official 2014 Black Friday workout plan. SUNDAY To pre ...

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The Christmas Curse

Written by Paige Farnworth | Media by Thomas Hajny On November 1st, I went shopping with my little sister in a Kohl’s department store. We were shopping, chatting, and bonding, when all of a sudden, I stopped dead in my tracks. An unpleasant noise attacked my ears: Christmas music. Mind you, it was the day after Halloween. Jack-o’-lanterns still out on front porches and kids still on candy sugar highs from ...

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The Campus That Cried “Rape”

Written by Paige Farnworth | Media by Thomas Hajny At the beginning of the semester, Greenville College students gathered with their residence halls for informational All Hall Meetings. It was near the end of these meetings that CREs of the halls showed a sexual harassment and assault video to raise awareness about these issues. While the purpose of this video and discussion was to comfort the students in r ...

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One Resident’s Strife

Written by Jonathan Barker | Media by Thomas Hajny We’re finally at the age when we can proudly live on our own without our parents hounding us for staying out too late. Yes, we’ve become responsible enough to live with our peers away from home. This is a monumental event for all parties involved as new chapters begin in our lives. However, it seems that often times my floor-mates have forgotten that since  ...

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GC Memes FTW

Written by Jonathan Barker | Media by Thomas Hajny As college students, it’s safe to assume that all of us have a very stressful schedule. I know I do. My workload includes papers, projects, presentations, tests, reading assignments, night classes, labs, and not to mention, my part-time job. Our futures depend on what decisions we make as students. No pressure. How are we expected to handle this? Comic reli ...

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GC Speaks: Favorite Cartoon Character

Written by Thomas Hajny | Media by Jonathan Barker & Thomas Hajny Hey guys, it's time for another GC Speaks! This time, Jonathan and I went around campus and asked you, Greenville students, who your favorite cartoon character is. It doesn't have to end here. Let us know in the comments if you have a favorite cartoon character and tell us who it is.   ...

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After the Ring by Spring

Written by Paige Farnworth | Media by Thomas Hajny We all know the joke. We pay for a college education, but if we don’t snag that ring by spring we should get our money back, right? Although this idea seems to be based on relationship hungry girls that come to college to get their MRS. degree, it actually reflects real statistics. Marriage is a relevant topic for college students and so I sought out recent ...

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GC Speaks: Halloween Candy

GC Speaks: Halloween Candy Written by Jonathan Barker | Media by Thomas Hajny   GC Speaks is back again! Since we are getting very close to Halloween, Thomas and I polled students of GC to see what their favorite Halloween candy was. We found that chocolate related sweets tend to be most popular. Candy Corn is also very prevalent.  See for yourself!   Here is a summary of our findings:   Stil ...

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The Art of Manliness: A Christian Perspective

Written by Jonathan Barker | Media by Thomas Hajny One of my friends brought up the rhetorical question: What does it take to be a man? I answered, “A man has integrity.”   When the issue of manhood is brought up, I often think of the 2011 album Man Up by 116 Clique, a compilation album featuring Lecrae and members of his label, Reach Records. This 7-track Hip Hop album discusses different aspects of w ...

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With Doors Wide Open: A Thank You Note

Written by Paige Farnworth  | Media by Thomas Hajny My arms ache under the weight of my stack of binders and books. I race across Scott Field to get to class, crazy hair flowing behind me, because I am running late. Stress tightens up my shoulders and furrows my brow. I am not in the best mood. A young man sees “the struggle bus” that is me behind him and decides to hold the door open for me. I crack a smil ...

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