You Are Here: Home » Opinion (Page 28)

Good Answers to Faith Integration Defy Simplicity

Written by Peter Owens; Media by Kelsey Kuethe. I was recently in West Virginia at a winter resort, meeting a bunch of other twenty-somethings who were, like myself, working in higher education. We were there to study the influences of religion, particularly Christianity, on the academy in America since the first European settlers planted their little clogged feet on the East Coast in the early 17th century ...

Read more

Favoritism Among Athletics

Written by Erica Siddle. Athletic favoritism has affected sporting teams from the preschool level to the professional leagues for as long as there have been athletics.  With favoritism so embedded into the world of sports, the issue is easily brushed back under the rug when a conflict rears its ugly head.  Being an athlete myself, I have witnessed a wide variety of favoritism over the years.  But like many ...

Read more

Skipping Thanksgiving

Written by Erica Siddle. I have noticed a disturbing trend occurring more each year throughout the month of November: the disappearance of Thanksgiving.  When I was younger, the month of November was defined by Thanksgiving.  Granted, I had the elementary Pilgrims and Indians dress up day and feast to look forward to for the entire month, but even throughout the excitement of getting to dress up after Hallo ...

Read more

GC Speaks: December 5th, 2012

Welcome to the 3rd issue of GC Speaks! This is where we ask the questions and YOU get to see what your fellow students had to say. With the release of the final installment of the blockbuster series Twilight, it's hard to go anywhere without seeing or hearing something related to the films. We at the Papyrus recently took a walk around campus asking students the question: Who is your favorite Twilight chara ...

Read more

Is Journalism Black and White?

Written by Kristen Minshall. Gone are the days of the newspaper. There is no longer the need to put on your slippers and walk down the driveway to pick up your soggy paper. Information, news, and headlines are literally a click away. We have officially entered into the digital age. As Mark Cooper puts it, “The future is digital: text, not print; viral, not one-to-many; and, in critical ways, more global and ...

Read more

A New Take on COR 401

Written by Michael Carlisle, Arley Cornell, Sarah Dothager, Jamie Harling, and Kate Leenerts. In 2004, Greenville College implemented a senior capstone course known as COR 401. When founded, COR 401 was an advanced integrative studies course that required students to research an issue and work with others in different fields of study. Since then, it has transformed into a class, which still requires integra ...

Read more

Disaster and Sin

Written by Nathan Crews. These past few weeks, the devastation of Hurricane Sandy throughout the Northeast has been plastered across our TV screens and Twitter feeds. The scenes have been pretty gnarly. Flooding through the first floor with families trapped on the second. Houses wiped from foundations. It is pure and unadulterated devastation. Whether folks experienced the storm first hand or "experienced" ...

Read more

A Response to Abortion: Why It’s Wrong

Written by David Justice. I would like to say upfront that in this article, my primary purpose is not to disagree with the article that I am responding to, nor to address the American political agendas that are intertwined with the issue of abortion. In fact, I agree with Justin Mulholland that children are gifts from God and that it is a tragic thing when an abortion occurs. I think, however, that, as Chri ...

Read more

Overall Opinion of 2012 Campaigns

Written by Peter Huston. Now that the 2012 presidential election is over, I think we can all breathe a collective sigh of relief.  Not only because Barack Obama won reelection, but because it means an end to the campaigning and political advertising.  Barack Obama won the election by way of 332 electoral votes and 51 percent of the popular vote to Mitt Romney's 206 electoral votes and 48 percent of popular ...

Read more

                                                                       © 2016 Powered By GCDM

Scroll to top