Tag: children

Boy Scouts Go Co-Ed

Written by Kathleen Malone. Media by Kelsey Middleton. A shocking development has recently come about in the Boy Scouts: they are now allowing girls to join...

Should Children be Sent to Daycare?

Written by Allison Perry. Media by Kelsey Middleton. Should children be sent to daycare? This is a common debate among the parental world. Some believe children...

What Makes a Role Model

Written by Amber Wibbenmeyer. Media by Kelsey Middleton.  What makes a role model? A role model can be anyone. The definition of a role model is...

Simplicity in Christ

Written and Media by Kristyn Ewing. We all look back at chapters of our lives and find times of stress, irritation, separation, and fear. These...

Child Abuse Awareness

Written by Lauren Buser. Media by Baylen Whitfield. “Man charged in 3-year old’s death.” Those are the words that rang out through the news...

Choosing My Major

Written by Susanna Bowers. Media by Kayla Morton. If I could choose to start over, would I still be an education major? I’m a senior majoring...

A. LaFaye: Author, Professor and Inspiration

Written by Lauren Buser. Media by Baylen Whitfield. Alexandria LaFaye is a professor at Greenville College. She has a husband, five children, and two...

Operation Christmas Child

Last Tuesday night, Greenville Student Outreach hosted a packing event for the Organization Operation Christmas Child (OCC). OCC is an organization that gives Christmas presents packaged in shoeboxes to needy children around the world. The categories for toys to put in the boxes are something to love, something for school, something to wear, something to play with, something for personal hygiene, and something special. The types of items in each category depend on the age and gender of the child intended. Children are split up into three age levels: 2-4, 5-9, and 10-14.