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Six Ways to Reconnect with God During the Busy Semester

Written and Media by Beth Richardson. It's one in the morning and you have your planner—multi-colored stickies and all—opened across the table in front of...

Go Abroad or Go Home

Written by Summer Mengarelli. Media by Jon Friedman. Studying abroad is a daunting idea, but it just may be one of the best decisions of...

Fall Television to Put on Your Radar

Written by Regina Sanders. Media by Kayla Morton. Television holds a special place in America's heart, and different programs bring various groups of people together....

Where Does Your Loyalty Lie?

Written and Media by Kristyn Ewing. Often, our loyalties lie in places such as sports teams, social media followers, and/or entertainment. They also might be deeply set...

The Awkward Hour

Written and Media by Lauren Buser. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- It's the fourth week of classes at GC and students are either settling into their routines or becoming overwhelmed...

If the Sims Taught Home Ec

Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Courtney Murphy. About a decade ago, we were blessed (or cursed) with one of the internet’s many wonders: “The...

Pies for Pi Day

Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Courtney Murphy. Nerds everywhere rejoice--it’s Pi Day! Annually on March 14, math lovers and pie lovers connect in honor...

Beware: The Internetainers

Written by Tristin Campbell. Media by Courtney Murphy. The internet is a dangerous place--we all know this. It lies, it distracts, and it steals. It steals...

How to Find the Benefits in Healthy Homesickness

Written and Media by Mary Todd Christian My freshman year at Greenville was one of the most memorable years of my life. However, the first...

Fighting the Freshman Fifteen

“He ended up gaining the freshman fifteen.” These are words no college student wants to hear or experience. It’s something that our parents and friends warn us about right before giving us a pat on the back and sending us off to college. It’s something that freshmen don’t want to believe to be true until they look in the mirror or on a scale and start to see a difference.

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