Tag: fun

Where to Go in Greenville

Article by: Debbie Eddy. Media by Charley Phillips. The township of Greenville offers students great food, great entertainment, and a place to relax at for...

Making Green: Entrepreneurship at Greenville

By now, you’ve probably seen them on campus: stands set up selling everything from delicious puppy chow to stylish t-shirts. That’s right, it’s time for the entrepreneurship class to put their new skills into action and provide us with some great merchandise to boot.

The Heat’s Approaching and So Is The Music

With summer creeping toward us, there are many things to be looking forward to. You know, those things you day-dream about all year in class when we should be listening to your prof? Well, day-dream no more! (At least after another week).. Because ‘tis the season for camping, swimming, getting your tan on and most importantly, MUSIC FESTIVALS!

Top Seven Facts about Cinco de Mayo

Following the joy that accompanies Star Wars Day (May the Fourth be with you!), we can all be very excited about Cinco de Mayo. This is a holiday most of us observe with a simple remembrance of elementary Spanish (“Oh yeah, that’s May 5th), so in case you’re somewhat rusty on your Cinco de Mayo particulars, here are a few facts about the holiday for your reading pleasure!

Dorm Gardening 101

Spring is officially here! As we enter this ‘warm’ season there are many activities that you can engage in. For example, you and your friends can lay out in the sun and tan, play ultimate Frisbee, or create a mini dorm garden. Gardening is a great hobby for those nature lovers out there. However, we all know that dorm space is limited, but here are a few steps on creating your very own unique garden.

Spring Breaking it

Spring Break 2014 is just around the corner, though it doesn't feel like it with the crazy winter we are still having. Never fear, for here at the Papyrus we have been compiling a list of travel tips for you. Whether you are going on a road trip, flying, or just going back home to be with family, these tips will help you to have the best Spring Break possible.

Yay for Yarn!

The similarities are enough to put knitting and crocheting in the same family of crafts. Both require large quantities of yarn. Both can create a host of cold weather accessories including hats, scarves, and mittens. Both are enjoyed by a growing number of GC students.

Game Scout: Free Games

Article and DM by Zach Bonner Are you bored? Are you broke? Are you BOTH??? Well my friend, you've come to the right place! Whether you like strategy, shooters, tower defense, RPG, or MMO, I'll do my best to find something you can lose track of time playing. A Mech Warrior style game, with a squad based feel. It has a similar game play style to Battlefield, but an infinitely smaller price-tag.