Written by Johnathon Goodenow. Media by Kayla Morton. Studying at a college or university has many advantages that are often overlooked by students. One is...
t really doesn’t get much better than this when it comes to filling that cross-cultural requirement. This past interterm, I was privileged to be in the first-ever Cuisine and Culture class, and it definitely didn’t disappoint. What better way to learn about other cultures than to experience their foods firsthand?
I’m about to take part in the last interterm of my career as a Greenville College student and I still struggle at explaining it well to others. It may seem like a fairly simple concept, a month devoted to the studies of one class, but after you experience a couple interterms you realize it is so much more extraordinary than that.
Written by Caleb "Hoss" Dossett. It wasn’t until a student let me know (extremely regretfully, I might add) that he needed to choose to study for an important test over attending class, that I finally got the picture. Teachers are awesome – I can think of three professors right off the top of my head that have impacted my life in incredible ways – but they don’t have magical formulas that can turn students into genies (that’s the plural of genius, right?).