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Entertainment Radar Ep. 1 – Mac Miller, Eminem, Hozier, TREY

Entertainment Radar is a new podcast from Greenville University, examining what's new in music and pop culture! Stay tuned for new material!

Papyrus Exclusive: Jason Dunn Talks Faith, Music, Hawk Nelson Reunion Tour

Written and media by Joey Clinton. Jason Dunn is a legend in Christian pop-punk. A founding member of Hawk Nelson, during his tenure as the...

Growing Your Instagram (Interview with Sour Matt)

Written by Sour Matt. Media by Jon Friedman. In this interview, Sour Matt, the owner of a successful meme page on Instagram, teaches us about...

Fortnite Frenzy

Written and Media by Joey Clinton. Fortnite has taken the campus by storm (pardon the pun). Almost every night, dorm rooms across campus are filled with...

Nate and Cam: A Papyrus Exclusive Interview

Written and Media by Joey Clinton. The final notes of Journey's "Faithfully" fade away, leaving you sitting there, alone with your thoughts for a brief moment,...

Let’s Talk About Sodexo

Written by Dylan Deppe. Media by Jon Friedman. We all know the DC (Dining Commons), right? We all eat there, right? Oh wait, we don’t....

Dressember: Fighting Human Trafficking One Dress at a Time

Written by Beth Richardson. Media by Kelsey Middleton. Each December, women join together to fight against human trafficking in the form of wearing a dress...

Mark Barigye: New to the Stage

Written by Josh Robinson. Media by Kayla Morton. There’s nothing like improv! This is Greenville’s version of "Saturday Night Live" and "Wild 'n Out" combined....

Taylor Meyers In LA LA LAND

Written and Media by Mitch Thompson. On April 13, I had the opportunity to have Taylor Meyers sit down with me and talk about her amazing semester...

Football Opens Spring Practice

Written & Media by: John Dudley     This week we sat down with Greenville College Head Football Coach Robbie Schomaker about the upcoming spring practices and talked...

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