Tag: jo’s java
As college students we all know we have to study to achieve good grades, the question is where to with minimal or no distractions, if that is even possible. There are places on campus and off campus conducive to the art of studying and they are: the library, Jo’s Java, Whitlock building chapel lobby, the Student Union, and McDonalds.
Written by Debra Eddy. Media by Kelsey Neier. Within our own campus located in the Dietzman building lies our local gem, Jo’s Java. When you need a coffee or a delicious jolt, than look no further than within Jo’ Java. Jo’s Java is a cool comfortable communal place where you can meet your friends and sip a hot coffee on a cool day or a cool drink on hot day.
Student Teaching; a period of guided teaching when the teacher candidate takes increasing responsibility for leading the school experiences of a group of learners over a period of consecutive weeks.
Last Thursday and Friday, Greenville College was honored to welcome Rachel Held Evans to campus, writer of Evolving in Monkey Town and A Year of Biblical Womanhood. Her visit began with a coffeehouse hangout at Jo’s Java, where students, faculty, and community members were encouraged to come and hang out and ask questions that they had for Rachel.
When most of us hear the name “Ted”, we think of our childhood teddy bear, or maybe our slightly awkward uncle. Well on Fridays at 3:30 in Jo's Java, “Ted” means something a little different. TED is a non profit that has been focused on spreading Ideas Worth Spreading since 1984.
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