Tag: october

The Drop: Sneaker Releases of October

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Join us on this episode with Benn Jane, a sneaker reseller out of Chicago, Illinois, who also has his own sneaker page...

The Caramel Mochas You Bean Waitin’ For

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It's mid-October, and finally hot drink season. Pumpkin Spice is overused, overplayed, and we're... over it. An underrated hot drink classic is...

Places to Spice Up Your Fall

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The weather is starting to cool down and the leaves are changing into beautiful reds and golds. Fall is finally here!  If...

Murph’s Pitch Ep.11: Playoff Baseball Special

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Written by Logan Murphy.  Media by Joseph Wood. It's playoff baseball time! I sit down with Austin Rexroad, Joe Wood, and GU's head baseball coach, Lynn...

GC Speaks: Favorite Halloween Movies

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Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Alli Haug. It’s that time of the year. For most Greenville students, the middle of October means midterms, midterms,...

Top 3 October Celebrity Birthdays

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Written by Becca Oldham. Media by Emma Canady. Regardless of what many people may think, our favorite celebrities do age and have annual birthdays just...

DanAndPhilGames

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Written by Emma Canady. Media by Bekah Dothager. Sept. 12, 2015, marked a very special occasion for two people and their millions of fans: the...

Breast Cancer Blowout

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Almost everyone knows of Breast Cancer. Most probably aren’t experts on the subject, but many do know of this type of cancer and feel that it’s a serious problem for women and has affected the lives of many and their families. Breast Cancer is often represented and acknowledged in various ways: Commercials, stores, jewelry, it’s supported in some sports, the pink ribbon (which has become a symbol for Breast Cancer), pink clothing, and October has even become Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Personally, I feel that Breast Cancer is more represented that other cancer types and other illnesses and diseases in general. Yes, Breast Cancer is very important and should be taken seriously, but other diseases should be taken just as seriously.