Tag: travel

Things To Do in St. Louis if You Only Have $10

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St. Louis, right on the Illinois and Missouri border (and about an hour outside of Greenville for those of us who are...

Love Donuts? Then You Need to Visit this Ohio County

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I'm not sure if it is super common for a person’s hometown to become really cool (and I mean like really cool)...

It’s a Big World

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Looking back in 20 years, you are most likely to be regretful of the opportunities that you did...

Traveling Through a Hurricane

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Written by Amber Wibbenmeyer. Media by Kelsey Middleton. Hurricane Irma was the largest hurricane to form in the Atlantic in 2017 so far (although Hurricane Maria...

Brazil Interterm Team

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Article & Media by Courtney Murphy and Olivia Maurer Looking for an amazing class to take over Interterm? Do you want to study abroad? Do...

Spring Break for YOU

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Written by Magan Burns. Media by Baylen Whitfield. Spring break is just around the corner, and the time has come to plan out your...

Beat Those Winter Blues

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Written by Megan Burns. Media by John Walnofer.   It's time to beat the winter blues that haunt us all around January and February. The holiday...

Project One Haiti

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Written by Emelia Ferrero. Media by Kelsey Neier. Project One Haiti, an organization operating out of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, demonstrates this kind of faith. James 1:27 tells us pure and undefiled religion before God is to visit orphans and widows in their trouble, and this is exactly what POH is about.

#IntertermIs

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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.