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What’s up with the GU Wifi?!?!

https://soundcloud.com/ryan-nelson-131753058/gu-wifi-podcast Today we discuss the recent issues going on with the Greenville University Wifi system. To get a...

Faith in the Workplace

Written by Hope Brakenhoff. Media by Taylor Harpster. Take a second and think about where you will be in four years. One thing every single...

But First, Responsibilities

Written by Allison Perry. Media by Tawnie Kozora. In the movies, we see college students spending their spring break somewhere on a beach, being irresponsible,...

Quantity or Quality

Writing and Media by Lauren Buser. The choice between quantity and quality of a product is easy to see in our everyday lives. Many, however,...

The Awkward Hour

Written and Media by Lauren Buser. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- It's the fourth week of classes at GC and students are either settling into their routines or becoming overwhelmed...

Dear Family

Written By Megan Burns. Media by Baylen Whitfield. There are some things that college students want their families to know. It gets frustrating hearing...

Minimum Wage

According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, the federal minimum wage is $7.25 an hour. Illinois’ is $8.25 an hour, which is higher than higher than a lot of the states, but Washington is ahead, the minimum wage being $9.19 an hour! Of course it would be great to get paid almost $10 an hour, but I honestly feel that Illinois’ minimum wage is not bad at all, not saying it is great and should never consider changing. But after looking at Wyoming’s minimum wage, $5.15 an hour, Illinois does not seem so bad! And most of the states have similar minimum wages.

GC Speaks: Government and State Aid Programs and Social Mobility

There has been a running debate for a while now about social welfare and federal and state aid programs. Some say that the programs are just a way for people to be lazy and reap the benefits of others’ work. Others say that although there are some people who take advantage of the system, there are also those who really need to programs to get back on their feet. I believe that these programs should not be removed completely, but that perhaps there should be more regulations for those who enroll in them.

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