Tag: writing

The Most Important Habit You Can Have

Have you ever reached the end of a day and wondered what you were thinking about the whole time? If you actually...

Symbols and Symbolisms in Culture

Written by Dylan Deppe. Media by Joey Unger. Symbols are everywhere.  They can be on flags waving in the air, smacked on the back of...

How Often Should Writers Write?

Written by Allison Perry. Media by Kelsey Middleton. As an aspiring writer with friends who love to write, I have had many debates concerning how often...

Cursive Makes a Comeback

Written by Kathleen Malone. Media by Kelsey Middleton. Cursive writing. Whenever we hear those two words, it almost feels like something which has gone far...

Meet A. LaFaye!

Written by Kaylie Weideman. Media by Joseph Wood. Alexandria LaFaye is the Associate Professor of English at Greenville University. She has been at GU since...

A. LaFaye: Author, Professor and Inspiration

Written by Lauren Buser. Media by Baylen Whitfield. Alexandria LaFaye is a professor at Greenville College. She has a husband, five children, and two...

NANOWRIMO

Written and Media by Emma Canady. The air is crisp and cold, the leaves orange and crunchy, and the drinks apple and pumpkin flavored.  November...

The Importance of Letter Writing

Written and Media by Mary Todd Christian. Call me old-fashioned, but I love writing letters! Maybe it’s just my love for wordplay, but there is...

The Scriblerus

Some may have heard of The Scriblerus, some may have been a part of it, while others may have no idea what it is or how to even pronounce it ( Scri-blerus). The Scriblerus is an online literary arts journal that seeks to explore the human experience with honesty and authenticity. We look for work that is passionate, curious, and portrays the complexity of being human. The journal is run by students at Greenville College and open to submissions from undergraduates and faculty at CCCU-affiliated schools and beyond.

Scrib Slam

Nerves raced through the performers as the start of the event drew closer. Each artist sending out last minute prayers and going over their lyrics in their heads.; they all worried that they would be the one to forget their lines. At least, that’s how I would have been. It was the first annual Scrib Slam, allowing all the creative types on campus an outlet to showcase their talents.

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