Written by Taylor Harpster. Media by Joey Clinton. With the season of Resident Chaplain (RC) applications quickly approaching, knowing a little bit more about one...
Spring Break 2014 is just around the corner, though it doesn't feel like it with the crazy winter we are still having. Never fear, for here at the Papyrus we have been compiling a list of travel tips for you. Whether you are going on a road trip, flying, or just going back home to be with family, these tips will help you to have the best Spring Break possible.
We all know THAT couple, that couple that claim they are not dating but spend every waking moment texting and every free chance together. This way of communicating interest and getting to know each other has seem to become the norm in a phenomena we like to call ‘talking’. We see these people across the DC, enjoying lunch when someone asks, “Are Phoebe and Bartholomew dating?” You immediately correct them by stating “No, they aren't dating, they are just talking.”
Well, six weeks has gone by and we’ve all finally settled into a routine for school. That routine could be anything from getting your homework done early and then hanging out with your friends, to leaving all your homework to the last minute and stressing out because you have three 2 page papers due by tomorrow. As midterms pass by, and we get closer to the end of the semester, make sure that you keep up on everything, from school to friends. Letting these things take over your life will cause you to be sorry later on in the semester.
I believe it was Einstein who defined insanity as doing the same thing over and over again while expecting different results. With this Einsteinian thought in mind, I want to say something to those of you out there who feel drawn to someone on the Greenville campus but have yet to make a move because you’re expecting a miracle to make that relationship happen for you - you are “insane.” I can hear some of you now, “So what chance do I have?”