Tag: education

It’s a Big World

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

Tips for Education Majors

Written by Kori Nesbit. Media by Ethan Maurer. Deciding what you want to major in can be the most exciting, yet daunting decision of your...

Teachers Can Change the World

Written by Amber Wibbenmeyer. Media by Kelsey Middleton One teacher can make or break a student’s education. This is an intimidating truth that education majors...

Why Graduate School?

Written by Leanna Westerhof. Media by Kayla Morton.   One of the famous questions for college students includes, “Is graduate school in your future?” Or some...

Project One Haiti

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.

When I Don’t Agree with Your Theology

Written and Media by Mary Todd Christian.  Attending a Christian college means we are going to encounter different people with different faith traditions. Coming from...

What to Expect While Student Teaching: “Elementary” Style

Student Teaching; a period of guided teaching when the teacher candidate takes increasing responsibility for leading the school experiences of a group of learners over a period of consecutive weeks.

Beyond the Bachelor’s – Rachel Dothager

This week's alumni spotlight falls on 2011 Greenville graduate Rachel Dothager. Rachel took full advantage of her Greenville experience by participating in a variety of organizations, clubs, and trips. In the interview below, Rachel shares some of her experiences from the past few years. Rachel will be speaking this Thursday at Vespers. The Papyrus thanks Rachel for engaging with us as we go beyond the bachelors.

GC Speaks: Social Media

For many of us, social media is as much a part of our lives as eating, doing homework, and going to class. We’re checking alerts, updating our status, and commenting on the finer aspects of our life. So, if it’s such a normal aspect of what we do every day, should we consider using it during the times that it’s normally not allowed? How might that benefit us, and how might it prove to be more trouble than it’s worth?

Are general education courses a waste of time?

Author Ethan Ford; Media by Kelsey Kuethe. Going to Greenville College means many things, but one certainty is that you’ll be required to take a...