Tag: events

What is Interfaith?

Greenville University is an established Christian university, so how can students of different religions or no religion at all fit in at the institution?...

What To Do When There’s “Nothing To Do”

Sometimes it may seem like there isn't much to do on campus. Between classes and extracurricular activities, it feels like there isn't much else...

To the Dreamers: GU on the DACA Movement, Part 2

Written by Zack Silvas. Media by Ashley Chaney. March 5th was the original deadline for Congress to take any action to create a new policy...

To the Dreamers: GU on the DACA Movement

Written by Zack Silvas. Media by Ashley Chaney. Ever since its inception, DACA has been a light of hope for many undocumented immigrants, giving opportunities...

Agape Scholars International

Media & Article by Courtney Murphy and Kalynn Pierce. This morning we had the pleasure of having Amanda Scott and Lennae Smidderks speaking at Chapel. They shared their...

Shtuff Cubed Podcast #8: Flashback 2

The second installment of the flashback series! The boys talk about the spoken word event held on campus featuring Ezekiel Azonwu, the weird American themed...

Harvey Coming Soon to the Factory Theatre

While Greenville College’s Factory Theatre has seen some change over the last couple years, the show must go on! In light of this motif, seasoned director Cecelia Ulmer has returned from retirement to provide a little help during a time of transition at the theatre. However, this means that you know that this show is in good hands. Having been a part of the Factory Theatre since before any of us can remember, Dr. Ulmer knows the ins and outs of theatre like no one else on campus, and she is proud to present for this year’s fall performance Harvey by Mary Chase.

GC Panthers Battle Over Audience Hearts – Mr. Panther 2013

On October 16th, Ladue Auditorium was packed with an almost all female audience ready to see the crowning of the 2013 Mr. Panther. Eight male leaders on campus lined the stage intent on giving their best performance that would impress the audience and win over the judges. These handsome contestants were Mr. Res Life-Ben Linder, Mr. Connect 4-Caleb Hall, Mr. Soccer-Parker Wray, Mr. Mannoia-Tyler Wright, Mr. Chinese Student Association-Albert Lee, Mr. Agape- Adam Crouch, Mr. Improv-Andrew Perkett, and Mr. Education-Ross Baker.

Midnight Madness: A Cause to Celebrate

As the kick-off to basketball season and Homecoming Week, Midnight Madness is a celebratory event the recognizes school spirit, friendly competition, and some of our athletes. This pep rally took place in the H.J. Long Gym on October 14th. The cheerleaders gave a warm welcome to the student audience with their cheers and stunts.

Where Is Everyone?

Written by Carolyn Fairbanks. Media by Jessica Sturgeon. Getting to be the Campus News Editor this semester has given me the opportunity to go to events I might not otherwise attend. To my disappointment a majority of the time I get there and realize nobody else usually attends them either. So it gets me wondering, where is everyone? I know we’re a small school, but that should be a even bigger reason to show up to events. Now I know everyone has different excuses and reasons, and some of you do show up, but I have covered a lot of Campus Events in these last few semesters and the same few people are usually present, and they frequently the ones that plan the events.