Tag: fall

25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall

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Written by Andrea Martin, Media by Jack Wang On Sunday, November 9, Germany celebrated the 25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall. German Chancellor,...

DOWN WITH PUMPKIN SPICE

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Written by Jonathan Barker | Media by Thomas Hajny Welcome to October. It’s that time of year when our social media outlets become flooded with...

Haunting Halloween Desserts

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Written by Debra Eddy. Media by Kelsey Neier. When anyone thinks of Halloween, they think of candy, chocolate, and popcorn balls. The desserts in this article take...

Get Creative! D.I.Y. Ideas for Pumpkins

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Article and media by Charley Phillips Fall is in full swing and many people are purchasing pumpkins for their seasonal decor. One of the best things about...

Fall Fashion

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Written and digital media by Kelsey Neier. There’s a crisp breeze in the air, and the leaves have changed to beautiful shades of reds, browns,...

Favorite Fall Desserts

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Fall is the season for bonfires, falling leaves, and great comforting desserts. These five fall desserts will not only make you crave more, they will become recipes you pass down to friends and family.

Pinterest DIY: Fall Edition

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Article and media by Charley Phillips. Ahh, here it is again. One of my favorite seasons arrived as of September 22nd...fall! There is nothing more...

Best of Jo’s

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Written by Debra Eddy. Media by Kelsey Neier. Within our own campus located in the Dietzman building lies our local gem, Jo’s Java. When you need a coffee or a delicious jolt, than look no further than within Jo’ Java. Jo’s Java is a cool comfortable communal place where you can meet your friends and sip a hot coffee on a cool day or a cool drink on hot day.

A Love Letter to Greenville in the Fall

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Emily Bishop is the CRE of Burritt Hall and a Greenville College alumnus. Known for her love of beauty, Emily shares some of her favorite parts of experiencing Greenville in the fall below.

Seasonal M&M’s

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Once upon a time, when we were all wee little children, M&M’s came in two types, original and peanut. The world was a simpler place, before Y2K and iPhones. While the years that have passed have brought many complications into the world, as we know it, we must all take a second to express our gratitude for the expansion of those delectable little chocolate candies.