GCSA: Latin Dance Night
Written by Stephanie Rodriguez Media by Aaron Phillips Greenville College does a great job providing cross-cultural opportunities to students because it’s important to learn...
The Elite 32 and What They Do For You
Article by Emily Rauch Media by Aaron Phillips “Dude, I wish campus had (insert cool thing or cool club you would like to see on...
GC Students Take the Plunge
Written by Whitney Vitt. Media by Aaron Phillips. Urban Plunge began on Friday, Oct. 23, as 16 Greenville College students met in Ganton Circle and boarded...
Written by Whitney Vitt. Media by Aaron Phillips. Kicking off the basketball season last Wednesday night, the Greenville College basketball teams and many students...
Mosaic’s Grill & Chill a Complete Success
Written by Whitney Vitt. Media by Aaron Phillips Mosaic is a Greenville College student-led club that believes in “celebrating the diversity of our college community...
What is Club ROOTS?
Written and Media by Kelsey Neier. Club ROOTS is a GCSA approved non profit organization that provides breakfast, lunch and snacks for children of families with insufficient funds in Sorento, Illinois. I sat down with Stephanie Rodriguez, a junior Communications major and Accounting minor, who is a member of Club ROOTS to talk a little but about what this organization's purpose is, and its plans for the future.
Student Senate Meeting
Written by Squirrel Rauch, Media by Jack Wang Have you heard the rumors about Burritt being torn down and turned into a gladiator arena? Or how...
It Only Takes A Spark
On Friday, March 28th, a spark landed on the Greenville College. Thanks to the efforts of GCSA, students were treated to speakers throughout the day who spoke about different aspects of leadership. The day started off in Chapel with author Jeff Shinabarger, author of More or Less. He spoke on the topic of generosity and what it meant in terms of being leaders.
7 Misconceptions about the Mysterious Backpacking Trip: WalkAbout
WalkAbout. All we know is that it’s long, in the woods, and something about Chacos. Due to the lack of clarification, we’ve highlighted and addressed some misconceptions about WalkAbout.
No More DC Ice Cream
The Dining Commons are notorious for being students’ least favorite place to eat, but their newest health measure has raised the bar to a whole new level. As of Monday of next week, the Dining Commons will remove the soft-serve ice cream machine from the dessert table…...permanently.