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Sports Profile: Swade Edwards

Written and Media by Sara Dawson. Swade Edwards is a Greenville University Basketball Player. Edwards is a 23-year-old Junior transfer from Oakland, California. He graduated...

470 Days Later

Written by Paige Lunde. Media by Rachel Koehnemann. Change happens every day, sometimes in the blink of an eye. Maybe these are not huge changes...

Greenville College: A Freshman’s Perspective

Written by Johnathon Goodenow. Media by Kayla Morton. Greenville College has been an amazing experience for me as a freshman. I learned about relationships, faith,...

Real Talk with Teresa Holden

Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Courtney Murphy.   Buried underneath the mountains of election news, movie releases and clickbait articles lies an important issue: the...

High School VS College

It wasn’t that long ago when all of us college students were once in high school. However, thinking back that far it seems like it was an eternity. My first day was rough. I had to stand outside in the freezing cold while I waited for the bus. There were a couple of older kids around me spitting slews of cuss words back and forth between each other.

High School vs. College

Written by Jonathan Barker | Media by Thomas Hajny Some say, “high school is the best four years of your life.” Shortly after I arrived...

Actions May Go a Long Way

Written by Kristi Reindl. Media by Taylor Neal During my sophomore year of high school, I sat next to a boy in biology–a boy I wasn’t particularly fond of. I knew nothing about him, except that he was boisterous and loved counting how many times the teacher sent him to the principal’s office each week. Though we shared a desk, I put as much distance between us as the table allowed while he riled the rest of the classroom. I had no interest in sharing detention.