Tag: humor

“The Princess Bride” was the perfect movie for Greenville to show...

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2020 has, to be blunt, been a pretty miserable year. With all the chaos going on because of COVID-19, stress has been...

Nate and Cam: A Papyrus Exclusive Interview

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Written and Media by Joey Clinton. The final notes of Journey's "Faithfully" fade away, leaving you sitting there, alone with your thoughts for a brief moment,...

Joyous Chaos: A Night of Laughs

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Written by Paige Stanley. Media by Ethan Maurer. If you attend Greenville University then you have definitely heard of Joyous Chaos. If you do not...

Improv: President’s Day 2017

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Media by Olivia Maurer. In case you missed the President's Day Joyous Chaos show, view it here! Check out their Facebook page for more information.

Saved by the Bell

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Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Courtney Murphy. When nostalgia hits hard, don’t sweat it. Apparently, if you say “It’s alright, ‘cause I’m saved by...

Christian Comedians to Brighten Your Day

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Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Courtney Murphy.   At this point in the semester, most of us could use a little comic relief. Unfortunately, most...

Beware: The Internetainers

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Written by Tristin Campbell. Media by Courtney Murphy. The internet is a dangerous place--we all know this. It lies, it distracts, and it steals. It steals...

For The Love Of Love

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The cinematic genre of the Romantic Comedy has been misunderstood, disrespected, and used as the butt of many jokes for years and years. There are some who reject romantic comedies on grounds of principle, arguing that the movies are just sentimental fluff. Others find the familiar plot arch predictable and boring. Still others, mainly females, find great enjoyment, fun, and laughter from a good romantic comedy.