Tag: illinois

The Best Coffee in Greenville: It’s Not What You Think

Written and Media by Jon Friedman. Coffee: some people hate it but some people can’t live without it. Many people find the taste repulsive, but...

Queen Kylar Takes on State

Written by Kori Nesbit. Media by Ethan Maurer. “What an absolute honor it was to be named First Runner-Up at the Miss Illinois State Fair...

Humans of GC: Tornado Edition

Written by Lauren Buser. Media by Ben Isaacs. On February 28th, tornadoes ripped through our mid-western area. The devastation was tragic. Greenville College students speak...

Brazil Interterm Team

Article & Media by Courtney Murphy and Olivia Maurer Looking for an amazing class to take over Interterm? Do you want to study abroad? Do...

The Life of a Butcher

Written and Media By: Brianna Anderson "Hey, dad! Now that I got my first deer what are we going to do with it?" "Well son, we can...

Small Town Life

Consider life a story of it's own. There are characters, plots, scenes, and a setting where it all takes place. The only difference is it is real life, and all of these elements are determined by you and your environment. Family farms and quaint country towns are just one of the many areas in which someone can reside and create their life story. Greenville college students explain how they feel about growing up in a small town setting.

Project One Haiti

Written by Emelia Ferrero. Media by Kelsey Neier. Project One Haiti, an organization operating out of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, demonstrates this kind of faith. James 1:27 tells us pure and undefiled religion before God is to visit orphans and widows in their trouble, and this is exactly what POH is about.

How to Survive Illinois in the Winter

Written and Media by Mary Todd Christian We haven't quite made it out of fall yet, but before we know it, winter will be upon...

Haunted Places in Illinois

Written and Media by Kelsey Neier. It's that thrilling, yet horrifying, time of the year again, Halloween. During this time of the year, people tend to get into the mood for Halloween by watching scary movies, playing pranks on each other and searching for places that will bring great fear upon them. Many people enjoy going on haunted hayrides, haunted trails and seeking out just about any place that will give them a thrill. If you do your research carefully, you can find some creepy places around Illinois.

The Heat’s Approaching and So Is The Music

With summer creeping toward us, there are many things to be looking forward to. You know, those things you day-dream about all year in class when we should be listening to your prof? Well, day-dream no more! (At least after another week).. Because ‘tis the season for camping, swimming, getting your tan on and most importantly, MUSIC FESTIVALS!