Tag: kelsey neier
Texas Design Conference
The plane touched down Wednesday October 28th in Dallas, Texas. My legs felt a little bit like jello as I grabbed my luggage and headed out of the terminal. I had survived my first flight and was ready for an incredible experience in a new state. My advisor Deloy Cole, Papyrus editor Kaylee Summers, Social Media editor Madison Moran, The Vista editor Kirsten Norsworthy and I were ready to take over Texas. Our days were filled with adventure, food, music and retaining lots of information. This was an incredible experience that I was blessed to be a part of.
Fall Fun at Daniken Tree Farm
Written and media by Kelsey Neier. Fall is such a beautiful season. It’s when hot chocolate is flowing, scary movies are showing and big orange pumpkins are growing. If you’re like me then you made a mental note of partaking in fall activities and have every intention of crossing each one off. One activity that is on the very top of my bucket list is picking pumpkins. I love to go with my family every year to find the perfect pumpkin that is stable and has plenty of surface area for an artsy carving. My family has made many years of memories going to Daniken Tree Farm to pick out our perfect pumpkins.
Some may have heard of The Scriblerus, some may have been a part of it, while others may have no idea what it is or how to even pronounce it ( Scri-blerus). The Scriblerus is an online literary arts journal that seeks to explore the human experience with honesty and authenticity. We look for work that is passionate, curious, and portrays the complexity of being human. The journal is run by students at Greenville College and open to submissions from undergraduates and faculty at CCCU-affiliated schools and beyond.
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.
For many, the hardest part of working out isn’t cardio exercises or lifting weights, but simply walking into the gym. In other words, the gym can be intimidating.
Overcoming Senior Stress
Written by Amanda Hermes. Media by Kelsey Neier. Overcoming senior stress… is it even possible? As the end of the year draws near, our final projects and tests become ever more imminent. It can feel like the world is ending as we sit at our desk at 3am drinking our 5th cup of coffee in efforts to stay awake. So what can we do to help manage the stress that comes from last minute projects and tests? After four years of college, I have learned a few tricks to do just that:
Easter Around the World
Written and Media by Kelsey Neier. Easter is a time to remember Jesus’s suffering and His celebration of life as the stone was rolled away to rejoice our risen Lord! It is a time when we get together with family and remember all Jesus has done for us to free us from our sins. There are many ways that Easter is celebrated throughout the world.
Ten Things Being a Digital Media Major Taught Me
Digital Media is an awesome major that Greenville College offers. This major allows us to think creatively and allows our ideas and concepts to be brought to life through photography, video, graphic design, web and many more. So far, I've learned a lot about time management and want to share my thoughts and helpful tips on how to make the most of being a Digital Media major.
Emergency Preparedness: 5 Things to Keep In Your Car This Winter
It’s important to stay calm and make sure you are prepared for bad road conditions, as well as the possibility that you could become stranded for awhile. Here are five things that are crucial to have in your car when driving during winter.