With Jr/Sr right around the corner I thought it would be good to inform everyone of the different people you may meet. Whether this is your first time going to Jr/Sr or your last, I think this list will be most helpful for those that would rather people watch than dance (I'll admit, guilty as charged!) Without further ado, the top five people you will likely meet at this event are:
Can you feel, the love tonight?” I can hear Timon singing that song, right now, as I look around campus and see all the new especially those that just fit well together. I'm happy to see my friends finding the one person they want to spend the rest of their life with, good for them! No, I haven't found him yet, and yes, it does stink sometimes. I hope, however, that as you read this article—whether you are single or not—you will laugh and smile. For those out there like me, I hope you will embrace your singleness, even if you are upset you didn't get your “ring-by-spring.”
Being married is one of the most exciting things in the world. Being married and learning how to cook for two people on a limited budget and while one person is a college student is hard. Caleb and Cassy have made world stopping breakthroughs in the kitchen that can help the single or married college student.
Written by Ross Baker & Millie Hodnet. Media by Kat Kelley. Spring has sprung in Illinois, and for Greenville College students that means it is time for Sextravaganza! This year’s Sextravaganza topic is focused on debunking myths that surround sex and human sexuality. Greenville College Residence Life is putting on four different events this year, with one on each Tuesday of April.