Summer Reading Guide

by Abi Hillrich For the Poet: If You Have A Short Attention Span: To Prepare for Binge-Watching a New TV Show: To Curl Up On The Couch and Read For Days: For the Artist: To Expand Your Worldview:

The Diviners

by Summer Mengarelli The Factory Theatre performed the Diviners, a play by Jim Leonard, Jr., on the nights of April 20th, 21st, and 22nd. This was the fourth theatrical production of the school year, and the first non-musical play. Under the direction of one of Greenville’s newest faculty members, Dr. […]

Playing for More

by  Hope Brakenhoff After the questionable weather that hit the Midwest in late April and early May, it became uncertain if the Greenville Women’s Soccer team would be able to host their spring tournament at all. Even though the morning was chilly and there were clouds all day long, the […]

A Softie for Softball

by Maci Sepp Spring arrived early on Greenville College’s campus. Despite what Groundhog Day may have predicted, the vibrant season was just around the corner. The warm weather took us all by surprise. Spring break seemed to end before it even began; and the Lady Panthers kicked off their softball […]

School’s for Fools

by Sean Pope In case you haven’t heard, school’s for fools. Contrary to popular belief, the fool is a bright-minded individual. Chances are your grades are not as good as the fool’s, because the fool stays up every night to make sure each assignment goes beyond expectations. The fool passes […]

Ring by Spring Through the Ages

by Summer Mengarelli On your way to ring by spring? Here are some faculty and staff couples who followed the same path. The Statons Kaylee and Alex both graduated last year, Kaylee with a B.A. in Communication-Public Relations and Alex with a B.S. in Marketing. Kaylee is now an admissions […]

Taught to Teach

by Mandy Pennington During their final semester in the Education Department, Greenville College students are sent out to student teach in area schools. The experience, while all-consuming and sometimes stressful, is chock-full of learning moments and real-life experience. GC students enjoy getting to know their kids, learning the ins-and-outs of […]

The Sacred Process of Creation

by Abi Hillrich Understanding how to interact with culture and art is something the Church has been struggling with for decades. Finding a way to appropriately engage in culture without giving in to the immediate gratification that seems so appealing has been difficult for leaders of the Church to manage, […]

Skeptical by Default

by Kelsey Knoploh Truth has always been an interesting concept, but also one that is incredibly difficult to determine or define. We all certainly value the truth and desire not to be misled or lied to. However, this fact has become increasingly true in an age dominated by social media. […]

Instilling Honor, Creating a Legacy

by Abi Hillrich Phil Davis, the head men’s volleyball coach, has a history with the sport that traces all the way back to his years studying at Greenville College. Though the current men’s volleyball program began only two years ago, Davis was a member of a volleyball club at Greenville […]