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Freshman floors to expand after successful year

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When the initial reports of freshman floors were confirmed last spring, no one knew what to expect. The change was an entirely new precedent for the residence halls that had never seen an all-freshmen floor. From anecdotal testimony and preliminary data, both the men’s and women’s floors seem to have been successful. So much so

Treat your taste buds with Tropical Smoothie Café

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The Greenville area now boasts its first Tropical Smoothie Café, and the café has arrived just in time to meet the energy needs of students preparing for the last few weeks of the semester and final exams. Tropical Smoothie Café is located at 1118 Woodruff Road in the shopping center with Trader Joe’s. According to

BJU hosts prayer breakfast in memory of Jacobs

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Bob Jones University hosted the inaugural Allen Jacobs Memorial Prayer Breakfast at 7 a.m. on March 16. More than 200 people attended the breakfast, with the majority being law enforcement officers. The breakfast was without charge for law enforcement officers, but other attendees sponsored tables. Randy Page, public relations director for BJU, said he was

Women’s conference shares wisdom on spiritual growth

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Saturday, April 15, women on campus have the opportunity to attend Developing A Heart of Wisdom, a conference designed to give practical wisdom especially applicable to Christian women. Senior health sciences major Angelina Zimmer has played a major role in the creation of this conference. Zimmer said she has been working toward seeing a conference

Bruins players reach out to Greenville community

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Being a Bruins team member means more than just practices and games. In addition to training, practicing and competing, Bruins players often minister in outreaches in the Greenville community. Christopher Gray, a junior sports management major and member of the men’s basketball team, has been participating in the Bruins outreaches for three years. Gray said

Farmhouse Tacos brings organic variety to Greenville restaurants

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Travelers Rest welcomed a new farm-to-table restaurant, Farmhouse Tacos, to its busy Main Street in January. The restaurant’s mission is evident in their slogan, “Hand Crafted. Locally Sourced. Made with Love.” Farmhouse Tacos mainly serves tacos and quesadillas, but they also offer appetizers and a few larger dishes. Farmhouse Tacos prides itself in serving creative

Soby’s on the Side: bistro-sized deli and bakery offers affordable cuisine

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Unlike many restaurants downtown, Soby’s is no new face in Greenville. In fact, Soby’s on the Side (its smaller sandwich, soup and pastry location) has been in business for 19 years now. The original restaurant, located on South Main Street, serves upscale Southern food. But Soby’s on the Side is small, with around 10 tables

Miracle Hill to honor foster care workers, families

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Miracle Hill will be hosting its 80th Anniversary Fundraising Gala on March 21. The event will be from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the TD Convention Center in Greenville. Miracle Hill helps underprivileged families in Greenville and the surrounding areas. This banquet will honor the foster care workers and other families involved in Miracle Hill’s

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