Tag: Vol. 26 No. 4

Column: Encouragement

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Bad days happen all the time. Sometimes every single day of the week is bad, and the weekend can’t get here fast enough. But do you remember the time when just one conversation or friendly smile completely changed your outlook on the day? When one person’s smile said, “Hey, I know your day is as

Offering a wide assortment of international and southern flavors, the Neue Southern Food Truck is a welcome addition to the Greenville community.  Photo: Emma Klak

Food truck brings urban flavor to Greenville culinary scene

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Yes, they’re cooking in a little orange truck. But that doesn’t mean they don’t make tasty, quality food. Chefs Lauren Zanardelli and Graham Foster opened their food truck—a familiar sight to urbanites but less common in Greenville—with their own little twist. At the Neue Southern Food Truck, Zanardelli and Foster serve fresh gourmet food in

Junior Kayla Unruh takes advantage of the services offered by the recently opened Writing Center. Photo: Stephanie Greenwood

New Writing Center offers helpful tips: Latest addition to Academic Resource Center now open

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Whether you’re a new college student or a graduating senior, an English or a math major, every student tends to dread the same thing: papers. As of last week, the Academic Resource Center is now offering constructive, professional help to students who are looking for ways to improve their writing skills. The new Writing Center

Emma Klak and Hannah Choi participate in last spring’s Color Run in Racine, Wis. Photo: Submitted

Run for your life: Students prep for upcoming local races to benefit charities

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Whether caked in mud or splattered with paint, students participate in area races not only for an experience, but also for a cause. Mud Run The Greenville Mud Run will be held Saturday at 8 a.m., and at least four BJU students are ready to get a little messy. Junior nursing major Emily Dickinson plans

The Pirates’ Kamri Payne goes up for the block against the Cardinals’ Jen Colwell.  Photo: Emma Klak

Cardinals scrape by Pirates in two sets, stay undefeated

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The Beta Epsilon Cardinals’ volleyball team stayed undefeated Friday night, defeating the Tri Epsilon Pirates 25-23 and 25-20. Despite losing 10 players to graduation and the intercollegiate soccer and basketball teams, the Cardinals entered the game undefeated. “My expectation [for the team] was to start fresh and get a team together that was going to

Omega’s Andy McKnight fights Beta’s Caleb Franco for a loose ball during Saturday’s matchup. Photo: Emma Klak

Late offensive surge lifts Beta past Lions in 3-0 shutout

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The Beta Gamma Patriots rode a second-half offensive surge home Saturday to gain a third win and improve their record to 3-0. Impressive goalkeeping and blown shots kept the game scoreless for the first half. Omega’s Michael Rogers made a diving save early in the first for the Lions, and Joseph Wooster countered for Beta

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Week at a glance

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Symphonic Wind Band Gazebo Concert Friday, 6 p.m., Gazebo The Symphonic Wind Band invites you to its annual gazebo concert tonight from 6 to 7 p.m. The concert will move to Stratton Hall in the event of rain. Director Dr. Dan Turner titled this year’s concert “American Salute” because each song either refers to America

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