Meet the 2014-15 Student Leadership Council. They’re excited to be able to serve the student body, and they’ve shared some of their visions and goals for next year, as well as an interesting fact that you may not have known about them.
The Phi Kappa Pi Rams and the Sigma Alpha Chi Spartans faced off Monday night in an intramural men’s volleyball game. The teams were split after two games, and the Spartans conjured up a come-from-behind victory in game three to earn a win from the matchup.
Twelve-year-old Rafael Costa was younger than the rest of the contestants. At least 15 years younger, on average, and the more experienced jet Ski racers were certainly not expecting a ysoung boy to provide such stiff competition in his first race ever. But while young Rafael Costa was probably as unfamiliar with Shakespeare as he was with jet ski racing, greatness was being thrust upon him.
More than just a festive spring holiday, Easter is a time to reflect on Christ’s Resurrection. The ministerial class officers are organizing a Sunrise Service Easter morning to help the student body do just that.
U.S. Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) will speak at the next Presidential Leadership Series event on Tuesday, April 22, at 7 p.m. in Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium. Both the University family and the Greenville community are invited to attend.
Looking around social media I’ve noticed a lot of links that connect to lists: 15 potato chips that look like U.S. presidents, 13 things you didn’t know you could do with bacon, etc. In light of this trend, I decided to try my hand at a list.
The Bruins men’s soccer team was back in action Saturday afternoon as they participated in a round-robin style scrimmage on Stadium Field. With the heat beating down and temperatures reaching the low 80s, it was a beautiful day for competition. With two scrimmages prior to Saturday’s match, the round robin was the Bruins’ last scrimmage of the semester, and the team went 1-2 on the day.
As every semester draws to a close, the tendency can be to slack off instead of buckle down. Because the excitement that summer is inching closer and closer can overwhelm even the best of students, end-of-school slacking is a common occurrence. The sun deck is open, campus is gorgeous and summer plans are close to being finalized. For students, it’s a wonder that we can focus at all.