Tag: NOV16

Arts & CultureCampus Life

Podcast Aims to Spark Conversation and Plug Students into Campus

by Lydia Gard Elizabeth Mattia loves being the voice behind Grace’s very first podcast, “The Spark Plug.” She is a second-year student at Grace majoring in Communication and works for Dr. Patrick Loebs in Grace’s ...
November 16, 2017
Opinion

Please Don’t Sit in My (Unassigned) Assigned Seat.

by Lydia Gard You know what I’m talking about: That feeling when you walk into class, church or chapel, and some jerk has plopped himself or herself in your unassigned but definitely assigned seat. This ...
November 16, 2017
Campus Life

Student Senate Sweetens the Weekend for Freshmen-Sophomores

by Abby Phinney Members of Student Senate and the Student Activities Board (SAB) gathered on Friday, Nov. 10, to string lights in the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital concourse. They prepped for the 2017 Freshmen-Sophomore Dessert in ...
November 16, 2017
Campus Life

Advancement Celebrates Hitting 30 Million for ASPIRE Campaign

by Hannah Hubbard Funds for the ASPIRE campaign just passed 30 million. Last Monday, Oct. 30, 2017, staff and students were invited to celebrate this achievement with Grace’s Advancement team. The party was hosted by ...
November 16, 2017
CommunityOpinion

Spiritual Leadership in Marriage

by Justin Perry Over 10 years ago, I met the love of my life, Allison Noble. We didn’t know it at the time. We had seen each other quite a bit over the course of ...
November 16, 2017
Campus Life

Celebrate Supermarket Sweep’s Success!

by Hannah England                 In Total, 492 students attended Supermarket Sweep this year, and spent a total of $13,271.45 on groceries to donate.  $4,561.38 was spent through gift ...
November 16, 2017
Sports

Lancers Go 2-0 at Tip Off Classic

by Justin Perry Grace Handles the Eagles It was the home opener for the Grace College Lancers as they took on the Judson University Eagles in the first night of the Lancer Tip Off Classic. ...
November 16, 2017
Campus Life

The Center for Career Connections Helps Students

by Meghan Stevens The Center for Career Connections office (CCC)  is located on the first floor of Indiana Hall across from the Student Affairs office . Denise Terry, the director of CCC, says, “This office ...
November 16, 2017