Tag: oct19

Entertainment

You’ve Got to See “It”

by Hannah England Growing up in a house where Harry Potter was next to Satanism and The Hunger Games was off limits because it promoted child murder, it’s not hard to imagine that R-rated horror ...
October 19, 2017
Features

Humans of Grace: Bradley Palinca

by Abby Phinney Bradley Palinca is a third-year student studying worship arts and information systems. Palinca is musically and technologically gifted, a perfect blend of talents! He brings fresh perspective to the worship arts department, ...
October 19, 2017
Arts & Culture

Shakespeare at Grace Brings Literature to Life

by Abby Phinney Shakespeare at Grace is taking place Oct. 18-21! The wide range of programs, featuring performances by Actors From The London Stage, is sure to stir creativity and develop appreciation for the classics. ...
October 19, 2017
Features

When God Has a Plan: the Scott Moore Story

by Ethan Horst After spending a season in Australia and a season in China, Scott Moore was unsure where his life was headed. He used those opportunities to play basketball and travel as an opportunity ...
October 19, 2017
OpinionPolitical

NFL Protests: Are They Disrespectful?

Caveat: The following articles are strictly the opinions of the writers who created them, and not a reflection of Grace College’s ideology. If you have thoughts on this issue that you would like to be ...
October 19, 2017
Arts & CultureWorld

Tim and Joan Carmical- Reaching the World with Ethnos360

by Meghan Stevens Tim and Joan Carmical are missionaries with Ethnos360, a missions organization that ministers to unreached people groups. The Carmicals have been a part of this organization since 1998 and have served in ...
October 19, 2017
Sports

Women’s Soccer Shut Out by Indiana Wesleyan

by Flavia Faria MARION, Ind.- The Grace College women’s soccer team allowed the cold weather to freeze the first half of their game on Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2017, while playing against Indiana Wesleyan University. The ...
October 19, 2017
Sports

An Unforgettable Experience at the United Center

by Justin Perry As a sports writer and fan, I love traveling to different venues to attend different sporting events. I’ve been to places like Chicago, Ill., Huntington, W. Va., Athens, Ohio and South Bend, ...
October 19, 2017
Sports

Women’s Basketball Team Starts the Off-Season with a Win

by Flavia Faria The Grace College women’s basketball team had their first scrimmage of the season on Friday, Oct. 13, 2017, against Lake Michigan College. The Lady Lancers started their year off right with a ...
October 19, 2017
Campus Life

College Hacks: How to Survive On-Campus Food

by Morgan K. Rice     As the days of your time on campus drag on and on and on, and classes and seasons change, there is one thing that stays the same: the dining options. ...
October 19, 2017
EntertainmentUncategorized

Game of Thrones and the Christian Mind

by Maegan McFarland     If one were to ask me what the most decade-defining show of today is, chances are I would say it is Game of Thrones. The television show, inspired by George ...
October 19, 2017
Sports

Team Chemistry Brings Men’s Soccer to Victory

by Flavia Faria The Grace College men’s soccer team has been maintaining high work rates on the field. On Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2017, the Lancers played an important game at home and fortunately earned a ...
October 19, 2017