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Second Semester Fast Approaching – Financial Aid

Second Semester Fast Approaching – Financial Aid

The second semester is fast approaching along with some new financial aid deadlines and activities that you should be ready for. The most important upcoming financial aid activity is applying for your FAFSA as soon as possible if you are returning for the 2014-2015 school year. Application for FAFSA begins on January 1 and although it’s a common misconception you do not have to file your taxes before you fill it out, if you are a Promise Scholarship you must fill it out by March [...]



Jacob Masters to Perform Senior Recital

Jacob Masters to Perform Senior Recital

Jacob Master’s senior recital will be this Friday, November 1 at 7 p.m. Jacob will be singing 13 separate pieces in different languages varying from English, French, Italian and German. Jacob started singing his sophomore year in high school in choir, but has been training seriously the past four years. Jacob’s performance should be astounding and should merit an attendance. The show is expected to last about one hour. Go and support Jacob and enjoy the recital.



GSC Bluegrass to Perform Tribute to Flatt and Scruggs

GSC Bluegrass to Perform Tribute to Flatt and Scruggs

The GSC Bluegrass Band is performing a tribute to Flatt and Scruggs this Friday beginning at 7 p.m. The show will include 2 sets where in total 20-25 people will be performing most of which are majoring or minoring in the Bluegrass program. However the show will include people from all over the state and even the country. The show is to honor Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, Scruggs past away this past year. There will be Flatt and Scruggs memorabilia and great music. Flatt [...]



Halloween Movie Night at Football Field.

Halloween Movie Night at Football Field.

This Saturday from 7-11 p.m. there will be two Halloween movies showing at the football field plus a Thriller dance instructional video will be showing at the Ike and Sue Morris Stadium on the big screen. Please note that no chairs will be allowed at this event. You may sit on the turf, on blankets, or on the bleachers. The concession stand will be open and the event will have free admission. The movies that will be playing are ParaNorman and Night of the Living Dead. ParaNorman is [...]



Music Fest to Occur next Tuesday

The GSC annual Music Fest will be on Tuesday, October 22. The Fest includes performances from the Percussion Ensemble, Brass Ensemble, Marching Band, Bluegrass Band, Choir, and more. Admission for the show is $10 for adults, $5 for public school students, and $5 for GSC students who have their IDs. All proceeds from this concert will go towards the Bertha Olsen Scholarship Fund. The scholarship fund for music majors was established in honor of Bertha Olsen who was a music teacher at Glenville for 42 [...]



N’TRANZE- House of Blues Band

N’TRANZE, a band originating from Myrtle Beach, began as the Tony Blunt Project in 1997.  The House of Blues opened in 1997 and the Tony Blunt Project was hired to play on the back porch. Around 2000, Tony Blunt left the band to go on the road and the band became N’TRANZE. There are currently six people in the band including a guitar player, trombone player, keyboard, drums, bass, and our own Jason Barr as the sax player. The show begins tonight at 7 p.m. [...]



Art Exhibit to Show- Paul Hartmann

Art Exhibit to Show- Paul Hartmann

Paul Hartmann, a professional photographer and artist, will be showing his art the next month in the art gallery in the Fine Arts Building. The exhibit is open from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. Much of his work features abstract fragment photography. Then on opening night come to the costume party/reception dressed as your favorite inspirational character with a grand prize being one of Paul Hartmann’s framed photographs. The reception for the show will be October 21 from 5-7 p.m. His pieces of art showing in the gallery are [...]



What is Student Support Services?

What is Student Support Services?

Student Support Services is a program for low income first generation students. They provide a lot of support for students from anything to buying textbooks and laptops to tutoring programs free printing and educational workshops. They have 160 spots available for the program and want active members. Being active includes going to their activities that they hold almost weekly throughout the school year. Some examples of the activities they hold are educational workshops, game nights, cultural events, and tutoring sessions. Onick Lewis, project director, says [...]



Lott to Perform Senior Recital

Lott to Perform Senior Recital

On Friday September 27, 2013 Brittany Lott will be performing her Senior Recital at 7pm in the auditorium at the Fine Arts Building. Brittany has been playing tuba for 10 years. She got her start in middle school playing clarinet but then switched tuba after 2 years and has been playing since. Brittany enjoys playing polka music to anything that is sweet and soft. Some interesting facts about Lott is that she was the GSC Pioneer mascot her sophomore ear and that she travelled to [...]



Come play Jeopardy with a Twist!

Come play Jeopardy with a Twist!

Jeopardy with a twist will be coming to GSC September 26, 2013. The game will start at 7:30 p.m. on the 3rd floor of the Mollohan Center in room 315A. The game is just a regular game of jeopardy with an unknown element that is supposed to spice it up. There will be four teams of two players each that will be competing against each other. There will be snacks and drinks provided so whether you are wanting to play or just want to watch [...]