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Battle of the Spoons

Battle of the Spoons

There is going to be a battle on GSC between fierce competitors and the weapon of choice will be…spoons.  Yes, the RAs are going to be holding a battle of the spoons, and everyone is welcome to participate or just watch the event.  There will be great “Lord of the Rings” themed prize for five of the participatants in the tournament.  Resident students, commuters, and even faculty and staff members are welcome to join the competition, but only 25 people will be allowed to compete, so sign up [...]



Student Art Show at GSC

Student Art Show at GSC

Glenville State College will hold its sixth annual Student Juried Art Show soon, and the deadline for entries is approaching quickly.  The final date for dropping off entries is March 7, from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m.  Students may submit up to three works in any art medium,  such as paintings, drawings, or sculptures.  Submissions must be dropped off at the Fine Arts Gallery or Room 235 in the Fine Arts Building.  Any 2D works must already be framed and prepared for hanging.   The art show is open to all [...]



GSC Music Concert

GSC Music Concert

The GSC band and choir will be holding a concert Friday, March 1 at 7 p.m. in the Fine Arts auditorium. The concert is going to feature multiple ensembles, from trumpet and woodwind to tuba and brass, and will also have chamber singers and concert choir. Music will include a wide variety of songs to play in all styles; from the old styles of the Classical times to the more modern style such as the Beatles. The vocal group is going to feature several soloists, [...]



Phoenix Five

Phoenix Five

Multicultural Week is slowly winding down as students and professors are enjoying all of the events that have been planned. Many students The Phoenix is proud to present this week’s Phoenix 5: Ashley Heater, Ashley Gish, Emily Ayers, Kevin Gray, and Jamal Hill. Ashley Heater didn’t really have plans for Multicultural Week. Heaters chose to go to Glenville State College because it is closer to home and likes how there are a lot of people here in this small town and really doesn’t see a [...]



Black History Movie Night

Black History Movie Night

In honor of Multicultural Week and Black History Month, Glenville State College will be showing movies inspired by true historical events that involve African Americans. Black History Month is a time to recognize the struggles and achievements of African Americans from slavery through the Civil Rights movement and to the present day. The Untold Story of Emmet Louis Till will be shown on Tuesday, February 5 at 5 p.m. The film is a documentary about the murder of Emmet Till which won the Freedom of Expression [...]



Multicultural Week

Multicultural Week

Glenville State College is proud to hold Multicultural Week when students can participate in activities that provide knowledge of other cultures from around the world. Many students and professors are excited as Multicultural Week is where students can learn the lifestyles of other cultures in the form of entertaining movies and dances, informative panels, and even delicious foods from around the world. Learn about the hardships that have involved the Civil Rights movement from movies such as The Untold Story of Emmett Louis Till and [...]



Paranormal Parody Produces Multiple Laughs

Paranormal Parody Produces Multiple Laughs

Get ready for fear. Get ready for screams. Get ready for…laughs? There are things that go bump in the night as Malcolm and Kisha begin their new life together. In this parody of Paranormal Activity, a demon has followed Kisha into her boyfriend’s house all because of a deal involving a pair of shoes. Now the couple has to handle the usual craziness that normally follows when a blood-thirsty demon possesses your home. They will do anything possible to live a normal life. Malcolm, skeptical [...]



Ceramics Art For Sale at GSC

Ceramics Art For Sale at GSC

There is an art gallery at Glenville State College in the Fine Arts building and the choice of art will be ceramics. Ceramics have been around since the ancient time when the most common material of that time was clay. People have used clay for not just pottery, but for their homes as well. Pottery is still practiced today as a use for profit and decoration as some people have kilns that dries and hardens the clay for the creation of urns, garlic jars, and [...]



Weekend Santa Claus

Weekend Santa Claus

You better watch out and you better not cry, because Santa Clause will be coming to Glenville State College this coming Friday. Student life will be showing The Santa Clause trilogy this Friday at 2 p.m. 4p.m. and 6 p.m. These three movies will not only provide that holiday joy of Christmas, but will also provide a nice study break from the dreaded finals. The first movie, The Santa Clause, has Tim Allen playing as Scott Calvin, a business man for a toy company, has [...]



Robin Hood Sighted at GSC

Robin Hood Sighted at GSC

The GSC Theatre Group and Alpha Psi Omega will be showing the play Robin Hood at Glenville State College in the Spring Semester. Auditions were held last Wednesday for those who were interested in taking part of this legendary tale of vigilantism as the play calls for 14 to 20 men and women. There have been many different versions of this tale and each one has been performed well. Dr. Wemm will be working on the script for the actors to look over during Christmas [...]