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Men’s Basketball Team Falls to the University of Charleston

Men’s Basketball Team Falls to the University of Charleston

The University of Charleston Golden Eagles came out on top in a two point victory against the Glenville State College Men’s Basketball Team. It was a bucket to bucket affair in the early minutes of the first half, but with 11:00 minutes to play before halftime, the Golden Eagles went on a very strong run to pull their lead ahead by 19, 33-14. With about 6:00 minutes left in the first half, the Pioneers took charge and went on a run themselves that cut the [...]



Lady Pioneers Move Up In National Rankings

Lady Pioneers Move Up In National Rankings

The Lady Pioneers picked up yet another win on Monday when they traveled to take on the Lady Cats of the University of Pitt-Johnstown. In the first half, Ashleigh Fossett hit the first bucket of the game, putting the Lady Pioneers ahead, 3-0. It wasn’t long before UPJ went on a 7-0 run leaving the Pioneers behind, 12-5. The Pioneers continued to struggle regaining the lead as UPJ extended it by 12. The Pioneers had enough of trailing and made a late run in the [...]



Fall Preview at GSC

On Saturday November 10, Glenville State College will be visited by future students for a preview of what to expect when they arrive as freshmen. These students will be given a tour of the college and will learn about selecting majors and minors and as well as everyday student life. The preview will begin at 8:30 a.m. at the Heflin Administration Building in the President’s Auditorium for the administrators, student life, and other faculty member to welcome these new students. The program then moves to the Mollohan [...]



Q+A with Coach Perry

Q+A with Coach Perry

Head Track Coach Cam Perry discusses with The Phoenix what the team’s goals are for the upcoming season and how they plan to achieve them. Other topics that arose were the sprinter’s fascination for the pool, how much runners like running in the hallways, and the team’s passion for Rodball, a sport similar to Ultimate Frisbee created by former Head Football Coach Rich Rodriguez. P What’s your favorite track event? CP Probably would be the hammer throw. P How would you say the indoor season [...]



Pioneers on the Field

Pioneers on the Field

Lacey Williams, Catcher   The Senior Psychology Major hails from Inwood, West Virginia. Williams played a part in the Lady Pioneers runner-up finish in the WVIAC softball tournament her freshmen year and also was named Player of the Week last season. Williams is one of only two seniors on a very young Lady Pioneer softball team.     T.J. Abel, Middle Distance The Senior Business Major graduated from Grafton High School in West Virginia. Abel has a wide range of events he excels in from the 400 [...]



Home for the Holidays- A Great Way to Get into the Christmas Spirit

       On December 2 and 3, The Department of Fine Arts and the Chamber Singers put on a Christmas Show called Home for the Holidays, a little musical concert with the Chamber Singers reciting Christmas carols. Unlike most musical concerts, which are held in the Fine Arts auditorium, this one was held in the lobby where there were chairs set up for the audience and a little Christmas setting for the singers. When asked why they decided to have it there, director Teresa Dody [...]



Java City: Open Late?

Java City: Open Late?

Most students on campus have wanted a coffee shop for a while now. Well their pleas have been answered with Java City, a new coffee shop that opened at the beginning of the semester in town. Although those pleas have been answered, many new ones have come to take their place. Java City is normally open from 9 am to 2pm, but it should be open longer. Most students complain about it not being open long enough for them to actually grace the store with [...]



Athlete of the Week

Athlete of the Week

Name: Claude Tindong Major: Sports Management High School: Rockville High School (Maryland) Year: Senior Accomplishment: Had an interception in his final game and was a key part of the defense that shut down Concord Goals: To play football on the next level     Name: Danielle Woodmore Major: Marketing High School: DuPont Manuel (Louisville,Kentucky) and also a transfer from Ohio University Accomplishments: Led the team with 24 points in victory over American International Goals: To get better as a team every game and take the [...]



At Home at the Zoo has Audience Rife with Laughter

At Home at the Zoo has Audience Rife with Laughter

On opening night of At Home at the Zoo, all of the cast and crew were excited to put on such an interesting show. The play starts out with Peter, played by Patrick Montgomery, reading a book published by his textbook company. Then his wife Ann, played by Whitney Stalnaker, comes in saying that they need to talk. The rest of act one is them talking things that included Ann thinking about having her breasts cut off to avoid breast cancer and their sex life. [...]



Hypnotist Wows Once Again

Hypnotist Wows Once Again

               The GSC Fine Arts Building was rampant with laughter once again as hypnotist Jason Nagle graced us with his presence on Thursday, November 10.                Nagle started out the show by pulling 20 volunteers onto the stage—10 women and 10 men—and began to put them under with his hypnotic ways. Nagle also had the crowd dancing in their seats from the hilarious antics he made his volunteers perform in front of the crowd. “I really enjoyed putting this show on for Glenville,” said hypnotist [...]