This week is registration week at GSC. If you have not already done so, please meet with your advisor to help you plan schedules for next fall and summer. Also please remember that the later you wait to register the classes that you want may not be available. If you do not know who your advisor is you can look it up in your EdNet account. The schedule for registration is as follows: Seniors (90+ hours) 5:00 a.m., Monday, April 6 – midnight, Sunday, April [...]
The staff of The Phoenix, normally serious, straight laced, and stuffy, got a whiff of spring on production day for this edition. The combination of light from an unfamiliar big yellow ball in the sky, weather warm enough for flip flops, and the act of turning over the calendar resulted in an unusual issue. In case you have not yet caught on to the theme of this issue, look up: the word gullible is printed on the ceiling of every classroom here at GSC.
Sorry for an issue with out any pictures or possibly even code instead of the entire article. We have been having issues with our program, and some articles and illustrations have failed to appear. This issue is being addressed by the technology department, and hopefully by next week all systems will be functioning properly. If you have any questions about the articles in this issue, please feel free to contact Dr. Stewart in the English department. Again, thanks for the patience and we hope to [...]
If you have ever been interested in joining a fraternity or sorority during college, then this is the week for you to find out more information. During the week, the local representatives of the Greek life on campus will be accepting applications for membership into these organizations. There are academic groups as well, found in all fields of study at GSC from the English departments’ Alpha Psi Omega, the education department’s Kappa Delta Pi to the science and math organization, Sigma Pi Xi. Some sororities [...]
Calling all writers, prose and poetry, calling artists of all medium, the Trillium, a yearly publication of the Glenville State College English department has extended it’s deadline until February 28, 2015. A student publication, the Trillium invites all GSC students, staff, faculty, alumni and community members to submit their visual art, poetry, fiction, song lyrics, and other creative expression. Please send submissions as an attachment (.doc, .rtf., or .pdf) to Trillium@Glenville.edu. Visuals should be attached in .jpg, .png, .bmp, or .gif format. Please include a [...]
Here is a list of upcoming important dates on the GSC campus. This list has been updated with the latest information. Monday Feb. 9- This is when four week grades will be in after noon. These are grades that let you know progress in your classes good or bad and whether you need to crack down and bring them up before mid-term grades. If you don’t think you can please drop the course with a W before you flunk it. Wednesday, Feb. 11- This is the last [...]
Although it’s tempting to forget all about the spring semester while enjoying the h0lidays at home, it’s important to make it back to Glenville on time. Here re some important dates to get you through the first week of Spring 2015: Friday, January 2 – Open Registration Sunday, January 11 – Residence Halls open at noon Monday, January 12 – First day of classes Friday, January 16 – Last day to add classes Monday, January 19 – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – No classes
The Trillum, GSC’s literary arts journal is now accepting submissions for the 2015 issue. All GSC students, staff, faculty, alumni, and community members are invited to submit visual art, poetry, fiction, song lyrics, and other creative expressions. All submissions should be sent as an attachment (.doc, .rtf, or .pdf) to Trillum@glenville.edu. Visuals should be attached in .jpeg, .png, .bmp, .gif format. Please include a brief biographical statement and an e-mail address with your submission. The deadline is January 23, 2015. For more information contact [...]
Here is the picture of the cute little kids that are Glenville State’s homecoming attendants. Please come out to the game on Saturday at Morris Stadium at 1:30 p.m. to see these attendants at the halftime show.
Are you one of those unlucky students who doesn’t have a license or vehicle on campus and needs to pick up a prescription or something from Rite-Aid or any other place in the Hays City part of town to get something that you cannot get on campus? You also don’t want to walk down that dangerous hill and it is freezing. You already know that the campus shuttle bus will not take you to an off-campus location and you really need this item. Your friend [...]