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Pioneer Cheer

Click here to see Sallie Anglin talking about our cheer squad Faculty Advisor Sallie Anglin and Student Coach Hillary Tinney are hard at work getting GSC’s new Cheer Squad up and running with the support of Student Life. The squad is an organization focused on supporting and encouraging GSC athletes with a long-term vision of becoming a sports team themselves. These students, a coed group, are hard at work practicing two to four times per week, conditioning on days without practice, attending required yoga classes, [...]



M.L.R’s Heart-to-Heart: Valentine’s day

If cupid hasn’t flown by and shot an arrow into your buttocks, it could happen soon. Valentine’s Day 2014 is fast approaching—and like many, maybe celebrating has yet to cross your mind (and cross your path with that venging diapered love troll and his poison darts). Or maybe anxiety has flooded your emotions since commercialism brought in the onslaught of heart-shaped boxes of chocolate, promptly after Christmas. No matter your “relationship status” on Facebook, Myspace, or in real life—Valentine’s Day will affect us all. So, [...]



Coach Marshall Obliterates Doubt

Coach Marshall Obliterates Doubt

The Lady Pioneers are 16-2 overall this season, are leading the nation in scoring with an average of 104.6 points scored per game, and have just moved up to tenth place in USA Today’s Sports Division Top 25 Coaches Poll. Coach Charles Marshall is obliterating any doubt that his team is equipped to handle anything, even a new head coach mid-season.    Coach Bunky Harkleroad left his position as the head coach of the Lady Pioneers to lead the women’s basketball program at Sacramento State. During [...]



Modern Future

Modern Future

The art exhibit featured at Glenville State College will still be going on until February 8 as everyone is welcome to few the many amazing and brilliant works of Liza Brenner, Duane Chapman, and Chris Cosner featured in the exhibit. The exhibit will be open on Monday through Friday in the Fine Arts Building from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. as the open night for the exhibit was a hit with many of the guests of GSC as well as the students. For more information, [...]



Student Organizations Show What They’re Made Of

Glenville State College organizations will be strutting their stuff in  a fair and talent show on Monday, January 27. The fair will be held from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. in the Rusty Musket. Campus organizations will have tables presenting information about their missions and activities. At 7 that evening, the organizations will present a talent show geared to show their strengths. The event is non-competitive, and is only open for organizations to perform in. Organizations interested in a table at the fair or participating [...]



Creative Minds: WANTED

On a crisp spring morning in 1979, amid the bustle of academics and the chiming of bells from the Administration Building, Glenville State students and faculty collaborated to produce an idea, forever marking student work imaginative and astute. With support from the Language and Literature Department and concerted student effort, Glenville State’s literary arts journal, the Trillium, was born. The Trillium, in its inception, was designed to showcase the creative endeavors of students, faculty and staff, and alumni. After the Trillium’s blossoming contributors gathered to [...]



Faculty Show Returns to Fine Arts

Faculty Show Returns to Fine Arts

The first Art Faculty Show in more than 15 years features the work of several members of the Fine Arts Faculty. Artists featured in the show, which runs through February 7, are professors Liza Brenner, Duane Chapman, and Chris Cosner. All students, faculty, and guests are invited to join the artists for the show reception on Monday, January 27 from 5-7 p.m. in the GSC Fine Arts Center. Refreshments will be served and the GSC Jazz Band will be playing live for guests. The gallery [...]



Farm Opportunity Days Come to GSC

A collaboration between Glenville State College, the West Virginia Business Development Center, the West Virginia University Extension Service, and the West Virginia University Extension Service Small Farm Center is bringing opportunity to the Gilmer County community. Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) training will be held at on the third floor of the Mollohan Community Center, GSC campus on Friday, January 24 from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and the Farm Opportunities Day conference will be held in the same space on Saturday, January 25 from 9 [...]



What They Don’t Tell You About Finals

What They Don’t Tell You About Finals

Final exams are fast approaching and many students are running around in the end-of-semester craze. As a senior there are many study tips I have been introduced to throughout my years at GSC; here are a few that I have found most helpful: Food: Be sure to eat healthy and nutritious meals throughout dead week and finals. You’re body has basic nutrition needs to function. Why try to test yourself when your body isn’t working at its full potential? Sleep: The average person needs 6 [...]



Winter Solstice being performed

Although the end of the semester is quickly approaching, there are still has several activities left. In addition to the final classes and exams, students will also have the chance to participate in several school functions. One of these is the annual winter play, which this year was written and directed by Dr. Marjorie Stewart. This year’s play; Winter Solstice gives a new take on frequently overdone holiday themed plays. Although it does address holiday themed events it does so in an interestingly different manner, [...]