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Dr. Anglin Announces Shakespeare Film Series

Dr. Anglin Announces Shakespeare Film Series

Assistant Professor of English, Dr. Sallie Anglin, has betun the Shakespeare Literature and Reading Series. This week, the series will show Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Joss Whedon, on Sunday, September 7 at 6 p.m. Other films in the series include Romeo + Juliet, September 21; Merchant of Venice, October 5; Hamlet, October 10; Titus, an adaptation of Titus Andronicus, November 2; and Throne of Blood, November 16. The November 30 film will be a people’s choice, with voting method to be announced. The film series cooresponds [...]



Spreading the Word: The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Spreading the Word: The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or “Lou Gehrig’s Disease” is a progressive disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. When patients suffer from ALS, their bodies slowly loses all of their motor skills. There is no cure for this disease and eventually all cases lead to death. Lou Gehrig’s Disease has been relatively unknown compared to other major diseases. But with the new trend, the Ice Bucket Challenge is bringing a whole new type of awareness. The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is now [...]



Bringing the Scenery Inside the Gallery

Bringing the Scenery Inside the Gallery

Arlene “Arlinka” Worl is bringing her amazing paintings of the outdoors in to the gallery. Arlinka is from Detroit, Michigan and lived has been living in West Virginia since 1976. She has been painting ever since she was a child. Arlinka started her career as an artist when she had her own exhibit at age seven at the Verve Art Gallery in Detroit. She also exhibited and competed nationally and won a Grumbacher gold medal. Arlinka states, “For thirty-five years I have been astounded by the [...]



Coach Hutchinson has Team Working Overtime

Coach Hutchinson has Team Working Overtime

  Head Football Coach Dave Hutchison reports that the team is working hard and everyone is excited for the first games. He sees improvement in the team and reports that they are currently participating in high-intensity, two-hour workouts. There are nine returning offensive  starters led by All-American running back Ramon Lee.There are six returning defensive starters, led by Gary Henderson. Hutchison reports that  it has been a healthy pre-season. He was pleased to announce that the 2014 team captains are Ramon Lee, Jonathan DePree, Hunter McWhorter, and [...]



New Head Coach Takes Charge

New Head Coach Takes Charge

Glenville State College named Katie Avery as the new volleyball head coach, replacing Camai Roberson. Avery is from Teays Valley, West Virginia and is looking forward to the upcoming season. Avery attended rivaling college West Virginia State University and graduated in 2013 with a degree in Sport Studies.  Avery has always wanted to reach the college coaching level and was “ecstatic to coach” when she found out that she got the position.Avery has already finished her first few weeks of training and practices. She says that she [...]



Well Known Davisson Brothers Band plays at New Waco Center

Well Known Davisson Brothers Band plays at New Waco Center

Saturday, August 30 at 8:30 p.m., the Davisson Brothers Band will be playing live at the Waco Center with retired Mountaineer football legend Owen Schmitt. The Davisson Brothers Band consists of four members: the two brothers, Donnie Davisson the lead vocalist and rhythm guitar, and Chris Davisson who plays lead guitar. Their cousin Sammy Davisson  does vocals and plays bass guitar, and finally long-time best friend Aaron Regester, who plays the drums. The band originates from Clarksburg, West Virginia and started out in 2006. Their music is best described [...]



Warm Weather Adventures

Warm Weather Adventures

The weather is warming up and it is time to start thinking about getting outside. GSC’s High Adventure is the perfect place to start. Visit High Adventure’s Facebook page. The High Adventure program will take you to new heights – literally. Take in the beauty of West Virginia from the back of a horse, from atop a mountain peak, or from the door of a plane before you take the plunge and skydive. The High Adventure program can give you a taste of the real adventure [...]



Student Art Show Soon Closing

Student Art Show Soon Closing

The Juried Student Art Show will soon be wrapping up after April 25 as the semester is slowly beginning to come to its end. We would like to thank the contributors of the art show for the amazing paintings and sculptures that they have entered in the show. From small ceramic statues to even a giant toothbrush and a box of floss, each of the pieces brought to the show have brought forth a great since of uniqueness behind each work. People are still welcome [...]



Roman Adventure

Roman Adventure

Kristen Meadows is heading to Rome this summer. She will be studying at American University in Rome through a program coordinated by International Studies Abroad (ISA) group. GSC partners with ISA to provide study abroad experiences for students. Dr. Megan Gibbons, Assistant Professor of Spanish at GSC is the Study Abroad Advisor at GSC. Kristen, who is double majoring in accounting and management and minoring in nonprofit, first approached Dr. Gibbons about the idea of studying abroad in the fall of 2013. Together, they determined [...]



Jazzing Up Glenville

Jazzing Up Glenville

Glenville State College will be holding a Jazz Band concert performed by the newest ensemble in the college’s music program, The Glenville State College Jazz Combo. Students and guests are welcome to attend the concert and hear many styles of jazz include swing/bebop, Latin, rock, and funk. The music of Duke Ellington and John Coltrane will be featured in the concert, as well as many other great jazz artists. Vocalist Brittany McGuire and flutist Shelby Scott will be among the soloists. The concert will be [...]