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Career Fair Brings Employers to Campus

Career Fair Brings Employers to Campus

Career Service’s next major event is the annual Career Fair—to be held on Wednesday, February 26, from 9a.m. to 2p.m. in the MCCC Ballroom. “I am excited about this opportunity for students to socialize and network with multiple employers and graduate schools,” stated DiStefano. For this event students interested in participating are reminded to check their email for the listing of employers and graduate schools, to dress professionally, and to bring along several copies of their résumé. The following is a list of employers who [...]



Schools of Choking Fishes and Flying Saber Hawk Featured in Art Show

Schools of Choking Fishes and Flying Saber Hawk Featured in Art Show

The Jason Kiley and Nik Botkin Art Exhibit is now showing at the Glenville State College Fine Arts Building and everyone is invited to view the amazing works of these two artists. See trees made of metal, ghosts of fish that have died from the pollution of their rivers and lakes, and even see the Saber Hawk, a mighty bird made of metal knifes, spoons, and other utensils. The exhibit will continue from February 20 to March 7 at 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the [...]



GSC Combats #1 Killer of Women

GSC Combats #1 Killer of Women

A free “Wear Red Day” luncheon is being held for students, employees, and local residents on Tuesday, February 25 at 12 p.m. in the Mollohan Campus Community Center Ballroom. The event is one of many being held in our state and around the nation to increase awareness about heart disease, which is the number one killer of women in America. Ronda Williams, GSC’s Campus Health Nurse and event organizer is passionate about the project because “West Virginia is #1 in the country for heart disease.” [...]



Not Far From The Apple Tree

Not Far From The Apple Tree

On Wednesday evening, the Glenville State College Theatre group opened “The Apple Tree”, a musical comedy play that features three different stories in on whole play: a retelling of the story of Adam and Eve, a story of a jealous lover who tries to keep her husband, and finally a 60s version of the classical tale of Cinderella. This play was a big hit during the 1966 Broadway season with a Tony Award for best actress that was given to Barbara Harris. The play itself [...]



GSC Student Government Elections: Positions Open

The Glenville State College Student Government Association is looking to elect new officers and representatives. SGA is looking for students who are responsible and committed to serve the GSC student body. The following positions for students to run for election: •         President •         Vice President •         Secretary •         Treasurer •         Parliamentarian •         Public Relations •         Senior Class Representative •         Junior Class Representative •         Sophomore Class Representative •         (6) Senator-At-Large Representatives •         (2) Commuter Representatives •         (2) Housing Representatives – 1 Female & 1 Male If you’re interested in getting involved on campus, making your voice and the [...]



Lady Pioneers Are Family

Lady Pioneers Are Family

Click here to listen to Coach Marshall talk about our team Coach Charles Marshall is so excited about the women’s basketball team at GSC and the prospect of continuing the winning tradition that he has moved his entire family to Glenville to be a part of the lives of our players. He is the new head coach and his wife, a trained nurse, is at home with their three girls, Jordyn 13, Jayli 9, and Jiya 7, easing them through this big transition. However, Sharonda [...]



Showcasing Pioneers

Showcasing Pioneers

Glenville State College is accepting entries for the Fourth Annual Pioneer Showcase. Entries for the showcase can include research in the arts and sciences as well as creative arts projects such as poetry, fiction writing, visual arts and even theatrical and performance arts. The deadline for the abstracts is March 5. The showcase is going to be held on April 22, as those who have entered will need to prepare a presentation of their work and/or research. Those who enter have a chance to win [...]



Culture Shock

Click here to see Onick and Ashley talk about Culture Shock GSC is in the middle of celebrating Diversity Week and many may be wondering what that means. Diversity is simply a concept that includes ideas of class, culture, ethnicity, race, religion, or almost any characteristic that varies among people and societal groups. GSC is committed to embracing fully all forms of diversity and educating our student body in a way that allows open discourse and exploration. This week Onick Lewis and Ashley Hopkins from [...]



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, [...]