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"Student View"
by Brittany Hayward
Through the Eyes of a Grove City College Student

November 17 - December 8


Grove City swam hard at their meet at home on Saturday with an excited crowd cheering from the bleachers .


Students spent time doing a Christmas program for the residents and providing some holiday cheer.


The Crimson Ball was revamped as Club Crimson as HAL atrium was turned into a club, complete with a light show and dance floors.


Freshman, Christine Pang enjoys a cup of tea and some lovely conversation at the Harvest Party.


A small ensemble performed a piece at a senior recital that was composed by a recent alum of Grove City, Matthew Schiavone.


All sororities are holding "popcorn parties" to get to know the girls as they consider joining one of Grove City's 8 sororities.


Some students brought the gift of music to Orchard Manor, an assisted living facility just off campus.


At Club Crimson many students gathered to dance the night away.


Sara, a senior, helps set up for a Harvest Tea in Ketler's Oak Room, a classy popcorn party sponsored by the sisters of
Alpha Beta Tau.


I'm so happy you stopped by to take a look at the campus through a student's eyes. It's been a pleasure putting this page together for you.

Sincerely,

Brittany Hayward

I hope you’ve enjoyed your peek at “Student View” and I invite you to stop back next week for more of the Grove City experience through the eyes of a student!
Comments, suggestions, and questions are welcome!
E-mail me at HaywardBI1@gcc.edu 

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