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

April 1 - April 28

The seniors of Alpha Beta Tau got set to go to their last Spring Formal. Many organizations on campus are celebrating the end of the school year and the onset of nice weather with parties.

Friends and "family" gathered to enjoy one another's company
and the spring season!

All the senior music majors pair up to do a Senior Recital, inviting their friends and family to support them as they finish their degree.

Grove City College broke a world record on Sunday for the most number of people patting their head and rubbing their stomachs at the
same time.

We broke the record with 512 people patting their heads and rubbing their stomachs for 2 minutes.

Men's intramural dodgeball is just finishing up with playoffs this week. Even with a sport where the whole point is to throw things at one another, they still end every game with prayer.

Mortarboard put on Dessert Theatre, where students and community members came together to enjoy a night of entertainment and sweets!

Spring parties are taking place all over the area. This crew was headed to the Gateway Clipper in Pittsburg for a night on the river.

The Pew Recital hall was packed to the brim with students, faculty, and family of the girls performing last weekend.

Sometimes additional congratulations are in order beyond just for the great job they did on their recital!

Everyone, including this friendly chipmunk, came out to participate in the record breaking.

"Ready, Set, Dodgeball!"

Old Map was packed for two shows last Friday night for an awesome event.

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. Sorry it took a little while to get a new one up. With Easter Break and the busyness of the semester, the schedule got a little funny. Enjoy these pictures and GCC's campus in the spring!


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