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27 Years and Running

Since 1988, the Grove City women’s cross country team has made it their annual tradition to capture the President’s Athletic Conference (PAC) championship title. Their 2015 win was no exception to the streak. This year, the team, lead by three time PAC champion Emily Rabenold (’16), earned a stellar score of 20 points, with five runners placing in the […]

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Reaching for the Stars

Senior Aimee Lynch is probably one of the most Christlike and humble girls on campus. She remains unassuming, while possessing an unusual mix of interpersonal and intellectual talents. Having had a strong interest in science from an early age, Lynch completed two summer internships at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center while still in high school. Even before […]

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It’s a Minor Issue

It took 6 semesters at Grove City College before I discovered that we offer some pretty neat minors. So, in an effort to make sure I left as a well-informed graduate, I decided to learn more about the niche study areas we have available by chatting with students and teachers. Emily Anne Dellinger, a junior sociology […]


Guten tag, Germany!

Ever since visiting Germany in middle school, Steve Thomas (’16) knew he wanted to return someday. The country and its culture had captured his heart, so, starting in seventh grade, he began to learn the language. Although he did not initially think about studying abroad, the accounting and finance major began to contemplate the idea once he got […]

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From Afghanistan to the Grove: How a Little Piece of Shrapnel Changed Everything

Every year, Grove City students travel abroad to study in Europe, Asia or South America, but who are the people who make Grove City their destination? In this series, we’ll introduce you to GCC’s international students and their amazing stories.   If you didn’t know Najib Afghan well, you’d think him just like any other […]

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Marketing Is a Battle of Perceptions, Not Tomatoes

​Reaching into a large bin of cans and bottles, Dick Maggiore pulls out Campbell’s soup, Heinz ketchup and Hunts tomato sauce. The CEO of award-winning advertising agency Innis-Maggiore certainly knows how to keep a crowd engaged. And there’s quite a big one—the audience of students, teachers and administration is too large for the room. Holding […]

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