A fun look into NGU for overnighters

A fun look into NGU for overnighters

Caroline McNeely, Visual Arts Editor

On April 4, 2024, North Greenville University hosted high school students for an overnight stay to get a small glimpse into life on campus as a student. NGU hosted a lively event for students to connect and have fun.

Olivia Carruth, high school overnighter, gets a slushie treat from the Sunset Slush truck.

Sebastian Seigler, freshman Spanish major, and Kason Atkinson, freshman youth ministry major, before enjoying the food and slushies offered on the Rec Complex.

Haley Coppins, Ella Gunthrie, both overnighters, and Julia Estes, junior elementary education major, chat and laugh while enjoying the ambience of music in the background.

Skye Hurst, sophomore elementary education major, Natalie Lambert, sophomore criminal justice major, Tristen Sundling, Casey Bagwell, both overnighters, start off their evening with a slushie together while they talk about NGU and get to know each other.

Joey Noyes, NGU alumni, plays guitar and sings for the crowd of NGU students, friends and overnighters.

The crowd of NGU students and overnighters keep a lively response full of cheering, clapping and singing to the band’s rendition of well-known songs.

Shane Carpenter, junior business management major, gets to know his overnighter, Brooks Bowbliss, at this concert and food truck event.

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