Photoblog: First week of classes that's a wrap!

Rebecca Meek, Staff Photographer

The first week of classes at North Greenville University is off to a fast start. Students are buying books, studying for tests and finding opportunities to relax during their free time. 

Sophomore Sarah Bishop supports the NGU football team during lunch Thursday (August 31) afternoon as she buys a "Dark Thursday" T-shirt in the cafeteria before the first game of the season.

Sophomore Sarah Bishop supports the NGU football team during lunch Thursday (August 31) afternoon as she buys a "Dark Thursday" T-shirt in the cafeteria before the first game of the season.

NGU students provide tours to potential Crusaders showing where students hang out, buy books and play games.

NGU students provide tours to potential Crusaders showing where students hang out, buy books and play games.

Jade Bridges, senior, spends his free time at the campus bookstore shopping for souvenirs for his last year at NGU.

Jade Bridges, senior, spends his free time at the campus bookstore shopping for souvenirs for his last year at NGU.

Junior Emily Powers kicks off the semester by practicing good habits like spending her time studying in the library to prepare for an upcoming test.

Junior Emily Powers kicks off the semester by practicing good habits like spending her time studying in the library to prepare for an upcoming test.

Eli McKinney, sophomore, begins his tailgating with a game of Corn Hole in the cafeteria to prepare for Thursday's football game.

Eli McKinney, sophomore, begins his tailgating with a game of Corn Hole in the cafeteria to prepare for Thursday's football game.

Ty Gautier, senior, catches up with his friend, Erin Leggett, as they relax and chat outside of the library.

Ty Gautier, senior, catches up with his friend, Erin Leggett, as they relax and chat outside of the library.

Chris Taylor, junior, gets his mind off of classes while playing Corn Hole in the cafeteria during a tailgating party before the football game on Thursday.

Chris Taylor, junior, gets his mind off of classes while playing Corn Hole in the cafeteria during a tailgating party before the football game on Thursday.