Wingate’s Past President Update

Jerry McGee tells student what he has been up to Rachael Renee Robinson, Staff Writer WINGATE- Dr. Jerry McGee, after twenty-three years of service to Wingate University, has once again found himself in a presidential role. Dr. McGee is currently serving as Interim President of South Piedmont Community College and will continue to hold this... Continue Reading →

Election 2016: Hilltop Republican Election Party

Election Coverage Gabe Kromah, Staff Writer Hilltop Restaurant held a Republican Election Night Party on Tuesday, November 8 The candidates and locals gathered here together to watch the elections but on multiple levels.  It was on this night that Republican, Donald Trump defeated Democrat, Hillary Clinton for the Presidential seat in a shocking win. This win came... Continue Reading →

Election 2016: Wingate Reactions

Sharing opinions on Election Night Cierra Smith and Jenna Turner, Staff Writer   This past Tuesday, November 8, 2016 marked election night for the presidency and other federal and local positions. Across the nation, tensions were running high and as the campaign season came to a halt, you could visibly see the divide between the different... Continue Reading →

Winston Churchill’s granddaughter remembers the good ‘ol days with students

Churchill's granddaughter shares memories with students Celestia Rene Randolph, Staff Writer The Dynamic Words of a Bulldog “An acorn cannot grow in the shadow on an oak. Celia Sandy's proves otherwise”, said North Carolina Senator Craig Horne, as he introduces the distinguished speaker: successful author, entrepreneur, and member of the Churchill society, the granddaughter of... Continue Reading →

International Education Week includes wide variety of events

Wingate wants to bring cultural experience to all students Megan Katz, Staff Writer This week, Wingate University’s Office of International Programs will be working with student organizations, faculty, and international students to bring the student body a transformative International Education Week. According to the U.S. State Department, International Education Week is a nationally designated week... Continue Reading →

Students meet Alma Adams on Election Night

Alma Adams has a hat for that, and she approves this message! Rob Gay and Sara Gunter, Staff Writers Congresswoman Alma Adams accepted her reelection to serve as a representative for North Carolina's 12th district. This win coming with a surprising 69% lead over her opponent, Leon Threatt (R), in a controversial campaign due to redistricting in the state. Earlier this year... Continue Reading →

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