Registrar Maria Taylor introduces the One Month Book Club to faculty and staff

Aleah Cady, Staff Writer At the suggestion of Registrar Maria Taylor, faculty and staff at Wingate University have been participating in the new “One-Month Book Club.” The club meets twice a week, on Wednesdays at 1 p.m. in the Cornwell Room at the Ethel K. Smith Library and at noon Fridays in the McGee Center conference room.  It’s open to all faculty and staff. Taylor … Continue reading Registrar Maria Taylor introduces the One Month Book Club to faculty and staff

Digging into your past may help to find long lost relatives

Change of Career leads to Relatives Kendall Sienon, Staff Writer CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Stuart Watson was once known as an investigative reporter digging into the lives of others. After an unexpected career change, Watson changed course and started digging into his own past creating a documentary as he goes. He tells his story and the journey of discovery to the Charlotte Chapter of Society of … Continue reading Digging into your past may help to find long lost relatives

‘Enrique’s Journey’ author speaks on immigration issues

Courtney Bailey – Staff Writer Welcoming refugees, reforming foreign policy, and extending a helping hand to those in need are only the beginning of award-winning author and journalist Sonia Nazario’s ideas for solving the hardships and horrors of immigration to the United States. On the evening of Oct. 27, the author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Enrique’s Journey spoke to an audience of nearly 500 students about the … Continue reading ‘Enrique’s Journey’ author speaks on immigration issues