Is the Freshman 15 a Myth or a Reality?

Kendall Sienon, Staff Writer Wingate, N.C. --- Going into college, people are warned relentlessly about the potential of the dreaded freshman 15. During freshman orientation, they bring up the possibility of weight gain and how to combat it. All over social media, there are countless articles on tips on how to avoid gaining weight in college. But how... Continue Reading →

Wegmans comes to North Carolina

Hope Rogers, Staff Writer The popular family-owned New York based grocery store, Wegmans, has made plans to open its first store in North Carolina. Despite the growing competition between grocery chains such as Publix and Whole Foods, in 2015, Wegmans was ranked the top grocery store in the country according to the Consumer Reports’ annual... Continue Reading →

Mixed Feelings for All Access Meal Plan

Written by: Øystein Fjeldberg This fall Wingate University implemented a new system for meal plans. The All Access plan provides students with virtually unlimited meals over the course of the semester. There are some limits, but they do little to inhibit the students needs. Students have 999 meals that they can spend over the course of... Continue Reading →

The Invasion of Pumpkin Spice

Leigh-Ann Clark, Staff Writer “Pumpkin spice and everything nice” is how the saying goes for Americans during the fall season. When they say “everything”, they literally mean anything and everything edible.  From candy and doughnuts to yogurt and cereal to even pasta sauce, American businesses saw the rise of pumpkin spice popularity and took advantage... Continue Reading →

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