Remembering 9/11

Staff Writer: Michael Paulus      Yesterday was September 11. Eighteen years ago, terrorists permanently changed the way Americans viewed the world and their own lives. It’s still an emotional time for many people, myself included.      I was in 8th grade and remember when I first heard about the attack. I had just... Continue Reading →

QUESTIONS OF THE WEEK: Winternational, end-of-year concerns, MLB Opening Day and Easter Break plans

The COM 220 News Writing class put together an Easter Break edition of Questions of the Week. First up is Communication major Katie Williams of Calabash, answering class member Hunter Pearson's question: "Where would you like to go on a Winternational?" The Winternational reveal of destinations for 2018-19 took place on Wednesday afternoon. Major... Continue Reading →

BIGG talks E-Waste

Celestia Randolph, Staff Writer Southern Environmental Solutions of the Carolinas (SESC) is a family owned business dedicated to servicing local landfills established on government contracts. The objective of SESC is to collect recyclable electronic waste, or,  e-waste, promote organizational interactivity. By setting high standards and collaborating and partnerships, site visits, SESC teaches individuals as well as... Continue Reading →

WU Students TP Campus for Homecoming Celebration

Wessli-Ann Hardee, Staff Writer Wingate University students clear out the store shelves as they stock up on toilet paper for the annual homecoming tradition of “TPing” the campus on Thursday night. For years, Wingate University has been establishing traditions for students to take part in during homecoming. One of their biggest is allowing the students... Continue Reading →

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