How to Solve the World’s Problems

Staff Writer: Emily Werner These are trying times. We’re almost three years into the pandemic, Russia and Ukraine are at war, and One Direction is still broken up. There are so many issues in the world and it seems as though nobody knows how to solve them… except me.  Debt and poverty are debilitating toContinue reading “How to Solve the World’s Problems”

Wingate Women’s Lacrosse Update

Staff Writer: Bella Pellet It has been a whirlwind of a season so far for the Wingate Women’s Lacrosse team. Since the Dogs’ first game, they have made history in these past 10 weeks. Back on March 5th, the Dogs beat Limestone for the first time since the Saints have moved into the Southern AtlanticContinue reading “Wingate Women’s Lacrosse Update”

WU Cheer Tumbles Their Way to Being Top Dog

Staff Writer: Madison Mataxas We see them on the sidelines of sporting events dawning smiles on their faces, repping their blue and gold uniforms, and performing for the crowds, but more goes into the Wingate Cheerleader’s routines than many of us realize.  The season kicks off in August with the team participating in the NationalContinue reading “WU Cheer Tumbles Their Way to Being Top Dog”

Kristen Johnson Yost University’s Communication Specialist

Staff Writer: Alexandria Sessions If you’ve checked your email recently chances are you have probably received an email from Kristen Johnson Yost, in the last few days. Yost, our very own campus Communication Specialist and University spokesperson, makes sure students and President Rhett Brown are up-to-date on all things Wingate, but are we up-to-date onContinue reading “Kristen Johnson Yost University’s Communication Specialist”

“Murder is A Fine Art” Cast Draws Wingate Students to Batte Center

Staff Writer: Alexandria Sessions Last week before Easter Break, the talented cast of “Murder is a Fine Art” conducted an audience interactive play, highlighting a love triangle, jealousy, revenge, and obviously a murder. The play was brought for entertainment for friends and families by the Wingate University Department of Communication and Art directed by BarbaraContinue reading ““Murder is A Fine Art” Cast Draws Wingate Students to Batte Center”

Tips for a Less-Stressful More-Successful Final Exam Week

Staff Writers: COMM435 – Feature Writing Class In just a few weeks, Wingate students will be faced with final exams. For some, the results of the test may change a letter grade or make a difference between passing and failing a course. For others, final exams may hold graduation in the balance.  Whatever your situation,Continue reading “Tips for a Less-Stressful More-Successful Final Exam Week”

Professor Case on Being Openly LGBTQ On a Historically Baptist Campus

Wingate University is known for its religious affiliation and, according to Niche, is rated the fifth most conservative university in North Carolina. However, overall treatment and views of LGBTQ+ people are more positive than one might think. Dr. Eddie Case (he/they) is an openly LGBTQ+ professor who has had nothing but good experiences on campusContinue reading “Professor Case on Being Openly LGBTQ On a Historically Baptist Campus”

Wingate Men’s Lacrosse Update

Staff Writer: Ben Robertson The 2022 Wingate men’s lacrosse team has rolled to an 8-2 start as they hunt for their fourth South Atlantic Conference (SAC) Championship under head coach Tim Boyle.  They opened the season with two straight wins against Barton and the then fourth-ranked Mercyhurst before falling to the defending national champions LeContinue reading “Wingate Men’s Lacrosse Update”