Wingate Men’s Soccer Season Preview

Sports Writers: Johann Henning Kunze, Jaxson Douglas, Faith Haren The 2021 soccer season is upon us, and it opens on Sept. 2 with the Wingate Bulldogs going against Florida Tech. For the first time in 10 years, the teams are meeting for a soccer match. Twenty-two players. Ninety minutes. One winner. Who will it be?  “We have a lot of talented freshmen this year,” says … Continue reading Wingate Men’s Soccer Season Preview

A Message From the Editors

With the 2021-2022 school year starting, and most COVID restrictions being lifted, the Wingate Triangle is officially able to start publishing articles about events happening throughout the Wingate campus. Due to certain circumstances, the Triangle will go back to being online. Articles will be published every other Friday throughout each month unless the article requires being published before then. The dates of each issue are … Continue reading A Message From the Editors

List of ways to relax without having Spring Break

Staff Writer: Hannah Haigler While we might have lost our spring break for the Spring 2021 semester, we do not have to lose the fun and relaxation (well, partial relaxation) that this week always brought us. Here is a list of things you can do on campus to keep spring break alive in your heart. 1. Spend Time Outdoors Sitting outside to study, taking a … Continue reading List of ways to relax without having Spring Break

The Little Things Review: A Forgettable Crime Thriller

Staff Writer: David McCallister As part of HBO Max’s new release schedule for movies, the first new film of the year is The Little Things starring Denzel Washington, Rami Malek, and Jared Leto. While the star-studded cast carries a few strong performances, the film is an overall disappointment from start to finish. The plot of the film stars Denzel Washington, a former detective who reopens … Continue reading The Little Things Review: A Forgettable Crime Thriller

Soul Review: A Return to Pixar’s Greater Days

Staff Writer: David McCallister For the past few years, Pixar has consistently released sequel after sequel. Besides a few exceptions like Coco and Onward, the movie slate from the animation giant has been mostly continuations of past franchises.  Pixar returns to their emotional roots with Soul. Soul is a powerful movie for adults on the meaning of life, and how to live it in the … Continue reading Soul Review: A Return to Pixar’s Greater Days

Thanksgiving Meal – 101

Staff Writer: Amy Cenname As the holiday season is approaching, students are planning to leave campus in the upcoming week for Thanksgiving break. And as students are preparing to have friendsgiving or be back with their loved ones, many are being asked, “What would you like to eat for Thanksgiving Dinner?”. Although many traditional Thanksgiving dinners consist of having turkey, stuffing, dinner rolls and cranberry … Continue reading Thanksgiving Meal – 101

Holidays season: COVID edition

Staff Writer: Kendrick Tucker The year of 2020 has been anything but normal for all. With the holiday season officially here, it’s no secret that holiday traditions will be different and like no other this year.  The rules and regulations in every state is different, such as the amount of people allowed in closed areas, which will keep families separated this holiday season.  The procedures … Continue reading Holidays season: COVID edition

Freaky Review: A Flawed Horror Freaky Friday

Staff Writer: David McCallister One of the last few films to come out this year amid the COVID-19 pandemic is Freaky. Directed by Happy Death Day’s Christopher Landon, the film follows Millie, who after getting murdered by a local serial killer, switches bodies with the killer and must figure out how to get back to her real body. Just like Landon’s previous films, Freaky is … Continue reading Freaky Review: A Flawed Horror Freaky Friday

1917 Review: Hope can be Dangerous

Staff Writer: David McCallister World War One, the war to end all wars. The horrors and missions that normal men had to see and accomplish are both extraordinary and depressing. Director Sam Mendes captures this with his latest film 1917. 1917 revolves around two young soldiers, who are tasked with calling off an attack against German forces that is a trap for the British forces. … Continue reading 1917 Review: Hope can be Dangerous