Arts & Entertainment

Return of Faculty Recitals

Staff Writer: Darius Johnson On Aug. 2, Dr. Jordan Wilson, Associate Professor of Voice, took the stage for the first faculty recital at Wingate since 2018. With the reduction of COVID-19 cases, life on campus has been slowly returning to normal. The Wingate Music Department began its transition by bringing back the recitals this academic…

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“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 Barbara…

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Oscars 2022 Recap

Staff Writer: Emily Werner Ah, the Academy Awards – specifically the Oscars. It is an exclusive event where people get awards for doing their jobs. This year’s Oscars took place on March 27th and ran for almost four hours. People have only been talking about a 30-second clip, but there has to be more to…

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OTF Gaming Kicks Off An Early Start To Success

Staff Writer: Dwayne Davis WINGATE, NC– Most student-athletes on college campuses are known for their hard work on and off the field but not so much for their gaming skills. Once considered as a distraction to young kids and even adults, video games have opened doors for many, while turning casual players into multi-millionaire athletes.…

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Why We Should be Demanding Better Video Game Representation

Staff Writer: Luke Little If you played any video games from the 1990s to the 2010s, you likely have a bevy of nostalgia for the titles you played. Isn’t it sad, then, that a lot of titles from this period of gaming are becoming less and less legally accessible by the day?  Recent news broke…

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10th Annual Christmas in November Art Sale

Staff Writer: Faith Haren Calling All Artists: Make some money doing what you love! 💛 Are you interested in selling your work but have never done it before?  Pottery, jewelry, scarves/hats, photography, drawings, plants in hand-painted pots, and more The 10th Annual Christmas in November Arts & Crafts Sale (hosted by the Anson County Arts…

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COUNTERPOINT Magazine Returns

Staff Writer: Garrett Elder Counterpoint magazine returns for its 52nd year as a Wingate campus staple. The 2021 edition of the magazine has just been published. Fourteen students and two faculty members have composed more than 35 poems and short stories. The artworks of more than 55 students are also featured. The magazine was founded…

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