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Wingate Athlete Leads Outreach Program in South Carolina

Staff Writer: Savannah Phillips Wingate University student Jaquan Edwards is making a difference in the lives of middle- and high-school boys by volunteering for the LEAD ME (Lead, Empower and Develop Me) Program in Johnston, South Carolina. A motivator and a mentor, Edwards strives to encourage them to see the good in themselves. “A lot…

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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 to…

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Happy April Fools’ Day!

Staff Writer: Jacob Almond Most of you can probably say that you have been fooled once or twice before on April Fools’ Day, maybe by someone you know personally or a celebrity pulling a prank on the general public.  However, there have been times the public thought something was a joke on April Fools’ Day…

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Happy Daylight Savings and Saint Patricks Day!

Wishing all Bulldogs a Happy Daylight Savings on March 13th and Saint Patricks Day on March 17th! Remember – turn your clocks up one hour Saturday night – we will get an extra hour of daylight for the next eight months! — The Triangle Staff

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I Want a High-Speed Transcontinental Railway and I Want It Now!!!

Staff Writer: Emily Werner Since the ripe age of five years old (or sooner for some), we have been told that the United States is the greatest country in the world. We’re number one in so many things – student debt, divorce, covid deaths, and… something positive, I’m sure. But one thing we’re the absolute…

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Local Union County Student Aims Survey at Young College Students

Staff Writer: David McCallister When thinking back to high school, many college students may have thought little of their complete college experience. Some students may have thought too much about their future and how they want to have an impact on society. For local high school student Reagan Fauser, her goals of impacting young adults…

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The Journey Back to Taiwan

Staff Writer: Tzu-Hsun Hsu In March 2020, due to the COVID-19 rapidly spreading out in the United States, which accelerated the increase of the confirmed cases, the NCAA decided to cancel the spring season. During the pandemic, I took a long-distance and tough flight back to Taiwan.  On the afternoon of March 12, 2020, when…

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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…

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College students exercising their right to vote

Staff Writer: Kendrick Tucker 2020 has been a very interesting one to say the least, from the pandemic hitting the world earlier this year, to schooling across the globe changed to virtual learning. There has been one thing that many people around America have been anticipating, which is the 2020 Presidential Election.  With many college…

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