What is there to love? part 3

Staff Writer: Michael Martin In this week’s “What is there to love?”, we will be getting to hear from three Wingate seniors and find out what they love about Wingate.  The focus of it is to go around campus and ask different students what they love about Wingate University. In the end, it will give... Continue Reading →

Wingate takes on Homecoming during COVID-19

Staff Writer: Amy Cenname Wingate University hosted its virtual Homecoming for the first time this past week. For many students, alumni, families, faculty and staff. Homecoming is the most important time during the year that everyone is able to come together as one bulldog and traditionally celebrate their current and past times at Wingate University.... Continue Reading →

What is there to love? Part 2

Staff Writer: Michael Martin This week I will be continuing a column that I started last week called, “What is there to love?” The focus of it is to go around campus and ask different students what they love about Wingate University. In the end, it will give a view into why students chose to... Continue Reading →

Exams: online vs. in-person

Staff Writer: LaVonda Briggs Students have been in class for a while now, meaning exams are bound to take place. Exams may have changed due to having to be online which means either two things: they may have gotten harder or they may just be the same. Not every student is taking exams the same. Some have all day... Continue Reading →

What is there to love? Part 1

Staff Writer: Michael Martin This week I will be beginning a new column that will be posted every week called, “What is there to love?”  The focus of it is to go around campus and ask different students what they love about Wingate University. In the end, it will give a view into why students... Continue Reading →

Student events during COVID-19

Staff Writer: Amy Cenname Many Wingate Student Organizations on campus are having to change what they do on a normal schedule due to COVID-19. Since the pandemic, Wingate University has taken the proper measures to keep its students safe by installing new policies on its campus which include social distancing and limited room capacity.  Although... Continue Reading →

Moving Lyceums from in-person to online

Staff Writer: LaVonda Briggs Lyceums are a graduation requirement for students at Wingate University. They consist of four different categories: Art, Faith, Growth, and Lecture. Students have 24 Lyceums to complete which is broken down by four in each category plus an additional eight of the students’ choice.    Normally Lyceums would be treated like an event where students must sign up for a reservation and show their student ID to receive credit for attending.... Continue Reading →

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