Student Organization Brings Veterans Week to Campus

By: Matthew Myers, Staff Writer Starting on Monday, Nov. 5, Wingate’s Student Veteran Organization and EKS are launching a week-long campaign for veterans awareness. Spearheaded by SVO and Friends of the Library, Veterans Week is promised to be filled with opportunities so that students may learn and have a better understanding of our military personnel.... Continue Reading →

Winston Churchill’s granddaughter remembers the good ‘ol days with students

Churchill's granddaughter shares memories with students Celestia Rene Randolph, Staff Writer The Dynamic Words of a Bulldog “An acorn cannot grow in the shadow on an oak. Celia Sandy's proves otherwise”, said North Carolina Senator Craig Horne, as he introduces the distinguished speaker: successful author, entrepreneur, and member of the Churchill society, the granddaughter of... Continue Reading →

International Education Week includes wide variety of events

Wingate wants to bring cultural experience to all students Megan Katz, Staff Writer This week, Wingate University’s Office of International Programs will be working with student organizations, faculty, and international students to bring the student body a transformative International Education Week. According to the U.S. State Department, International Education Week is a nationally designated week... Continue Reading →

Wingate Welcomes Arun Gandhi, Grandson of Mahatma Gandhi

Students listen and engage at Lyceum with Gandhi's Grandson. Students gain valuable lifelong lessons.  Rachael Robinson, Staff Writer Wingate University welcomed Arun Gandhi, the grandson of nonviolent philosopher and Indian civil rights leader, Mahatma Gandhi, to the McGee Theater on Tuesday night. Arun spoke to what Molly Hutson, a sophomore, described as “one of the quietest,... Continue Reading →

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