UNCW Group Aims to Rebuild Community

By Harrison Taylor, Staff Writer Three weeks ago, the South Eastern United States was hit by Category two Hurricane Florence, and no city on the coast was devastated more than Wilmington, North Carolina. Hundreds of students from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington (UNCW) were displaced, as the school told students who lived in their student housing to go home. Other University of North … Continue reading UNCW Group Aims to Rebuild Community

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 one of the century’s most influential leaders. She claims the … Continue reading Winston Churchill’s granddaughter remembers the good ‘ol days with students

New campus organization helps find internships for students

Internship Opportunities at Wingate Cierra Smith, Staff Writer As college students may know, the idea of getting out into the workforce once graduating can be stressful in itself. So, when looking for internships, the stress can be just as daunting. Most college students feel as if they have to get an internship that directly pertains to their major, but in reality, it is better for … Continue reading New campus organization helps find internships for students

The City of Charlotte recovers after the Keith Scott Shooting

Journalists discussed their coverage of protests at SPJ meeting  Celestia Rene Randolph, Staff Writer It was a restless atmosphere to begin with, but phones chirping with the tweets of mourners and activists, became the loudest to pierce through the tense atmosphere. Insistent that they receive answers regarding the shooting of Keith Scott. A local of Gaston, South Carolina and father of seven, protesters and supporters of … Continue reading The City of Charlotte recovers after the Keith Scott Shooting

Wingate Soccer hosts Alumni

Alumni homecoming, reflecting on the past Delaney Smith, Staff Writer October 14-15 the Wingate Soccer Program celebrated the opening of its new field house by hosting an Alumni Weekend. The festivities began Friday night with a get together at the field house and a co-ed alumni game. On Saturday between the women’s and men’s games, the Head Coach’s office was dedicated to Coach Jerry Sutton … Continue reading Wingate Soccer hosts Alumni

Wingate Bulldogs gear up to face Carson Newman Saturday

Football Season Recap Tariah Harrell, Staff Writer  Coach Joe Reich and the Wingate Bulldogs will make their way to Jefferson City, Tenn., at 1 p.m. this Saturday,  where they will take on the Carson-Newman Eagles. Carson-Newman has moved the ball successfully in the past years against the Bulldogs, and now the Bulldogs are eager to go head-to-head with them this weekend. After week 7, the … Continue reading Wingate Bulldogs gear up to face Carson Newman Saturday

Commuting: What’s the Point?

Commuting vs. Staying On Campus: Does it alter your college experience? Danny Stueber, Staff Writer   Commuting can be a hard decision to make when choosing a college or university. Some chose to save money especially if you live close to your college of choice. You can commute every day instead of living on campus itself. It is a popular option among the young adults that … Continue reading Commuting: What’s the Point?

Commissioners hear update on school bond referendum

New town hall/fire station should be ready by Jan. 1, town manager says  Jenna Turner, Staff Writer Sept. 20 was Wingate’s Board of Commissioner’s monthly meeting. Joe Delaney, an administrator for  Union County Public Schools, spoke during the public comment about the Referendum that will be put before the voters on Nov. 8. They need $54 million to complete projects at Monroe High, Piedmont High, … Continue reading Commissioners hear update on school bond referendum

Wingate Seeks Donations for the Namesake of the Newest Building!

Wingate working on naming the new Health and Wellness Facility Kendall Sienon, Staff Writer Wingate, N.C. — Have you ever wanted a building named after you? Well now’s your chance! Wingate University’s newest construction, The Health and Wellness Center is running smoothly. In fact, they are accepting donations for the building’s namesake! But most importantly, we have an exclusive look at the newest features of … Continue reading Wingate Seeks Donations for the Namesake of the Newest Building!