Ultimate Frisbee Club starting out strong

Ashley Garcia, Sports Writer At Wingate University there are many different clubs around campus. One of those clubs is the Ultimate Frisbee Club. The club has two different teams: men and coed. The men’s team competes in USA-Ultimate tournaments in the D-III division, while the co-ed team plays against different schools in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia. The club allows students who are both … Continue reading Ultimate Frisbee Club starting out strong

Graduation List for May 2018

Bachelor of Arts Sp/Su 2018 Ana Ruth Acosta Human Services   Amanda Marie Alling Communication Studies Public Relations magna cum laude   Naomi Denise Askew Music Performance   LaDejia Tenille Bittle Music Performance   Katie Powers Deese Religious Studies   Hunter Neal Edwards History cum laude   Mariona Medina Espinalt Marketing   Alexandra Leigh Ferro Music   Jessica Lynn Grant Psychology & Criminal Justice cum … Continue reading Graduation List for May 2018

John Pavlovitz speaks to Wingate campus about creating a bigger table

Rachael Robinson, Staff Writer John Pavlovitz spoke to Wingate students, faculty and staff last Wednesday. Pavlovitz is a pastor, blogger and the author of the novel A Bigger Table. He spoke to the audience about expanding their horizons and opening up themselves to new people, with his theory of “creating a bigger table.” When Pavlovitz speaks of creating a bigger table, he has an image … Continue reading John Pavlovitz speaks to Wingate campus about creating a bigger table

Limited parking at Wingate has students feeling frustrated

Keyana Daye, Staff Writer With the admission of over 1,000 freshman students last semester, which is almost double the size of all previous classes, there was bound to be some issues. One of the biggest issues to most students, and even faculty, would be parking. No matter which parking lot you pull into, the game of luck always seems to be in full effect. With … Continue reading Limited parking at Wingate has students feeling frustrated

Chi Omega Sugar Cookies Benefit Make-A-Wish Foundation

Stephen Fisenne, Staff Writer The sisters of Chi Omega at Wingate University were recently selling sugar cookies on campus for a good cause: the Make-A-Wish Foundation. As the national philanthropy of Chi Omega, the Make-A-Wish Foundation has a pretty big place in their hearts. They wanted to raise money for them, as they do every year, and they decided that sugar cookies would be a sweet … Continue reading Chi Omega Sugar Cookies Benefit Make-A-Wish Foundation

Library holds program on plagiarism for Academic Integrity Week

Dustin Kiggins, Staff Writer In recognition of Academic Integrity Week on Wednesday, librarians from Ethel K. Library presented students with tips on how to avoid plagiarism when doing research and writing papers for class and future careers. The presenters showed examples to students on plagiarism in music to see if the students understood the difference between what was and wasn’t plagiarized. This was so they … Continue reading Library holds program on plagiarism for Academic Integrity Week

Wingate’s Vanisha Wilshire who became 2nd in the nation for High Jump

Tariah Harrell, Staff Writer This week’s Spotlight of the Week is sophomore high jumper Vanisha Wilshire from Wingate’s Women’s Track and Field. Vanisha shared a few of her favorite things with us and talked about how she feels about the season thus far. What is your favorite color(s)? :Blue and Pink What is your lucky number?: 13 What is your favorite food? : Pizza If … Continue reading Wingate’s Vanisha Wilshire who became 2nd in the nation for High Jump

Is the Freshman 15 a Myth or a Reality?

Kendall Sienon, Staff Writer Wingate, N.C. — Going into college, people are warned relentlessly about the potential of the dreaded freshman 15. During freshman orientation, they bring up the possibility of weight gain and how to combat it. All over social media, there are countless articles on tips on how to avoid gaining weight in college. But how prevalent is this claim? Moving from your hometown into college … Continue reading Is the Freshman 15 a Myth or a Reality?

Senior Graduation List for May 2017

Bachelor of Arts Vincent Aiello Centereach, NY Criminal Justice   Kristie L. Begley Indian Trail, NC Psychology   Kaitlyn Brunworth Littleton, CO Biology   Joseph S. Carter Durham, NC Management   Devontae Alonza Cash* Chesterfield, SC Music   Jennifer Michelle Earp Traphill, NC English   Arte Michael Elliott Monroe, NC Music   Jennifer Andrea Escalante Charlotte, NC Psychology and Criminal Justice   Anthony Johan Thomas … Continue reading Senior Graduation List for May 2017

Eight countries showcased in W’International Program for the 2018 year

Andrew Elliot, Staff Writer Last Wednesday night, in the Batte Center’s Recital Hall was where the Class of 2019’s W’International showcase took place. The place was filled with excitement and wonder as each professor revealed the different countries that students could go to. “We had over 150 students in attendance!” Said Ms. Jennifer Armentrout, the Director of International Programs. “The professors did a great job of showcasing … Continue reading Eight countries showcased in W’International Program for the 2018 year