School of Sports Sciences professor to participate in service project in Nepal for two weeks

Brendan Shriver, News Writer Dr. Brandy Clemmer, a School of Sports Sciences professor and the head of the school’s Leadership Academy, will be leaving the United States next week to participate in a service project in Nepal with the organization Wine to Water for two weeks. This project is nothing new to Dr. Clemmer. AsContinue reading “School of Sports Sciences professor to participate in service project in Nepal for two weeks”

The W’International fun has begun

Caitlin Bailey, Staff Writer The W’International trips have finally been revealed. Rising juniors wait in anticipation every year to learn what exciting places they can go. This year was no different. The reveal, held on March 28, started with Leslie Reynolds and Jennifer Armentrout from the International Studies Office, going over the new changes toContinue reading “The W’International fun has begun”

Carolina Panther Game Days holds Tradition Unlike Any Other

Jackson Kaplan, Staff Writer Since the year 1996 when the fall season hits the Carolinas, residents of Charlotte and surrounding communities will gather inside the 75,412-seat Bank of America Stadium to enjoy a chill afternoon of Carolina Panthers football. Bank of America Stadium is a popular destination for fans from all over the region, includingContinue reading “Carolina Panther Game Days holds Tradition Unlike Any Other”

Boone offers Great Getaway places for Students

Alex King, Staff Writer When classes get stressful and all of the work for the week is done, a short-day trip vacation is always a great way to recharge. Going on a weekend getaway with a group of friends is a great way to recharge before the next week of life begins. One great placeContinue reading “Boone offers Great Getaway places for Students”

Crowders Mountain is a “Must-Hike” for Wingate Students

Maggie Smith, Staff Writer Wingate University students find themselves limited to activities being that they’re located in the small town of Wingate. Surrounding the small town of Wingate are more similar small towns such as Monroe, Marshville, and Wadesboro. These surrounding towns have small malls, a few restaurants, movie theaters, bowling alleys, and that’s theContinue reading “Crowders Mountain is a “Must-Hike” for Wingate Students”

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 ofContinue reading “Eight countries showcased in W’International Program for the 2018 year”

WU’s Baxter helps students take advantage of international study opportunities

Maggie Smith, Staff Writer Many college students fall in love with traveling during college. Whether it’s road-trips with friends on the weekends, traveling for spring break, making friends with people from other states or countries and getting to travel home with them, or to studying abroad for a couple weeks or a full semester. ManyContinue reading “WU’s Baxter helps students take advantage of international study opportunities”

Benefits of W’international

Jonathan Jenkins, Staff Writer College is often seen as a rare opportunity for people to experience firsts. There are first parties, jobs, relationships, etc. One opportunity that many neglect to mention, however, is the chance to go to your first foreign nation. While many universities offer chances to have these experiences, few are as involvedContinue reading “Benefits of W’international”