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 to... Continue Reading →

QUESTIONS OF THE WEEK: Winternational, end-of-year concerns, MLB Opening Day and Easter Break plans

The COM 220 News Writing class put together an Easter Break edition of Questions of the Week. First up is Communication major Katie Williams of Calabash, answering class member Hunter Pearson's question: "Where would you like to go on a Winternational?" The Winternational reveal of destinations for 2018-19 took place on Wednesday afternoon. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MxD3ey6Zc54 Major... Continue Reading →

Study Abroad Peer Mentor Program Starts at Wingate

Beginning of a new program to connects its students Internationally Megan Katz, Staff Writer This semester, Wingate’s Office of International Programs is beginning a new Peer Mentor program to connect students interested in studying abroad with mentors who have already completed their respective programs. Ms. Lizz Baxter, Assistant Director of International Programs at Wingate University, crafted... Continue Reading →

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 involved... Continue Reading →

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