David LaMotte: World Changing 101: Challenging the Myth of Powerlessness

“So many people are immobilized by their belief in limitations that don’t exist. Don’t be one of them” Said David LaMotte On Jan. 23, Peace Advocate David LaMotte brought a powerful message of truth to Winthrop campus regarding activism—what  it is, what it is not and what it must be to bring change to the […]

Audit reveals discrepancies from Courtyard construction

The Winthrop administration is contesting an audit by the state of South Carolina. A recent procurement audit of Winthrop University brought to light three specific issues.  It also set a precedent for the future construction of buildings used by a university and their students. The audit, covering 2007-2010, was a procurement audit.  That reviews purchases […]

Professors lament religious restrictions in the classroom

Theology is a dangerous topic in most settings; however, for public schools, it is a line of thought that can cost them their jobs. Professors Jennifer Belk and Dave Vawter discussed the difficulties of these limitations, along with their personal testimonies during “What I can’t say in the classroom.” Freedom of religion and the separation […]

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