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The path to enlightenment

When Gen Kelsang Jampa said outer peace is impossible without inner peace, he meant peace in relationships, peace at work and even world peace. He caught my attention. Listening to him speak moved me. Jampa, the national spiritual director of the New Kadampa Tradition of Buddhism for the eastern U.S., spoke at the Levine Museum […]

Dealing with the effects of childhood anxiety

Anxiety is a natural mechanism the body uses to allow one to recognize a potentially dangerous situation. However, feeling so anxious that leaving the house…

Blues performer to visit Charlotte

Nathan Impellizzeri opened for The Fray a few years ago, but decided to change his name after the lead singer, Isaac, suggested he change it…

Professor of the Week — Terry Ryan

Terry Ryan may show up to class in a tie, but he leaves campus on his motorcycle. Professor Ryan is the assistant instructor in the…

Andy the Door Bum

Andy the Door Bum

Andy the Door Bum has a phrase he came up with and lives his life by: “Life is a war. Art is the war. Create…

“Sing, Sing, Sing”

If you enjoyed seeing the movie “The Hangover,” then swing by Byrnes Auditorium Friday afternoon during the Arts…

Kid Flies Private

Kid Flies Private

Kid Flies Private is an Indie/Alternative band from Spartanburg, S.C. They will be performing Friday at the Arts…

WU students create film “Disillusion”

Marcus Nesbitt believes that as a society, we should challenge ourselves to question our perceptions, instead of relying…

Professor inspires students to reach for dreams

When Jill O’Neill walks onto the stage in an expensive evening gown with multicolored spiked hair and tattoos,…

Students crawl through art despite majors

Students crawl through art despite majors

If you’re attending the Arts Crawl at Winthrop University next Friday you can expect two hours of fun…

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