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See Winthrop artists in ArtFields

A couple of issues ago The Johnsonian wrote about three Winthrop artists accepted into an unprecedented art festival consisting of 12 southern states. Quoted below is the most recent press release about the festival which includes information for those that want to come to the festival, contact information for any questions, a schedule of events and […]

Meet WU’s international students

Meet WU’s international students

Ibrahim Almunive is a freshman computer information systems major from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Almunive has also lived in Cairo, Egypt for about three years. Almunive…

African dance group opts out of  Arts Crawl

African dance group opts out of Arts Crawl

The Ngoma dance group from Benedict College is known for their energy, smiles and unique global experience. Curtis Boyd, a graduate student in the Masters…

WLS’s shocking murder mystery dinner

Murder. Revenge. Innocence. The class of 1940 met in the Shack for their 10th reunion. The year was 1950. The ladies dressed in their sweaters,…

WU’s international students

WU’s international students

Leon Subotić is a senior double majoring in accounting and management and is originally from Thessaloníki, Greece. Members of his family currently live in Ljubljana,…

By Allie Briggs

Arts and Culture Editor

Allie Briggs is majoring in political science with minors in history and art. For fun she likes to analyze data, feed her cat Chewbacca, rock climb and go to the thrift store.

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Seductive sadness of “Melancholy Play” sticks with audience

Tilly is a young woman whose deep state of melancholy entrances and seduces a small Illinois town that…

WU’s international students

WU’s international students

Vanessa Kuissu is a senior integrated marketing communication major from Lille, France. Kuissu is a native of Douala,…

Southern art competition accepts WU art

Southern art competition accepts WU art

Winthrop artists, Marge Moody, professor of fine art; Ashley Felder, sophomore jewelry and metals major and Greyson Smith,…

StarKid is changing the face of theatre with high definition film

“Hufflepuffs are particularly good finders!” Anyone who knows this line, knows who StarKid is. July 2009, a play…

Men Who Stare at Notes

Men Who Stare at Notes

Phi Mu Alpha hosted Men Who Stare at Notes in Digs on March 29th as part of a…

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