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Math professor competed with wife for WU position

Math professor competed with wife for WU position

After competing with his wife, Kristen, for a position in the department, Zachary Abernathy, assistant math professor, got his start at Winthrop three years ago. The university hired them both soon after they completed graduate school. Originally from Winston-Salem, N.C., Abernathy completed his undergraduate education at Wake Forest University and graduate education at North Carolina […]

World Wide Winthrop Day brings admitted students to campus

World Wide Winthrop Day brings admitted students to campus

From popcorn to bouncy houses, World Wide Winthrop Day provided something that almost anyone could enjoy. With over 600 newly admitted students and their families…

TJ welcomes new member to the family

TJ welcomes new member to the family

“Ten little fingers, Ten tiny toes, The sweetest of smiles And a cute little nose. All these add up To a very special thing… A…

WU alumnus follows media relations dream

WU alumnus follows media relations dream

Memories of checking into Richardson Hall as a freshman and rooming with Todd Lassiter still linger in Chad Steele’s mind although it was 20 years…

Student named as Newman Civic Fellow

Each year, Campus Compact names inspiring students as Newman Civic Fellows in memory of Frank Newman, who dedicated his life to education reform. This year’s…

By Shamira McCray

Shamira McCray
News Editor for the Johnsonian

Junior Journalism Major

When Shamira isn't devoting her life to The Johnsonian, she enjoys spending her free time laughing with family and friends and watching NBA basketball. With the OKC Thunder being her favorite NBA team, Shamira is obsessed with Kevin Durant. As a career, she wishes to continue expressing herself through her writing in the media industry; preferably at a newspaper or magazine.

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Vandal graffitis walls of Rutledge with Sharpie

A 36-year-old Rock Hill man has been charged with 3rd degree burglary and vandalism after he was observed…

Student  body election season is underway

Student body election season is underway

Four candidates are set to campaign for the positions of student body president and vice president during this…

College of Arts and Sciences gets new leadership

College of Arts and Sciences gets new leadership

A new dean has been selected to head the College of Arts and Sciences. Dr. Karen M. Kedrowski,…

DSU nominated as top 5 in nation

After being nominated more than 10 times as one of the top five campus activity board in the…

Chief Zebedis presents active shooter class

While a deadly school shooting has yet to occur at Winthrop, Frank Zebedis, Chief of Police for the…

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