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Preachers gather at Byrnes

Preachers gather at Byrnes

Three born-again Christians came to preach and rally up students last Wednesday afternoon. They held signs reading “God is angry,” and  “Are you ready?” and a cross on the front lawn of Byrnes Auditorium, one of the few free speech locations in the state in which protestors do not need a permit. According to one […]

The Winthrop Chorale and the York County Choral Society will partner up with WU Chamber Singers

The Winthrop Chorale and the York County Choral Society will be partnering up along with the Winthrop Chamber Singers in a collaborative concert next Sunday,…

Professor of the week

For Dr. Katherine Kinsey, it was only a dream to work at Winthrop and for the last 16 years, she has been living out her…

Mass Communication department to host 25th annual dinner next week

The Mass Communication department is toasting to the next 25 years at the 25th annual Mass Communication Recognition Dinner next Wednesday, April 9 at 6:30…

Out of the frying pan and out of the department

“Out of the Frying Pan” directed by Jarrod Bennett,a junior theater education major, is the first play in a series of renegade plays, which are…

By Frances Parrish

Editor-in-Chief of The Johnsonian.

Sophomore mass communication major.

Frances has always had a passion for writing, and when she came to college, she decided to try something new. She'd always wondered what it would be like to write for a newspaper, so she decided she would find out. As a freshman, she was a staff writer, but as a first semester sophomore she became the Science & Tech Editor. Now she is a second semester sophomore and Editor-in-Chief of The Johnsonian. As an incoming freshman, she was an English major, but she soon discovered she had a passion for journalism, and she switched her major to mass communication. Working for The Johnsonian has been a great experience that has lead her to find her passion.

"I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; and because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do the something that I can do." Helen Keller

Plans put into action for Winthrop history project

Rebecca Masters sits in the basement of McBryde Hall a few days a week archiving old files of…

Deployed Winthrop students receive care packages

Not all of Winthrop’s students are seen on campus. Some of them are deployed overseas in the military.…

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program open to Winthrop community

Tax season is here once again, and VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) is gearing up. VITA is sponsored…

Art salutes to military through fashion

Art salutes to military through fashion

Winthrop art students are honoring the military through their own sense of fashion. The Guild of Emerging Metal…

We all have a responsibility to preserve the environment

While the importance of recycling has been drilled into the heads of students at Winthrop, I don’t think…

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