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Kappas promote local doctors by providing health care fair for peers

Winthrop students will get the opportunity to peruse a room full of doctors, dentists and more this Thursday in the Richardson Ballroom. Kappa Alpha Psi, Inc. is choosing to celebrate more than just their fraternity this week as they concentrate on health initiatives as well by putting on a health fair for Winthrop students.  Tim […]

Stabbing incident at Texas college follows 2 months after shooting

At least 12 people were sent to the hospital Tuesday morning after a student at Lone Star Community College went on a stabbing spree, according…

NY man gets $1.6 million with frog infestation

One man’s worst nightmare became a reality in New York. According to the Associated Press, Paul Marinaccio Sr. was forced to face his biggest fear—frogs—after…

Afghan women jailed for moral crimes

An Afghan woman has spent the past three months in jail after she pulled the gun on an attacker killing him, according to the Associated…

Rock Hill woman goes on Sunday stealing spree

Several York Co. churches were targets of theft as one Rock Hill woman made her way through five churches on Sunday to steal money, according…

By Kaitlyn Schallhorn

Managing editor for The Johnsonian.

Senior English and journalism majors, political science minor.

In addition to her work at The Johnsonian, Kaitlyn is a contributing writer to The Charlestonion, a satire publication in Charleston, S.C. After completing her degree, she aspires to begin her journalism career in either New York City or Washington, D.C. Kaitlyn loves John Mayer, Lilly Pulitzer, the Michigan Wolverines, sailing and snow. Her favorite meal is peanut butter M&M's. .

“So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.” -The Great Gatsby; F. Scott Fitzgerald

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CSL debate opens campus elections for students

CSL debate opens campus elections for students

To kick off campus wide elections, the Council of Student Leaders held a presidential debate which allowed each…

Sanford returns to politics

Just a few days after Christians celebrated the resurrection of Jesus Christ, Mark Sanford’s political career was resurrected…

Marshall compares Winthrop to “Indentured Servitude”

As Winthrop students took to social media sites this weekend praising former head basketball coach Gregg Marshall on…

Gaza classrooms now classified by gender

In September, the new school year for middle and high school children in Gaza will bring more changes…

New York politics revolve around money schemes

Money became an all-important factor in a N.Y. state senate race when Malcom Smith (D) was arrested after…

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