Arts & Culture

Community, class and cost

“Imagine a world,” Simone Camel, human nutrition professor, said, “where all eaters have equitable and optimal access to food and water now and in the future.” She and many others have discussed the topics of health and the cost of food in...

A change of scenery for artist

Meet Adina Rott, a junior education major from Hamberg, Germany. Rott arrived at Winthrop in August and is just here for the semester and will be returning to Germany after the semester ends. She studies art and English education in Flensburg,...

Student comes to study from the land down under

Meet Georgina Hyett, a sophomore social work major, studying abroad at Winthrop for the fall semester. She is from Bendigo, Victoria in Australia, which is two hours away from Melbourne. “It’s classed as a country town, but it’s quite big as...

The Seagull, a comedy and tradegy

It’s a play drenched in longing… There are some laughs… It’s poetic. It’s sad. It’s moving,” said Dr. Laura Dougherty, director of The College of Visual and Performing Arts’ upcoming production of Anton Chekhov’s renowned play,...

From Saudi Arabia to the United States

“When I came here, I came here alone. I didn’t have friends here. I didn’t know anyone,” said Majid Alasfoor.  He came to the United States in 2008 to attend an English-speaking school in Charlotte. Through his school in Charlotte,...

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