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Understanding the difference

Medicare and Medicaid are government programs that have been scrutinized in recent years, causing the general public and government officials to look at the costs and benefits of having such a structure for retirees. Most people would agree that a...

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Board of trustees asked to rename Tillman Hall

Two former Winthrop students approached the university’s board of trustees asking them to change the name of the university’s main building. During the public comment session of the board of trustees meeting Friday, Winthrop alumni Michael...

Who’s dogging who?

Laughter filled the room as a panel exposed the truth about relationships, situation-ships and everything in between. The Xi Beta Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Inc. hosted an event called “Who’s Dogging Who” Wednesday night.  The purpose of...

Insane Inflatable 5K coming to Winthrop

The Insane Inflatable 5K is a new and dynamic race series made up of “extreme inflatable obstacles” in order to raise proceeds to benefit the Kilah Davenport Foundation. The unique 5K race has taken place in 16 cities across the United States...

Winthrop celebrates 50th year of integration

Winthrop kicked off a week of events celebrating the university’s 50th year of integration. Winthrop University integrated in 1964 when Cynthia Plair Roddey enrolled into the university’s graduate program. Roddey said that during the integration...

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