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Fulfilling the promise

Winthrop University announced a new scholarship for students of diversity at the Fulfilling the Promise Banquet Oct. 11. Over $11,000 has been raised toward the scholarship, and Dr. Danny Nicholson, vice president of Institutional Advancement has a...

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Misconception of black Greeks

African American Greeks across campus are labeled for their race, stereotypes and misconceptions. Many of these minority students joined together for an interactive event to learn more about the stereotypes and misconceptions of black students...

No place like home

Going to school far from home can be tough both mentally and financially.  Not only is it difficult to pay for out of state tuition, but it can be difficult to enter a whole new culture as well. According to Maria Linn of the Accreditation,...

The Holy City accepts gay marriage license

The first same-sex marriage licenses in South Carolina have been legalized and many have mixed emotions in the Winthrop community. Charleston County Councilwoman Colleen Condon and her fiancée Nichols Bleckley were the first to submit an...

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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