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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...

Ins and outs of work study

The importance of knowledge is not a priority for everyone. Some people do not choose to further their knowledge and their education, and that is alright. Not everyone is cut out for college. For those who do choose to advance their knowledge...

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Remembering Abby

Friends and family gathered slowly by the circle of chairs as the sun began to set. Silent greetings and soft hellos were whispered, while Donna Carroll passed out blue ribbons and welcomed each guest individually. She grabbed her husband’s hand,...

Religion classes necessary for student growth

It’s no surprise that Winthrop, and colleges like Winthrop, change people. That is the role of college: to change people and mature young adults. Why else would anyone pay $25,000 a year or more to learn? Yet, year after year, students resist the...

CSL approves two new organizations

Zeta Phi Beta sorority and Pinkie Promise religious group were both approved by the Council of Student Leaders this week to become official Winthrop organizations. The two organizations are both exclusive to women on campus, offering sisterhood and...

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