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Our Say: Get involved

With CSL elections ending this week, begins a new chapter for Winthrop’s Council of Student Leaders. With the presidency change, also come changes to the entire council. This is an opportunity for students to become more involved on campus and allows them the opportunity to be apart of important decision making, and the direction of […]

Worldwide Winthrop Day more than just a celebration

Every year, high school students come from all over the state, (sometimes from different parts of the U.S,) to celebrate Worldwide Winthrop Day: the day…

Students need information on social classes

As a graduating senior, I will have some fond memories of my time at Winthrop: hanging out with friends, traveling to new places, taking courses…

Never quit,Winthrop

As I write this, there are a lot of things on my mind.  My brother just graduated from fireman’s academy and is beginning his career…

Gender wage gap voting scam

President Barack Obama signed not one, but two executive orders Tuesday in a bid to close pay disparities between men and women.  Obama was quoted…

Our Say: We’ve been challenged to rise up

This past Friday in Byrnes Auditorium Dr. Jayne Marie Comstock was officially installed as Winthrop University’s 10th president.…

Print isn’t dead

Thanks to the ever-growing technological market, it’s becoming easier for us to assume that all print media will…

LGBT pride is more than a parade

In the U.S., June is LGBT Pride Month. June is significant due to the Stonewall Riots that took…

Wealth the largest source of misrepresentation in government

Americans care about who represents them, the nation has since its origin. Originally it was a fight between…

Political correctness limits free speech

We love the Girl Scouts, especially their cookies. Who doesn’t enjoy a good box of Thin Mints or…

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