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New common book will take students on culinary journey

The latest Winthrop University common book was announced by the university on Monday afternoon, and it features the writing of a familiar author. Kelsey Timmerman’s “Where Am I Eating?” was chosen as the latest common book, according to a university press release.  Timmerman also penned “Where Am I Wearing?”, which was chosen as Winthrop’s common […]

ACE change, innovation lab for Winthrop’s future

The American Council on Education (ACE) has chosen Winthrop to participate in the Change and Innovation Lab, which is designed to help higher education institutions …

Poetry reading to share fond memories

Four women from Winthrop’s English department read poems at the Little Chapel Tuesday at 5 p.m. in honor of Women’s History Month and National Poetry…

Retiring Winthrop professor leaves legacy

Associate professor of social work Sue Lyman is retiring this year. At the Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society initiation, Lyman was recognized for 16…

More computer labs available on campus than students think

To all the students who have ever waited on a computer, there might be more computer labs available at Winthrop than you think. About 55…

Student gears up for music festival

This is Josh Thomas’s second year participating in the Counterpoint Music Festival. Thomas said it was similar to…

Winthrop University Opera Production to host special event: ‘The Pirates of Penzance’

On April 5 at 8 p.m. in Byrnes Auditorium, Winthrop music students directed by Jeffery McEvoy will host…

Roger Baumgarte to discuss international friendships

On April 7 at 6:30 p.m. in Winthrop’s Tuttle Dining Room in McBryde Hall, Roger Baumgarte will be…

Rock Hill to host annual Come-See-Me Festival

Starting Thursday April 3 the city of Rock Hill will host its annual 10-day Come-See-Me Festival. The festival,…

Winthrop one of 10 schools to participate in ACE innovation lab

During her inaugural address Dr. Jayne Comstock announced that Winthrop had been chosen as one of ten schools…

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