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Be healthy, gain muscle, lose fat

Last week I went over five ways to exchange body fat for muscle or at least add some tone. This week I will share five more strategic ways to reach that sexy summer body. In order to lose weight and build muscle you have to focus on three key elements: diet, cardiovascular exercise and strength […]

The clear difference between torrenting files and stealing

Perhaps you’ve seen or heard of torrents before now. Maybe you’ve seen it in the news regarding online piracy. But what exactly is a torrent?…

“Has Science Buried God?” A scientific take on religion

This past Tuesday evening, students and faculty gathered in Dina’s Place for a presentation from Christian apologetics group Ratio Christi. According to their website, ratiochristi.org,…

Humanity’s impact on the environment: Exactly how big is our ecological footprint?

Dalton Endowed Chair of Environmental Science and Studies Marsha Bollinger informed Winthrop students about humanity’s impact on the environment Thursday as a part of Winthrop’s…

Beating the odds: student battles autism

Diagnosed at age 7,  junior theater education major Jarrod Bennett was taken to various doctors who were unable to determine the cause of his symptoms,…

Stay in shape with efficient muscle-building strategies

It is the goal for most of the guys and a wish for the ladies: to lose the…

“Light It Up Blue”: Raising awareness for autism spectrum disorder (ASD)

On April 2, Winthrop showed its support for World Autism Awareness Day by participating in “Light it Up…

Winthrop hosts free hair donation event to aid chemotherapy patients

Winthrop student Meghan Jones hosted Locks for Love last Thursday in front of the Winthrop Bookstore. In this…

Winthrop University’s Psychology department aids Rock Hill’s school district in evaluating its pre-kindergarten programs

A class of Winthrop’s school psychology graduate students were recently recognized for their assistance in evaluating the Rock…

Study reveals that the human nose can recognize over 1 trillion different smells

A recent study by olfactory researchers at Rockefeller University and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) revealed that…

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