September 2016


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#StayWokeAndVote

As the Black Lives Matter movement occupied Tillman Hall in protest on Wednesday during the day, another important issue was discussed Wednesday night. In McBride Hall, The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People…



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Winthrop tunes into first presidential debate

Dina’s Place was packed with Winthrop students Monday night for the First Presidential Debate Watch Party. The debate was a 90-minute commercial-free event, streamed live from CNNgo at Hofstra University in New York City. The…


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How to submit an absentee ballot

As college students, it is hard to get out and vote. Many of us live at least an hour away, if not more. Others do not even live in South Carolina. Election day is November…


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Mouthwatering Puerto Rican recipes

September 15- October 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month. To celebrate the hispanic culture, here are some recipes to some very popular Puerto Rican dishes: Arroz con Gandules and Tostones. Arroz con Gandules (Rice with Pigeon…


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How do you define YOUR blackness?

How Do You Define YOUR Blackness was a panel discussion event held in Whitton Auditorium on Monday September 26. The Society of Black Consciousness And Subversion wanted to have a conversation to define blackness from…



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Students react to Brock Turner case

On January 28, 2015, Brock Turner, an ex-student swimmer at Stanford University, was found on top of an unconscious woman behind a dumpster. He was indicted on five charges including rape of an unconscious and…


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Visible says prayer for 9/11 victims

September 11,  2001 will always go down as one of the most traumatic events in America history. It will be remembered as the day 2,977 lives were lost and over 6,000 were injured in the…