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Recipe: Cheesy bacon dip

When it comes to homecoming and tailgating, many people go in for the drinks, desserts, pizza, hotdogs or chicken wings. But another thing to have some fun with this homecoming while people are tailgating before…

Photo courtesy of Kareem Wilson | Italian student Francesco Tiozzo typically does not celebrate Thanksgiving, but he said he will spend it with his friends this year.

Around the world for turkey day

Thanksgiving is often considered the most American of holidays as it is a feast to show thanks and gratitude for the past year with family and friends. Typically involving meals such as pumpkin pie, cranberry…

Photo courtesy of Joy King | OGX products have ingredients that are beneficial to protect, hydrate, and nourish natural hair.

Top five natural hair products

Returning to natural from the chemicals in perms can be an exciting time, but it is also a time where many questions arise on what is best for your hair. Below is a list of…

Photo courtesy of Alyssa Washington | Freshman Jada Sarratt’s grandparents are both cancer survivors and she believes awareness is very important to the treatment of cancer.

Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month

November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness month. The pancreas is an organ that lies behind the stomach and creates cells with both digestive and hormonal functions. Pancreatic cancer typically goes unnoticed until the latest stages of…

Photo courtesy of Emelyne Henderson | Homecoming is a time for students and alumni to reconnect and spend time together.


Homecoming season at Winthrop has arrived, and campus will be buzzing with alumni and students participating in activities and events to show some eagle pride. Winthrop sets up some events, and the students create their…

Photo courtesy of Louise Pettus Archives | Delores Johnson with classmate Ruth Reed in 1968.

Winthrop: History of Integration

1901-1902 — One of the earliest recorded Mexican students, Douglas Grayhill, who was originally from Nuevo Leon, attended Winthrop. Hispanic students were considered white upon admission, making it difficult to track the first Hispanic student…

Photo courtesy of Shawana Miller | Homecoming week is a time for students and alumni to reunite, wear their best outfits, and enjoy activities such as the events throughout the week, parties, tailgate, stepshow, and more.


Homecoming week is officially here and what students will see is the population of African-American students at Winthrop talking more and more about something we like to call Rock Hill State University (RHSU). Being at…

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Freshmen Corner: ACAD 101

How do some of our freshmen feel about the mandatory introductory class, ACAD 101? Click the link below to read more! Freshmen Corner: ACAD 101

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Hispanics who don’t speak Spanish

I am one of the few hispanics who don’t speak spanish. According to Pew Research, the amount of Hispanics that speak Spanish at home is 73 percent, which is down from 78 percent in 2000….