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Friday, October 3                           

Thills & Chills: Winthrop Night at SCarowinds

 SCarowinds' Halloween Haunt, the most horrific Halloween event in the Carolinas! Join Winthrop DSU as we embark on a night of fright at the annual event.


Cost includes entrance into the park, 
t-shirt and round-trip transportation. 

Where: Carowinds Amusement Park 
When: 8 p.m.
Price:$25 with Fall Pass; $30 with out Pass


Co-sponsored by the Office of Student Activities

 Timmons Brothers

Saturday, October 4                  Cultural Event Logo web                                       
Timmon's Brothers Rock 'n' Roll Trivia 

The show is a non-competitive activity where the audience can be as active as they want or they can be spectators and absorb the fun. Although not yet on TV, audience members typically leave the show praising the dynamic energy of the brothers and the fun atmosphere of a game show and request the show should be on TV. This is your chance to see it live.

Where: Richardson Ballroom 
8 p.m.
Price:$5 w/Winthrop ID; $10 for Public;
FREE with Fall pass! 

* FREE with Family Day name tag



Rudy Currence

Tuesday, October 7 Free Button smallCultural Event Logo web                           

Question Bridge: the Black Male Blueprint  Discussion Featuring Singer/Songwriter Rudy Currence 

What are the pressing issues facing black males today? This panel discussion responds to an urgent question that a young participant in the Question Bridge: Black Males exhibition posed to an elder: “Why didn’t you leave us a blueprint?” Local community leaders from grassroots groups to government organizations will lead a multigenerational dialogue with the audience on the issues that need to be addressed and the strategies needed to move forward.

This event will also feature an opening performance from recording artist Rudy Currence. This triple threat singer-songwriter musician, producer has become what his fans can only summarize as an experience and seeing is believing. After hearing the soulful voice, it’s obvious that Rudy was raised singing gospel music. The son of a Pastor and native of Rock Hill, SC, Rudy like many of the legendary performers before him perfected his craft while playing and singing in church.

Where: Dina's Place
When: 7 p.m.
Price: FREE!

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Thursday, October 9                  Free Button small 

Cupcake Bar                                          

Stop by the Campus Center lobby and decorate your own cupcake with different types of delicious toppings. 

Where: DIGS Lobby
When: 11 a.m.
Price: FREE!



Cindy Kaza

Thursday, October 23          

Medium Cindy Kaza               

Cindy Kaza is a clairvoyant (clear seeing), clairaudient (clear hearing) and clairsentient (clear feeling) who works across the country as an evidential medium. Evidential mediumship is a style of mediumship practiced around the world that puts heavy weight on the medium’s ability to bring through extremely specific evidence to the sitter. This evidence can include, but is certainly not limited to, names, personality traits, physical ailments, favorite past times, and phrases often used by loved ones in spirit. The purpose of this style of mediumship is to diminish skepticism among sitters and to prove that the medium is truly connecting with the client’s loved ones in spirit.

Where: Dina's Place
8 p.m.
Price: $5 w/Winthrop ID; $10 for Public;
FREE with Fall pass!

 G Yamazawa

Friday, October 24                    Cultural Event Logo web

A Night of Poetry with Spoken Word Arists G Yamazawa & Jinahie 

At 22 years old, G. Yamazawa is widely considered one of the top young spoken word artists in the country. Born in Durham, NC and raised in a Buddhist household, G is a Kundiman Fellow, National Poetry Slam Finalist, two-time Southern Fried Champion, two-time Individual World Poetry Slam Finalist, and ranked 2nd at the Ontario International Poetry Slam.

Jinahie is an extraordinarily gifted, 20 year old Egyptian-American spoken word poet. She has had the unique opportunity to share the stage with Grammy-nominated artists such as John Mayer, The Roots, Common, Smokey Robinson, Mos Def and Talib Kweli. In addition, she has graced some of the most revered stages such as the Nokia Theater, Kennedy Center, as well as feature spots on BET’s Lyric Cafe and had the privilege of performing for Michelle Obama during the Pulitzer Prize winning play ‘Ruined.

Where: Dina's Place
8 p.m.
Price: $5 w/Winthrop ID; $10 for Public;
FREE with Fall pass!


 Speak About It

Wednesday, October 29            Free Button small

Speak About It

When Speak About It was first performed at Bowdoin College in 2009, the students and staff involved realized that it was something truly special. Just five years later, the show has given rise to the incorporation of Speak About It, Inc. and helped to change the conversation about consent and healthy relationships on more than 26 college and high school campuses across the country. The following timeline provides a summary of that journey from the first performance to the present day, making note of some of the major events and key players who have made our growth and success possible.

Where: Tillman Auditorium 
8 p.m.
Price: FREE!


Matt Beilis

Thursday, October 30                Free Button small    

Open Mic Night with Singer/Songwriter Matt Beilis                                         

New Yorker Matt Beilis was born with his distinct voice. Some would say it's unconventional, which would fit the personality of this singer/songwriter/pianist. Matt traded in his Ivy League education along with a lucrative finance career--for a gig in a piano store, betting that his artistic talents would propel him beyond the comfort that his academic achievements all but guaranteed. 

Where: The Edge
When: 8 p.m.
Price: FREE!



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DiGiorgio Student Union
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Rock Hill, SC 29733, USA
803/323-4514 (fax)
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