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Volume 8 

  • Issue 11 -  A group of students and faculty members traveled in May to see the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial that honors U.S. soldiers who died in Europe during World War II; President's Opening Address; Greenville Event Planned for Alumni Association's New President on Aug. 28; Former Congressman Spratt to Become Visiting Lecturer for West Forum; Young Alum Establishes Fund for Winthrop's Golf Program; Opening Fall Galleries Exhibitions Explore Space and Form; Planned Giving Donors to be Honored with Wall; MWE Profile - Rebecca Toor; Winthrop Student-Athletes Capture Kallander Cup for Third Straight Year (August 18, 2011)  

  • Issue 10 -  Three undergraduates helped commemorate the 125th anniversary of Winthrop by holding up a 1, 2 and 5 in the moments before they walked out on the floor of the Winthrop Coliseum; Debra Boyd Appointed as Acting VP for Academic Affairs; Pinnacle Awards Given to Alumni and Others; Chemistry Professor Nick Grossoehme Receives Grant for Emerging Scientists; City Unveiled Student-Created Bike Racks on May 7; MWE - Kambrell Garvin; Winthrop Names Julie Torbett New Volleyball Head Coach (May 25, 2011) 

  • Issue 9 -  Marlessa Southern, a special education major graduating in May, submitted the winning photograph for the Comporium Communications photography contest.; Readiness Initiative Sets Winthrop's Course For Both "New Normal" and "New Future"; Hardin Gardens Formally Dedicated; Student Researchers Share Project Results at Poster Show; NASPE Honored Stevie Chepko at Convention in California; Debbie and Eddie Szeman; Stollings Introduced as Winthrop Head Women's Basketball Coach (April 27, 2011) 

  • Issue 8 - The "23rd Annual Undergraduate Juried Exhibition" is a collection of works by student-artists that covers a wide variety of disciplines, including drawing, painting, jewelry/metals, sculpture, photography, ceramics, printmaking, graphic and interior design and illustrations; Winthrop Poll: Mike Huckabee First Choice Among Probable GOP Primary Voters; Why Combine ARC and Homecoming?; Egyptian Professor Mohammed el-Nawawy from Queens Will Share Insights into His Native Country's Revolt; Prominent Alumna Cece Stewart Commits Leadership Gift; LaKeisha Myers; Medal of Honor in the Arts Recognizes Five Recipients (March 23, 2011)

  • Issue 7 - A reaccreditation team from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools will review Winthrop's Global Learning Initiative this spring; West Forum to Bring Clyburn and Mulvaney to Campus; Help Winthrop Alumni Go Green; Mass Communication Professor Patwardhan Chosen as Thompson Scholar; "Once Upon a Mattress" Puts New Spin on Classic Fairy Tale; Daniel Strokis; NCAA President Emmert Said NCAA Helps Student-Athletes with Life Skills (February 17, 2011)  

  • Issue 6 - Fives inches of snow and ice prevented Winthrop students from attending the first three days of spring semester classes; Memorial Service for Sports Pioneer Mary Roland Griffin on Jan. 21; Homecoming and ARC Coming Together in 2011; Dwight Dimaculangan Appointed Director of Office of Undergraduate Research; Estate Gift to Provide Scholarships for Winthrop Students; Henry Kalungi; NCAA President Will Give Keynote Speech for Jan. 21 Teams of Distinction Dinner (January 21, 2011) 

  • Issue 5 - Winthrop's Southern magnolia took on new adornment this year when it was designated the 2010 Heritage Tree; South Carolina Receives $16 Million to Improve Biomedical Research; Free WU Holiday Print to 2010 Recurring Gift Donors; Janet Gray Selected as Kinard Award Recipient; Silverman Tapped for Inaugural Palmer Professorship; MWE - Thomas Haggai; Random Act of Culture at SouthPark Mall Features Winthrop Alumnus; Winthrop Downs Jacksonville 73-66 in a Key Non-Conference Battle (December 10, 2010)  

  • Issue 4 - President Anthony DiGiorgio and wife, Gale, posed with freshmen gathered on the Byrnes lawn for a keepsake photograph for the university's 125th year; Winthrop's Magnolia Tree Selected as 2010 Heritage Tree; Free WU Holiday Print to 2010 Recurring Gift Donors; International Education Week Events Begin Nov. 15; Broadcast Faculty Member Recognized for Contributions; MWE Zach Curry; Time-lapse Video of the DIGs; Women's Lacrosse Team to Be Fielded by 2012 (November 18, 2010)  

  • Issue 3 - Karaoke was a new activity during Family Weekend, held Oct. 1-2; Common Book Author Bill Strickland Challenges Students to Get Involved; 2010 Arts Ball to Raise Funds for Schools Affected by Hurricane Katrina; York County CROP Walk Set for Oct. 24 at Dinkins Hall; Help Name the Alumni Online Community; Professor Gary Stone Given National Award for Economics Education; ESPN Jay Bilas Will Be Keynote Speaker for 2010 Tip-Off Dinner (October 21, 2010

  • Issue 2 - Students helped an elementary-aged student make crafts as part of the Common Book Service Project on Aug. 28; Federal and State Grants Boost Public Service Outreach; Department of Music to Host Concert Marking Faculty Member's 50th Birthday; Family Weekend Set for Oct. 1-2; Fall Phonathon Under Way in September; Richardson Scholarship Recipient Recognized During Convocation; Men's and Women's Cross Country Team Finish Second at WCU Catamount Invitational; Eddie Lee 125th speech (September 16, 2010)

  • Issue 1 -Graduate student Leslie Burch and biology professor Bill Rogers perform research on the Tahuayo River in Peru; Winthrop Opens 125th Year By Planning for Next 125; Ceramics Professor's Work Shown in Columbia Museum of Art Exhibition; History Faculty Member to Reflect on Winthrop's 125 Years During Convocation; Professional Development, Partner Schools Chosen for NetSCOPE Education Grant; AARP Scholarship Winner Wendy Adams; Tom Riginos Promises to Build Program as Winthrop's New Baseball Coach (August 2010)