Photo courtesy of Zuri Anderson | Tyrone B. Hayes, Ph.D, believes that one has a duty to act when they learn something important about the welfare of others, such as atrazine exposure to minority workers and communities.

The atrazine and the frog

Biologist shares how his childhood love for frogs led to the discovery of an environmental injustice   Winthrop invited Tyrone B. Hayes, an integrative biology professor at the University of California at Berkeley, to Dina’s…



Photo courtesy of Alexis Oliver | The options for ethnic haircare is lacking in local stores such as Was-Mart.

Are the Ethnic hair aisles necessary?

For many years now, the aisle that you shop on for your hair products has been dictated by the color of your skin or your ethnicity. People of different ethnicities should not be bound to…


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Freshmen Corner: Campus Parking

To find a parking spot or not to find a parking spot, that is the question here at Winthrop. Even though there are various spaces and lots around campus for parking, students often find themselves…



Photo courtesy of Zuri Anderson | Tadean Page, a senior individualized studies major, maintains his life as an active student on campus and an entrepreneur by planning and keeping himself organized.

Bringing a vision to life

Sitting on a stack of binders in senior Tadean Page’s office is a black cap with the phrase “Legalize Black” knitted in. Bleached blotches decorate his cap stylishly, a product of his line of T-shirts…


Graphic courtesy of Asiah Fulmore.

Bringing back “The L Word”

  Showtime is coming back with a new reboot of the television show that was wildly dramatic during its first run during the 2000s, “The L Word.” Many people felt that “The L Word” ended…


Graphic courtesy of DeAunna Riley.

Attire for the classroom

Many disagreements arise when someone feels that they are right while an opposing opinion believes they are also right. Students, professors, and faculty members often find themselves arguing about what they believe is appropriate and…