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Wofford’s Holden Wilder pitching. The Wofford baseball team has yet to lose a weekend series

Baseball team putting together historic season

Andrew Arends April 26, 2022

The Wofford baseball team is currently ranked for the first time ever in program history, sitting on an overall season record of 28-9 (6-0 SoCon) with a current eight game winning streak dating back to...

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Grayson McDowell has started a podcast to encourage K-12 to look into STEM careers.

Student hosts the “Out of the Lab Podcast”

Andrew Arends March 22, 2022

The “Out of the Lab Podcast” interviews local science professionals in the Spartanburg area. “With each guest, we discuss the particularities of their field and their path to their current career,”...

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One of the damaged exit signs in Shipp Residence Hall. Vandalism in Shipp has escalated this semester to the point of all residents receiving fines.

Ten exit signs destroyed in Shipp Hall during Interim 

Andrew Arends March 8, 2022

On Feb. 2, Seth Flanagan ’18, Residence Life Coordinator, sent an email regarding damaged exit signs in Shipp Hall. The email was a response to the ten exit signs that had been destroyed in the sophomore...

Photo by Anna Lee Hoffman.
Cassie Figuero ‘24 and Alec Schrader ‘24, creators of Campus Connections.

What is Campus Connections?

Andrew Arends February 22, 2022

Cassie Figuero ‘24 and Alec Schrader ‘24 are leading the way for student entrepreneurship at Wofford. Their website, Campus Connections, allows students to list their services and get hired by other...

Photo courtesy of Mark Olencki.
Lily Hatton ‘23 led the women’s basketball team scoring with 12 points in their opening game against College of Charleston.

Checking in with fall sports

Andrew Arends November 16, 2021

The 2021 fall semester at Wofford has been exponentially different from that of the last academic year. One of the biggest comebacks has been the ability to view sporting events. The football, volleyball,...

Tony White Theatre in the midst of construction. New renovatios are occuring the the hopes  of creating a new hub for student activities. Photo courtesy of Mark Olencki

What’s happening to Tony White?

Andrew Arends October 19, 2021

A peek inside the construction in the Mungo Student Center The Tony White Theater, located in the Mungo Student Center, has recently been undergoing massive cosmetic renovations. The theater, also...

The Hub City Farmers Market is open every Saturday from 8AM to 12PM. Photo courtesy of the Hub City Farmers Market website.

Taking the Wofford experience outside of 429 N. Church St.

Andrew Arends October 5, 2021

What Sparkle City has to offer Wofford students Wofford lies in the heart of downtown Spartanburg; however, many students may not know all that this city has to offer. From locally owned restaurants...

Yik Yak logo. The anonymous chat app has made a resurgence, particularly on college campuses, such as Wofford. Photo courtesy of

The return of YikYak

Andrew Arends September 21, 2021

A Wofford Gossip Girl? YikYak, the controversial app that got taken off app stores in April 2017 due to multiple schools banning it, has made its return. It has been nearly four years since the anonymous...

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