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The lights on Old Main turned pink during the month of March as an homage to the women on campus. These lights have been used to celebrate the LGBT+ community, Black History Month and many other groups and holidays through- out this year. Photo by Natalie Aversano.

The Women That Make Wofford

Elizabeth Taylor April 1, 2021

The college came together to celebrate Women’s History Month During the month of March, Wofford’s faculty, staff and students have had the pleasure of celebrating the women who make a difference...

Wofford student Hannah Sterling not only runs her own online business, but finds time to take professional photos. She makes spots all over Spartanburg and South Carolina her very own studio. Photo courtesy of Hannah Sterling.

The (startup business) Girl Next Door

Elizabeth Taylor March 2, 2021

Young entrepreneur balances classes and breaking into the corporate world, one sale at a time Ever wonder what some of your classmates do in their spare time? Well, if they’re like sophomore Hannah...

Amanda Gorman recites her inaugural poem, The Hill We Climb, during the 59th Presidential Inauguration ceremony in Washington, Jan. 20, 2021. President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris took the oath of office on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol. Photo courtesy of Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Carlos M. Vazquez II

The Voice Of The Change To Come

Elizabeth Taylor February 17, 2021

Youngest inaugural poet signifies the potential and poise in the next generation The world watched a few weeks ago as the youngest inaugural poet in United States history took her time on the stage...

Joe Biden meets with the Wofford community in 2020. Photo courtesy of Mark Olenki.

A Change Of Pace For DC

Elizabeth Taylor February 3, 2021

Terrier alumni discuss the tumult and changes before, during, and after the presidential inauguration  The last four years in our nation’s capital have been filled with their ups and downs... and...

A live musical performance by alumni William Randall on Wofford’s campus, pre COVID-19. Photo courtesy of Mark Olencki.

Wofford Wrapped

Elizabeth Taylor January 19, 2021

Students share their go-to music as a new semester begins Despite the insanity that the year 2020 brought the world, some things were able to remain delightfully the same. Among those things is the...

A student reading in the library.

Read All About It

Elizabeth Taylor November 24, 2020

How this generation’s pursuit of information has evolved with and beyond the paper copy Midway through a semester of the COVID-19 version of college, some students may be searching for a way to take...

Rett Russel ‘22, outside linebacker for Wofford College, photo by Mark Olenki.

COVID-19 Season Kickoff

Elizabeth Taylor November 17, 2020

How Wofford sports will be adjusting in spring 2021 As comes with the territory of this COVID-19 school year, the world of sports has had to make some significant adjustments in both scheduling and...

The Fifteen Percent Pledge seeks to have companies have their shelves be more reflective of America’s demographics.

The Fifteen Percent Pledge

Elizabeth Taylor October 20, 2020

The impact one vow could have on Black-owned businesses in America After a summer of racial unrest, Aurora James, founder of sustainable accessories brand Brother Vellies, has created a tangible way...

Wofford’s flag behind Old Main at half staff in remembrance of the nation’s second female Supreme Court judge.

Remembering RBG

Elizabeth Taylor October 6, 2020

Reflecting on the life of a public servant and moving forward with action Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away on Sept. 18, 2020, leaving behind a legacy that consistently highlighted the immense power...

The Office of International Programs at Wofford

Christmas In July? Try Interim In April

Elizabeth Taylor September 24, 2020

Wofford’s adjustments to the academic calendar due to COVID-19  One of the best things about choosing a school like Wofford is getting the opportunity to leave it. Let me explain.   As...

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