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Ms. Cathy works at Burwell for breakfast. Students enjoy her crepes and
omelets. Her love for students goes beyond the average faculty member.
Photo by Caroline Parker

Ms. Cathy set to retire at the end of the fall semester

Contributing Writer December 15, 2022

By Caroline Parker As the fall semester comes to a close, students know change is approaching with new classes, friends and experiences. However, change not only affects students, but the entire Wofford...

Photo by Anna Lee Hoffman
The Mary Black Rail Trail’s downtown extension is currently under construction. This extension could bring safer runs to Wofford athletes.

Will the Mary Black Rail Trail extension keep cross country runners safe?

Cameron Carsten November 29, 2022

Cross country athletes at Wofford College have to use surrounding Spartanburg trails for many different athletic training, including long runs and “easy run days” where they practice distance instead...

Photo by Brandi Wylie
Students write thank-you notes to donors outside of the Main Building on Tuesday, Nov. 1.

Gratitude and grant for Wofford’s first annual “Day of Thanks”

Katie Kirk November 29, 2022

The Wofford community is an elaborate network of individuals united together through the appreciation of a liberal arts education.  Wofford alumni and other donors are a monumental piece of this...

Photo courtesy of Sarah Adcock.

Gamma Psi goes gold: Delta Delta Delta raises money for St. Jude during first ever gold week

Katie Kirk November 29, 2022

The Gamma Psi chapter of Delta Delta Delta, also known as Tri Delta, at Wofford College highlighted their philanthropy toward St. Jude’s Children Hospital during the week of Nov. 7-11. The organization...

Photo courtesy of Wofford Archives
Walter K. Greene, namesake of Greene Hall, the oldest dorm on campus.

The names you know, the history you don’t: A look at the dorms still standing

Contributing Writer November 29, 2022

By Aiden Lockhart, contributing writer Not so much by policy, but just by practice, (Wofford has) often named residence halls after former presidents as a way of honoring their presidential service,”...

Photo by Anna Lee Hoffman
A new change in pace with the arrival of a new business to sponsor Terrier Bucks for students on the go. Moe’s BBQ has signed its contract with AVI and Wofford.

Wofford suspends Terrier Bucks contract of Spartanburg’s local business, Monarch Café and Fresh Food Store

Gabby Gecan November 29, 2022

According to Campus Union President Thomas Cuttino ‘23, as the first semester comes to a close at Wofford College, much is coming and many bills are being passed through Campus Union.  “The...

Photo courtesy of Ticketmaster.

How many of the 2000+ people in line ahead of you for Taylor Swift tickets were Wofford students? 

Brandi Wylie November 16, 2022

Taylor Swift has made her presence known on Wofford’s campus. Not in the form of a Spring Concert or organized fan club, but in her Eras Tour TaylorSwiftTix Presale.  “This is my first...

Photo from the Back-to School Bash. Photo by Sophie Broome.

Life between the tolls: cancer diagnosis and community

Katie Kirk September 27, 2022

At Convocation held on Sept. 1, Wofford’s chaplain, Ron Robinson, reminded us of the tolls of the bell. The bell will toll once for each student on the first day of class and once more upon their...

The newly renovated Terrier Supply Closet off the main hallway of the second
floor in the Mungo Student center. Photo by Anna Lee Hoffman.

Terriers giving back in style for the new year

Gabby Gecan September 27, 2022

Upon the arrival of the new school year, alumni and Terrier Club donors were among the many who wanted to lend a hand to the students, athletes and faculty at Wofford. Deputy Athletic Director...

The front of the Fretwell outdoor recreational space to be used for serving local
food trucks. Photo by Cameron Carsten.

Don’t fret, Fretwell is here

Cameron Carsten September 27, 2022

Spartanburg has seen a lot of growth in recent years, and that growth has begun to expand outside of the downtown area. One of these new developments, overlooking Spartanburg’s Mary Black Rail Trail,...

OG&Bs 2022-2023 editorial team; (L to R) Brandi Wylie, Julia Allen, and Madeline Brewer. Photo by Anna Lee Hoffman.

A Fortnight in the life of OG&B

Madeline Brewer September 27, 2022

A fortnight, for those only familiar with the video game, is a period of two weeks. Though you’ve probably run into only a handful of instances in your life where you needed to schedule something...

Delia Patel delivering a package to a student. Patel, Wofford’s Postal Manger for the last 26 years, is well-known for her
kindness, hard work and personability. Photo by Anna Lee Hoffman.

Ms. Patel: a campus comfort

McAlpin Ott September 27, 2022

Ask any Wofford student about Delia Patel, Wofford’s Postal Manager, and you are sure to get a glowing grin. Patel has been the Postal Manager at Wofford since 1996. Twenty-six years later, she...

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