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  • Wingate is the Last Stop on the Wingate University Singers and Chamber Choir Tour
    The Wingate University Singers and Chamber Choir will travel to five North Carolina cities this month before concluding their annual Winter Tour on the campus in Wingate. The vocal ensembles begin the tour in Raleigh on Feb. 21. Other performances are scheduled in Winston-Salem, Wilmington, Wilson and Gastonia. The final concert will be Thursday, Feb. […]
  • English Professor Inspires Students to Find Life-Changing “Spots in Time”
    From her office in the Burris Building, Dr. Sylvia Little-Sweat has an impressive view of two of Wingate University’s most notable landmarks: Stegall Administration Building and The Old Well Spring. The English professor also has a bird’s-eye view of much of the University’s history. She’s been on campus as a student or instructor for the […]
  • WU Grad Named President of Global Marketing Firm
    Tyson Webber loves many aspects of his job, but one of the best perks is going to huge events: the Olympics, the Final Four, the Super Bowl. “You don’t always get to see the event,” he says. “Though you’re working, the passion that goes along with those events is remarkable. Getting to do a number […]


Blueprints for Building Better Girls

January 5th, 2012 by Christy Inge in Announcements, Friends of the Library

Elissa SchappellThe Friends of the Ethel K. Smith Library and Wingate University Writing Center invite you to join Author Elissa Schappell on January 12th at 6:30 p.m. in the Batte Center Recital Hall.

Ms Schappell currently teaches at New York University, Brooklyn College, and the low-residency MFA program at Queens University in Charlotte, North Carolina. She will discuss her newest book, Blueprints for Building Better Girls, answer questions, and sign books. Ms Schappell is also the author of Use Me and the co-editor of The Friend Who Got Away and Money Changes Everything. She is also a contributing editor to Vanity Fair and a founding editor of Tin House magazine.

Reservations are not required for this free event and Lyceum credit will be offered.  For more information, please contact Christy Inge at 704.233.8091.



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