Imagine a summer painting that is full of color and bright lines. Now imagine that same painting but you know that the artist painted it at his rock bottom. Was […]
CIFC Staff Dr. Chad Chisholm, professor of English and Director of the Carolina Institute for Faith and Culture, has published a collection of his essays, Requiems and Reveries: Essays on Language, […]
This is our second newscast from our new Digital Media Center!
This is our first newscast in our new studio. It is completely produced by SWU Media Comm Students.
Audrey Rochester The Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States is an American offshoot of the Church of England, which was started by Henry VIII in 1534. Those who adhere […]
By Quinton Bent On Monday November 26, 2018, I had the privilege of bringing Dr. Stubblefield in to talk to our Possessional writing class about the importance of editing and […]
CIFC Staff Joseph Pearce is a well-known English writer from London. He is currently the Senior contributor for The Imaginative Conservative and the Senior Editor at the Augustine Institute for the […]
Ben Wyant In many contemporary churches today, traditional liturgy has fallen out of use in favor of a more modern style of worship and fellowship. One reason this may be […]
Dynestee Fields, Andy Cole “SWU students experience Greece,” proclaims the header of the brief article gracing Southern Wesleyan University’s website. Although the words do their subject justice, they are merely […]
Amanda Platz, Marshall Tankersley There aren’t many people you can tell are English-loving individuals, but Dr. Virginia “Britt” Terry is one such person. With her willowy figure and piercing eyes, you […]
Audrey Rochester, Shawndre’ Young Stuart-Bennett Hall has historical significance for the University. Initially called McDonald Hall, the building opened in 1941 as an all-girls dormitory. At the time McDonald Hall […]
Ben Wyant, Lyssa Henry When prompted with the task of finding someone cool at Southern Wesleyan University to talk about, the choice was clear. The decision was easy. “You know […]