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Winthrop students, faculty 'will make our voices heard' at Women's March on Washington

Nearly 50 women from Winthrop University or nearby communities will take a bus to Washington, D.C. this weekend to take part in the Women's March on Washington on Saturday. Thousands of women nationwide are mobilizing to "push for better" in regards to women's issues, including reproductive rights, LGBTQIA equality and more. Winthrop professor and department chair Jeannie Haubert talks about her role in this weekend's demonstration.

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Carowinds begins installing 'Electro-Spin' ride in Fort Mill

Construction crews at Carowinds in Fort Mill began installing one of four new rides at the amusement park's new County Fair area. The crew placed a 53,000 pound frame for the Electro-Spin ride, a "freely rotating orbit" ride with "floorless gondolas." The park will open on March 25.

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Winthrop students, faculty 'will make our voices heard' at Women's March on Washington

Nearly 50 women from Winthrop University or nearby communities will take a bus to Washington, D.C. this weekend to take part in the Women's March on Washington on Saturday. Thousands of women nationwide are mobilizing to "push for better" in regards to women's issues, including reproductive rights, LGBTQIA equality and more. Winthrop professor and department chair Jeannie Haubert talks about her role in this weekend's demonstration.
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Winthrop students, faculty 'will make our voices heard' at Women's March on Washington 2:00

Winthrop students, faculty 'will make our voices heard' at Women's March on Washington

Carowinds begins installing 'Electro-Spin' ride in Fort Mill 1:08

Carowinds begins installing 'Electro-Spin' ride in Fort Mill

York teacher wants students to see 'government at work' at inauguration 1:35

York teacher wants students to see 'government at work' at inauguration

Winthrop students commemorate MLK by serving Rock Hill's needy 2:20

Winthrop students commemorate MLK by serving Rock Hill's needy