Episode 31 of Wingate Today features – Hooding ceremony honors 52 PA grads. WU Hendersonville students receive grant to focus on improving oral health care in western North Carolina. Doctor of Physical Therapy faculty and staff serve at Union County Christmas Bureau. WU students help Operation Christmas Child. Wingate University tree lighting in the Quad. Cheerleaders brighten patients’ lives at local hospital. Highlights from 62nd annual Union County Christmas Parade. Town of Wingate breaks ground on $2.6 million government center. Sporting clays tournament raises money for the annual fund. Author, speaker Sam Wazan shares with audiences about radicalism. WU supports Union County Education Foundation. Local fifth graders get first-hand look at college life on Future Bulldog Day. Women’s basketball coach Ann Hancock recognized for 200 career wins. University unveils and dedicates Woodall Family Sports Medicine Center. Five new inductees in the Wingate University Sports Hall of Fame. School of Sport Sciences professor John Acquaviva interviews “Rudy.” Art and English departments team up on portrait project. Ethel K. Smith Library receives gift from Daughters of the American Revolution. WU music department achieves new heights. Wingate University’s TV magazine show runs 30 minutes.