Episode 27 of Wingate Today features – Jerry E. McGee, North Carolina’s longest-serving college president, retires after 23 years at Wingate University. WU names Rhett Brown its 10th president. Town of Wingate renames former Camden Road the McGee Promenade. Classroom dedicated to Miss Mamie Monroe, Jerry McGee’s first grade teacher at Roberdell Elementary School. Eight long-time faculty/staff members retire from WU. Former Cannon Textile Engineering Building named for David and Esperanza Neu. Dedication of the Cynthia LeGette Bullock Center for Music Studies. Stadium mezzanine named in memory of alumnus John Hammond. Students blow off steam at the KAr Bash. Holi Festival celebration. Bulldog Battleship in WU Natatorium. SpringGate Concert 2015. Ex-Rep. Robin Hayes donates congressional papers to WU. Community newspaper The Home News marks one year anniversary under WU ownership. Groundbreaking for new health sciences building at WU Hendersonville. Open review of Doctor of Physical Therapy’s cadaver lab. Derreck Kayongo, founder of Global Soap Project. Men of Valor: Mentoring the next generation. Profile of two Bulldog athletes named to Allstate Good Works Team: Jasmine DeBerry and Eric Mapoles. Wingate’s Relay for Life. Lightwire Theater entertains audiences. Tribute to Jerry E. McGee. Wingate University’s TV magazine show runs 30 minutes.