Kappa Delta Shamrock Pancake Dinner, All Are Welcome!

On Sunday March 26 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Kappa Delta Sorority will be hosting their annual pancake breakfast at Joe’s Java located on Sugartree Street in Wilmington. The menu consists of all you can eat pancakes, sausage and a drink. There will also be gifts to be raffled off with raffled tickets available for purchase. “We will be tabling in Pyle Center the week after spring break and selling the $5 pre-sale tickets.” – Maddie Fix, VP Community Service of Kappa Delta All pre-sale tickets can be purchased for…

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A New Way to Make Appointments to the Writing Center

The Wilmington College Writing Center is introducing a new way to make appointments. Students will be able to make appointments by visiting the Student Resource Center link on the WC@Home page. By making appointments this way the requested time slot will be sent directly to Judy Harvey, the director of the Writing Center. She will be able to promptly respond and confirm the appointment time. Students can still email the Writing Center to make an appointment. Harvey said, “The best session is when the student walks in with the assignment…

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SPECTRA Drag Show Coming Soon

Wilmington College (WC) SPECTRA will be hosting their bi-annual Drag SPECTRAcular on Wednesday, March 22 at 9:09 in the Top. WC Professor and Spectra Advisor, Bonnie Erwin said, “Drag is important to SPECTRA because of the role that this kind of performance played in early Pride movements, but it’s also important in academic theories of gender.” This is the largest Drag Show in WC “Herstory.” It will be hosted by Eris Grey, WC Alumni, who started the Drag Show. Nine queens performing including: Roxy Nikole, Cherry Poppins, Selena T. West,…

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Salsa Night, Organized by Greek Life and LSA

On Tuesday March 7, Lambda Chi Alpha and Phi Alpha Psi hosted salsa-dancing lessons at the McCoy room in the Kelly Center. The Latino Student Association who is seeking to spread the Hispanic and Latino culture around Wilmington’s campus made this event possible. This was an opportunity for Lambda Chi and Phi Alpha Psi to do something fun together and it was also a chance for the Latino Student Association to brand their organization on campus. “I thought it was fun. For the small group that it was, they were…

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WC Celebrates National Women’s History Month

March is National Women’s History Month, which is being celebrated by Wilmington College in an educational and entertaining way. The Office of Multicultural Affairs has events planned throughout the month for students, faculty and staff, and community members to attend. When describing the importance of Women’s History Month Chip Murdock, Director of Multicultural Affairs says, “It should make us all stop and appreciate the women close to us in our lives who invested so much into each and every one of us, for nothing on this earth can supplant the…

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Make the most of your Staycation!

Spring break is a time for students to have a well needed break from the stressful life that college brings. A time when tests and homework are not thought about, and relaxation is the only thing on the brain. The only problem with spring break is not knowing what to do with the free time. According to www.cw.ua.edu, the best things to do if you are spending spring break at home are: Take a break from technology Relax with no distractions from social media and the tv!   Find a…

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President Trump Issues a Revised Travel Ban

On Monday, March 6, President Trump issued a revised travel ban in order to remedy the legal issues that have befallen his original executive order. The order maintains a ninety-day restriction on the admission of nationals from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen into the United States. The revised order, however, lifts the travel restriction on Iraqi nationals. While the executive order requires that “additional scrutiny” should be allocated for Iraqi nationals before they are permitted to enter the United States, the order purports that “Iraq’s commitment to combat…

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Overview of Senior Blast Workshops

Over the next four weeks career services will be hosting a series of workshops for students who are on the cusp of entering the workforce. While the workshops were designed to equip seniors with the career oriented information they need before graduating, this series of workshops are applicable to all students. On March 2, the first workshop, “Career Toolkit,” presented an overview of the documents and concepts students need to have in their toolkit if they want to be successful in their job search. Nina Talley said that once these…

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15 Things You Can Do When You Lose Motivation Before Spring Break

Keep telling yourself it’s just a week you’ve made it this far why stop now? Make a checklist of remaining things to do to see how much (or little) you have left before those sweet spring break plans. Think of your consequences is it a big deal if you push off your reading or is it a big deal PRIORITIZE. Start small work your way up to big stuff. Take a deep breath you have a lot going on but a lot to look forward too. Work out. Have a friend…

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Senior Spotlight: Alisa Turner and Nikki Northern

Alisa Turner is from Detroit, Michigan where she graduated from W.e.b. Dubois Preparatory Academy. Alisa is majoring in Social Work with a minor is Psychology. While at Wilmington Alisa was a part of Chi Alpha and Grow Food Grow Hope. Alisa is currently a part of Black Student Initiative, is the Treasurer of Peace Corp Prep, and is the Cultural Chair of Activities Programming Board (APB). She works for the sexual assault hotline, the One on One program with Academic Services, and is a member of the Omicron Delta Kappa…

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