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Peace Resource Center’s innovative digital exhibit creates awareness about nuclear disarmament

photo: Barbara Reynolds (middle), founder of PRC, at Peace Pilgrimage Given renewed concerns regarding the use of nuclear weapons by the United States and other foreign powers, the need to educate the public about the consequences of nuclear weapons is again at the forefront. The Peace Resource Center (PRC) at Wilmington College, driven by its mission to share the stories of Hiroshima and Nagasaki a-bomb survivors and the nonviolent legacies of nuclear disarmament activists is expanding its historical archives into innovative online digital exhibits that will be available to the…

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The Art of Service: The Quake 2016

by guest writer Megan Canfield [dropcap]O[/dropcap]n Saturday April 23 from 11:30- 4:00, the Service Leader Executive Board will be hosting the 23rd annual Quake. This community service project is an opportunity for our college to mobilize a large number of students to serve many different organizations in town all at once. Historically, this event has drawn anywhere from 50 to 150 volunteers as this is the last service event of the school year. Since we group together teams of volunteers to go out into the community, this is a perfect…

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