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The Witness Newspaper
  • Don’t Be Afraid to Get Dirty

    On your way to eat at the T.O.P. over the next couple of weeks, you will probably run into some familiar faces tabling in the Pyle Lobby. Of those familiar faces, you are sure to see the students involved in the Student Alumni Association (SAA) marketing a very familiar event for many students during Homecoming

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  • Senior Jake Ladendorf Receives OAC Defensive Player of the Week

    This past week, Wilmington College senior goalkeeper Jake Ladendorf was recognized as the Ohio Athletic Conference’s Defensive Player of the Week for men’s lacrosse. Ladendorf was given the award for games played between April 9-15, which included a stellar game against Heidelberg University on Friday, April 13. Ladendorf saved 28 of 37 shots against the

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  • WC Track and Field Competes in Atlanta

    The Wilmington College Men’s and Women’s Track and Field teams travelled to Atlanta, Georgia this past week to participate in the Emory Invitational, hosted by Emory University. The men’s team placed 10th out of 23 teams from across the country, and the women finished 14th overall. The men’s team placed 10th out of 23 teams

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  • Quakers Victorious on Senior Night

    Senior night had a happy ending for the four senior men’s basketball players on Wednesday night, as Wilmington defeated Capital 86-67 in a true team effort. The Quakers played in front of their largest home crowd of the year and got even with the Crusaders after losing by 14 earlier this season. Wilmington College honored

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  • Students Work Super Bowl LII Thanks to SPORTS Club

    photo: WC students in SPORTS Club and Sports Management before leaving for Minneapolis Last week I had the opportunity to be one of 18 Wilmington College students to work during the Super Bowl festivities in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The week was full of networking opportunities, unique job experiences, and increible events in which to take part.

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