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The Witness Newspaper
  • It’s a Mad World

    On August 29, Nicolin Haines had an art gallery opening in the Harcum Art Gallery at Wilmington College to display his collection of pieces titled “Madnormality.” Haines has been making art in all forms since 2010, but it was not until his sophomore year of college that he realized clay was his calling. In Haines’

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  • Out of Luck Saving a Buck?

    YAY! We are finally back for another year of school, and as we all know… college is expensive. Sometimes it is difficult to manage money – our impulses get the best of us, and we are continuously “treating ourselves.” So, to help everyone out… below are a list of fantastic college discounts and some easy

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  • What Time is it? Summertime! We’re on Staycation!

    An increasingly popular and fun vacation is the stay-at-home-vacation or the “staycation.” Staycation is a fancy term for spending your time off at home. As college students, we work all summer to save for the upcoming school year; however, we need a break, and we definitely like to have fun. Below are ten things to do

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  • Taking Extra Steps to Make Students Feel Safer and Empowered

    There was a self-defense class on April 24 from 5-7 in the QRC gym. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and Wilmington College has been hosting various events to spread awareness on the topic. In today’s society, it is beneficial to know how to defend yourself against an attacker. Karmiela White said, “I felt like

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  • Security Camera Debate Occurring Among Students

    Recently there has been a string of vandalism toward student cars on campus. Many students are adamant that the college needs to put up security cameras pointed toward parking lots. Student posts on the WC app have even led President Jim to join the conversation. The original post by Tylor Cooper sparked the debate.  

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  • Sometimes It’s Okay to Skip

    Two weeks ago, I did something that I’m entirely against… skipping class and showing up late to work. I have skipped four classes in my two years as a student at WC. I have never understood the students who can skip class after class in good conscience. However, I concluded that skipping would not kill

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  • Sliver of Liver: A Story about Donating Life

    April: The start of Spring, sunshine, Easter, and National Donate Life Month. National Donate Life Month is a time of awareness on how great an impact donors can have on the lives of families awaiting transplant. In 2016, more than 33,600 transplants brought renewed life to patients and their families and communities (from 9,900 deceased

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  • Student Alumni Association Looking for Members

    Photo: Mentor lunch held by SAA The Student Alumni Association (SAA) at Wilmington College (WC) is a group that focuses on connections between students and alumni. SAA is working on a new way to connect students with alumni. They are doing this by having a “mentor lunch,” Mathew Perry, president of SAA explained this was

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  • The 5 Most Important APA Tips for College Papers

    In high school we were all taught how to write in MLA format. However, certain college classes will require you to write in APA format which goes against everything you think you know about citations and format. Title Page You need a title page for your paper that will include your running header at the

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  • 5 MLA Mistakes College Students Still Make

    In college, students typically write formal papers in MLA format, which is a style most people used in high school. However, we still tend to make mistakes and second guess ourselves on the details of the format. Titles The titles of short works like sonnets, short poems, songs, chapters, and short stories are usually placed

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