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The Witness Newspaper
  • How to Save Your Semester. Starting Today.

    Ah, January. It’s a new semester on the Wilmington College campus. Classes have just begun and your GPA is still a shining beacon of hope. Life is good. You deserve for life to be so good! Remember how stressed out you were last fall? Finals, cramming, drinking gallon after gallon of coffee just to make

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  • Being Single Doesn’t Have to Suck

    Raise your hand if you, as a single person, have been personally victimized by the fall weather. That’s right. Fall is here. The weather is getting chilly, the boots have made their annual reappearance and everyone just wants to drink cider and watch scary movies. It’s an inherently cuddly time of year. Exciting, right? Every

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  • Why College Students Have to Stop Taking the L

    [dropcap]I[/dropcap] love Twitter. Anyone who knows me knows how much I love Twitter. I think the rise of the 140 character joke is literally generation-defining. Twitter has given antijokes and dark humor a whole new playground… and our generation is so here for it. But for every pro there must be an equal and opposite

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  • Freshie Fix: Going, Going, Gone… Green

    [dropcap]B[/dropcap]eing a college student is a good excuse to do a lot of irresponsible things. Wear your pajamas to class? Who cares, you’re in college! Eat mac and cheese for breakfast? Do it, you’re in college! Stay up all night cramming instead of studying when you were supposed to? Just part of the college experience!

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  • Spring Lobby Trip: An Inside Look

    [dropcap]T[/dropcap]here are two things in life that you can always count on being worse than you ever imagined: public speaking and charter buses. I knew this before signing up for the WC Spring Lobby Trip. I also knew that this trip would probably entail both of those things. Yet I still allowed my professors and

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  • Freshie Fix: Valentine’s Day

    [dropcap]V[/dropcap]alentine’s Day is just around the corner. For some, that means excitement and romance. For others, it means one more day to get through before you can get some seriously marked down Ferrero Rocher. Either way, love is in the air. Here’s how to make your on-campus Valentine’s Day count.  Don’t only celebrate if you’re

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  • Wilmington Has No Chill

    [dropcap]B[/dropcap]aby, it’s cold outside. Like, leaving A/P is so miserable I want to cry except I don’t want to risk my tears freezing to my face. Okay, so maybe your tears won’t actually freeze, but it’s still cold enough that it’s important to wrap up warm before you brave the cross-campus journey. Here are a

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  • Water Polo Experiences Success at Wilmington College

    [dropcap]I[/dropcap]f you asked someone on the street what water polo is, you probably wouldn’t get much of an answer. To most people, water polo is one of those sports you see on the Olympics, but isn’t actually played by anyone you know. Your knowledge might extend to the fact that the players all wear funny

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  • Freshie Fix: How to Keep the Freshman Fifteen from Eating You Alive

    [dropcap]I[/dropcap]t’s over halfway through the semester and you’re probably starting to notice that college life is changing you. Maybe you’re trying new things! Maybe you’re accepting new ideas and ways of life! Maybe you’re making new friends! And (on top of all of those wonderful things) maybe you’re noticing that your jeans just a little

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