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The Witness Newspaper
  • Fourteen Tips for Acing Finals Week

    It’s happening everyone! The semester is almost over! This may be an exciting time for some because that means sunshine, vacation, and summer, but before you get too excited, we need to get through finals first. You may be thinking, “Oh God, how am I supposed to do this??” but don’t worry, www.huffingtonpost.com has some

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  • Eight Tips for Move-Out Day

    Many of Wilmington College’s campus is filled with students that live on campus. For the lucky students that commute and don’t have to worry about moving out, we envy you. Not only is it that time of the year where we are stressing about the many assignments, finals, and projects, but on top of everything

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  • The History of Our Favorite Easter Traditions

    Growing up, Easter was a holiday where families would come together in their best clothes, attend church, search for Easter eggs, and open baskets filled with jellybeans, chocolate, toys, and other candies. This is the tradition for most families, but have you ever thought about where these traditions originated? https://www.history.com/topics/holidays/easter-symbols gives us the history of

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  • Student Reflection: Tour of the Clinton County Jail

    photo taken by Randy Sarvis On Thursday, March 22nd, Wilmington College’s Corrections class went to the Clinton County Jail. This included a tour of the facility and any questions the students had, answered and led by the Lieutenant and Captain. We started out the tour in the holding area, where the police would bring in

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  • Fear of Visiting Prison for the First Time: A Student’s Thoughts

    An opinion piece with a follow-up story coming next week! My corrections class was given the opportunity to go to the Lebanon Correctional Facility in Lebanon, Ohio. My first reaction was fear. I see how the movies and TV shows present prisoners and prison facilities. The prisoners are hard, starting fights, starting riots, and being

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  • Healthy Tips to Avoid the Cold and Flu

    The winter season brings many things: freezing temperature, inches and inches of snow, a lack of sunshine, dreariness, the inability to go outside, and especially the cold and flu. It is important to know the best practices to keep yourself, and your dorm or apartment clean. www.cdc.gov gives six habits to do just that.Avoid close

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  • Valentine’s Day Gifts on a Budget

    One of the many things that women pride ourselves on is our ability to successfully give gifts. Birthdays and Christmas, especially Valentine’s Day. We love being romantic towards our partners whether they appreciate it or not. Men on the other hand, always struggle, telling their friends, “My girlfriend is so hard to shop for!” While

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  • Dating on a College Budget

    Being a college student is an expensive endeavor for most. This is the first time for many students that they are away from the financial help of their parents, and even with the help of a part time job, the finances of college can be tough, having to pay for books, groceries, and parking passes.

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