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The Witness Newspaper
  • Wilmington College’s annual Poetry and Short Story Competition

    This past Thursday, five students were awarded with Kittay Poetry and Bowman Short Fiction Rewards. This is a contest were students get to submit in many forms including poetry and short stories with the chance to win up to $150. For the Kittay Poetry Competition, the winners were Aaliyah Compton, Shiloh Day, and Crystal Waters.

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  • Shining A Light on SGA Candidates

    article written by Savanna Burcham and Mathew Perry The SGA elections are coming up and I would like to shine a light on all the candidates who are running for each position as we are having a record-breaking number of candidates. This election has been a tough one, but we as a Student Government Association

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  • Letter from the Service Leaders Executive Board: Looking for Applicants

    photo of SLEB 2017 The Service Leader Executive Board (SLEB) at Wilmington College, is looking for new members! SLEB is a group of student leaders who plan and execute community service and civic engagement events on the Wilmington College campus and in the surrounding communities. Under the leadership of the SLEB President and Advisor,  this

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  • U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Speaks to WC About the Future

    by staff writers Megan Canfield and Grace Barger On September 22, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack visited Wilmington College’s campus for a tour of the new Center for Science and Agriculture (CSA) to offer commentary on matters related to rural development. The new CSA building was made possible by a $19.7 million low-interest long-term [32

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  • OATS: Community Involvement in February

    Want to know what’s happening locally with Wilmington College and the community? Follow the monthly OATS with Loryn Bryson. Murphy Show at 7:30 on February 13 Sip and Paint classes at South St. Wine Cellar Share the local love– buy at participating businesses and get entered into win prizes! Methodist Church Cantabile concert at 7:30 on

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  • OATS: Community Involvement in October

    Want to know what’s happening locally with Wilmington College and the community? Follow the monthly OATS with Loryn Bryson. South Street Wine Cellar will be teaming up with the Wilmington Public Library the 3rd Wednesday of each month to host- Wine and Words. There will be a book discussion, wine, and a getting to know

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  • OATS: Community Involvement in September

    Want to know what’s happening locally with Wilmington College and the community? Follow the monthly OATS with Loryn Bryson. Get Fit has a new location! Now at 64 W. Main st. Hours are 5:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Iron Sword Cross fit is now open! They offer student discounts. Banned Books in Watson Library all

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  • Punk’s Not Dead

    Arista Roesch Editorial         Whoever said punk was dead was in a real culture shock in the 1990s and early 2000s (if cocaine or other drugs didn’t kill them off by then). This period is known in the indie world as our ‘post-punk revival’. In 1997, the married (but now divorced) duo of Meg and Jack

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  • Acid Rain: Prepare for Spring

    Arista Roesch Staff Writer  Recently, I began writing my newest science-fiction novel based around the concept of acid rain in an attempt to raise awareness in a way that would make it more interesting to learn about. I’ve always been fascinated with the thought that something that was always viewed as “just water” could be

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  • The World Today

    Arista Roesch Editorial   There is beauty, some find, in everything you can lay your eyes on. There is beauty in the grass, in the sky, in the trees, and in the buildings. There is beauty buried underground and tucked away in the clouds. There is beauty in a book – not a book on

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