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The Witness Newspaper
  • Housing Restrictions

    Kaitlyn Brewer Staff Writer Most colleges require students to live on campus during their freshman and sophomore years, but Wilmington College requires all full-time students to live in the residence halls for eight consecutive semesters or until they are 23. “We are a residential college to start with. Primarily since 1870 most students have lived

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  • Spring Break 2014

    Kaitlyn Brewer Staff Writer Has spring break lost its luster? After talking with some of my fellow classmates, I would say that all spring break is really about nowadays is literally a break from school. Unless mommy and daddy are paying for your vacation, it seems quite impossible with a college students’ financial status to

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  • One Step on the Road to Recovery

    Kaitlyn Brewer Staff Writer As the clock struck 11:30, students and staff settled in at Heiland Theater in the Boyd Cultural Arts Center on Thursday. The room grew quiet as College President Jim Reynolds approached the podium. “Before we get started, I’d like for us to gather together in the manner of Friends and take

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  • Wilmingon Theater Gets A Facelift

    Kaitlyn Brewer Staff Writer   Republic Theatre Group purchased the Wilmington indoor theater from Chakeres Theatres at the beginning of February and got right to work closing its doors on Feb. 4 for renovations. In the few weeks that the theater will be closed, they will be installing digital projection, 5.1 digital audio, and flex back

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  • A Tribute to Trip Breen

    Arista Roesch Staff Writer                 At Wilmington College, it’s no secret that students have the opportunity to become close with their professors and coaches. But there are times when their impacts on students aren’t fully recognized, and we can sometimes take these relationships for granted. College is a hard time, mentally, emotionally, and even physically,

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  • Wilmington College to feature Joel Salatin at the 2014 Food Symposium

    PRESS RELEASE WILMINGTON, OHIO—Wilmington College will feature Joel Salatin, full-time farmer, prominent lecturer, and fresh-food advocate, at the 2014 Food Symposium, April 23. This year’s theme is titled, “Beyond Nutrition: Rethinking our Relationship with Food.” In his countless books, lectures, and guest-speaking events, Salatin addresses a wide range of issues, from “creating the farm your

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  • A Heart-Changing Experience

    Arista Roesch Staff Writer                 February, as many know, is the month of Valentine’s Day. But what sometimes goes without notice, is that February 7th through the 14th is Congenital Heart Defect awareness week. According to tchin.org, one of the main hosts of CHD awareness, “Congenital Heart Disease is considered to be the most common

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  • Valentine’s Day

    Kaitlyn Brewer Staff Writer Why hate on a day devoted to love? Whether you are single or in a relationship, Valentine’s Day can be fun for everyone.  Think back to the days of elementary. Your mom would help make your valentines box and send you off to collect all kinds of goodies. With your Nickelodeon

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  • Clint Eastwood: Politics and Art

    Kevin Courtright Student Submission  As I type this article, director Clint Eastwood is wrapping up production on Jersey Boys, set for release in June. The film, a jukebox musical about the life and career of Franki Valli and the Four Seasons, is likely to be a box-office hit, if only because it’s based on a

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  • My Culture is Not a Costume

    Arista Roesch Editorial   Picture this: you go to a college campus and see an African-American person with ivory foundation on, blue contacts in, a blonde wig, and a swastika armband. You’d raise an eyebrow and ask what the hell is going on, but they’d just chuckle and say, “Hey, it’s just a costume. It’s for

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