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The Witness Newspaper
  • No Offense But: Greek Edition

    On November 19th, Wilmington Colleges Sigma Gamma Row Sorority Inc. chapter hosted a ‘No Offense But: Greek Edition’. No Offense But has historically been hosted by Wilmington’s Black Student Initiative (BSI) group as a way to have insight on various groups on campus essentially leading the college to become more accepting of one another. However,

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  • Small Town College Students Explore International North African City

    Rabat, the capital of Morocco, a seaside country in the northern part of Africa, was recently home to four Wilmington College students and two alumni for the weekend of November 2 to November 5. WC students Amanda Watson, Michael Smith, Jese Shell, Tess Delcamp, and alumni Maraya Wahl and Chris Howard participated in the International

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  • A Holiday Stuffed with History

    Thanksgiving, a holiday most of us think of as a day to stuff our faces, spend time with relatives we never see, and reflect on the aspects of life we are most thankful for; however, the holiday holds a rich history. In 1621, the Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians shared a feast that became known

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  • Rebooting Our Minds

    November is “National Family Literacy Month.” This month reminds families to take some time out of their day and get back into the tradition of reading together. Most of us have fond memories of having a parent read to us as a child; for some of us, this made us become avid readers and critical

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  • Finding Our Radio Voices

    Last week was the second meeting of Wilmington College’s new radio station. Headed by Nick Wiget, the college’s new Communication Arts professor, the radio station has been largely organized and funded by him. Right now, its staff is open to anyone who wants to be a part of it. With some big aspirations for future

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  • Vaccinate good times, come on! (Let’s Vaccinate)

    Recently, there has been a big debate over the safety of vaccines. Some people have been led to belief that vaccinations cause autism; this is faulty information – vaccines are essential and necessary to keep diseases eradicated. Elliot Zieman, Professor of Biology at Wilmington College, said, “Vaccines are the safest and most effective way to

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  • There’s a New Place in Town

    “Papsy’s Place” is a frozen yogurt and sorbet shop that just opened on West Main Street during mid-July. Unlike any other frozen yogurt place, Papsy’s Place allows you to purchase your cup before you serve yourself. $3 for a four-ounce cup, $5 for a ten-ounce cup, or $7 for a fourteen-ounce cup or homemade waffle

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  • Like Your Voice, Your Vote Matters

    It is important to realize that we are, in fact, born with certain unalienable rights in the United States of America. We are given the opportunity to voice our opinions loud and proud; we are given the right to own firearms; we are given the right to walk freely and not be held as slaves,

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  • The Need to Step Back: Three Perspectives

    WC Senior Perspective: Kara Griffith, studying Criminal Justice I think the major [life change] for seniors after graduation is going from a sporadic, packed schedule of social events, community service, classes, sporting events and meetings to a more settled schedule revolving around a traditional work schedule. No longer will I be up until 3am writing

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