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The Witness Newspaper
  • Wilmington College Rallies Against Cancer!

    This past Saturday, the annual Relay for Life event commenced on the Wilmington College campus. The committee, consisting of nine members and two advisors, did an amazing job facilitating and organizing this event. Kadie Grundy, the National Days and Philanthropy chair for the Service Leader Executive Board, was the leader on this massive project. Her

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  • Serving Up Ways to Fundraise

    On Oct.11, the Relay for Life Committee hosted another fundraiser as a precursor to “Paint the Campus Purple” week. The fundraiser was a sand volleyball tournament, and approximately eight teams were in attendance. The atmosphere at the event was thrilling; many people showed up to raise money for the American Cancer Society. The duration of the

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  • It’s the Most “Spooky”ful Time of the Year

    Halloween, a time for tricks and treats, scary movies, sweaters, and volunteering! This upcoming fall, during the spookiest season of all, the Wilmington Park Services Department will be hosting their annual Trunk-or-Treat, and as always, Wilmington College will be there to lend a helping hand! Trunk-or-Treat allows for a controlled, safe setting for fang-tastic festivities,

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  • The Quake: Flock To Service

    This Saturday, April 28th, the Student Leader Executive Board (SLEB) will be hosting “The Quake.” One might find themselves pondering the question, “what is the Quake?” If you do find yourself pondering this question, do not fret. The Quake is a student-initiated service project where students will be placed at tremor sites and help businesses

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  • SLEB Organizes Drive for Buddy Baskets

    SLEB just finished up collecting donations for buddy baskets. A buddy basket is a collection of toys and other goodies that will be donated to kids in the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Riley Children’s Hospital. Freshman SLEB member, Kadie Grundy, organized the drive, and says, “Doing it is all about benefitting the kids.” Many organizations

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  • Students Paint a Source of Light for the Cape May Community

    On Saturday, April 7, the Student Leader Executive Board (SLEB) hosted a service project titled “Paint A Canvas.” Students and faculty members were invited to paint an inspirational quote or warm picture on a canvas that will be delivered to the Ohio Living Cape May Retirement Community. The idea was developed to bring a source of

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  • Attitudes Change on Campus Thank to Random Acts of Kindness Week

    Kindness is something that is preached from students and teachers alike. However, the actions that go along with these preachings can be few and far between. Since the average day for a college student consists of homework, sports, work, clubs, and more homework, the Service Leader Executive Board (SLEB) puts on an annual ‘Random Acts

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  • Upcoming Events in February at WC

    Often times, students complain about how little there is to do on campus, especially on the weekends. There are some good sources to find upcoming activities (the WC app being one of them), but these sources still do not capture all of the exciting events going on. Here is a list of events happening in

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  • Be a #WCRAKtivist This Week

    RAK week is soon approaching, starting February 11th and ending on the 17th, Wilmington College’s SLEB Board has planned some pretty stellar things in anticipation for the Nationally-Recognized Random Acts of Kindness Week, or RAK as it’s commonly known. Speaking with Keni Brown, President and go-to person for SLEB, she said, “This year brings a

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  • New Leaders Set to Bring Fiery Passion for Volunteer Work

    photo: students at the Quake spring of 2017, a service event hosted by SLEB The Service Leader Executive Board (S.L.E.B) has recently undergone some changes in staff, taking on an almost entirely new board save for the three returning members, Corenna Oeder, Jayme Mabry, and Emory Triance. The board has been filled with a new

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