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The Witness Newspaper
  • Marion Nestle to speak in March at Food Symposium

    Toni Penwell Staff Writer On March 20, 2012, Wilmington College will be hosting its Third Annual Food Symposium.  Like the Peace Symposium, the event is open to the public and all students, faculty and community members are encouraged to attend. The featured speaker for the event will be Marion Nestle, who “is a consumer activist,

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  • A Witness editorial: Real advising advice for freshmen

    Josh Shell Staff Writer Look at you. Your first semester of college is almost done! It flew by didn’t it? By now you should have registered for classes. As we (seniors) all did three short years ago. You probably loved the idea of FINALLY being able to choose your own schedule. Yeah, it’s nice isn’t

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  • Witness editorial: WC housing restrictions

    Leah Phillips Staff Writer If you are thinking about living off campus, are not 23-years old, or have been living here for four years, too bad. These are just two of Wilmington College’s housing exemption guidelines. The housing restrictions limit students to campus living if you are not married, live within 30 miles, in a

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  • Online deals today

    Victoria Burcham Staff Writer Think all of the deals are in the store this season? Think again. This Monday is “Cyber Monday” where almost everything online will have a sale. This is your guide to finding the best bargains out there on the web. Electronics: Bestbuy.com • Free shipping • Dynex 32” LED TV for

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  • Wilmington College presents “Violet: The Musical”

    Victoria Burcham Staff Writer “Violet: The Musical” is about a girl’s journey to Oklahoma in hopes of finding a preacher to heal her scared face so she can live the life she deserves. Violet befriends two soldiers, Flick and Monte, who help her along the way. “Violet is a story about healing and learning how

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  • Comeback Season: A Witness editorial

    Sahe Wright Staff Writer NFL fans everywhere are finding the 2011 season to be like none other. After months of speculation of whether or not there would be a season due to the on going drama-filled soap opera most called a lockout, the NFL is now in full swing. There are many storylines developing as

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  • Local restaurants offer drink specials for students

    Josh Shell Staff Writer Wilmington College Students are heading to Generation’s Pizza for college night every Thursday to take advantage of one of the best drink specials in town. From 9 p.m. to midnight on Thursdays, students can buy any draft beer for 75 cents and half price appetizers. There is no cover charge. The

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  • Isaac Harvey Fund helps students travel and serve

    Megan McDonough Staff Writer If a WC student has ever wanted to travel abroad and experience a unique service project, but doesn’t have the funds, the Isaac Harvey Fund is the perfect solution. This Fund is a community-supported monetary fund that helps WC students who want to go on an international service trip. The fund

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  • Bypass opens

    Josh Shell Staff Writer Wilmington bypass opens, reduction in city traffic expected. On Wednesday Nov. 2, the new bypass for state Route 73 was dedicated and opened for traffic. The eight mile highway intersects with state Route 68 just outside of town and loops around by the old DHL airpark. Garry Huffenberger, a staff writer

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  • WC hosts breast cancer panel

    Leah Phillips Staff Writer  October was Breast Cancer Awareness month. To raise awareness among students, WC hosted a breast cancer panel discussion in the top featuring Dr. Priya Rudolph M.D., PhD. of the local Foster J. Boyd Regional Cancer Center. Her patients joined the discussion. Rudolph, the humantologist and oncologist at the cancer center, gave

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