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The Witness Newspaper
  • 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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  • WC students experience Nicaragua

    Christina Orchard Kristin Finkbeiner  WC students As Wilmington College students we had the rare opportunity to travel to the Central American country of Nicaragua for nearly two weeks starting August 5, 2011. We had little knowledge as to what to expect and what our travels there would entail. We both had a general idea that

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  • Food hot topic at WC

    Sahe Wright Staff Writer Sodexo, Inc., at Wilmington College is always a hot topic amongst students. The discussion, however, rarely ends on a positive note for Sodexo. Common complaints range from the quality of food to meal plan options. At Wilmington College, there are only two meal plans available to students who live in the

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  • Admissions Office has new look

    Sahe Wright Staff Writer If you build it they will come. That’s exactly what Wilmington College has in mind this year with the recent renovations taking place. College Hall is currently under construction to give the place a new fresh look.  Right through the front doors, the admissions office has been the starting point for

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  • Kappa Delta sorority raising money to prevent child abuse

    Imagine being referred to as “it” by your own mother and being tortured on a daily basis. Picture your arm being pulled out of socket in one of your mother’s alcoholic rages or being stabbed with a kitchen knife. When you are allowed the luxury of food, you are forced to eat rotten scraps out

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  • Opportunities with WC yearbook

    Were you involved in producing your High School’s yearbook? Do you enjoy graphic design or taking pictures? Would you like to get involved in producing this year’s Wilmington College yearbook? Then the WC Yearbook staff needs you! Simply register for COM475: Yearbook when you register for you classes. You can receive up to 3 hours of class

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  • All invited to panel discussion

    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In honor of this cause, Wilmington college will be hosting a panel discussion on breast cancer on Wednesday, Oct. 26 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in dining room C and D in the TOP. The event is open to students, faculty, staff, and the community. It will feature guest presenter Priya Rudolph,

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