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The Witness Newspaper
  • Mac vs. PC, Which Do You Prefer?

    Mac versus PC. A debate that has been around since the 80s. Both types of home computers are great. but it just depends on what you’re looking for. I’ll be looking at how both types compare in design, cost, and what they do best. I’ll be focusing more on laptops in this article since that

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  • Sing Like No One Is Listening!

    Having an outlet for stress is an important way to relax and unwind from a stressful day full of homework and class. For some, an outlet could be reading, writing, or exercising. For the students that are musically inclined, it might be singing. Gina Beck graduated from Wilmington, and years later began teaching private singing

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  • The Leaving List: Budget

    If you are among the two hundred or so students getting ready to permanently depart Wilmington after graduation this May, or you’re already looking ahead to life after college, this article is for you. Inevitably, there is a distinct sense of anxiety that increases with every passing day of the spring semester for those seniors

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  • Being Alone Sucks, But It’s So Important

    As my favorite author Dee Henderson once wrote, “Being alone is the pits.”  Man, did she get that right. For a lot of people, being single or living alone in their early years of adulthood is next to impossible. Those people who are uncomfortable being alone are probably the ones who are always in a

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  • If You’re On a Team of Any Kind, You Need to Read This!

    It doesn’t matter if you’re part of an athletic team or student organization, whether you’re the top executive or newest member of the team, the simple truth is team dynamics are incredibly important and every team could benefit from being reminded of that. This past week, I asked one of the student organizations I’m in

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  • Why College Students Have to Stop Taking the L

    [dropcap]I[/dropcap] love Twitter. Anyone who knows me knows how much I love Twitter. I think the rise of the 140 character joke is literally generation-defining. Twitter has given antijokes and dark humor a whole new playground… and our generation is so here for it. But for every pro there must be an equal and opposite

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  • Top Five Halloween Movies of 2016

    According to Seventeen Magazine, the top five Halloween movies of 2016 are Halloweentown, Scream, Hocus Pocus, Carrie, and The Nightmare Before Christmas. Halloweentown (1998) Aggie, Marnie’s grandmother comes to visit, concerned for her granddaughter to lose her magic powers forever. When Marnie discovers her grandmother has powers, she follows her home to Halloweentown, only to

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  • Need a new show to binge watch? Check out these reviews.

    The guilty pleasure of most 21st century college students… the word written in red… only $7.99 a month. You know what I’m talking about WC students: Netflix. There’s no use in denying it. We’re all avid enthusiasts of this latest advancement in technology. Not only does it allow viewers access to a wide variety of

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  • Stop Putting Down Education Majors

    Editorial by Grace Barger Growing up in a house where my mom is a teacher, I learned a lot about the educational system and its many benefits and pitfalls. When I first told my mom, a Wilmington College Alumni, that I was going to be a teacher, she told me “I hope you’re joking. The

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  • Freshie Fix: Valentine’s Day

    [dropcap]V[/dropcap]alentine’s Day is just around the corner. For some, that means excitement and romance. For others, it means one more day to get through before you can get some seriously marked down Ferrero Rocher. Either way, love is in the air. Here’s how to make your on-campus Valentine’s Day count.  Don’t only celebrate if you’re

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