Monday, 12/11/2018 | 10:45 UTC-5
The Witness Newspaper
  • Wilmington Has No Chill

    [dropcap]B[/dropcap]aby, it’s cold outside. Like, leaving A/P is so miserable I want to cry except I don’t want to risk my tears freezing to my face. Okay, so maybe your tears won’t actually freeze, but it’s still cold enough that it’s important to wrap up warm before you brave the cross-campus journey. Here are a

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  • NCAA Strikes Down Prop 5…Twice

      [dropcap]T[/dropcap]he 2015 NCAA Convention was held in Washington, D.C. earlier this year. The convention brought together delegates from collegiate institutions across the nation to vote on various proposals regarding athletic programs and procedures.  On the convention’s list of fifteen proposals, none were more controversial than Proposal #5. The proposal’s aim is “to provide students

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  • Spring Sport Double Take

    [dropcap]W[/dropcap]hen it comes to baseball and softball, the vernacular used to describe the action and various aspects of the sports is almost as unique as the personalities of the players on the field. A hard hit groundball is often referred to as a “daisy-cutter”. Left-handed pitchers are universally called “southpaws”. Weakly hit bloopers that land where no fielder

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  • Wilmington College: A Place Called Home

    By Gus Sevastos Editorial             With the tragic events of the past week, this is already shaping up to be a very different semester for everyone. For the sophomores, juniors, and seniors, a member of our family has been lost and it breaks our hearts. However, for the freshman, all this does is prove a

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  • The Return of Jack Bauer: Why America Needs 24 Right Now

    By Gus Sevastos Editorial America hasn’t been in the best of shape lately, and it seems like the last nine months have put the country through some of the worst tragedies it has ever seen. Some are natural disasters, others something far more sinister. With the recent attacks on Boston, it seems that the threat

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  • Wilmington drops wrestling, Olympics to dismiss as well

    A.J. Ganger Editorial      In 2012, the winter Olympic Games took place in London, England. In wrestling, the oldest Olympic sport, one man by the name of Jordan Burroughs was determined to walk into London and destroy his competition. After winning national championships at the University of Nebraska, his new goal was to win

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  • 10 albums I love (that you should also listen to)

    Gus Sevastos Editorialist   Music has always been the universal medium that allows people to communicate, debate, and even fall in love. Think of your favorite song, that mix you made before sports event, or that song that will always remind you of a special moment in your life. I’ve been doing a lot of

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