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The Witness Newspaper
  • 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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  • Announcing the Spring Production of “Early Dark”

    photo: Hugh G. Heiland Theatre Since the beginning of the new semester, the question on everyone’s mind has been “What will the next show be?” The Theatre Department announced the show last Thursday; the spring production will be Early Dark. Published in 1977, Early Dark is written by Reynolds Price. The play discusses many social

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  • Zimerle Art Display Pleases Inner Creativity and Causes Reflection

      photo above: “In Your Satin Tights, Fighting for Your Rights” Woodblock and Printed on Masa. 2016. Annie Lee-Zimerle & Brian Zimerle The paintings are hung; the lights positioned. The Harcum Art Gallery is ready once more to display a new art exhibit. The works of Annie Lee Zimerle and Brian Zimerle are now available for

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  • There Is a Purpose – Avenue Q in Review

    pictured above:  Kate Monster (Jessica Fair) and Princeton (Joshua Woodward) talking together Today’s world is full of controversy and lacks discussion. Many pointed issues, either on Capitol Hill or around one’s dinner table, are talked about but not resolved. At times, news reports and media messages seem bleak and there is a little conversation to

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  • WC Chorale Music is Advil for the Soul

    There have been many studies supporting the idea that music is beneficial to the body and mind in many ways. For people that struggle with mental illness, it is said that music is a way to destress a situation by decreasing a person’s anxiety and depression. According to http://www.lifehack.org, there are fifteen benefits that music

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  • The Work of Terry Inlow, “A Mostly Humorous Retrospective”

    On Wednesday, October 25, 2017 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, the Harcum Art Gallery will be hosting an artist’s reception for the new art exhibit, “A Mostly Humorous Retrospective.” The new art exhibit features the work of Terry Inlow. Inlow worked at Wilmington College for more than forty years in the art department and

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  • Avenue Q Presents a Fine, Fine Line

    It was recently announced that the Wilmington College Theater Department will be presenting Avenue Q as their Fall musical. The show dates are November 16, 17, and 18; but this is not a typical musical comedy. Firstly, puppets are incorporated into the musical, so  puppets and humans both interact on stage. This presents the actors

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  • WC Chorale Members Increase Substantially in Fall

    The Wilmington College Chorale has always been a group that is small in number, but mighty in sound. Although having a small group of singers was an incredible experience, the choir began expressing a need for more members, especially men. This need has been fulfilled, with over 20 members this semester. Brandi James, a senior

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  • Pushing Boundaries: Contemporary Art Exhibit in Harcum Gallery

    The David & June Harcum Art Gallery located in Boyd is hosting the artworks of Andrew Yakscoe. It features 18 contemporary pieces of art that focus on the artist’s difficult life experiences. Andrew Yakscoe is both an artist and art educator; he studied at the University of Cincinnati and currently works at the Cincinnati Art

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