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  • Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu Addresses Congress

    [dropcap]S[/dropcap]peaking before a joint session of Congress on March 3rd, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed his fears that recent nuclear negotiation discussions with Iran will leave the nation with an opportunity to develop nuclear weapons. The Prime Minister warned in his speech that the acquirement of these weapons would be catastrophic to the survival

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  • Give Bags For Today’s Slaves: A Drive to Stop Human Trafficking

    [dropcap]D[/dropcap]uring the week of March 16-20, Wilmington College students will be running “Gift Bags for Today’s Slave,” a drive to receive donations for End Slavery Cincinnati.  This week will include students tabling in Pyle on Tuesday and Thursday, as well as a speaker who will discuss human trafficking in McCoy on Wednesday at 7 p.m.

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  • From Dreams to Reality: Wilmington Students travel to Africa

          [dropcap]W[/dropcap]ilmington College Senior, Erin Wollett had a dream three years ago. As a freshman living in Austin Pickett, she had a bucket list of things she wanted to accomplish in college. Each task was written on a piece of athletic tape above her top bunk bed. Over the years as she achieved these

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  • New Video Shows ISIS Beheading Egyptian Christians

    [dropcap]N[/dropcap]ew video emerged on February 15th showing ISIS members simultaneously beheading twenty-one Egyptian Christians who were kidnapped in Libya. The execution is the largest documented mass execution by ISIS outside of their stronghold in Iraq and Syria. Following the assassinations, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el Sisi vowed revenge, stating “these cowardly actions will not undermine

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  • American Sniper Film Under Fire by Critics

               [dropcap]T[/dropcap]he blockbuster film American Sniper has emerged as a recent object of controversy by those who view the film as a pro- war propaganda piece. The film follows U.S Navy SEAL Chris Kyle’s struggles on the battlefield and at home as he works to acclimate to a life away from

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  • WC Amnesty International Restarts After Ten Years

      [dropcap]O[/dropcap]ne might ask what Wilmington College’s greatest characteristic is, and many would agree that it is the number of active-minded students who want to reach out into the community and into the world.  A few of these students have restarted an organization that was present on campus ten years ago called Amnesty International.  At

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  • France Resolute Despite Terror Attacks

      [dropcap]L[/dropcap]ast week France was beset by three days of terror incidents that threatened the nation’s freedom of speech. On January 7th, brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi stormed into the Paris office of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, killing eleven members of its staff after opening fire with assault rifles. Incensed by the newspaper’s caricatures

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  • Showdown in Washington over Immigration Reform

    [dropcap]O[/dropcap]ne week after President Obama expressed his intent to work alongside the incoming Congress after the Democrats lost control of the Senate last week, immigration reform is becoming a hotly contested subject between the President and current members of Congress. Although Press Secretary Josh Earnest has stated that the President has not finalized his plan

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  • American Marine Finally Released from Mexican Prison

    Taylor L. Turner Political Writer  [dropcap]A[/dropcap]fter being held prisoner in Mexico for two-hundred and fourteen days, Sergeant Andrew Tahmooressi was freed from his prison cell last Friday. Tahmooressi, who served two tours in Afghanistan, was arrested March 31st of this year by Mexican authorities after crossing the border with the possession of three guns. The

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  • Tragedy in Canada

    Taylor Turner Political Writer [dropcap]A[/dropcap]s the weekend approaches, Canadians are left to reflect on two terrorist attacks that have deeply shaken the country this past week. On October 20, in Quebec, Martin Rouleau-Couture drove his vehicle into two Canadian soldiers, killing Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent. The perpetrator, identified by Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper as

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