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  • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Speaks on Growing Threat of Iran and Militant Islamic Groups

    Taylor Turner Political Writer [dropcap]I[/dropcap]n an interview with Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu revisited concerns addressed in his recent United Nations’ address. Specifically, he spoke on the dangers of Islamic extremism and the growing threat posed by Iran in its desire to increase its nuclear weapons capability. He warned that

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  • CIA Annex Security Contractors Speak Out on What Really Happened in Benghazi

    Taylor Turner Political Writer [dropcap]A[/dropcap]fter much delay and miring with political rhetoric, details of what truly transpired in Benghazi on the night of the deadly 2012 terrorist attack have been brought to light by security contractors charged with protecting the CIA Annex. In an exclusive interview with Fox News’ Bret Baier, security contractors and contributors

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  • Cease Fire Reached in Ukraine

    Taylor Turner Political Writer [dropcap]A[/dropcap]s the NATO Summit reaches its conclusion in Wales, details of a cease- fire agreement between pro-Russian rebels and Ukraine emerge. In an effort to deescalate conflict and bloodshed in his country, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has endorsed the cease-fire agreement. While NATO leaders originally convened to discuss the winding down

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  • Holy day of obligation: first day of March Madness

    Scott Duncan Staff Writer   Wilmington, Ohio –In the Roman Catholic church there exists a suggested guideline, followed by most active church members, that states that all church faithful must attend on Sundays and on all Holy Days of Obligation.   Holy Days of Obligation are special dates on the church calendar that include, but

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  • Travel opportunities for students

    Neil Snarr, Faculty Member For some eight years the Isaac Harvey Fund has assisted Wilmington College students and faculty in traveling abroad and within the US on trips related to the concerns of Quakers – peace and social justice. Participants do not need to be Quaker and the money with which we assist students will

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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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  • Increase in oral cancers linked to HPV

    Article by CNN Health http://www.cnn.com/ The human papillomavirus is contributing to the growing number of head and neck cancers in the United States, according to a new study Monday in the Journal of Clinical Oncology. The study found that the number of cases of oropharyngeal cancer – cancers of the tonsil, back of the mouth

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