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The Witness Newspaper
  • Classic game appreciation: Red Dead Redemption

    Gus Sevastos Editorial and Staff Writer   The Wild West was no longer wild by 1911. The government had decided to move in and civilize the territory, making it safe for the states to finally develop. Outlaws were hunted down, and the remnants of the older times sat in the saloons drinking themselves half blind,

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  • Greek rush

    Megan Phillips Staff Writer It’s that time of the year again; all Greek Organizations have rush! Attending Greek rushes are very important. Not only does a student get to realize all the different Greeks on campus, but he or she also gets to learn about himself or herself and see if he/she is interested. Rhia

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  • Zombies have infiltrated Wilmington College!

    Katie Campbell Staff Writer For the Fall 2012 semester, zombies have infected the campus and even infiltrated the classroom. Dr. James McNelis is teaching two sections of ENG201 Varieties of Literature: Zombies: The Walking Dead. The course is designed to delve into the literature, cinema and culture surrounding the zombie phenomenon that we’re currently experiencing,

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  • One act plays a success

    Jordan Ann Holt Staff Writer     The One Act Play Festival is a student lead production here at Wilmington. It was held Thursday and Friday April 12th and 13th at 7:30 in the Heiland Theater. Each student from the college’s directing class produced their own show—it is their final grade for the class. They

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  • WC grad presents show about racism

    Roxanna Blevins, Northern Kentucky University   Mandy McDonough has some confessions to make, and she will be sharing them with the public March 15. McDonough, a graduate communication student at Northern Kentucky University, will present her Capstone project, “Secrets of a White Girl” in Griffin Hall Digitorium March 15. “Secrets of a White Girl” is

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  • WC celebrates homecoming

    Victoria Burcham Staff Writer Last weekend was Wilmington College’s Homecoming. The theme was “Escape to Paradise.” Many festivities, such as a banner contest, bonfire, and dance, took place on campus. The banner contest was judged by Student Government Association. The winner was the Aggies with a pig, sheep, and cow playing on the beach with the

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  • Theatre department to hold workshop, auditions

      The Wilmington College Theatre Department has announced that this year’s fall show will be the musical “Violet.” A workshop will be held in Heiland Theatre in the Boyd Cultural Arts Center on Tuesday, Sept. 13 at 7:15 p.m. for anyone interested in or planning to audition for the fall show. No advance preparation for

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  • Buckeye Livery opens uptown, features pizzeria, billiards and arcade

    Victoria Burcham Staff Writer Nestled inside the local, uptown pizzeria, Cassano’s, is what some might call a ‘hidden gem.’ If you walk past the counter, you’ll encounter the unexpected—a palatial new pub called the Buckeye Livery. With an outside patio, expansive bar, arcade, pool tables, and live bands scheduled to play throughout the fall season,

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