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The Witness Newspaper
  • No Offense But: Greek Edition

    On November 19th, Wilmington Colleges Sigma Gamma Row Sorority Inc. chapter hosted a ‘No Offense But: Greek Edition’. No Offense But has historically been hosted by Wilmington’s Black Student Initiative (BSI) group as a way to have insight on various groups on campus essentially leading the college to become more accepting of one another. However,

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  • Adding More Chairs to the Kitchen Table

    Amnesty International is putting on a dinner and discussion on Wednesday, November 14, at 7- 8:30 p.m. in dining rooms C & D to discuss immigration and the struggles of refugees. This “Longer Table” dinner is set to promote building a longer table for more people to gather at and interact, rather than shutting people

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  • DNA Discussion: The Kavanaugh Effect

    The room was quiet as people of all different races, shapes, and sizes filed into the room, each person carrying their own facial expression as they prepared themselves for the discussion about to take place. These conversations are meant to be uncomfortable as they are primarily centered around topics that are not the easiest to

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  • An Interview on Black Fashion as a Means of Expression

      Q & A with Cheyann McKee, VP and Secretary of BSI about what black fashion means to her: Q: How do you think fashion has evolved in African American culture? A: I think African American fashion has evolved in such a way that we’ve become multidimensional. What I mean by this is that we

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  • Annual “No Offense But” Safe Place For Questions

    This year Wilmington College is having its annual “No Offense But” Discussion hosted by BSI. This is an event where people are free to anonymously ask questions they would otherwise not be comfortable asking in public. Students can submit questions the weeks before during tabling at lunch and dinner. “It’s okay to ask questions especially

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  • Q&A With Brian Hickam, New Watson Library Director

    [dropcap]T[/dropcap]his semester the Watson Library welcomes Brian Hickam, the new director of the library. With a new director, the Watson Library hopes to see a few changes this year that will impact students, faculty and staff.  Question: What is your past work experience? Answer: Before coming to Wilmington College in early August, I spent five

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