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The Witness Newspaper
  • Wilmington College: A Place Called Home

    By Gus Sevastos Editorial             With the tragic events of the past week, this is already shaping up to be a very different semester for everyone. For the sophomores, juniors, and seniors, a member of our family has been lost and it breaks our hearts. However, for the freshman, all this does is prove a

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  • Tips for moving out

    Danielle Krabbe Human Interest     With another year at Wilmington College coming to an end there are a lot of exciting things to look forward to: graduation, summer vacations, seeing old friends, and beginning new careers. But there is one activity all students must do before the summer fun really begins—moving out. Moving home

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  • ‘Greek Games’ encourages friendly competition

    Megan Phillips and Dylan Swormstedt Staff Writers Every year, members of the Greek community compete in the Greek Games.  This is a competition between the Greek organizations at Wilmington College in various events.  There were five events that took place in the fall including: bed race, volleyball, dodge ball, quiz bowl, and an eating contest.

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  • ‘Bioshock Infinite’ review

    Gus Sevastos Editorials   I really wish there were words I could write to describe the overall experience of this game. However, this is one of the first games I have played in a very long time that has ever left me speechless. “Bioshock Infinite” is not only a narrative masterpiece, but a game that

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  • Bomb threat on main campus arouses questions of safety procedures

    Staff Contributors A mass of students, toting their cell phones, all alerted to a bomb threat on the Wilmington College campus, gathered Monday morning in buildings deemed “safe” by the campus safety administration. A text message sent to the campus community at 8:45 a.m. read: “WC Main Campus Bomb Threat – There has been a

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  • Thousands attend livestock judging contest

    Henrik Hornaess Photography Editor More than 1000 high school students from around Ohio competed in Wilmington College’s Livestock contest Wednesday. The contest is an opportunity for young students with a future in agriculture to show off their skills at judging swine, sheep, horses and beef and dairy cattle. This was the 54 annual Livestock Judging Contest

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  • SGA elections to be held Tuesday and Wednesday

    Dylan Swormstedt Staff Writer   The Student Government Association elections are right around the corner.  Students can submit their votes in Pyle Center during lunch and dinner on Tuesday, February 19 and Wednesday, February 20. The candidates for each position are as follows: Student Body President– Gus Sevastos (junior) and Jamie Crane (sophomore), Vice President-

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  • Marchin’ on to the playoffs

      The Wilmington men’s basketball is going on to the playoffs with confidence of winning OAC. Henrik Hornnaess Staff Writer In a close game Wilmington sealed the win in the last minute to make it 50-47 over Otterbein in the Ohio Athletic Conference Wednesday night at Fred Raizk Arena in Herman Court. Wilmington did not

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  • Finals: One man’s tale of love, academia, and quest for sleep

    Gus Sevastos Editorialist It is finally upon us; that one malicious week of the year that college students dread: finals week. For those who are concerned with their grade, it is a vicious cycle of constant studying and finishing up of last minute work that needs to be done. Sleep is a luxury that is

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