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The Witness Newspaper
  • Serving Up Ways to Fundraise

    On Oct.11, the Relay for Life Committee hosted another fundraiser as a precursor to “Paint the Campus Purple” week. The fundraiser was a sand volleyball tournament, and approximately eight teams were in attendance. The atmosphere at the event was thrilling; many people showed up to raise money for the American Cancer Society. The duration of the

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  • This Month in History: October 14th, 1066

    The Battle of Hastings You may have heard of the Duke of Normandy, but did you know that in this month in the good old year of 1066, he successfully defeated the very last Saxon king of England and won the Battle of Hastings? That Saxon king, named Harold Godwinson, was crowned shortly after the

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  • Easy Ways to Go Green

    We encounter plastic use throughout our entire day. We use plastic water bottles, shampoo bottles, body wash bottles, tv remotes, hair clips, toothbrushes, trash bags, the list is truly endless. Over the last ten years, we as a species have produced more plastic than during the entirety of the previous century. It fills our oceans

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  • Crowning of the Homecoming Court 2018

    This past Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018, Wilmington College hosted their annual Homecoming game against the Muskies. Unfortunately, the Fighting Quakers lost their game, but the audience was treated to the Crowning of Homecoming King and Queen and the runner ups, several food trucks, and activities stationed around Herman Court. For the Freshman class, the representatives were Jeffery

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  • Diveristy N Action Hosting Discussion on Confederate Flag

    Two people can look at the Confederate flag and see completely different things. The Confederate flag has evolved over the decades to represent heritage, hate, patriotism, and racism. The meaning varies from person-to-person, the flag has been the cause of a great deal of controversy due to the use of it at white supremacy rallies.

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  • College Offers Unique Museum Trip

    The Wilmington College Office of Diversity and Inclusion is taking their annual cultural museum trip to Washington D.C. on Dec. 12 through Dec. 14. The museums to be visited include: the National Museum of African American History and Culture, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, the National Museum of the American Indian, and the Newseum.

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  • Relay for Life Hosts Trivia Night

    On September 18, 2018 the Relay for Life committee will be hosting a trivia night in the Underground. Team registration will be taking place at dinner from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. in Pyle this week.  Teams of five are encouraged and the fee is two dollars per person, coming out to ten dollars a team. Trivia

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  • Breathe In, Breathe Out

    Do you need something relaxing to do on a Wednesday afternoon? Well you’re in luck! Every Wednesday from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m., Professor Martha Hendricks hosts a yoga session in the Quaker Recreational Center. All she needs is for you to show up and participate! The QRC provides mats for everyone, so if finding

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  • Students Operate Collegiate Farmers’ Market

    This past week, I was able to catch up with some of the agriculture students who are hosting a weekly Farmers’ Market, where they are selling the freshest organic produce Wilmington College has to offer! Managed by Molly Scroggy, a veteran of the college farm, she said, “this is an amazing opportunity to get out and support

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