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The Witness Newspaper
  • A stay at the rez

    Brianna Knisley My experience at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota To put into words the things I experienced on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation is an exceptional task. For some reason it’s hard to capture the true essence of the Rez through description or even photo, and to do so only seems to take away

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  • Farm Science Review provides hands-on learning for students

    Kara Pontones Staff Writer   Wilmington College offers hands-on opportunities for students; the agricultural students were able to take advantage of this as they attended the Farm Science Review this past week. The Farm Science Review is a large farm show where hundreds of agricultural companies come to demonstrate the latest equipment and technology to

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  • Easy fruit dessert

    Cherry Pineapple Dump Cake contributed by Morgan Smith, Editor   This is a great recipe because it is low-cost and easy to make- perfect for a study group snack. Ingredients: 1 can cherry pie filling 1 can crushed pineapple 1 box yellow cake mix 1 can lemon lime soda Directions: Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

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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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  • Swedish brothers prepare for last season together

    Kara Pontones Staff Writer   Football is one of the largest spectator sports in America, and with the seasonal transition into fall comes one of the most anticipated sports seasons of the year.  Little boys playing their first years of pee-wee football anxiously await their first game, while the veteran athletes are itching to redeem

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  • Non-traditional students

    Joe Ledington Staff Writer   One of the main attractions at Wilmington College is the small intimate classes and friendly atmosphere, where you can call most of your professors by their first names. This is a reason why many high school seniors pick Wilmington over some of the bigger schools.  What attracts the older non-traditional

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  • Preparing to pledge

    Stephanie Thompson Editorial and Staff Writer “It’s-time-for-the-perkulator! Ahhhh huh, huh”. If you’re an upperclassman you recognize this chant very well; as for the freshman with the start of the new year, you soon will! Spring 2010 I decided to attend Delta Omega Theta’s Rush; as a freshman I walked in not knowing what to expect.

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  • Be aware, show you care

    Stephanie Thompson Staff Writer The week of September 10th through September 16th people across the country bound together for National Suicide Prevention Week. Suicide is preventable, yet daily in the U.S., people are taking their own lives because they and the people around them aren’t aware of a problem.  Facebook, Twitter and other news feeds

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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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  • Aggies welcome freshmen

      Kara Pontones Staff Writer     It’s not too often you smell the aroma of grilling when you pass by a farm; however, that is exactly what you would have smelled had you passed the Wilmington College Farm last Thursday. The Wilmington College Aggies and Collegiate 4-H clubs hosted their annual “Aggies Cookout” to

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