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The Witness Newspaper
  • Argo: another solid hit for Ben Affleck

    Gus Sevastos Editorialist   Argo is, first and foremost, an honest spy movie. If you came into the theater looking for a crazed, guns-blazing action movie, you’ll be sorely disappointed. However, if you enjoy a well written, acted and directed film that keeps you on the edge of your seat, you are in for an

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  • Get ready for spirit jugs

    Dani Krabbe and Stephanie Thompson Staff Writers     This is a great way to pass an hour or so on a weekend afternoon in October. You Will Need: clean gallon milk jugs black permanent marker craft knife string of clear low-wattage Christmas lights   Step One: Draw some spooky faces on your milk jugs.

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  • Halloween wreath

    Dani Krabbe & Stephanie Thompson Staff Writers   Here’s a spooky craft that will look great on your dorm room door! What you’ll need: 16-inch Styrofoam floral wreath form (ours is 2 inches thick and 2 1/2 inches wide) 1 yard faux-fur fabric black marker ruler 10 Ping-Pong balls duct tape ball-head pins, 1 inch

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  • Costume poll

     Megan Phillips Staff Writer As the Halloween holiday is coming to a near, of course the first thing people think of is the costumes. Around Wilmington, you can buy costumes at Wal-Mart, Big Lots, and even Goodwill. If you don’t have the money to buy a costume, the easiest thing to do is to make

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  • Recipes for the season

    Dani Krabbe, Stephanie Thompson Staff Writers October is a month that brings to mind Football gatherings, keeping warm, and getting creative. When spending time with friends, why not spice things up with a crafty treat? For the month of October check The Witness for new ways to busy up your spare time. Chocolate Nutty Mini-Footballs

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  • Cardboard Village sets sail

    A. J. Ganger Staff Writer   From 8 p.m. on September 28 to 5 a.m. the next morning, students went to the service house to participate in Cardboard Village. Organizations around campus came together to build cardboard houses in which they would sleep that night. “The purpose of this event is to help raise awareness

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  • Fitness challenge begins Oct. 8

    [polldaddy poll=6573705] Starting with sign-ups on October 8th from 7 to 8 p.m. in the Pyle Fitness Center, the WC Wellness & Health Promotions Committee is sponsoring a six week fitness challenge. Students who participate are encouraged to exercise thirty minutes each day, and all successful students will receive a prize.

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  • 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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  • Wednesday worship open for all

    Joe Ledington Staff Writer     Every Wednesday there is a campus Weekly Worship in the T. Canby Jones Meeting House, next to the Quaker Heritage Center, for anyone interested in taking a few minutes out of his or her busy week for quiet reflection, prayer, fellowship and spiritual inspiration.   The Weekly Worship meeting

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  • 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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