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The Witness Newspaper
  • Halloween attraction review

    Stephanie Thompson and Dani Krabbe Staff Writers   If you have been seeking out to enjoy a Haunted Halloween experience, you don’t have to go further than Wilmington’s Haunted Hollow Ride. Open from dusk to midnight, every Friday and Saturday through October 31st, this Haunted Hollow ride is sure to shock you around every turn.

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  • Faculty, students, alumni celebrate women in agriculture

    Kara Pontones Staff Writer     On Thursday, October 25, Wilmington College held their Women in Ag luncheon. This year’s event was titled, “Defying the Status Quo,” as guest speaker and WC alumnus, Susan Buckham, discussed the changing roles of women in the industry.   Susan Buckham graduated from Wilmington College in 1985 with a

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  • RSA Carnival

    A.J. Ganger Staff Writer On October 16, the RSA hosted their first carnival outside of the Pyle Center. Organizations came together and had their own tables with games of their choice. All of the money they made went to their organization. Some of games at the carnival were a ring toss and guess that song.

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  • Aggies hold annual “Barnyard Olympics”

    Kara Pontones Staff Writer   On Thursday October 11th, the Aggies and Collegiate 4-H groups held their annual Barn Yard Olympics. To compete in the Olympics, participants needed to have teams consisting of five people. With an increase in participants this year, there were a total of four teams that competed. The Barnyard games consisted

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  • 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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