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The Witness Newspaper
  • Fall Orientation 2012

     A.J. Ganger Staff Writer On the weekend of August 16 through the 19, the class of 2016 was welcomed onto campus. It all started with the move-in crew helping every single new student move all of their belongings into the Austin-Pickett dorms. Energy was the key in completing this task. Every new freshmen was greeted

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  • Free advice for freshman

    Dani Krabbe Staff Writer   The transition from high school to college is a big step in a young adult’s life. To make this move a little easier here is some advice from some people that have been around the block here at Wilmington College, the experienced and knowledgeable upperclassmen.      Senior, Michelle Reiber

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  • Quakers fight to get in shape

    Morgan Smith Editor Feel the burn. Smell the sweat. See the results. It’s a new semester and Quakers are hitting it off by hitting the gym. Even though Wilmington students no longer have free access to the Clinton County Family YMCA, there are great new options for staying fit on campus. Over the summer, renovations

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  • Land of confusion

    Gus Sevastos Editorial and Staff Writer The purpose of this writing is not to shock or anger you, not get you to vote for a particular candidate, not to start heated debates, or to call for an overthrow of our government. The purpose of this article is to get you to think about our country.

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  • New students, new beginnings

    Megan Phillips Staff Writer    Congratulations everyone; you have made it through your first week of school. For most students, the first week back to school can be the longest week of their lives. For freshmen or transfer students, it can be the most stressful and confusing week. Freshman and Wilmington High School graduate Lauren

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  • Senior turns adversity in to motivation

    Quatez Scott Staff Writer     Matt after the Senior Recognition Ceremony Adversity can either make or break the spirit of someone. When faced with adversity, some people succumb to the pressure it puts them under—for others, they deal with it. Wilmington College senior Matt Bates is no stranger to what adversity can do. Just

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  • One act plays a success

    Jordan Ann Holt Staff Writer     The One Act Play Festival is a student lead production here at Wilmington. It was held Thursday and Friday April 12th and 13th at 7:30 in the Heiland Theater. Each student from the college’s directing class produced their own show—it is their final grade for the class. They

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  • Clock ticking for seniors

    Jordan Ann Holt, Staff Writer     As this school year winds down, for some, for others, it is wrapping up. This is the final month for the senior class of 2012 at Wilmington College. No more sleeping in, skipping class when the weather is nice; no more Wilmington Wednesdays or Thirsty Thursdays, and no more hanging out

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  • Apartment placement information

    Jordan Anne Holt Staff Writer Housing arrangements are coming up soon; it is time to figure out where you want to live next year and whom you want to live with. Before making your decision where you want to apply, you might want to learn a little more about the housing process. There are two apartment

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