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The Witness Newspaper
  • What’s Black and White and Nothing More?

    “Zero Shades of Grey” is a program that states that sexual assault is black & white with no space in between. Throughout the process of overcoming sexual assault, there are three stages. Stage one is being the victim. Stage two is being a survivor. Stage three is becoming a creator. The three stages are important

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  • One Moment in Time Becomes One Movement in History

    On Oct. 6, 2018, the Women’s March organized an event with the hashtag “Cancel Kavanaugh.” This march was formed on the premise surrounding the sexual assault allegations towards Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court of the United States. A little background information on the judicial processes in the United States: Nominees who

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  • Westheimer Peace Symposium Discusses Issues at Home

    On Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018, Wilmington College hosted its annual Westheimer Peace Symposium. For most students, it was a day off to catch up on homework and sleep, but for our new freshman and a few upperclassmen, it was a day of eye-opening experiences and learning. This year’s topic, chosen by the Westheimer Peace Symposium

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  • College Offers Trip to Costa Rica

    Wilmington College is offering a study-and-service trip to Costa Rica from May 14-22. There is a possibility that credit can be earned for TR330G. Some highlights of the anticipated trip include: visiting an orchard farm, hiking Santa Elena Cloud Forest, and traveling through the Tilaran Mountain Range. Dillon Davidson, a Wilmington College graduate who went

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  • It’s the Most “Spooky”ful Time of the Year

    Halloween, a time for tricks and treats, scary movies, sweaters, and volunteering! This upcoming fall, during the spookiest season of all, the Wilmington Park Services Department will be hosting their annual Trunk-or-Treat, and as always, Wilmington College will be there to lend a helping hand! Trunk-or-Treat allows for a controlled, safe setting for fang-tastic festivities,

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  • Individuals: They’rrre Great!

    On Sept. 17, 2018, Jason Dixon came to Wilmington College to talk to students about taking care of themselves and empowering his audience to think, “I’m kind of a big deal” about themselves. During his presentation, Dixon talked about how telling yourself “you are important” helps with prioritizing your life and what is most important

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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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  • Bikers Against Child Abuse Ride into Wilmington

    On Sept. 10, Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA) came to Wilmington College to talk about the intensity of child abuse. The purpose of this group is to create a safer environment for abused children. Not only does this community work towards a safer environment, the members also try to empower abused children to not feel

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