Wilmington College’s Mystery of the Easter Eggs

Two weeks down the road from Easter and Easter Eggs are still appearing around campus. These mystery Easter Eggs seem to be coming from belated Easter Egg hunts, including the recent hunt in the Arboretum, the bowling team’s promotional Easter Egg hunt with candy and an advertisement about the team, and the halls in Austin-Pickett doing an egg hunt on the 28th. Yet there seem to be other eggs appearing and no one knows where they come from. Yet there seem to be other eggs appearing and no one knows…

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To a Wilmington College student on this crazy college journey…

Congratulations! At this point you have now almost completed either your first, second, or third year here at Wilmington College! Regardless of where you are in that journey, this letter is for you. As a graduating senior, about to leave this safety net I love to call home, I want to give you some advice from things that I learned along the way. Some of it you may have already learned, but hear me out anyways. The first and most important piece of advice I can give anyone is to…

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AK Rustic Photography, WC Student’s Self-Made Business, Partners with Everyday Chic

AK Rustic Photography, started by Wilmington College student Amanda Kratzer, partnered with Everyday Chic Boutique in a seasonal photoshoot. Amanda has studied Business Administration for two years. “I was at WC for a semester before realizing that the class schedule wasn’t feasible as a mom of three kids, wife and starting a business. I still plan to go back to WC in the next year and focus on public relations to better my business.” Photography was left as a hobby for Amanda as she went to school for business and…

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Free Speech Debate Arises After UC Berkeley Campus Cancels Speaker

On Monday, April 24, the Berkeley College Republicans and the Young America’s Foundation filed a lawsuit against the University of California, Berkeley campus following their cancellation of Ann Coulter’s scheduled speech on campus. Coulter, a provocative conservative personality, was scheduled to speak on Thursday, April 27, but the address was cancelled due to security concerns. Earlier this year, violent protests erupted on Berkeley’s campus preventing Milo Yiannopoulos, another provocative conservative personality, from giving an address on campus.   The plaintiffs’ legal argument states that the campus’s “time, place, and manner”…

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Dear Friend, You Will Be Missed: In Memory of Megan Elizabeth Louallen

Megan Elizabeth Louallen, a smiling friend, a hard-working mother, a diligent student, and an honorable member of Greek life. Words can’t describe how the Wilmington College campus is feeling. We are grieving for a life lost too soon, yet thankful for all of the wonderful memories. If Megan was with us today, she would be making us laugh and feel welcomed in her presence. If Megan was with us today, she would be making us laugh and feel welcomed in her presence. Megan, a 2015 graduate of Wilmington College, was…

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Horsemen’s Association Improves Equine Program for WC

The Wilmington College (WC) Horsemen’s Association is an on-campus organization that tries to educate members about the equine industry. Horsemen’s Association is a club that goes to horse related events in the surrounding area, and also puts on events for members. The club was formed for people who want to participate in equine related events, without being on the equestrian team. President of the Horsemen’s Association, Brianna Akam said, “We try and learn more about the different industries and also help out our own equine program.  People don’t have to…

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Wilmington College Earth Day Kick Off

Wilmington College Agriculture Department held an Earth Day Kick Off on April 20th in the Pyle Parking Lot on campus. The Agriculture department presented three tractors, a sheep, a goat, a fresh (right from the college farm garden) make your own salad bar, gave away mini trees for people to plant, and let you write on the sidewalk something you would do to help save the Earth. “I was able to stop by the Earth Day activities briefly,” shared student Maraya Wahl. “I was one of the first forty to…

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Balancing Mental Health and Your College Education

What is it like balancing mental health and your college education? Answer is, not the easiest thing in the world. You always have that shadow lingering over you. Telling you to give up, or don’t finish that class assignment, or to just sleep your days away. Whether you have depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, PTSD, etc; you know what it’s like living with life trying to figure out if you want to make it to the next day. College life is rough for us in one way or another. So what…

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Environmental Science: A Trip to the Cincinnati Zoo

On Tuesday, April 18, Kendra Cipollini’s Environmental Science class traveled to the Cincinnati Zoo for a field trip. This has not been the first field trip. Throughout the semester, the class has traveled to many places including the water treatment plant, the landfill, and next week, an organic farm. The purpose of these trips is to give the class an opportunity to see firsthand what we are learning about for that week. One student said, “I really enjoy going on the field trips with the class because it allows us…

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WC’s 2017 Student Honor Convocation Awards Deserving Upperclassmen

Select Wilmington College seniors and juniors were inducted into Green Key and Who’s Who and one student received the Lucas Award for Outstanding Leadership on Sunday 23 at 1 p.m. Over 100 students were in attendance. Megan Canfield, graduating with degrees in Psychology and Political Communications for Social Change, won the Lucas Award. “I was really shocked when I realized President Jim was talking about me in his speech,” shared Megan. “People are telling me now that I shouldn’t be surprised but I feel like there are so many giving…

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