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The Witness Newspaper
  • Winter weather brings sickness

    Whitney Anderson Staff Writer As winter quickly approaches, the outbreak of flu and cold symptoms have become a major issue amongst students and faculty. For most students, the clothing they wore during the summer has become a thing of the past as the weather quickly changes. It has become imperative for most students to keep

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  • Feeling festive?

    Toni Penwell Staff Writer Nothing to do on the weekend?  Check out some of the fabulous festivals around Wilmington in October.  All three of these options are within 1-2 hours of the WC campus.  The first is the Yellow Springs Street Fair, held on Saturday, Oct. 8from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Enjoy an “international

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  • Service on campus is bigger than the student

    Quatez Scott Staff Writer A couple of weeks ago, the Wilmington College community welcomed Happy Johnson as the first issues and artist speaker of this year. His message to college students was very simple: service. As college students, it can be very easy to worry about the classes you have coming up, assignments, or sports

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  • TEAC reviews Wilmington College education program

    Toni Penwell Staff Writer  The Education Department at Wilmington College is being evaluated by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC).  TEAC is “dedicated to helping educator preparation programs improve and be accountable for their quality,” according to the organization’s website. “Before the TEAC team left they told us that our program would probably move forward

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  • APB and Chakeres team up for student tickets

    Sahe Wright Staff Writer The Wilmington College APB and the Wilmington Chakeres Theatre have joined forces to create a deal for students. Every week, 16 tickets will be available for students to buy at a cost of only $2 each.  These tickets are to be redeemed at the Chakeres Theatre at the Wilmington Plaza, next

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  • Increase in oral cancers linked to HPV

    Article by CNN Health http://www.cnn.com/ The human papillomavirus is contributing to the growing number of head and neck cancers in the United States, according to a new study Monday in the Journal of Clinical Oncology. The study found that the number of cases of oropharyngeal cancer – cancers of the tonsil, back of the mouth

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  • TKB and Omegas win bed races

    TKB and Omegas won the bed races in this year’s fall homecoming festivities at Wilmington College. “This is the first time I’ve seen them win,” said Dorothy Gurtweiler, communication arts professor at Wilmington College. (Photos contributed by Dorothy Gurtweiler)

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  • Hit me with your best shot

    Leah Phillips Staff Writer Nine teams participated in last Thursday’s annual mud volleyball competition, presented by the Student Alumni Association. The games played were extremely competitive and highly intense. All teams showed sportsmanship and played for fun, said and SAA representative.             Between the mud flinging, those present enjoyed Papa Johns pizza and hot chocolate

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  • WC students raise awarenes for homeless shelter

    Students build cardboard houses to live in for the night to help raise awareness for homelessness. From left to right are Corbin Hellwarth, Megan McDonough, and Morgan Smith. Victoria Burcham Staff Writer One hundred eighty students slept in homemade cardboard houses for the Annual Cardboard Village on Friday, Sept. 23.  Behind the Center for Service

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  • WC celebrates homecoming

    Victoria Burcham Staff Writer Last weekend was Wilmington College’s Homecoming. The theme was “Escape to Paradise.” Many festivities, such as a banner contest, bonfire, and dance, took place on campus. The banner contest was judged by Student Government Association. The winner was the Aggies with a pig, sheep, and cow playing on the beach with the

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