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2014 Boston Marathon Triumph

Taylor L. Turner Political Writer  On Monday, April 21, the city of Boston held its first marathon race since last year’s deadly bombing.  The April 15, 2013 attack left three individuals dead and wounded 260 others when the Tsarnaev brother’s homemade bombs exploded among the Marathon crowd. Although the city of Boston somberly reflected on this tragedy during Monday’s race, the city ultimately arose triumphant in the success of this year’s marathon. One million individuals attended the race to show their support of the participants, twice the size of the…

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Greek Rush Schedule Fall 2013

Bekah Muchmore Staff Writer Attention everyone: Rush for all Greeks is finally here. Rush is a time for potential new members to meet one another and see if they would be a good fit in each organization. Greeks want to meet you and the only way they can is by having everyone come and get to know them. Remembering rush, Jamie Crane said,  “It confirmed that I felt at home and I found out what values the organization had”. There are different events at each rush so you shouldn’t just…

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Love Truly Is the Movement

 Arista Roesch Staff Writer September 9th marked the beginning of National Suicide Prevention Week and was, unfortunately, missed by many. But those of us who has experienced the tragedy of that kind of loss and who have suffered though that internal battle, more than recognized the event. Statistics show that 2 out of every 3 people ages 15-24 are struggling with depression and not getting help. Untreated depression is the leading cause of suicide and, among this age group, suicide is the 3rd leading cause of death. Reading these statistics…

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Welcome Week 2013

By Maraya Wahl Staff Writer    This is an exciting week for Wilmington College!  There is an entirely new group of freshmen coming  to begin their education, and they are also given the chance to be involved in the fun activities that are found around campus.  Last week was orientation week, and many students have already started friendships with one another.  The week was filled with a range of activities from service projects to dances, giving them many chances to socialize and have a good time.  Although people are starting to…

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