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BSI Presents “No Offense…But”

Ashley Fox Staff Writer On April 15th, the Wilmington College Black Student Initiative (BSI) organization presented it’s 10th annual “No Offense…But” program. Students were able to write down any question they had about the opposite sex, gender, race, or stereotype in Pyle during lunch and dinner hours the week prior to the event. These questions were then presented to a panel of students that represented 8 different categories: Athletes, Greek organizations, Aggies, White/Blacks, LGBT, Cuban/Hispanic, International Students, and Multicultural students. The program was held from 7:30-9:00p.m at the Top and…

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Thousands attend livestock judging contest

Henrik Hornaess Photography Editor More than 1000 high school students from around Ohio competed in Wilmington College’s Livestock contest Wednesday. The contest is an opportunity for young students with a future in agriculture to show off their skills at judging swine, sheep, horses and beef and dairy cattle. This was the 54 annual Livestock Judging Contest at Wilmington College. The competition is known as the largest of its kind east of the Mississippi and one of the largest attractions in the country when it comes to agriculture; typically it is among…

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Aggies hold annual “Barnyard Olympics”

Kara Pontones Staff Writer   On Thursday October 11th, the Aggies and Collegiate 4-H groups held their annual Barn Yard Olympics. To compete in the Olympics, participants needed to have teams consisting of five people. With an increase in participants this year, there were a total of four teams that competed. The Barnyard games consisted of sack races, straw stacking, roping, an egg toss, and an obstacle course which included a tire flip, human wheel-barrow race, a four-person ski race, milk chug, and a pedal tractor race. “Even though there…

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Aggies welcome freshmen

  Kara Pontones Staff Writer     It’s not too often you smell the aroma of grilling when you pass by a farm; however, that is exactly what you would have smelled had you passed the Wilmington College Farm last Thursday. The Wilmington College Aggies and Collegiate 4-H clubs hosted their annual “Aggies Cookout” to welcome back returning members and incoming freshmen, as well as to kick off the new school year by holding their first meeting. Aggies President, Josh Keith, led the meeting with an ice-breaker so the new…

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