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Housing Restrictions

Kaitlyn Brewer Staff Writer Most colleges require students to live on campus during their freshman and sophomore years, but Wilmington College requires all full-time students to live in the residence halls for eight consecutive semesters or until they are 23. “We are a residential college to start with. Primarily since 1870 most students have lived on campus,” Michael R. Allbright, Assistant Dean of Students for Housing and Residence Life, said. “The criteria was different in the 90s because there wasn’t enough physical space for students to live. We only had…

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Up in the Air: Frisbee on Campus

Maraya Wahl Staff Writer      Sports are a significant part of the atmosphere of Wilmington College, and sports with values that reflect Wilmington College’s standards are of upmost importance.  Two sports that are growing not only at a fast pace in the nation, but in Wilmington itself are, Disc Golf and Ultimate Frisbee.  The interest of students and the initiative of key members of Wilmington College staff have made these sports more of a possibility on the WC campus.      Eric Guindon, director of the Peace Resource Center,…

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