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Goodbye, Farewell and Amen

Gus Sevastos Editorial  “Lucky I’m sane after all I’ve been through,
 I can’t complain but sometimes I still do.” -The Eagles, “Life’s Been Good” This started off being just another one of those sleepless nights spent staring at the ceiling of my room, listening to music on my ipod, and trying to sleep but knowing it will never come. As things have begun to wind down during the end of my senior I am fortunate that I have been blessed with something we so often take for granted: time. In…

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Senior Superlative: The Five Things You Should Do Before You Graduate College

Gus Sevastos Editorial                   As some of you may not know, my tenure as a Quaker is quickly coming to an end. With my college years nearing their conclusion and the icy cold grasp of the real world upon me, I’ve decided to put together a list not only for the benefit of my fellow seniors, but also for my soon-to-be-seniors and the rest of the student body. Without further to do, the five things you should do before you graduate college:…

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Recent Wilmington grad visits European United Nations

Pat Carroll Wilmington Alumnus Pat Carroll stands before the United Nations European Headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland This summer I was lucky enough to spend two weeks in Geneva, Switzerland.  Geneva is the European headquarters of the United Nations and home to countless international governmental and nongovernmental organizations. Thanks to the generous donation from the Isaac Harvey Fund I was able to attend the Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO) Geneva Summer School (GSS) in the famed city. The QUNO office in Geneva describes itself as a Quaker presence at the United Nations, representing Friends…

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