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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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An Open Letter About Greek Life, Integrity, and Doing What Is Right

Gus Sevastos Editorial             This is not going to be an examination of the incident at the Gobbler house on Halloween. This is not going to be an article defending what may or may not have happened, or even defending Greek Life as something that people outside of it may not understand. I’m not going to justify anyone’s actions to you, and I don’t have to. A majority of you have made up your mind on how you feel about the situation and what you perceive the truth of the…

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‘Greek Games’ encourages friendly competition

Megan Phillips and Dylan Swormstedt Staff Writers Every year, members of the Greek community compete in the Greek Games.  This is a competition between the Greek organizations at Wilmington College in various events.  There were five events that took place in the fall including: bed race, volleyball, dodge ball, quiz bowl, and an eating contest. The remaining events in the competition occurred from March 25-27, plus Airband on April 3. There were six events that took place this spring consisting of: bowling, water relay, crab soccer, obstacle course, water polo,…

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‘Greek Games’ underway

 Megan Phillips Staff Writer   All Greeks get ready! This week the Greek games have started back up and the winner will be chosen. On Monday, Greek organizations bowled at Royal Z Lanes with the Phi Alpha Psi Sweethearts getting the top score. The games continue Tuesday with crab soccer and the obstacle course; Wednesday the water relay and water polo competition will take place in the pool in Hermann Court. Air Band has been moved to Thursday, April 4 in the Top of Pyle. Greek Games has always been…

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Greek Games begin Monday

Megan Phillips Staff Writer   Every year the Greek Organizations on campus partake in what they call “Greek Games.” Each semester the games are different. This Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, the Greek Games will start again. All fraternities and sororities on campus. On Monday, a volleyball tournament will be played at Hermann Court starting at nine. Tuesday’s event is a dodge ball tournament, to be played at the YMCA at 9p.m. On Wednesday, an eating contest and quiz bowl will take place at the top at 9p.m. Next semester, the…

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