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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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Theft Arises on Campus

A.J. Ganger Chief Editor  Everyone around campus and the world knows about the events that took place at the Gobbler house on Halloween. Little do others know that there is a bigger issue happening on our very own campus. On the weekend of November 9th and 10th, a series of apartment in the commons were broken into. The person responsible for this left no sign of forced entry. The other sketchy part of these break-ins is that the person only stole one or two items from these apartments. “The person…

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