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A Tribute to Trip Breen

Arista Roesch Staff Writer                 At Wilmington College, it’s no secret that students have the opportunity to become close with their professors and coaches. But there are times when their impacts on students aren’t fully recognized, and we can sometimes take these relationships for granted. College is a hard time, mentally, emotionally, and even physically, and with many of us being away from our families, we come to rely on the figures here on campus to get us through the tough times.                 In honor of all his help getting…

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Editorial: Track team to practice on sidewalk ‘until further notice’

Jake Sydnor A Letter to the Editor For the past month, the Wilmington College track and field team has been removed from practicing on the track, to practicing in the 50 meter-long front hallway of Hermann Court and the sidewalks in front of freshmen dorm Austin-Pickett. Although they have had nearly a year and a half to do so, administration has failed to purchase the safety equipment needed to border lacrosse practice. Because of this, the varsity track and field team, which has had five national champions and more than…

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Marchin’ on to the playoffs

  The Wilmington men’s basketball is going on to the playoffs with confidence of winning OAC. Henrik Hornnaess Staff Writer In a close game Wilmington sealed the win in the last minute to make it 50-47 over Otterbein in the Ohio Athletic Conference Wednesday night at Fred Raizk Arena in Herman Court. Wilmington did not play their best game, but at the end they did the job to secure the win with help from the usual reserves. One of them was senior Taylor Kin. ”We didn’t play our best game,…

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