You are here

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:…

Read More

Wednesday worship open for all

Joe Ledington Staff Writer     Every Wednesday there is a campus Weekly Worship in the T. Canby Jones Meeting House, next to the Quaker Heritage Center, for anyone interested in taking a few minutes out of his or her busy week for quiet reflection, prayer, fellowship and spiritual inspiration.   The Weekly Worship meeting starts at 12:15 p.m. and lasts for about 30 minutes. It is a chance for students, staff and faculty to gather and reflect on spiritual life. The meeting normally has a speaker who might be…

Read More

Quaker basketball team excites fans with thrilling comeback win

Sports Information Wilmington College overcame a 13-point deficit in the closing minutes of play to hand Ohio Athletic Conference-leading Capital a 55-53 loss at Fred Raizk Arena Wednesday night. The Quakers are now 7-4 in the OAC, 9-7 overall. Capital is now tied with John Carroll atop the conference at 8-3; the Crusaders are 11-7 overall. “Obviously, it was a huge win for us. Capital has played such great basketball of late, and this was a really important win for us to stay in the hunt, if we really have…

Read More