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Traveling is many things. We travel to explore, for adventure, to see the sights and to experience the new. We go on journeys, pilgrimages, and vacations. Here, at Wilmington College, we travel for all of those reasons …and more. We travel to help our world and to change ourselves for the better. We travel to learn.  […]

Maraya Wahl Staff Writer “Welcome to Wilmington!”: the phrase of the week on Wilmington College’s campus.  But even better would be “Welcome home,” because WC has become a home to many of the returning students.  Wilmington is known for its tight-knit and welcoming atmosphere to all who attend, starting from the very beginning of the […]

Maraya Wahl Staff Writer “Welcome to Wilmington!”: the phrase of the week on Wilmington College’s campus.  But even better would be “Welcome home,” because WC has become a home to many of the returning students.  Wilmington is known for its tight-knit and welcoming atmosphere to all who attend, starting from the very beginning of the […]

Ashley Fox Staff Writer  The History:             For most American children these days, Labor Day is just a day off from school all too soon but well appreciated after the long summer break and vacationing. It is celebrated with cook outs, picnics, and parades, but with little understanding of the holiday. For American and Canadian […]

  Taylor Turner Political Writer      The President’s August 28th remarks involving the terrorist organization ISIS has produced heavy criticism. During the conference, the President stated that the administration does not “have a strategy yet” on how to address the growing threat of ISIS in Syria. These remarks sparked renewed criticism on the President’s lack […]

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 […]

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Ashley Fox Staff Writer On April 15th, the Wilmington College Black Student Initiative (BSI) organization presented it’s 10th annual “No Offense…But” program. Students were able to write down any question they had about the opposite sex, gender, race, or stereotype in Pyle during lunch and dinner hours the week prior to the event. These questions […]

Taylor L. Turner Political Writer  On Monday, April 21, the city of Boston held its first marathon race since last year’s deadly bombing.  The April 15, 2013 attack left three individuals dead and wounded 260 others when the Tsarnaev brother’s homemade bombs exploded among the Marathon crowd. Although the city of Boston somberly reflected on […]