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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.  […]

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 […]


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 […]

Maraya Wahl Staff Writer At Wilmington College, it is apparent to all students, faculty, and people passing by that the way that campus looks on the outside is of great importance.  The grounds are kept up very well, leaving beautiful scenery for everybody to admire.  Whether it be winter or summer, taking care of the […]


Maraya Wahl Staff Writer  “Movies will make you famous; Television will make you rich; But theatre will make you good.”  This quote said by author Terrence Mann could not be more accurate, especially in light of the theatre productions at Wilmington College.  Featuring many talented students, the production Blithe Spirit was presented from April 10th […]

Taylor L. Turner Political Writer             While Hobby Lobby awaits the Supreme Court’s decision on the scope of a corporation’s   first amendment rights, a documentary addressing the abuse of Muslim women within radical Islamic countries is battling freedom of speech repression. The new documentary, called “Honor Diaries,” exposes violent practices that occur to women, including […]

Arista Roesch Editorial         Whoever said punk was dead was in a real culture shock in the 1990s and early 2000s (if cocaine or other drugs didn’t kill them off by then). This period is known in the indie world as our ‘post-punk revival’. In 1997, the married (but now divorced) duo of Meg and Jack […]