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Student ResearchStudent-led Projects

At Wilmington College, we’ve cultivated a culture of HANDS-ON LEARNING that extends throughout our students’ academic journey and into the rest of their lives. You’ll have the opportunity to conduct self-directed research and produce works under the guidance of our expert faculty.

Publications Board Office

The Publication Board is responsible for the supervision of the production and budget for the three student publications. The Board, chaired by the Vice-President of the Student Government Association (SGA), is comprised of the editors of the three publications and two students appointed by SGA. These publications are The Witness, The Wilmingtonian, and The Woodhouse. The Board meets on a weekly basis throughout the year. Students interested in any of the publications should contact Box 1268.

Student Research

Students in many disciplines across campus produce publishable research projects and reports each year. Check out recent research by our Athletic Training and Biology students!

The Wilmingtonian (Yearbook)

The Wilmingtonian is the College yearbook. It is available to the College community every fall and depicts the events of the previous year. Those students interested in working on the yearbook should write to Pyle Box 640.

The Woodhouse (Literary Magazine)

The Woodhouse is the campus literary magazine, which highlights students ‘ and staff poetry, fiction and nonfiction; artwork and photography. It is published once a year. Students interested in working and/or submitting entries for the magazine should submit to Pyle Box 648.

Quaker Tank FilmingQuaker Media

Students working in the Department of Communication Arts produce video features, radio shows, a newspaper and more!
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Comm GardensSustainability Project

WC Community Gardens

Managed by WC students and community families, Wilmington College Community Gardens works to increase the access to fresh food for families, promote the benefits of local food production and raise awareness of self-sustainability in our daily food habits regardless of socioeconomic status or economic opportunity.

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