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Homecoming weekend

October 03, 2011

Queen Rachel Kent and King Quatez Scott

Queen Rachel Kent and King Quatez Scott

 Contributed by Kelsey Sullivan

This past weekend was Homecoming Weekend at Wilmington College. Friday night we had a hypnotist come and put on a show at the TOP. The TOP is the name of the cafeteria at Wilmington College. It is located on top of the Pyle Center, which is the second floor. Saturday was the big day of the weekend! In the morning we had Greek (frats & sororities) bed races where the Greeks race beds and compete against each other! After that we had the judging of the homecoming banners and then the football game at two o'clock. Unfortunately our Quakers did not win, But it still fun to see the homecoming king and queen at halftime! Later on that night there was a homecoming dance in the McCoy building, next to the Watson Library, that was put on by APB which is an organization that puts on many events and activities for the students of Wilmington College. After the homecoming dance I went to one of the frat houses, Sigma Zeta house, which most students just shorten down to the Sig house. Finally the weekend had to come to an end. Sunday, I went home to visit and hang out with my family, get some laundry done and catch up on some homework. I had a great homecoming weekend. Stay tuned and keep updated with mine and other student bloggers posts to see what happening at Wilmington College.

Tags: athletics , Events , football , Friends , Homecoming , McCoy , Quakers , students , Watson Library , Wilmington College

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Where did this month go?

September 30, 2011

 Contributed by Brad Fuller

 

I can’t believe September is almost gone! This means that I will be changing my rotation for Wilmington College Athletic Training next week. This month, I was with the women’s soccer team. Next month, I will be at a local chiropractic clinic for half of the month and at Dayton Sports Medicine Institute (DSMI) the other half of the month. These locations are both off campus and will be my first off campus rotations that aren’t directly athletic training. I believe that this will be a good experience because it will give me a chance to see other medical professionals practice and how the whole medical system is interconnected. Once I graduate from Wilmington College, my goal is to go to Physical Therapy School. The great thing about Wilmington College’s Athletic Training program is that you can get clinical experience in many different fields so you can find out if you are interested in something, or so you can know the different professions that Athletic Trainers can refer athletes to. I will be looking forward to the physical therapy clinic rotation!

In other news, this weekend is homecoming here! If you can, come support the football team as they play Muskingum at 2p.m. at home!
 

Tags: Athletic Training , athletics , football , Homecoming , Wilmington College

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