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Need a Beer?

Throughout time, cities were built and destroyed, kingdoms rose and fell, but one thing is certain: They had plenty of beer along the way. Some scholars say beer has been around for 7,000 years, a concoction that arrived soon after barley was sown into the ground. WilmU adjunct Matt Barth, who teaches College of Arts & Sciences’ The Craft of Beer (CUL 303), knows that while it’s been…
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Rollin’ On The River

Yvette Buckner-Rouse started a new business five minutes after graduating. Now she’s calling the shots at Wilmington’s burgeoning Riverfront. It took Yvette Buckner-Rouse all of five minutes to walk from the stage at commencement to the opening day of her new…
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Joint Efforts In Jersey

Wilmington University’s partnerships with community colleges in southern New Jersey build bridges to academic success. Rowan College at Burlington County For Madison Humphries, learning and earning go hand in hand. “My mom always pushed me to stay busy,” she says. “I…
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Olympic Quest

Four graduate students get a taste of what it takes to produce world-class athletes. John D. Hair’s sculpture “Olympic Strength” at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado — home to athletes and coaches who they train for the next Olympic Games. Calling it “a childhood dream,” Manon Neal just had to do it — she couldn’t help herself. She got a…
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