Farewell to Dandelion

Crayola has officially announced that the crayon color “Dandelion,” one of the original crayons in the 24-pack, will be retiring to make room for

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Too Many Reboots

The past couple years have become a spectacle of nostalgia when it comes to entertainment, especially with television shows and movies. The forever-idolized ’90s favorites have resurfaced, creating reunion TV shows such as “Fuller House,” “Girl Meets World” and “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.”

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The One Banque That’s Open Late

When somebody walks up to you and says, “Let’s go to The Banque,” usually you don’t think of a club. However, on East Little Creek Road in Norfolk there is a spot serving exactly what VWC students need to experience an enjoyable and upbeat night.

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Theatre Bends Gender

The Virginia Wesleyan College theatre completed their production of “She Stoops to Conquer” by Oliver Goldsmith on March 12 after a five show run.

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Freshmen in Village IV

I remember my freshman year like it was yesterday. Freshman year was a time when I was figuring out who I was while also navigating my new environment at VWC

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Controversial Betsy DeVos confirmed Secretary of Education in tie vote

Donald Trump’s pick for Secretary of Education, Elizabeth “Betsy” DeVos, was confirmed in a tied Senate vote broken by Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday, Feb. 7. According to the Washington Post, this was the first time that a vice president’s vote was needed to confirm a Cabinet member.

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