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My time as a Marlin

While getting an education here at Virginia Wesleyan University, or anywhere else for that matter, may not be all fun or may not always seem like it’s for you, it…

State of College Admissions following the coronavirus pandemic

Deciding where to attend college is a huge decision for high school seniors, and one of the biggest ones they will likely ever make. As if the senior class of…

Non-essential student employees left “high and dry”

With students leaving VWU to go back home, many have lost valuable income in positions both on- and off-campus. The recent changes in the coronavirus’s spread and the consequent “stay…

Coronavirus thwarts travel

An email sent out to faculty and students by Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dr. Maynard Schaus told students the current status of precautionary measures being taken by the university…

Campus network update

For months now, Virginia Wesleyan University has been dealing with network issues related to the gray hat cyber attack back in December. Since the initial attack, a cyber security team…

Coronavirus global impact grows

The coronavirus continues to spread, with many now seeing notable effects in the United States and the global economy at large. The coronavirus, a deadly respiratory illness, has transversed several…

Ethics team wins championship

The Virginia Wesleyan ethics bowl team captured the 2020 Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges (VFIC) championship. The team has not obtained this feat since 2000.  This year’s team consisted of…

Norfolk Zoo aids Australia

“Australia is being ravaged by the worst wildfires seen in decades, with large swaths of the country devastated since the fire season began in late July,” as reported by CNN. …

Virginia elections: the results are in

The November election results are in.  It is time to look at how the races fared and what impact the Wesleyan community had on Election Day. According to The New…

NATO war simulation engages students

Over a dozen Virginia Wesleyan students spent the week at the NATO Innovation Hub, working alongside military officials to simulate a war game. Virginia Wesleyan University’s unique relationship with the…