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Construction begins outside Boyd Dining Hall

Virginia Wesleyan students are no stranger to renovations and improvements around campus, and the construction outside of Boyd Dining Center is one more project for students to look forward to.…

COVID-19 cases rise with one month left of semester

According to the past several updates from the Emergency Response Team, there has been a steady increase of COVID-19 cases. There were three confirmed cases between March 12 and March…

Parties differ on nomination method for statewide offices

Virginia’s Republicans will be voting through a process of an unassembled convention on May 8, and Virginia’s Democrats will be voting through the primary method on June 8.           Voters…

BHC initiates fifth year with new Dean

On the morning of March 15, students, faculty and staff were greeted with a “Nota Bene” from President Miller announcing the new Dean of the Batten Honors College (BHC), Dr.…

Survey shows campus vaccination progress

A survey regarding public opinion about COVID-19 and the vaccination process was compiled by Chronicle staff and shared via email and social media to the VWU campus community. It was…

Digital media lab provides space for multitude of functions

Two weeks ago, Virginia Wesleyan University installed seventeen computers and terminals, along with MIDI controllers, in the new Digital Media Lab located in the recently renovated Susan T. Beverly Hall.…

Virtual climate action summit connects students

Virginia Wesleyan University served as a host for the 2021 Climate Action Pursuit event. This event was held virtually from February 24 to February 26. Professors, faculty members and students…

New program builds foundation for first-year students

WesBridge is a new program coming to VWU that allows incoming freshmen to get a head start on their college course load. Participants in the program will take the four-credit…

Enrollment Office adapts to COVID-related adversities

In spite of hesitations caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, application and enrollment numbers at Virginia Wesleyan “are looking strong” according to Vice President for Enrollment Heather Campbell. Campbell claims that…

VWU reports five new COVID-19 cases in latest updates

There has been a minimal amount of COVID-19 cases announced in the last few updates from the Emergency Response Team. There were two confirmed cases between Feb. 26 and March…