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 Great MC Debate: Sugar Shack

Duck Donuts and Sugar Shack are two fine establishments that both offer a wide variety of unique doughnuts. While some people might not see the difference between the two, I can help explain why Sugar Shack is by far superior to Duck Donuts.

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Academically Engaging Your Inner Child

I am Virginia Wesleyan College’s resident “Weird Harry Potter Kid.”I have read the books and watched the movies countless times. I know my Hogwarts house (Ravenclaw), my Ilvermorny house (Thunderbird), my wand (Ash and Phoenix feather, 13 ¾ inches, hard) and my Patronus (a sparrowhawk) thanks to Pottermore.com.

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Getting Through Trauma

April 4, 2016 will always have a mark on my life as if it was asterisked in a hall of fame.
Although I had gotten a botched haircut, marred by a bald spot with a hurt ego to match, I was still pretty hopeful about the day.

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Letter to the Editor

As the President of the Student Government, I have been asking students all year, “What’s something SGA can help you fix?”

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Letter to the Editor

Michael Willson’s Sunday Read “No Spirit at Wesleyan,” (March 5, 2017) was particularly eloquent in addressing the lifeblood of a small campus community – school spirit.

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