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Education program expands with new master’s in education

10 months ago Megan Sherman Comments Off on Education program expands with new master’s in education
A Master of Arts in Education is now being offered at Virginia Wesleyan after being approved by the Virginia Board of Education. This will be the second graduate program to come to Wesleyan, after the Master of Business Administration. Students who are getting their bachelor’s degree in education now have the ability to continue their Read More

Diane Hotaling retires after 32 years

1 year ago Justin Smith Comments Off on Diane Hotaling retires after 32 years
Director of Community Service Diane Hotaling is set to retire after 32 years of employment with Virginia Wesleyan University, as announced by Vice President for Student Affairs Keith Moore on July 21. Hotaling’s final day is Tuesday, Aug. 15. “After 32 years and some change, it is my time to part,” Hotaling said. “My season Read More

Soccer Community Grieves Chapecoense

2 years ago Henry Tasker Comments Off on Soccer Community Grieves Chapecoense
Associação Chapecoense de Futebol, known as Chapecoense, was scheduled to compete in the championship game of the Copa Sudamericana, a continental competition for South American soccer. Read More

Title IX upgrades

3 years ago mreed Comments Off on Title IX upgrades
By Neil Calloway The wide-ranging federal law exerts influence over college life in many aspects Bernice Sandler studied and taught at University of Maryland (UMD) for years, eventually earning her doctorate in counseling and personnel services in 1969. Given her well-known and respected reputation at UMD, not to mention her impressive qualifications, Sandler presumed the Read More

Baseball slides into playoffs

3 years ago Joseph Sanqui Comments Off on Baseball slides into playoffs
By Madison Carroll Ranked number eight in the preseason polls, Virginia Wesleyan Baseball has proven that they are a force to be reckoned with as they head into the ODAC tournament with a second place ranking. With a new head coach, Chris Francis, who took over the team this season, the Marlins were bound to Read More

Striving to make history

3 years ago Joseph Sanqui Comments Off on Striving to make history
By Clay Jones & Kellie Lagoy The men’s lacrosse team looks to hang on to its second spot in the ODAC standings. The Marlins’ final game will be on home territory against the Washington and Lee Generals. This game will hopefully lock them into the second conference spot. With this finish, they will earn a Read More

The best places to watch the Super Bowl

4 years ago Thomas Mills Comments Off on The best places to watch the Super Bowl
By Elizabeth Sims This Sunday, America’s unofficial holiday, the Super Bowl, will kick off promptly at 6:30 p.m. In millions of homes across the United States, fans will gorge themselves on chicken wings, hamburgers, hot dogs, nachos and beer. However, if you are a college student, buying a plethora of food and snacks for the Read More

The commercial roundup: the Super Bowl ads to watch

4 years ago Thomas Mills Comments Off on The commercial roundup: the Super Bowl ads to watch
By Thomas Mills The Super Bowl is known for a lot of things. Beer, wings and football (obviously) are common, and famous, culprits of the national holiday. However, commercials tend to ignite the most controversy and discussion after the big game. In fact, most people tend to talk more about the commercials on the Monday Read More