Criminal activity

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JEFFREY BAZINET Staff Writer There was a time when the ESPN show “SportsCenter” featured the best highlights of the day from the world of sports, as a way for fans to keep tabs on all the action they missed throughout the day. Today, on SportsCenter and similar programs, you are more likely to see news Read More

Potential playing possibilities

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BREANNA DUNN Staff Writer Many people know that VWC offers several intramural and club activities, but what do you do when the activity you want to be a part of does not exist? You take the initiative and create it, which is exactly what freshman Sorenda Bickerstaff, senior Jimmy Bowman and sophomore Forrest Teague are Read More

Marlins strive for new goals

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GABE HIGGINS Staff Writer The men’s soccer team had an astounding year in the 2012 season, but fell just short of a cinderella finish in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) tornament championship game. 109 minutes of the game had been played with a score of 0-0 on the scoreboard, and Roanoke stunned the Marlins Read More

What’s your fantasy?

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KENNETH BELGRAVE Staff Writer Training camp for NFL teams means the start of the season is just around the corner. For many fans all over the world, this means that the fantasy football craze is also just about to begin. Fantasy football is a virtual league of teams, compiled with statistics from actual NFL rosters, Read More

Title IX: Addressing sexual misconduct

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JESSICA MACKEY Staff Writer Recent changes to Title IX mean important new information about sexual misconduct for students and faculty alike. It’s not just for sports anymore. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) prohibits discrimination based on sex in any educational program or activity that receives financial support from the Federal Read More

A bellhop, skip and a jump away from campus

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JESSICA MACKEY Staff Writer Due to limited housing space, students have had to adjust to living in the Lake Wright hotel off campus. Going to college normally consists of moving into dorm halls, getting acquainted and adjusting to living with roommates and familiarizing oneself with the campus. Students begin to make friends, arrange social gatherings Read More

The clock is ticking and it’s time to transition

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KAYLA BROWN Staff Writer Summer is officially over, and school is back in session. For some, this means back to being awakened by a screeching alarm clock to help you wake up in time for class, hitting the gym to stay fit, or preparing to head to practice if you are an athlete. If you Read More

Take a walk in their shoes for a day: Senior Alex Ousley

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KACI PARKER Community Editor When it comes to senior year, one of the most common things a student does is look back on their journey through college. One of the most obvious contrasts they tend to make is from freshmen to senior year, because there are great changes during this transitional period. Senior year becomes Read More

Take a walk in their shoes for a day: Freshman Jessica Quinlan

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KACI PARKER Community Editor The beginning of a new chapter in one’s life can be nerve-racking, and freshmen year can be intimidating. Intimidated is exactly how Jessica Quinlan felt on her first day here. As an incoming freshman, there are goals to achieve and expectations to meet. It can seem overwhelming and frustrating to live Read More