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New tennis coach hopes to make a “raquet”

JEFFREY BAZINET Staff Writer The tennis program has made a major acquisition by hiring Darryl Cummings, the new director of Men’s and Women’s Tennis. Cummings will oversee both teams and…

Seasons falling into place

GABE HIGGINS Staff Writer The regular season for the fall sports teams is coming to a close, and many are preparing to enter post-league play. Many teams had their last…

World Series is in full swing

KENNETH BELGRAVE Staff Writer Major League Baseball’s 2013 World Series will feature the St. Louis Cardinals taking on the Boston Red Sox. The divisional series were decided through several games…

Men will be men

ELIZABETH SIMS Staff Writer Your boyfriend is on there. So is that hook-up from last week, your ex-boyfriend and your crush. But so are your brothers, your dad and your…

Pokémon is back

GLENN ROSE Staff Writer The entertainment craze Pokémon was first unleashed upon Japan in 1996 and has since taken the world by storm. The series started out as a simple…

The haunted halls of Wesleyan

Emily Gibson Staff Writer We are a generation raised to be afraid of the dark. From the first time we play “Bloody Mary” to the times we convinced ourselves that…

Strategic plan maps out college funding

Jessica Hauser Staff Writer Virginia Wesleyan College’s Strategic Planning Steering Committee (SPSC) expects to implement its new strategic plan addressing concerns about the condition of campus facilities in the fall…

Horror movie classics reborn for new scares

Andrew Mullen Arts & Entertainment Editor There is a commonly held belief that sequels ruin good movies. There have been sequels that have ruined some franchises or have gone completely…

Introducing intramurals

PIERRE HUNTER Staff Writer Intramurals are an exciting way to get fit and have some fun on campus. RecX provides students opportunities to become athletically involved without the commitment of…

The Rolling Dough

ELIZABETH SIMS Food Columnist Most of us have heard this grave tale; some of us have even lived it. You are beyond excited to finally be away from your parents,…