Worn To Be Wild

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A new exhibit at the Chrysler Museum of Arts showcases world famous leather jackets. By Justine Herving From Greese, to Elvis Presley, to Johnny Cash, to about every bad boy imaginable, the one thing they all had in common was the leather jacket. This iconic piece of clothing paved a way Read More

Lacrosse Team Rallies After Allegations

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By Kellie Lagoy, Aoife Branco, & Kerri-Leanne Taylor Recently a former Virginia Wesleyan student, Jane Doe, filed a lawsuit for negligence against the college after her alleged sexual assault in 2012. While the community is digesting the information and forming their own opinions, many claim the men’s lacrosse team is getting the short end of Read More

Students Demonstrate on Campus

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By Rayven Davis “This has nothing to do with college bashing,” said junior Molly Fanney. “This is about not brushing this issue under the rug. One in four college aged women will experience a sexual assault situation. It’s a huge, huge issue.” Statistics differ on the number of sexual assault cases involving college-aged Read More

Hometown Haunts

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By Kellie Lagoy Halloween is a time for eating candy corn, carving pumpkins, and going to haunted houses. Who doesn’t love a good scare during the spookiest month of the year? Virginia Wesleyan junior, Graham Wilson, really knows how to frighten a few people on Halloween night. Well, more like over 700 people. Every Halloween Read More

“Worn to Be Wild”

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By Justine Herving From Grease, to Elvis Presley, to Johnny Cash, to about every bad boy imaginable, the one thing they all had in common was the leather jacket. This iconic piece of clothing paved a way for people to show off their edgy side, whether a cherry red, a sandy tan, a military green Read More

Gay Marriage

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Anthony Dellamura/Marlin Chronicle By Andrew Petrey Starting in 2015, the college will offer a number of benefits to same sex domestic partners of full-time and part-time employees under the Virginia Wesleyan College Same Sex Domestic Partner Benefits Policy. The benefits from this new policy include health insurance, tuition assistance, and access to the college library Read More

SGA Responds to Jane Doe Lawsuit

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Thomas Mills/Marlin Chronicle By Thomas Mills Last night, the Student Government Association held a student only meeting in Blocker Auditorium to listen to student questions, concerns and statements about the recent lawsuit filed against the college. SGA leadership sought to provide clarity regarding the lawsuit and some context on how it affected VWC. “The issue Read More

Mid-season recap

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By Kellie Lagoy VOLLEYBALL The women’s volleyball team has had an impressive first half of their season.  They currently have a 13-4 overall record and a 3-0 conference record. The team is one of three in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) that is still undefeated within the conference, and they have the second-best overall Read More

For the love of the game

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By Kellie Lagoy A sea of students jumping and chanting. The fans shaking the fence, screaming and cheering for their team. The excitement is palpable to everyone watching. The question is, “Who is getting the fans so fired up?” One look through the crowd of inspired fans, and you automatically know who got the fans Read More

Instability in the Middle East: will it end?

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Tiya Johnson/Marlin Chronicle By Jessica Mackey Virginia Wesleyan College may be located in the Hampton Roads area. However, the interests of the college community extend beyond oceans and state borders. Last week the college welcomed Marc Lynch, Director of the Institute for Middle East Studies at George Washington University, in partnership with the World Affairs Read More