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Ethics team wins championship

The Virginia Wesleyan ethics bowl team captured the 2020 Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges (VFIC) championship. The team has not obtained this feat since 2000.  This year’s team consisted of…

Norfolk Zoo aids Australia

“Australia is being ravaged by the worst wildfires seen in decades, with large swaths of the country devastated since the fire season began in late July,” as reported by CNN. …

Methodist Church divided

While Virginia Wesleyan is a Methodist-affiliated university, the school aims to provide an environment that is accepting of all people by embracing the diversity of our campus community.  Early last…

VWU campus battles illness

The Virginia Wesleyan community was ravaged by sudden and bitter illnesses over the past weeks.  Beyond mere flu-like symptoms, students reported experiencing severe nausea, loss of appetite, lethargy and vomiting.…

System network update

Following a ransomware attack at the end of the Fall 2019 semester, the IT department continues to repair network systems. The Virginia Wesleyan campus lost its internet and network access…

Wesleyan announces nursing program

Virginia Wesleyan University is partnering with the Sentara Nursing program for students who want to go into the medical field and study Nursing Science. Wesleyan and Sentara have a partnership…

New year, new Batten

As the new year and semester kicked-off, many have noticed a few significant renovations on campus, specifically in the Jane P. Batten Student Center. Some of the new changes are…

Veterans perform Greek literature

In a world where war is constant, it is hard to understand the tragedies that come with it. On Thursday, Feb. 6 and Friday, Feb. 7, Virginia Wesleyan University students…

Students reflect on world travels

During the month of January, many students took part in study away courses, including courses to Israel, Hawaii and Germany. Each of these courses had dynamic aspects of their coursework…

Students strive to end homelessness

Allies in Marlins (AIM) to End Homelessness is an awareness campaign that is designed to draw attention to homelessness in the area. What started off as a class during Winter…