Artist spotlight: Ashley Hill

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Tim Pepper Arts & Entertainment Editor Junior Ashley Hill has always loved art. Her parents were always supportive of her creativity and she often remembers her mother having craft projects for her to do on rainy days. As a child she would receive art books from her aunt and uncle every Christmas, each specializing in Read More

‘Apps’ with friends

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Shanisha branch Staff Writer Phone applications exploding in popularity on campus. Have you found yourself using downloaded applications or “apps” more than you actually use your phone for its original purposes? You are not alone. Phones and the apps available for download have flourished into a plethora of entertainment uses. Apps like Instagram and Ruzzle Read More

Game of the year?

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Andrew Mullen Arts & Entertainment Editor BioShock finally hitting shelves and exciting gamers on March 26. One of the most anticipated games of the spring season, “BioShock Infinite,” is set to release on March 26, and has the gaming world waiting with bated breath for what is bound to be one of the most well-received Read More

School house rage

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JENNE JOHNSON Opinions Editor This won’t be the last time someone says this but as a person who has been in school for what seems like ages, I have to say it: I hate school. No, I am not saying I hate this institution that is my home; I just hate the idea of school. Read More

Have a spring break, not a spring fling

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Shakira Mills Staff Writer Spring break is right around the corner, and I want my classmates to do this vacation right. We’ve all seen the movies, television shows and other media references to crazy spring break trips where everything that can go wrong does. Be it what MTV depicts as a normal, they have crazy Read More

Criminals are not victims, they are criminals

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Art Burmeister Opinions Editor With all the media centered around Steubenville, OH lately, I’ve developed a question; what is going on in this world? The two young men who were found guilty of rape and distributing nude photos of a fellow class mate last Sunday were tried as juveniles. That previous sentence had three things Read More

Put down your phone and talk to people!

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Jenee Johnson Opinions Editor Our generation is spoiled. We have cell phones, tablets, PCs and every Apple product under the sun. With all this technology at our disposal, we have forgotten one of the most primitive and important abilities we have: verbal communication. We place less emphasis on interacting with each other in person and Read More

Catholic Mass removed

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Steven bond Staff Writer and Olivia Burmingham Staff Writer Due to funding, time constraints and attendance, the tradition of Sunday Catholic Mass has been canceled. Feb. 10 was the first Sunday there was no Catholic Mass in roughly three years. Time, attendance and cost were major factors in the discontinuation of mass. For the past Read More

Sequestration nation

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Thomas Mills Photo Editor Governmental budget cuts threaten the Hampton Roads area, leaving Wesleyan worried about financial aid. First came the sequestration: a government proposal to cut billions of dollars in spending to help balance the national budget. Then came the shock: spending cuts that affected essential programs, placed thousands of workers on unpaid leave Read More