Marlin artist spotlight

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Maria Marinelli Staff Writer Shawn Riley takes his woodturning abilities to amazing heights with each piece. At 52, Shawn Riley neither looks like a “typical” Virginia Wesleyan student, nor the stereotype of an “artist.” An unassuming man with a kind face, Riley possesses a quiet confidence that is unlike the brash boldness that many college Read More

Enhancements come to Chrysler

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Shanisha Branch Staff Writer The Chrysler Museum is in the process of receiving a face-lift, bolstering exhibits and overall style. Breath-taking glass fixtures, vintage collections of European and American paintings and a classified selection of sculptures can be found in the Chrysler Museum of Art. But what’s new at Chrysler? With a new renovation plan Read More

PlayStation 4 unveiled

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Andrew Mullen Arts & Entertainment Editor The PlayStation 4 has finally been unveiled. For what has seemed like millennia, rumors and speculation about this mythical gaming system have been flouncing around the abscesses of the Internet. After faked patents, high-reaching rumors and photoshopped images, Sony has finally given the world a sneak peek at what Read More

Fantastical classics adapted for cinema

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Kelly Marvel Staff Writer The familiar stories of “Jack the Giant Slayer” and “Oz the Great and Powerful” hit theaters tomorrow. The fantasy-adventure film genre comes in full force this March with “Jack the Giant Slayer” recently arriving to theaters and “Oz the Great and Powerful” coming out tomorrow, March 8. Both films take new Read More

‘Hey, hey, hey’ Delta Rae

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Morgan Stroyeck Copy Editor Delta Rae “carries the fire” all the way to the NorVa tomorrow night. Take a whole lot of soul, passionate performances, songs that sound like melodic stories, an unceasing amount of energy, add some good old southern influences and you still won’t have all the charismatic talent that makes up the Read More

Love talk, slow jams for the ladies

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Rayven Davis Staff Writer On Friday March 3, a group of Phenomenal Women gathered in the Schaefer Room for a coffeehouse called “Love, Talk and Slow Jams.” This event was an open mic night paired with an ongoing discussion on love and relationships. It was the second event of the series, entitled, Phenomenal Women. Phenomenal Read More

Too many table flipping group projects

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Art Burmeister Opinions Editor The urge to grab the edge of the table and push it onto its side rises within me. I can’t do it though; there are more important things. I ask my project partners why they haven’t done their part of the project yet. Small excuses and flimsy promises are flung my Read More

New tutors of the game

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Candice Gindle Staff Writer This year, the Athletic Department has experienced some big changes. The most significant changes are the hiring of three new coaches. With a new head field hockey coach, as well as new head and assistant men’s soccer coaches, these teams might be headed in new directions. The new field hockey head Read More

Stop vandalism: Hulks don’t smash

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Andrew Mullen Art & Entertainment Editor There is no reason or excuse for senseless vandalism. Not to sound like a crotchety old man, but the seemingly constant stream of utterly random objects being crushed, broken, destroyed, shattered or generally mistreated is pretty pathetic and needs to stop. We as a student body live on this Read More