Conference champions

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Thomas mills Photo Editor As the soccer ball nestled itself in the back of Randolph College’s goal net in Wildcat Stadium, senior and center midfielder Brian Cornell immediately began running towards the Virginia Wesleyan sideline. When he arrived to the crowd of elation, celebration and joy, he knew what to do. “I fell to the Read More

Virginia elects democrat McAuliffe as governor

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Jessica Mackey News Editor Election season is over. The plethora of media messages have ended. The campaign buses have been parked. The “I sponsor this message” blurbs have stopped broadcasting on the radio. But, what does it all mean? Virginians elected Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe as their next governor in an historic election, defeating his Read More

KEVNPHE showcase their talents

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KACI PARKER Community Editor KEVNPHE are two young men who came to Wesleyan and have had the opportunity to turn their hobby into something serious. Kevin Bridgeforth and Greg Montgomery met through mutual friends before they attended college. They share a passion for music and have furthered their experience in the field. When it comes Read More

Entering college at 15, Paulden thrives

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KAITLYN DOZIER Editor-in-Chief Though she is too young to vote and still is not allowed to drive, Promise Paulden is already embarking on her second year of studies at Virginia Wesleyan. Paulden, born in 1996, enrolled at the college when she was just 15 years old. “I chose Virginia Wesleyan because this is the place Read More

New tennis coach hopes to make a “raquet”

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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 take on the role of Assistant Sports Information Director. Cummings brings a long list of credentials to VWC. For 19 years, he was the head Read More

Seasons falling into place

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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 regular season competition games this past weekend. Many teams are posting better results than they did last year and there are a lot of reasons Read More

World Series is in full swing

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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 in which the Cardinals and Red Sox came out on top after facing the Los Angeles Dodgers and Detroit Tigers. Because of the American League Read More

Men will be men

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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 friend who died last year. Nearly every man in your life is on the app Lulu. What is so special about this app? It has Read More

Pokémon is back

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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 top-down adventure and role playing game, and has evolved to become a beautiful representation of the story that many college students know and love from Read More