Grabbing a smoke? Not near me!

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Douglas Hardman Staff Writer Let the ranting begin. Smoking on campus: is it a big deal? Yeah, it kind of is, especially if students are inhaling secondhand smoke every time a smoker wants to light up. I mean, where’s the appeal? Having damaged lungs, yellow teeth, bad breath and a hole in your neck must Read More

Learn to survive a zombie apocalypse

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Kadija Corinaldi Staff Writer Ever wonder if you would survive a zombie apocalypse? Do you have the knowledge and skills to make it through? Apocalypse Survival Club previously known as the Zombie Survival Club covers that very topic. President Will Edmoson, a freshman, re-started this club after he found out it fell flat a couple Read More

Expensive taste, even better opportunities

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Chiereme fortune Community Editor What do a business degree, a part time job and Nordstrom have in common? Everything, for 2008 alumni Rachel Refo. During sophomore year while she was babysitter, Refo decided to try to find another source of income. While job hunting, Refo stumbled upon a sales department opening at the local Nordstrom Read More

Do the ‘Marlin Shake’

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Rio Ziegler Community Editor Grab a mob of friends, a camera and do the Harlem Shake! You may become the next YouTube sensation or at least have a blast dressing up in crazy costumes and dancing wildly. Virginia Wesleyan students crowded in front of the John Wesley Statue at 11:30 a.m. on Feb. 21 to Read More

Senior helps coordinate Special Olympics

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Kaci Parker Staff Writer Senior Kefentse Budd has found his calling in one of the most selfless ways possible: volunteering. It all started when he was exposed through a recreational field work class which required him to complete seven volunteer hours a week. He took it upon himself to make a trip to the Community Read More

‘STI’ scare prompts need for education

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Steven Bond Staff Writer and Olivia Birmingham Staff Writer steven Bond Staff Writer and Olivia Birmingham Staff Writer The sexually transmitted infection (STI) scare in Kellam was nothing more than an unconfirmed rumor, however, it has opened the door for conversation and education. Many students and staff agree that there needs to be more awareness Read More

Intoxicated

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Alex Tatum Staff Writer Wesleyan is no exception to nationwide presence and use of illegal substances and alcohol on college campuses. We take a look into what policies are being broken here and the actions that are taken against violators. In popular media, consuming large quantities of alcohol, partying to the point of being incoherent Read More

Tide tracks toward beach

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The Virginia Beach City Council passed an ordinance on Tuesday to begin research on expanding The Norfolk Tide light rail system into Virginia Beach. The ordinance addressed issues of financial planning and rider research for The Tide. Hampton Roads officials think it necessary and wise to take the newest form of Hampton Roads Transit (HRT) Read More

Chapel covenant in place

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Thomas Mills Photo Editor For the past two months, Greek organizations at Virginia Wesleyan College have been patiently waiting for a decision regarding their usage of the chapel. On Feb. 1, they received a verdict from Chaplain Greg West. “I have a proposed agreement,” said West. “With the goal of forming a task force of Read More

Armstrong’s ballsy move

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Jill Reynolds Sports Editor Athletic hero and cancer survivor Lance Armstrong has come clean. After denying accusations of using banned performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) for over a decade, Armstrong recently admitted to doping throughout his career. “Thirteen years he lived a lie,” said Athletic Director Joanne Renn. “For thirteen years, I was in awe of Read More