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

Peter Boie astounds with live magic

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Douglas Hardman Staff Writer On Friday, March 8 Peter Boie was in the Grill performing his magic show extravaganza entitled “Magic for Non-Believers.” Although Boie arrived with just minutes to spare due to a delayed flight, he was ready to perform and turn anyone into a believer. With a great turnout of students, the Wesleyan Read More

Ring Ceremony marks beginning of end of some college careers

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Rayven Davis Staff Writer On Saturday March 16, 14 students gathered to follow in the steps of past graduates for the annual Class Ring Ceremony. The students were joined by their families and friends as well as faculty and staff to take part in the intimate celebration. The ceremony included words of wisdom from members Read More

Up ‘til Dawn: Letters to raise money for St. Jude

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Kaci Parker Staff Writer Up ‘til Dawn was an amazing way for Marlins to show support outside of our community. The office of Residence Life helped to facilitate this event. With their help and the establishment of the partnership with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, everything for the event was ready to go. Opening up Read More

Fundraising competition raises over $1,700

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Kaci Parker Staff Writer Penny wars Twelve groups utilize healthy competition to raise money for a special cause. Penny Wars is a friendly competition that is more than meets the eye. While participating in this competition, students are also raising money for the Circle of Sisterhood foundation. Just $50 sends a young girl to school Read More

Music inspired battle wins over taste buds

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Kayla Brown Staff Writer Loud music was playing, long lines were forming and hot food was being prepared by chefs for hungry visitors at the annual Chef’s Fare in the Boyd Dining Center. The theme for this year? Music genres, which they embraced and ran with, incorporating the theme into every aspect of the evening. Read More

Sexist spectators

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Lex Higbee Staff Writer Our school prides itself on its athletic success, but are male athletes the only ones getting the attention? Some of the most successful teams on campus are made up of women, yet they don’t get the same amount of support as the men. Every team works hard so that when it’s Read More