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Take a walk in their shoes for a day: Senior Alex Ousley

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KACI PARKER Community Editor When it comes to senior year, one of the most common things a student does is look back on their journey through college. One of the most obvious contrasts they tend to make is from freshmen to senior year, because there are great changes during this transitional period. Senior year becomes Read More

Take a walk in their shoes for a day: Freshman Jessica Quinlan

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KACI PARKER Community Editor The beginning of a new chapter in one’s life can be nerve-racking, and freshmen year can be intimidating. Intimidated is exactly how Jessica Quinlan felt on her first day here. As an incoming freshman, there are goals to achieve and expectations to meet. It can seem overwhelming and frustrating to live Read More

Financial aid office serves students

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JESSICA HAUSER Staff Writer If you find yourself seeking help with financial problems, the first place you should visit is the staff with the expertise in financial questions If you say the word “college,” for most people, the first thought that comes to mind is “expensive.” College is an investment, and financial aid is a Read More

The fruits of their labor on display

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TIM PEPPER Arts & Entertainment Editor Virginia Wesleyan art faculty members display what they have been working on for students and friends The faculty/staff art show held on Wednesday, Sept. 5 was a great success. The show allowed for faculty and staff from VWC to display their artistic ability in the Neil Britton Gallery in Read More

Marlins rock the vote

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STEVEN BOND Staff Writer Freshmen did not just gather together in front of Village 1 on Aug. 21, 2013 for food and drinks, carnival rides and a live band. They also had the opportunity to start exercising their civic duty by registering to vote. At the Freshmen Festival there was a Marlins Rock the Vote Read More

Greek life grabs new members

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RAYVEN DAVIS Community Editor As new students are settling in, preparations for the recruitment process of sororities and fraternities have been underway since last semester. On campus, there are three Panhellenic sororities: Alpha Sigma Alpha, Phi Sigma Sigma and Sigma Sigma Sigma. There are also three Interfraternity Council Fraternities: Kappa Alpha Order, Phi Kappa Tau Read More

Hail to the new chiefs

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Jessica Mackey Staff Writer Say hello to the dynamic duo for next year: Steven Bond and Thomas Mills, our newly elected Student Government Association (SGA) president and vice president, who will bring personality and strength to the student body. Newly elected President Bond is known around campus for being very personable. Whenever you see him Read More

Mini Marlins continues to make kids smile

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chiereme fortune Community Editor Recreation, mentorship and meaningful relationships are just some of the traits that Mini Marlins, a student led service project, has to offer its participants. Tracy Stevenson started the project in the fall 2010, after having visited various shelters on Marlins Make a Difference Day as an after school recreational time for Read More

Marlins splash into spring semester activities

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Douglas Hardman Staff Writer As we make our way into the spring semester, Marlins return to their natural habitat: the water. On April 12, the Student Activities Council and Greek Life held the Annual Belly Flop Contest. The prize for first place (dependent on four categories: Creativity, Redness, Commitment and Sound) was a $25 WaWa Read More