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Long Night Fight Against Procrastination helps students fight burnout

On Wednesday, March 10, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., the Hofheimer Library and the Learning Center teamed up to provide students with a night-long workshop focused on combating procrastination…

Sunrise Movement enters the Tidewater Community thanks to VWU Students

The Sunrise Movement, a national organization focused on uniting young adults across different areas to combat climate change has made its way to Virginia Wesleyan’s campus through four VWU students:…

Life in Quarantine: “Policies are subject to change”

As of now, VWU continues into its second semester dealing with COVID-19 and has stated that “the University is maintaining policies from the fall semester that proved successful in achieving…

Travis Malone is announced as new Dean of the Batten Honors College

In the March 15 Nota Bene, it was announced that Dr. Travis Malone would be taking over for Dr. Joyce Easter as the new dean of the Batten Honors College…

American Sign Language Club

A new club is being welcomed to campus this spring semester: the American Sign Language club. Founded by freshman Elias Kenworthy and his fellow board members this semester, the American…

In Memory of Colin Patrick Wolf

On the afternoon of Thursday, Feb. 18, Colin Wolf, a young man and student here at Virginia Wesleyan University, took his own life.   Since this tragic event, the campus community…

Women of God

On-campus events and meetings can be a rare sight during this semester, but one fairly new organization has been hosting hybrid events since the start of the spring semester.  Women…

Campus honors Black History Month

During the month of February, Virginia Wesleyan University hosted both in-person and virtual Black History month events to honor revolutionary Black individuals, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Organizations on-campus like the…

Student involvement wavers amid COVID-19

Clubs and organizations have begun to notice a decline in the level of student involvement this school year due to the COVID-19 restrictions for events and social gatherings. Currently, events…

The Fun Zone brings new activities to Virginia Wesleyan’s Campus

Fresh into a new start for the semester, a new organization has been formed at Virginia Wesleyan University called the Fun Zone.  This club is a collaboration between the University’s…