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Spring semester plans announced

The changes to the Spring 2021 semester schedule were announced in President Miller’s Nota Bene on Oct. 26. The noteworthy alteration was the removal of spring break. Miller stated that…

VWU scores Princeton Review environmental recognition

Virginia Wesleyan has been designated for the 9th consecutive year by the Princeton Review as one of the nation’s ‘greenest’ colleges. Their annual publication of the Guide to Green Colleges…

Warner, Luria win down-ballot Virginia elections

As of 10 a.m., Nov. 4, Mark Warner (D) has been declared the winner of the U.S. Senate election in Virginia. This will be Warner’s third term in the U.S.…

COVID-19 factors reshape election norms

Election Day 2020 has officially wrapped up, and while the winners of various races are still uncertain, one thing that is clear is just how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted…

Apology for admin racial injustice statement

The following letter is written in reference to a statement released by the University in June following the death of George Floyd and the civil unrest in the country. On…

Senate, Presidential elections quickly approach

The Nov. 3 elections are just two weeks away, and races up and down the ballot are sprinting into their final stretch. Most voters are familiar with the two candidates…

Students take part in NATO simulation

On Wednesday, Oct. 7, several students from VWU and from other institutions participated in a NATO DTEX event. NATO is an international organization that guarantees freedom and security of its…

VWU reports zero COVID-19 cases in past two weeks

For the weeks of Sept. 30 through Oct. 13, there were zero new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on campus and as of Oct. 20, there have only been 20 total…

VWU joins Campus757

VWU will participate in Campus757, a newly established initiative with universities and businesses in the Hampton Roads region dedicated to encouraging students to work and live in the Hampton Roads…

Class of ‘20 commencement gets rescheduled date

Due to the COVID-19 situation, Commencement 2020 was postponed until December. Following the rules of Governor Ralph Norhtham, the university has decided to continue with Commencement. “In April we met…