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The commercial roundup: the Super Bowl ads to watch

6 years ago Thomas Mills Comments Off on The commercial roundup: the Super Bowl ads to watch
By Thomas Mills The Super Bowl is known for a lot of things. Beer, wings and football (obviously) are common, and famous, culprits of the national holiday. However, commercials tend to ignite the most controversy and discussion after the big game. In fact, most people tend to talk more about the commercials on the Monday Read More

The Advice Tank

6 years ago Joseph Sanqui Comments Off on The Advice Tank
By Richard Cremin Dear Advice Hank, I enjoyed Thanksgiving with family and friends but now, finals are approaching and I now have to get all of my work completed by this week. I don’t know what I’m going to do. There’s just no way I can get this stuff done. Should I just give up Read More

VWC Lights the Way for Tradition

6 years ago Joseph Sanqui Comments Off on VWC Lights the Way for Tradition
By Ryan Breen Campus will echo with the sounds of the 12 Days of Christmas. When the Virginia Wesleyan community gathers for the 31st Annual Holiday Tree Lighting on Dec. 5, at 5 p.m., students, faculty and staff will meet in the field behind Godwin to sing familiar and festive songs. During this year’s Tree Read More

Step-By-Step: Revolution Rules

6 years ago Joseph Sanqui Comments Off on Step-By-Step: Revolution Rules
By Douglas Hardman Want to avoid a future like “The Hunger Games” or “The Giver”? Want to prevent dictatorship and denial of all freedom? If you follow some very simple steps, you can successfully overthrow your government before things begin looking like a dystopian young-adult novel (but perhaps minus the terrible love story). Have a Read More

It’s the Most Controversial Time of the Year

6 years ago Joseph Sanqui Comments Off on It’s the Most Controversial Time of the Year
By Michael Willson December is the most stressful time of the year. There are finals and holiday events, and you have to try really hard not to offend anyone. December means something different for everyone. For some it means Christmas, for others Hanukkah, and for some it means just getting a break from work and Read More

An unfortunate end

6 years ago Joseph Sanqui Comments Off on An unfortunate end
Thomas Mills | Marlin Chronicle By Madison Carroll With a record breaking and victorious season under their belts, the women’s volleyball team seeded number two, was prepared to put up a fight in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) tournament this year. Senior captain Alex Lambert said, “This season was everything we expected it to Read More

Women’s soccer: season over

6 years ago Joseph Sanqui Comments Off on Women’s soccer: season over
John McCormick | Lynchburg College By Alexis Platt Women’s Soccer ended its season in a tough overtime against the Lynchburg Hornets. The Hornets got off 26 shots against the Marlins, but couldn’t find a way to score against the Marlins by halftime. “My teammates and I didn’t go out without a fight. We fought every Read More

“Talented and passionate”

6 years ago Joseph Sanqui Comments Off on “Talented and passionate”
Anthony Dellamura | Marlin Chronicle By Kerri-Leanne Taylor Although Virginia Wesleyan’s field hockey season is over, senior goalkeeper Lindsay Baker has one more game to look forward to. Baker has been selected to play in the 2014 National Field Hockey Coaches Association’s (NFCHA) Division III Senior All-Star game. The contest will take place on Saturday, Read More

Colleges Hope For The Best, Prepare For The Worst

6 years ago mreed Comments Off on Colleges Hope For The Best, Prepare For The Worst
By Vanessa Smith One in every four college police departments are not prepared to handle an active shooter on campus, according to a survey by Campus Safety Magazine and reported on by the Huffington Post. The survey found that 46 percent of these departments are understaffed. Half of the colleges also report not having the Read More

A Community Responds

6 years ago mreed Comments Off on A Community Responds
I am Virginia Wesleyan and I am disappointed and angry and confused and grieving and desperate to know each side” – Craig Wansink By Aoife Branco The atmosphere was so thick, it could be cut with a knife. People sat perched atop tables; bookshelves became seats and the floor was slowly disappearing as more and Read More