Sept 13 2018

Meet the nontraditional class of 2022

2 years ago Nica Nakagomi Comments Off on Meet the nontraditional class of 2022
President Scott D. Miller described a mission to diversify the enrollment profile of the institution in his State of the University address on Aug. 24. . “Going to college is no longer just for the traditional 18 to 21-year-old population. We’re teaching students today from ages eight to 85, from our Tidewater Collegiate Academy school Read More

White guys, step aside

2 years ago Douglas Hardman Comments Off on White guys, step aside
White men are ruining the arts with their sexual misconduct, abuse and misogyny I’d like preface this by saying  that when I make a statement about  “all men,” there is usually an ‘*’ because I do not actually believe that “all men are ____.” That being said: white, cisgender, straight men are huge deficits to Read More

Once a Marlin, always a Marlin

2 years ago Megan Sherman Comments Off on Once a Marlin, always a Marlin
The Virginia Wesleyan men’s basketball team added alumnus Nick Doyle to the coaching staff this past summer. Doyle was a 2016 graduate who played for Coach Macedo and the Marlins for two years. Prior to that, Doyle played two years at Division I University Delaware State. During his time here, he averaged 8.4 points per Read More

Find your ‘why’

2 years ago Luke Chiasson Comments Off on Find your ‘why’
Ahhhh, nothing like the start of the school year.  Upperclassman are all reuniting while the first years are bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, trying to navigate their way through an all-new experience. While it is easy to get distracted by many things in the beginning of the year, I challenge you to find your passion and do Read More

In case of emergency

2 years ago Mickella Rast Comments Off on In case of emergency
Hurricane preparations and procedures As any student at Wesleyan knows, rain boots and umbrellas are essential to life on campus. We’re no strangers to wading through streams in place of sidewalks and wringing out socks over heaters. With the approach of hurricane Florence, we brace ourselves once more. Should the university shut down and cancel Read More