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Fertilization front-runner leads lecture

6 years ago sdmulgrave Comments Off on Fertilization front-runner leads lecture
KAITLYN DOZIER Editor-in-Chief Dr. Howard W. Jones, Jr., professor emeritus of obstetrics and gynecology at the Eastern Virginia Medical School, spoke on campus last Thursday on the debate over personhood and reproductive technology. The event marked the inaugural presentation of the Justine L. Nusbaum Lectureship in VWC’s Center for the Study of Religious Freedom (CSRF). Read More

Magical blast to the ‘Potter’ past

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EMILY GIBSON Staff Writer J.K Rowling announces plans to expand the wizarding world in new film. “Mr. and Mrs. Dursley, of number four, Privet Drive, were proud to say 
that they were perfectly normal, thank you very much. They were the last 
people you’d expect to be involved in anything strange or mysterious, 
because they 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

“The Walking Dead” rise again this fall

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GLENN ROSE Staff Writer We all like to talk about what we would do if the zombie apocalypse happened. It is fun to think that you would stay alive until they fixed it, and turns into a battle hardened piece of awesome with those bullet belts they wear in war movies and maybe some badass Read More

Fresh faces, fresh starts

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ANDERSEN STEFFENS Staff Writer The VWC Women’s Lacrosse and Field Hockey teams are starting off their seasons with new head coaches who more than qualify for the job. Coach Christina Restivo is coaching the Women’s Field Hockey team, and Coach Meagan DiCave is coaching the Women’s Lacrosse team. Both coaches have ample experience on the 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

The Grille is on FIRE

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BY AOIFE BRANCO NEWS EDITOR Amidst the torrents of rain and rumbles of thunder, students and staff in the Batten Center got an unexpected interruption when a backup generator behind the building started smoking at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 3. “I was just hanging out in the Grille waiting for my food when a security guard Read More

19 innings, 5 hours, 1 victory

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CANDICE GINDLE Staff Writer The Women’s Softball team beat Shenandoah University on Monday, April 29, in an 8-6 victory in the 2013 Old Dominion Athletic Conference championship game at the James I. Moyer Athletic Complex. The Marlins and Hornets played a 19 inning game, which lasted for four hours and 45 minutes. The length of Read More

‘Les Miserables’ opens at the Chrysler Tuesday

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Rachel Balsley Editor-in-Chief Even if you hadn’t heard of Les Miserables before it was turned into a hit movie, you probably have now that it is a musical on a national tour. The tour brings the incredible show here this coming week, opening at Chrysler Hall Tuesday April 26 through May 1. Showing at various Read More

‘Suddenly Last Summer’ this spring

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Rachel Balsley Editor-in-Chief When you walk into the theatre to see the spring production of “Suddenly Last Summer,” you will not be greeted by a gut busting script you may be used to. Prepare yourselves for the darkness. Tennessee William’s script is somewhat abnormal and very heavy, leaving you questioning life rather than wiping tears Read More