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Chapel covenant in place

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Thomas Mills Photo Editor For the past two months, Greek organizations at Virginia Wesleyan College have been patiently waiting for a decision regarding their usage of the chapel. On Feb. 1, they received a verdict from Chaplain Greg West. “I have a proposed agreement,” said West. “With the goal of forming a task force of Read More

Graffiti makes its way into the classroom

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Wild animals are all over campus! Not meaning the ones that come out at night, but the ones that decorate the outside walls of some buildings around campus. These little creatures are just one of many art projects Associate Professor of Art John Rudel had his winter session class create. This past break, Rudel experimented Read More

Ethic Success

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Aoife Branco News Editor It’s on mobile devices, it’s on computer screens, and it even creeps its way into television. With such a dominating presence, do ethics play a role in social media in today’s society? This past weekend five students found out by participating in the Virginia Foundation for Independent College’s Ethics Bowl at Read More

Obama’s outline: President Obama announces plan to combat gun control.

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JESSICA MACKEY Staff Writer President Obama’s and Vice-President Biden’s plan for gun control is a complex policy that encompasses multiple angles and proposals. The first pitch under the President’s plan is to require background checks for all guns. However, there are a few exceptions in this plan, including transfers between family members and temporary transfers Read More

Sneaking by security

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From difficulty registering guests to unwanted persons obtaining access to campus, complaints about the DeFord Gatehouse are prevalent among students at Virginia Wesleyan. “Security’s doing their job,” said freshman Anthony Wiggins, “But they need to do it better.” Students’ problems with security begins with difficulties registering friends to be permitted on campus. “My friend rode Read More

Campus catering

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Students and faculty at Virginia Wesleyan all have their opinions about Sodexo, the food company responsible for dining services on campus. However, when it comes to catered events, some students have apprehensions. Rumors have been flying for years that if any event on campus wants to have food, student-run or otherwise, Sodexo has first choice Read More

Policy pushes out Greeks

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For almost all of the Greek organizations on campus, there is one place they share in common; a place where they practice their rituals, traditions, and initiations: the chapel. Yet, starting next semester, there is a possibility that the sororities and fraternities will not have the ability to practice their ceremonies in the chapel. Chaplain Read More