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‘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

Cirque du Soleil amazes Hampton Roads

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Shanisha Branch Staff Writer Dazzling, eye-popping, jaw-dropping and just plain fun is what describes Cirque du Soleil’s “Quidam.” This worldwide traveling circus came to Hampton Roads at Old Dominion University’s Ted Constant Convocation Center. The event showed for four days, usually with two show times. From a headless stranger with a blue bowler hat to Read More

Extended roadwork, extended headache

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Steven bond Staff Writer Every person exiting our school by vehicle ends up on Wesleyan Drive. According to Vice President of Operations Bruce Vaughan, Wesleyan Drive has been going through construction since “the end of last summer.” “ combined forces, and Norfolk has somewhat given the leadership Read More

Marlins splash into spring semester activities

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Douglas Hardman Staff Writer As we make our way into the spring semester, Marlins return to their natural habitat: the water. On April 12, the Student Activities Council and Greek Life held the Annual Belly Flop Contest. The prize for first place (dependent on four categories: Creativity, Redness, Commitment and Sound) was a $25 WaWa Read More

Senior Spotlight: Cassandra Knapp

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Kaci Parker Staff Writer Senior Cassandra Knapp is no stranger to the whirlwind of life; her plate is always full as she balances being a full-time student, working and completing an internship. A double major in psychology and criminal justice, Knapp plans to obtain a master’s degree in social work after graduation. “I would describe Read More

Senior helps coordinate Special Olympics

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Kaci Parker Staff Writer Senior Kefentse Budd has found his calling in one of the most selfless ways possible: volunteering. It all started when he was exposed through a recreational field work class which required him to complete seven volunteer hours a week. He took it upon himself to make a trip to the Community Read More

Tide tracks toward beach

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The Virginia Beach City Council passed an ordinance on Tuesday to begin research on expanding The Norfolk Tide light rail system into Virginia Beach. The ordinance addressed issues of financial planning and rider research for The Tide. Hampton Roads officials think it necessary and wise to take the newest form of Hampton Roads Transit (HRT) Read More

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