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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

Up ‘til Dawn: Letters to raise money for St. Jude

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Kaci Parker Staff Writer Up ‘til Dawn was an amazing way for Marlins to show support outside of our community. The office of Residence Life helped to facilitate this event. With their help and the establishment of the partnership with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, everything for the event was ready to go. Opening up Read More

Fundraising competition raises over $1,700

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Kaci Parker Staff Writer Penny wars Twelve groups utilize healthy competition to raise money for a special cause. Penny Wars is a friendly competition that is more than meets the eye. While participating in this competition, students are also raising money for the Circle of Sisterhood foundation. Just $50 sends a young girl to school Read More

Music inspired battle wins over taste buds

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Kayla Brown Staff Writer Loud music was playing, long lines were forming and hot food was being prepared by chefs for hungry visitors at the annual Chef’s Fare in the Boyd Dining Center. The theme for this year? Music genres, which they embraced and ran with, incorporating the theme into every aspect of the evening. Read More

Do the ‘Marlin Shake’

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Rio Ziegler Community Editor Grab a mob of friends, a camera and do the Harlem Shake! You may become the next YouTube sensation or at least have a blast dressing up in crazy costumes and dancing wildly. Virginia Wesleyan students crowded in front of the John Wesley Statue at 11:30 a.m. on Feb. 21 to 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

Training ground

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BRE MUIR Sports Editor A tense atmosphere filled the Jane P. Batten Center on Feb. 2, as the Virginia Wesleyan Marlins took on the Emory & Henry Wasps on the hard wood. In both the first and second half, the Marlins outscored the Wasps. Senior Forward and current ODAC Athlete of the Week, Chris Astorga, Read More