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‘More than a team’

6 years ago mreed Comments Off on ‘More than a team’
Thomas Mills For the first time in years, the VWC Men’s Soccer preseason camp is filled with an air of high hopes and swagger. Winners of last season’s Old Dominion Athletic Conference Championship, the Marlins powered their way through the regular season with a 16-5-1 record, their best in three years, and earned an NCAA Read More

“Get to The Plot” Passing the political fluff

6 years ago mreed Comments Off on “Get to The Plot” Passing the political fluff
Shay Mills Opinions Editor During my freshman year, my best friend Michele had a boyfriend who always told interesting stories. However, that is not what this is about. One day, as he was telling a dreadful, overly detailed story, my best friend suddenly yelled out “get to the plot!” Along with laughing at his embarrassment, Read More

What’s so cool about it?

6 years ago mreed Comments Off on What’s so cool about it?
by Connor Pederson In the past three weeks of my time using the wonderful tool that is social media, I have witnessed a trend that has been described as pointless, fun, a good cause and stupid. I am talking about the ever-so-popular Ice Bucket Challenge. What could be cooler than dumping a bucket of ice-filled Read More

Cutting the cord

6 years ago mreed Comments Off on Cutting the cord
Douglas Hardman Opinions Editor Time in college is one of the greatest steps in a person’s life. We are furthering our education and, for the most part, are also learning what it is like to live on our own. Many of us were brought on campus by our parents, moved in, said our goodbyes and Read More

From plumbing to pass backs

6 years ago mreed Comments Off on From plumbing to pass backs
Rayven Davis Community Editor While some of us were sitting at home watching reality television, reading or lying by the beach, junior Danielle Benn was changing lives. Benn finished her school year slightly early to head to Jamaica to rebuild schools for young children. “The first school was about half the size of the Grille Read More

SGA Story

6 years ago mreed Comments Off on SGA Story
Molly Fanney Imani West and Karalyn Schimek have been very busy this year, and just about every year of college up to now. They are very involved in the campus community, holding high positions in their sororities multiple on-campus jobs, serving on the executive board of the Student Government Association, and being members of honor Read More