Apr 16 2015

‘Select groups of people still can’t get over the idea of equality between races’

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By James Morris Martese Johnson is a third-year student at the University of Virginia and is the only black on the University’s honor committee. UVA is one of the top prestigious universities in the entire world, and the city of Charlottesville happens to be a place I call home. Johnson was denied entry at a Read More

‘25 Work Days for 25 Years’

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VWC students participate in ‘The Alternative Break Experience with Habitat’ as part of the college’s 25 year celebration of partnership with Habitat for Humanity. By Lily Kunda This past spring break from Mar. 18 – Mar. 21, seven Virginia Wesleyan Students volunteered with Habitat for Humanity during the Alternative Break Experience with Habitat. Though there Read More

Indiana’s latest discrimination paints a bigger picture

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By Rayven Davis The floodgates to discrimination just keep gushing.  In case you missed it, this past week Indiana was in the minds and mouths of many because of the recent signing of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The act, though it’s been around for quite a while, has stirred up emotions across the board, Read More

Men vs. women: who takes charge?

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By Kayla Brown In our generation, it seems that dating must be played like a game of poker. In order to win, you must keep your cards close to your chest, play wisely and maintain a poker face. This is a modern-day defense mechanism that some use to prevent themselves from being emotionally hurt. We Read More