Aug 22 2015

Title IX upgrades

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By Neil Calloway The wide-ranging federal law exerts influence over college life in many aspects Bernice Sandler studied and taught at University of Maryland (UMD) for years, eventually earning her doctorate in counseling and personnel services in 1969. Given her well-known and respected reputation at UMD, not to mention her impressive qualifications, Sandler presumed the Read More

Take it from me …

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By Ryan Breen One of the most important things to a human is food. We rely on healthy food choices to give us the strength our body needs in order to strive and be successful students, and people in general. Here at Virginia Wesleyan there are many options to choose from in order to get Read More

Passive-aggressive steps

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By Douglas Hardman Life is constantly shifting, through the good and the bad, always. It’s up to us to be prepared to handle the punches. At times, we are going to have to start over and move on. It can be something drastic or something harmless, but I have come up with some steps to Read More

Think twice before you entice

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By Kayla Brown Take a minute to remember this moment. As a freshman, you’re officially in college. For some, this means that you commute from home for class. For others, this means that it’s officially your first time being away from home. For once, it feels like you’re on your own. You can do what Read More

Students Compete Without Being an Athlete

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By Michael Wilson Students who wish to be involved with college athletics without being a part of an official team have the option to compete in the intramurals program that is sponsored by the Recreational Sport and Outdoor Activities Office, also known as RecX. Students form their own teams and play against each other as Read More

SGA officials chosen for 2015-2016

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By Stephanie Gotschall Virginia Wesleyan’s Student Government Association (SGA) is an organization that, while overseen and advised by the Dean of Students Keith Moore, is strictly student-run. It was implemented as something that the students of the college could go to in order to have their voices heard when it comes to just about anything, Read More

Ground broken for turf field

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By Staff Writer The parking lot behind Village II was packed with over 200 coaches, student athletes, faculty and alumni on Saturday, April 25. The crowd gathered to watch the groundbreaking of the new synthetic turf field that will be finished before fall sports begin their preseason on August 18. Birdsong Field, named after George Read More

Good eats: the best places in town

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By Justine Herving Attention all foodies: this article will tell you all that you need to know about food in the Virginia Beach and Norfolk area! Many of you know that it is hard to find food when you are going to class, working a part-time job or even trying to pay off those petty Read More