Mar 12 2015

Boy, don’t you know that this behavior is toxic?

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By Douglas Hardman “Boys don’t cry”; “don’t act like a girl”; “man up.” I’m sure a lot of men, even here at VWC, have heard these phrases. Whether growing up or even in adulthood, men are always subjected to their gender roles and the constant idea of what a “man” is supposed to be. There’s Read More

Working out all the kinks

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Men’s Lacrosse looks to develop some momentum as they finally dive into their season By Kellie Lagoy Virginia Wesleyan’s Men’s Lacrosse team has gotten off to a slow start this season, but that has nothing to do with performance. Snowy conditions have forced the Marlins to reschedule games or even move them to a neutral field. However, Read More

Sen. Warner revamps college sexual assault safety

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A bipartisan group of senators looks to overhaul the Campus Accountability and Safety Act By Jessica Mackey Senator Mark Warner, alongside a group of bipartisan senators, announced early last month a new piece of legislation that they hope will reverse the epidemic that is taking over college campuses today, the revamped Campus Accountability and Safety Read More

It’s “Miller Time”

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Starting this summer, VWC will have a new president at the helm of the college: Dr. Scott Miller By Andrew Petrey and Jessica Mackey After current President William Greer’s retirement announcement last summer, a nationwide search resulted in Dr. Scott D. Miller being named the next president of Virginia Wesleyan College on Feb. 25. The Read More

Lyme disease a growing concern for Virginia residents

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By Courtney Herrick The disease is often overlooked and mistaken for something else, but, readers, beware! It is on the rise in Virginia. Lyme disease, the disease transmitted to humans by deer ticks, and it is rapidly becoming a major concern for Virginia residents. From 2012 to 2013, the number of confirmed Lyme disease cases Read More