Oct 20 2016

Must See Horror Movies for a Haunting Halloween

3 years ago Jonathan Joyer Comments Off on Must See Horror Movies for a Haunting Halloween
Halloween is right around the corner, and for those of you who need some kind of entertainment to satisfy your creepy side, I think I have the answer: scary movies. Read More

Fall Play Upstaged by Storm

3 years ago Co-Written Comments Off on Fall Play Upstaged by Storm
The Saturday night and Sunday afternoon showings of “Blithe Spirit” were canceled because of Hurricane Matthew, but earlier shows were praised by the audience. Senior Collette Vauthier played Madame Arcati, one of the six cast members in the play. Vauthier said it was disappointing to cancel the last two shows, and that the cast was Read More

Soccer Wins Homecoming Game

3 years ago Corey King Comments Off on Soccer Wins Homecoming Game
Hurricane Matthew couldn’t stop Virginia Wesleyan College’s women’s soccer team from getting the victory over the Maroons of Roanoke College. Homecoming weekend usually draws a good-sized crowd. Many alumni of Virginia Wesleyan College are athletes so you can always expect to see a good number of fans during these games. The women’s game was originally Read More

The Great MC Debate: Hillary Clinton

3 years ago Bayli Foley Comments Off on The Great MC Debate: Hillary Clinton
I think Hillary Clinton is by far the best candidate in this election. I don’t believe she should only be voted for as a way to vote against her opponent but rather because she is the most qualified candidate we have ever had. She has devoted her life to providing accessible healthcare and childcare. She Read More

Students in German Do Lingo With DuoLingo

3 years ago Miranda Fein Comments Off on Students in German Do Lingo With DuoLingo
Word is out about an electronic language learning resource that is convenient, mobile and best of all, free. DuoLingo offers lessons online and through mobile applications for anyone interested in learning a new language. The program offers 15 languages with guided courses for learners who are studying on their own or pairing lessons with a Read More

All-time-kills record broken in volleyball

3 years ago Patrick Suttle Comments Off on All-time-kills record broken in volleyball
The Marlins’ volleyball team’s go-to player, senior Tiffany Barrett, broke the VWC all-time-kills record on Sept. 24 at Berry College in Mt. Berry, Georgia. Tiffany has played the outside hitter position for the VWC Marlins for four years. The former record of 1,245 kills was set by our current assistant volleyball coach, Kala Herman, in Read More

The Great MC Debate: Donald Trump

3 years ago Benjamin Astrum Comments Off on The Great MC Debate: Donald Trump
Let me start this off by saying that Trump is not the perfect candidate. He has flaws just as everyone else does and I do not agree with 100 percent of the things he says and does. With that being said, I do plan on voting for Donald Trump on Nov. 8. One big concern Read More

Cultural Costumes Cause Controversy

3 years ago Mickella Rast Comments Off on Cultural Costumes Cause Controversy
Young and old alike have heralded Halloween across the nation, seconded only in enthusiasm by chain stores. Skeletons peek around doorways, jack-o-lanterns greet passersby and bats join their feathered brethren in the rafters. However, for every pro there is a con. Candy causes stomachaches, carved-out pumpkins are a fire risk and costumes are… cultural appropriation? Read More

Senior Night Ends in Defeat

3 years ago Corey King Comments Off on Senior Night Ends in Defeat
On Oct. 18, the Marlins volleyball team took the court against the Knights of Southern Virginia for their senior night, but the night did not go as the Marlins would have hoped. The Marlins headed into the contest against the Knights with a record of 13-12 and 4-4 in conference play.  The Marlins went back Read More

Fundango Coming to Campus

3 years ago Chris Battle Comments Off on Fundango Coming to Campus
On Oct. 22, the campus will host the twelfth annual Kids Fundango Festival, featuring the Art of Puppetry. The festival was brought to the school by VWC’s Executive Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Joanne Renn. It was created by Regina Marscheider, the founder of non-profit organization Stop Abuse. Stop Abuse raises awareness of child abuse through education, detection Read More