Oct 8 2015

The wait is over

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By Samantha Small and Justine Herving Disney is finally set to release the sequels to the hit Pixar films “Finding Nemo” (2003) and “The Incredibles” (2004). Twelve years have passed since viewers filed into theaters to view Marlin search the seas for his son, Nemo, or the Parr family of undercover superheroes fight the evil Read More

Currier scores for the Marlin and Lakers

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By Michael Willson It is the dream of many collegiate athletes to one day play at the professional level. For senior lacrosse player Josh Currier that dream is reality. In addition to playing attack for the Marlins, Currier also plays for the Canadian box lacrosse (indoor lacrosse) team the Peterborough Lakers. “I love being a Read More

The Dugout: Patrick Kane’s sex scandal is getting little to no media attention

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By Jamie Crawley One of the biggest constants these last few months in the world of sports is the stand against violence regarding women.  A large number of football players have lost their jobs just from the mere thought of being involved in any type of scandal involving abusing or causing any type of harm Read More

Benefits of freshman involvement

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By Kayla Brown It feels like just the other day was the first day of classes, and now we are officially in week six of the fall semester. Wow, time flies. Before you know it, you will be entering the Convocation Center with your graduating class in your cap and gown, walking across the stage, Read More

White-washed feminism

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By Douglas Hardman Feminism: I think we pretty much get the idea by now. However, there seems to be a bias in the media when it comes to the portrayal of feminism. While all outlets and platforms to promote the idea of feminism are constructive, it seems as though white celebrities get the spotlight over Read More

Commandeering the commons

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By Alex McComb An absence of common spaces in residence halls has led to a decreased sense of community among residential students. Village I and II residence hall lounges were converted into housing by the college four years ago because of an increase in enrollment and an inability to build. “It was done purely because Read More

VWC’s Operation Big Fish

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By Kiersten Newnam In fall 2017, the Greer Environmental Sciences Center will open for students. The eco-friendly building remained a secret for about six months under the code name “Big Fish” until the project was unveiled at former President William T. “Billy” Greer’s retirement celebration on May 20. An anonymous donor gifted the center in Read More