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Wesleyan Engaged moves civic engagement online for the 2020-2021 school year

Wesleyan Engaged focuses on programs throughout the campus and community that engage VWU students, faculty and staff on issues like animals, the environment, Hampton Roads schools, health, hunger, housing and…

Students look ahead to summer break

Summer is almost here! Summer break is right around the corner for the Marlin community, as well as for many college students, as the semester comes to a close in…

Student Activities leaders hopeful for even more events next Fall

As the 2020/2021 academic year wraps up, Melina Cabral and Matt Hardy interviewed with the Marlin Chronicle to reflect on their experience as members of the Off the Hook team…

Business conference finds creative solutions

From March 30, 2021 to April 1, 2021, business students at VWU hosted their annual Marlin Business Conference. This year, due to COVID-19, the conference took a different form from…

The Fun Zone brings big prizes and in-person activities to the VWU students

The Fun Zone, a collaboration between the University’s own Student Activities and the recreation department, has been hard at work this semester coming up with events and activities for students…

A Year in Review at VWU

New data displays latest enrollment, program rates

Virginia Wesleyan recently released its newest College Fact Sheet, laying out key demographic changes and program selection rates for 2020. Total enrollment numbers this year dropped slightly versus last year:…

Editors debate future of football

NFL Draft Prediction  The NFL draft begins April 29 and runs through May 1. The draft is the talk of the off-season and for good reason. It can turn a…

Students look back on a challenging 2020-2021 academic year

Despite many community members having a very rough year, as the 2020-2021 school year winds down, many have reflected on the good, the bad, and the funny of the last…

Deliberative dialogue encourages bridging political divides

On Thursday, April 8, Virginia Wesleyan University hosted a “Politics & Subs” deliberative discussion at the Batten Student Center. The event was organized by Associate Director of the Robert Nusbaum…