Let’s get ethical: Ethics Bowl comes to VWC

On Feb. 12, many people were at the beach, enjoying the balmy 80-degree weather and the crystal blue skies. However, those competing in the 18th Annual Wells Fargo Ethics Bowl, including eight VWC students, chose instead to crowd into the stuffy Blocker Hall Auditorium and debate…

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Baseball Drops First Three Games

Head Coach Chris Francis, who has worked with the baseball team for three seasons, and his assistant Thomas Seay were looking to build off of last season’s 18-15 record. However, the VWC Baseball team fell twice to North Carolina Wesleyan on Saturday and once to Salisbury University on Sunday.

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Master Plan

President Miller gave students a glimpse into the future of Virginia Wesleyan College by presenting the 10-year Master Plan on Nov. 30. Miller discussed such projects as the construction of…

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Campus remembers math professor

Linda Partridge, a popular and valued VWC mathematics professor, died Nov. 20 of cancer. Students and professors alike reacted with sadness and good memories of Partridge, speaking of how clearly she showed her care for her students.

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Overtime rule on hold, college payroll unaffected

A federal judge blocked the Department of Labor’s new overtime rule that would have gone into effect Dec. 1. President Obama championed the rule in his efforts to strengthen the middle class. VWC President Scott Miller, who had opposed the rule, said in his recent Nota Bene that…

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Marlins dominate in home opener

From the opening whistle to the final buzzer, the Marlins never took their foot off the gas as they dominated the Monarchs of Methodist University Friday in the Jane P. Batten Student Center.

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Truck hits freshman

While running across Wesleyan Drive on Nov. 8., freshman Timothy Muslusky was hit by a truck. Muslusky participates in track and was in the middle of practicing when hit.

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