President Greer is retiring: the ending of a chapter

Jessica Mackey, News Editor Virginia Wesleyan College is in a state of transition, a transition between the ending of an era to embracing the changes of a new, fresh start. After spending more than two decades here, President William [...]

SGA Story

Molly Fanney Imani West and Karalyn Schimek have been very busy this year, and just about every year of college up to now. They are very involved in the campus community, holding high positions in their sororities multiple on-campus jobs, serving [...]

Blocker Reno

Molly Fanney Virginia Wesleyan’s 45-­year­-old natural sciences building, Blocker Hall, will be receiving some substantial renovations over the summer, with the intent of modernizing and maximizing undergraduate research resources and classroom [...]

Unconventional Leadership

Molly Fanney Everyone remembers leaders such as Gandhi, Pope Francis, and Che Guevara, but I bet most people wouldn’t know that those people fit the description of unconventional. Virginia Wesleyan offered a new course this past spring semester [...]

Men’s tennis advances in ODACs

KELLIE LAGOY Staff Writer The men’s tennis team started their journey to the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Championships on Saturday with a win in the quarterfinals against Roanoke College. With this victory, the team has sealed a place [...]

Blue Marlin Scholarship increases applicant pool

Aoife Branco News Editor Once solely available to freshman students, The Blue Marlin Scholarship is going to be available to all students who meet the requirements, starting in the fall of 2014. “It would be beneficial if it came out in the [...]