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From the Editor: When a scammer reached out to me, I reached back with a quid pro quo

BY JOHN-HENRY DOUCETTE PUNGO — The day before our nation celebrated independence from the Crown, I got an urgent email that seemed to be from the president of a university where I teach. Except maybe I should mention this email came… Continue Reading

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Us: Dr. Scott D. Miller, president of Virginia Wesleyan University

What can we do in the New Year to help build inclusive communities amid a time of polarization? BY SCOTT D. MILLER One of the most complex issues for any higher-education president is campus security — not simply guaranteeing physical… Continue Reading

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Us: Building inclusive communities in 2018 amid a time of division

THE INDEPENDENT NEWS Because we see deep division and language that has fueled a rise in hateful harassment — even violence — The Independent News posed a question to community leaders, writers and artists.  What can we do in the… Continue Reading

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Virginia Wesleyan College will add two master’s degree programs in 2017

BY JOHN-HENRY DOUCETTE COURTHOUSE – Virginia Wesleyan College, a private liberal arts institution on the Virginia Beach-Norfolk border, will introduce its first master’s degree programs next year. A master of arts in education program begins in the summer, with four… Continue Reading