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The Best is Yet to Come

January 25, 2015 |

Jasmine Blackwell

Senior Writer

When given the opportunity to transfer to Old Dominion, it was a no brainer for Virginia Beach native Trey Freeman.  He could now travel just through the tunnel to visit his family and have the opportunity … Read More

Arledge Making Most of Chance with Monarchs

January 25, 2015 |

By Matt O’Brein

Staff Writer

In the summer of 2013,Jonathan Arledge was coming off his best season ever with the George Mason Patriots. Arledge put up double figures 13 times in the 2012-2013 campaign and was poised for a great … Read More

Microsoft Returns to Form with Microsoft 10

January 23, 2015 |

By Carlito Ricafort

Staff Writer

Well, PC users, it’s almost time for a new operating system update to be unleashed onto the public! Recently, Microsoft held a press conference detailing its latest flagship software upgrade, Windows 10. Windows 10 aims … Read More

The 10 Most Anticipated Games of 2015

January 23, 2015 |

By Alyse Stanley

Senior Writer

 

The first year is always the driest season for a new generation of consoles. Well, the rains are here everyone, and this year proves to be flooded with quality titles and long-awaited sequels. Even … Read More

Bottled Up Brilliance

January 22, 2015 |

Sara Fernandez

Contributing Writer

Bottled up brilliance was the topic in the Strome Entrepreneurial Center on Thursday, January 22 as speakers Leslie Crews and Jessica Rhenda gave sensible tips on successfully starting and running their own non-alcoholic drink distribution line … Read More

Faux News is Good News: Cardigans for Cadavers

January 18, 2015 |

By George Plank

A new charity is gaining steam after a parents organization in Warren County, KY decided to take matters into its own hands. A local mothers group, Curators over Whatever (C.O.W.), noticed that the conditions in the local … Read More

World on Fire Discussion

January 15, 2015 |

Students, local journalists and other guests gathered for an enlightening discussion between journalist David Ignatius and Ambassador Ryan Crocker on the “World on Fire” last night. The conversation was focused on the current situation in both Western Europe, the Middle East and the implications … Read More

CENTCOM’s Social Media Hacked by Alleged ISIS Supporters

January 15, 2015 |

By Alyse Stanley

Senior Writer

The official YouTube and Twitter accounts for the U.S. military’s Central Command were hacked Monday by apparent sympathizers for the Islamic State.  The group posted several threatening Tweets and military documents before CENTCOM temporarily suspended … Read More