Volleyball Clinches First ODAC Championship Crown in Program History
For the first time in program history, the Virginia Wesleyan University volleyball team was crowned champion of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) as the team defeated top-seeded Randolph-Macon, 3-1 (25-17, 15-25, 25-17, 29-27), on November 9. More
Thank You, Veterans, For Your Service
VWU paid tribute to service members during its annual Veterans Day Ceremony on November 11. More 

Generations Unite to Address Climate Change
Campus conference helps community understand climate change effects and solutions. More 

Competition Begins for Batten Honors College Fourth Cohort
The first of three competition weekends took place November 16-18. More 

Faculty Focus: John Rudel
VWU professor's latest exhibition displays hopeful works of 84 local high school students.  More
Galvanized to Tell Important Stories
Marlin Chronicle student editors attend National College Media Convention. More 

Students Host Business Conference November 18-22
On-campus presentations and interactive panels embrace the theme, "Business: Behind the Scenes." More 

Healing and Hope:  
Area Students Use Art to Respond to Violence
Local high school students respond to tragedy in "Healing & Hope," a juried exhibition in Virginia Wesleyan University's Neil Britton Art Gallery from November 21 to December 13. Made possible by the Virginia Wesleyan University Art Department and the Center for the Study of Religious Freedom, the exhibit is free and open to the public. More   

News Briefs
Transgender and Christian: A Coming Out and Coming Home Story; VWU Earns ALL IN Challenge Silver Seal for Campus Voting Rate; Virginia Philosophical Association Holds Annual Meeting at Wesleyan; Fall of the Berlin Wall 30th Anniversary Celebration More   
Marlins in the Media  
VWU's championship volleyball team featured inThe Virginian-Pilot: "Virginia Wesleyan women take conference volleyball tournament title, earn NCAA berth;" WHRO's "A Local Touch" featured an interview with Joshua Harris, composer of "There Will Be Stars Over This Place Forever," commissioned in honor of Susan S. Goode for the dedication concert during the grand opening of the Susan S. Goode Fine and Performing Arts Center; VWU alumna Casey Scalf '00, owner of Storybook Studios in Chesapeake, was featured on 13 News Now in the article, "'Fearless Spirit': Fighting bullying one photo at a time."
A Wesleyan Christmas: Letters to Santa
 December 6-7   7:30 p.m.
The VWU Camerata and Vox Vera, under the direction of Dr. Bryson Mortensen, present traditional and contemporary Christmas music, paired with holiday tales, past and present.
$10-15 | vwu.tix.com | Free to VWU students, staff, faculty
Campus Events     
November 1 - 30

November 21 - December 13

November 22
November 23
VWU Orchestra

VOLUNTEER Hampton Roads Family Volunteer Day

November 27 - 29
Thanksgiving Holiday

December 3
Port Day

December 5
Freedom Songs: Soundtrack for the Civil Rights Movement

December 6 - 7
A Wesleyan Christmas: Letters to Santa  
December 8

December 11
Reading Day

December 11 - 17
Final Examinations

December 18
Heritage Holiday Concert
VWU Holiday Gift Guide
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Connect with President Miller  
VWU alumni and friends from around the country connect with Virginia Wesleyan University President Scott D. Miller on his travels through a series of special events.  
View upcoming Presidential Events dates and cities, and for more information or to schedule an event in your area, email alumni@vwu.edu or call 757.233.8786.

757.455.3200  //  www.vwu.edu 

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