Make Noise rally encourages student activism

Make Noise rally encourages student activism

By HOPE RACINE

Signing the honor code is a long-standing tradition for new students at the University of Mary Washington. With this pledge, students agree to academic honesty and integrity in their actions and relations within the community.

Homecoming Roundup: Eagles score big wins and suffer close losses

Homecoming Roundup: Eagles score big wins and suffer close losses

By CHRIS MARKHAM, MIKEY BARNES, HANNAH RIDDLE

Lip Sync contest kicked off Homecoming 2014

Lip Sync contest kicked off Homecoming 2014

By AERIEL MARILLAT

As usual, Dodd Auditorium was filled to the max Thursday night with eager students ready to watch their peers compete hilariously in the concert. Class Council held its 2014 Lip Sync Competition on Oct. 23 at 8 p.m. This popular event annually marks the kick off to Homecoming weekend every year.

British National Debate team faces off against UMW

British National Debate team faces off against UMW

By DAHLIA SOMERS

The British arrived at the University of Mary Washington with fighting spirits.

Transgender student at all women’s college faces conflict

Transgender student at all women’s college faces conflict

By COLEMAN HOPKINS

Last week, the New York Times published an article that chronicled the lives of students at Wellesley College, a Massachusetts based liberal arts college, that have changed their gender during and before their time at the college.


News

What students need to know for election day

What students need to know for election day

By NEPHTHALIE LAUTURE

What students need to know for election day

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Viewpoints

Editorial: UMW community urged to get out and vote

By Editorial Board

Too often in our everyday lives do we complain or hear complaints about the world around us, whether it be at a local or national level.

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Life

COAR volunteers at ‘Pumpkin Palooza’

COAR volunteers at ‘Pumpkin Palooza’

By EMILY HANSON

The Community Outreach and Resources program kicked off Halloween festivities with the annual community service event “Pumpkin Palooza.” A huge focus of this event is giving the University of Mary Washington students a chance to give back to children from the local community.

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Sports

Intramural Flag Football champions crowned

Intramural Flag Football champions crowned

By DAVID MERCER

The University of Mary Washington’s Department of Campus Recreation has wrapped up its 2014 flag football season. Despite lower participation as compared to last year, each of the leagues saw plenty of exciting games.

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Recent Articles

What students need to know for election day

What students need to know for election day

By NEPHTHALIE LAUTURE

What students need to know for election day

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Administration holds open forum for student concerns

Administration holds open forum for student concerns

By MONA OSMER

Students and administration came together at the University of Mary Washington for an open conversation during an informal Q & A session with the main issue being the Strategic Resource Allocation.

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Video offers striking look at harassment

Video offers striking look at harassment

By MONA OSMER

The Hollaback! campaign uploaded a Youtube video this week titled, “10 hours of walking in NYC as a woman,” revealing the environment in which women are exposed to daily in cities such as New York.

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Intramural Flag Football champions crowned

Intramural Flag Football champions crowned

By DAVID MERCER

The University of Mary Washington’s Department of Campus Recreation has wrapped up its 2014 flag football season. Despite lower participation as compared to last year, each of the leagues saw plenty of exciting games.

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COAR volunteers at ‘Pumpkin Palooza’

COAR volunteers at ‘Pumpkin Palooza’

By EMILY HANSON

The Community Outreach and Resources program kicked off Halloween festivities with the annual community service event “Pumpkin Palooza.” A huge focus of this event is giving the University of Mary Washington students a chance to give back to children from the local community.

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Music playlist suggestions by Jackson Wright

Music playlist suggestions by Jackson Wright

By RUTH BORDETT

It is a given that music majors serve as an authoritative source for well-informed opinions on music. As a senior music major at the University of Mary Washington with a concentration in bass performance, Jackson Wright is no exception.

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Historic Preservation Club brings 30th annual Ghost Walk to downtown

Historic Preservation Club brings 30th annual Ghost Walk to downtown

By COURTLAND LYLE

There’s something undeniably eerie – and yet so intriguing – about the night. The enveloping darkness that blinds one’s vision, the inability to pinpoint a strange noise, and yet the mystery of what’s out there – all of it gives even the bravest of us the chills. Combine these emotions of mystery, awe and even some fear with the unexplainable idea of ghosts, and you have a recipe for a fright-filled night.

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Keynote speaker Mara Keisling discusses gender equality

Keynote speaker Mara Keisling discusses gender equality

By KARLIN HOFFMAN

Mara Keisling, the founding executive director of the National Center for Transgender Equality visited the University of Mary Washington to discuss transgender issues as a part of the Gender and Sexual Minorities and Allies Celebration on Oct. 21.

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Dorm Room D.I.Y: Last minute costumes

Dorm Room D.I.Y: Last minute costumes

By AMANDA MOTLEY

With Halloween this Friday, you might be scrambling for the perfect costume. Halloween is one of the most anticipated celebrations of the year and can even last over a weekend or two, so you might need to dress up more than once.

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