By CAMERON ASHLEY
Recently, the applications for UMW Domain Fellows closed and a new group of applicants became the next group of students to participate in the second year of this program, in which students create their own projects using UMW’s Domain of One’s Own.
By ALICEN HACKNEY
With the release of their most recent album “Hypochondriac,” which came out on Aug 24, The Frights have stretched from their consistent surf punk sound to encompass a grungy and rather clear studio sound.
By Emily Keehan
Sept. 22 marked the first day of autumn and the start of all the traditions and fun that come with the changing of the weather. The UMW community was eager to share their favorite things about this time of year and the traditions they uphold.
By HEATHER STROTHER
Friends of the Rappahannock, based in Fredericksburg, is a strong advocate for environmental education, restoration and advocacy.
By KAITLYN MCCLUNG
But do University of Mary Washington students really feel that taking AP courses in high school helped prepare them for college courses here, or was it a waste of their time?
By SARAH HAMPTON
It is not about post-grad jobs or internships that are already on every senior’s mind, it is about the privilege of walking across the graduation stage.
By ALLISON TOVEY
For some people, music is just something they enjoy. For others, it is something that becomes a part of them. Such is the case for UMW senior Abby Steinberg.
By HARRY FISHER
Few plays are willing to tackle as much emotional subject matter as “The Amish Project.”
By LUKE HILMER
With the passing tropical depression Florence leaving humid moisture all across campus, many students are began to question the integrity of the campus dormitory air conditioning.
By LAURA TAYLOR
Imagine traveling to Buenos Aires, Argentina, where locals carry around little leather water carriers with herbs.
By MARIE ROPER
“Crazy Rich Asians” has the typical mother disliking the girlfriend trope but with a refreshing twist.
By LINDEY BROWN
The talented country music superstar Carrie Underwood dropped her seventh studio album “Cry Pretty” on Friday, Sep. 14.
By JOSEPH LANGLEY
Find out what makes UMW one of the most beautiful campuses in Virginia.
By ANDRE TURNER
So, what’s on UMW student’s current music playlist?
By DALEY JENNINGS
On Sept. 7 and 8, student leaders on campus came together to participate in the second annual UMW Student Leadership Summit.
By ELIZABETH FINTO
Eagle Gathering is one of the most prominent UMW traditions during which the new incoming class is initiated into the Mary Washington community.
Over 120 clubs, organizations and departments fill Ball Circle only twice a year, and it is an amazing sight to behold.
The event welcomes back students and celebrates the end of the first week of classes and the beginning of a new semester.
The James Farmer Multicultural Center’s Cross-Cultural Barbecue was held on August 30, as one of many social events held on campus to reach out to new students.
By Harry Fisher
It has a very different tone than the games, but on its own, it can be a rather entertaining movie.
By Kyle Lehmann
For many college students, especially upperclassmen, summertime means finding internships.
By GARY KNOWLES
With the semester coming to a close, students’ schedules will be opening up to do things with their free time.
By EMILY ROSSI
The class of 2021 is finishing up its freshman year and has learned to grow and improve in many ways.
By JOSHUA STALEY
The writing and speaking centers are invaluable resources for students at the University of Mary Washington.
Grace Howie, Contributing Writer
Lucy Dacus, a 22-year-old from Richmond, ended her tour on Apr. 14 at the Rock n Roll Hotel in D.C. The show sold out so quickly when it was announced, that they booked a second show the same night. An early show, and a late show. I went to the late show that started at 10 p.m. and ended after midnight. The three bands, all playing two sets in a short few hours, was nothing short of true musicianship.
By VICTORIA GRANT
Getting paid to do homework is like killing two birds with one stone.