By SARAH DAVIS
A recent state department travel warning threatened the livelihood of La Ceiba, the student-run microfinance institution operating under the Students Helping Honduras (SHH) umbrella, due to the University’s concerns over liability issues.
By CHINO TORRES
The University of Mary Washington recently adopted a new platform called OrgSync for managing university organizations and their communications. The system is geared toward assisting student and faculty-led groups in communication and club tasks.
By THIKIRI YEE
In the aftermath of the student protest in response to future potential budget cuts, we the students are now in more critical need than ever to save some of the academic programs here at the University of Mary Washington.
By CHRISTIAN ZAPATERO
Even though the Eagles’ men’s basketball team had three players score double-figure points and a rambunctious crowd behind them, they still fell to Frostburg State, 78-72, on Dec. 1, at the Anderson Center.
By EMILY MONTGOMERY
While they did not perform any Christmas carols, the One Note Stand’s winter concert on Monday kicked off the season in a festive flurry of harmony.
By CHARLOTTE RODINA
About 40 University of Mary Washington student demonstrators gathered around the fountain in front of Monroe Hall on Friday, Nov. 16 to voice their support for the liberal arts and to show concern about potential program cuts.
By JAMES MOORE
Recently, it has come to the attention of many students at the University of Mary Washington that there may be some “reallocation of resources” and cutting of funding from certain departments at the school. This action appears to have been taken by the administration without the consideration of student input.
By JOSH JOHNSON
“Preseason rankings are based on last year,” said Head Women’s Basketball Coach Deena Applebury. “It’s humbling and nice to know that we are respected in that manner, but we still need to prove ourselves worthy of that ranking this year.”
By MADELINE McDONALD
Bhangra Beat made an upbeat and energetic return to the spotlight on Nov. 17 in the Anderson Center.
By COLLEEN HUBER
The Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), Richard Finkelstein, said that the University of Mary Washington is hiring a consulting firm to help evaluate academic departments and programs and possibly cut some.
By JAMES LUPIA
Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield of Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream discussed business, politics and the social responsibility of corporations to improve their community in a speech presented by the Fredericksburg Forum.
By RYAN QUINT
Some people don’t like the fact that President Obama was reelected. They really, really don’t like that fact. They’re so mad they could secede.
By RUTH BORDETT
For most of the U.S. population, or at least those who inhabit Vermont, Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield of Ben and Jerry’s Homemade Ice Cream are regarded as mythical creatures of sorts.
Of course, any production that bears the golden seal of Stephen Sondheim is not likely to be typical in any way.
A musical with an illustrious history, “Into the Woods” has been featured on numerous professional stages, from New York City, N.Y., to London, England.
By THOMAS BOWMAN
President Barack Obama celebrated his 2012 election victory over opponent and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney in Chicago, Ill., using his reelection speech as an opportunity to repair the damage brought on by the hard-fought campaign.
By ELIZABETH BRENNAN
The University of Mary Washington is at a crossroads with its identity. Three years ago, during my sophomore year, UMW started experimenting with ways to attract new students while still staying true to who we are.
By CHRISTIAN ZAPATERO
On a windy Saturday afternoon, the University of Mary Washington women’s field hockey team strolled onto the artificial turf field at the Battlegrounds to face the Wesley’s women’s field hockey team for the Capital Athletic Conference championship.
By GREG JONES
Since the beginning of August, the Fredericksburg Police Department has received 29 complaints concerning University of Mary Washington parties off-campus, which is a decrease from the 49 complaints made in 2011.
By MAX REINHARDT
With the election now just days away, the race is looking tighter than ever. Virginia is still up for grabs and, surprisingly, so are the votes of many Mary Washington students.
By LEIGH WILLIAMS
Saturday evening, attendees of the fifth annual “HaHas for TaTas” student comedy show were offered more than just a clever name as they were treated to an evening of good, clean, awkward fun in the name of breast cancer fundraising.
By KEVIN BOILARD
With her team down 2-0 in overtime penalty kicks, University of Mary Washington sophomore goalkeeper Charlotte Owens needed to provide a spark.
By BRIDGET BALCH
There was a suspicious fire on commitment flags that were hung near the Monroe Fountain as part of the Red Flag Campaign a little after midnight on Sunday, Oct. 21, according to the University Police.
By MADELINE McDONALD
Ball Circle was bright with color Friday night as performance painter David Garibaldi brought his show, “Rhythm and Hue,” to the University of Mary Washington as part of homecoming.