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Eagle Men Win Record-Setting Game

February 8, 2007 |

By MONICA OWENS

The University of Mary Washington had more than a victory to celebrate on Tuesday as they exited the court in Goolrick Gymnasium. Senior Mike Lee shot his fifteen-hundredth point during the game.  He is the third player … Read More

UMW Eagle Women Cruise By Sea Gulls

February 8, 2007 |

By MARY PURKERT

The University of Mary Washington Women’s basketball team not only silenced Salisbury fans, but Salisbury’s coach as well, in their 72-51 win over the Sea Gulls in Goolrick Gynasium Tuesday. The Sea Gulls coach, who prior to … Read More

Ecology Club Seeks Greener Campus

February 8, 2007 |

By BRITTANY DEVRIES

For some students at the University of Mary Washington, concern for the environment goes far beyond recycling duty in the residence halls. Through an Energy Conservation Initiative proposal, students in the Ecology Club have suggested that the … Read More

Mass Email Cut Has Downside

February 8, 2007 |

By MARY DAVID

University officials have recently changed the mass e-mail policy in efforts to reduce the number of e-mails going out to all faculty and students. While some of the administration seems positive about the change, faculty have expressed … Read More

School Asks For $35 M For Dorms

February 8, 2007 |

By KAY BOATNER

Residence halls at the University of Mary Washington are about to become a little less crowded. University officials have requested authority from the state government to raise $35 million to build new residence halls on campus.  Gov. … Read More

Honor Council Gets Advisor

February 8, 2007 |

By KATIE MORGAN

Dr. Bernard Chirico, vice president for student affairs and dean of students, was selected as the University’s advisor to the Honor Council in September. The position was created when President Frawley and the Board of Visitors delegated … Read More

Dodging ‘Moose,’ Student Crashes

February 8, 2007 |

By KATY BURNELL

When UMW Debate Coach Adrienne Brovero and her husband returned home from the library on Dec. 16,  they found tire tracks, broken glass and car parts littering their backyard. “The first thing we noticed was that the … Read More

Sex Column Divides Student Body

February 8, 2007 |

By ELIZABETH NOWROUZ

UMW is talking about sex. And not just that. It is talking about talking about sex. Students are choosing sides, and what began as the brainchild of a women’s studies class is now one of the most … Read More

Club O Makes a Splash Onto the UMW Scene

February 8, 2007 |

By KAY BOATNER

One might expect to find a “no boys allowed” sign posted on the door to Meeting Room 1 above the Eagle’s Nest.  The small room is crowded with about 15 girls, all of who are discussing personality … Read More

Frisbee Teams Gear Up For Spring

February 8, 2007 |

By RACHEL MASON

Two years ago, both the University of Mary Washington men’s and women’s Ultimate Frisbee teams made it to the Atlantic Coast Regionals in Statesboro, Ga. for the first time. However, in 2005 UMW was thrown into a … Read More

UMW Celebrates Black History  

February 8, 2007 |

By MEGAN GRIGORIAN

The University of Mary Washington campus kicked off the celebration of Black History Month on Feb. 2 to large numbers of students and Fredericksburg community members. The events chosen this year by a planning committee, which consists … Read More

Top 5: "It Sucks to Be a Teenager" Comedy Classics

February 8, 2007 |

By ANDY DRAKE

1. “Dazed and Confused” It took a long time before my friends were able to convince me to watch “Dazed and Confused.”  The burnouts hidden behind a veil of pot smoke makes the DVD cover look like … Read More

Comic: Feb. 1

February 1, 2007 |

By WILL BREWSTER and AUSTIN COBB

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The Spotlight: "Roxy Music" by Roxy Music

February 1, 2007 |

By ALEX BEMISH

Roxy Music by Roxy Music (1972)

What it is: The debut by one of the most influential bands in rock music (despite the fact people rarely talk about them).

Why you should care: When many people think … Read More

Spectacle Showcases Myriad Student Films

February 1, 2007 |

By LENA MOSES-SCHMITT

Sophomore Jonathan Stallings has been shooting and editing films since he was in seventh grade. Stallings submitted three of the dozen or so films that will be shown at University of Mary Washington’s student-made film festival, The … Read More

Broken Blue Centerlight Rocks The Loft

February 1, 2007 |

By SARA BAHRAINI

For the musicians rocking out, College Night did not feature many college students in the audience. But on Feb. 1, KC’s Music Alley did showcase three talented bands: Philip Uster and the House Floor, Sparky’s Flaw and … Read More

Micheal Ian Black Swings Through UMW

February 1, 2007 |

By SUSANNAH CLARK

Comedian, actor and pop-culture enthusiast Michael Ian Black has signed on to kick-off Giant Productions’ new spring comedy series next week Thursday, Feb. 15. This semester, Giant has nabbed five or six comedy acts to perform. Sophomore … Read More

Saints March In, Stomp On Eagle Men (77-73)

February 1, 2007 |

By JENICA SEMLER

When Thursday’s game against Marymount University ended and the Saints had won, the University of Mary Washington’s fans filed out of Goolrick Gymnasium in near silence.  It was the first home game this season that the Eagles … Read More

Basketball Rallies For Home Win

February 1, 2007 |

By MONICA OWENS

The stands were rowdy, fans were screaming and the adrenaline was high. There was never a question as to whether the Eagles were ready to beat their long-time rivals, the Marymount Saints, at home court. It was … Read More

Students React To ‘Poop Smell’

February 1, 2007 |

By MARY DAVID

University of Mary Washington alumnus Katie Molinaro, who graduated in December, was giving a campus tour in late September when the unmistakable odor of raw sewage permeated the area of the Woodard Campus Center. “What is that … Read More

Mental Health Group Starts UMW Chapter

February 1, 2007 |

By STACY HORNE

Ever had something that you were just dying to tell someone but you couldn’t?  Is your roommate sleeping with her boyfriend’s best friend and no one has a clue?  Is the pressure of finals stressing you out … Read More

Police Beat: Feb. 1

February 1, 2007 |

By STEPHANIE TAIT

Jan. 24—At 12:20 p.m., a 22-year-old female resident of the apartments reported to police that someone stole her parking decal from her car. There are no suspects or witnesses and the case is under investigation.

Jan. 25—At … Read More

Underuse An Issue For Parking Deck

February 1, 2007 |

By GRACIE HART

It was an early Tuesday afternoon and the recently-opened parking deck at the University of Mary Washington resembled a ghost town. The first and second levels of the garage had only ten cars parked in them combined, … Read More

Mace Now Banned On Campus

February 1, 2007 |

By EMILY FRANK

On a campus whose devotion to safety is as evident as the blue lights on every corner, some would be surprised to learn that mace and pepper spray are strictly prohibited in dining and residence halls. This … Read More

UMW Buys Up The Block

February 1, 2007 |

By STACY HORNE

After two years sitting vacant, the $2.5 million home on the corner of College Avenue and William St. may soon have an owner: the University of Mary Washington. On Tuesday, sellers accepted the contract for the house … Read More

Rescue Officials Overlook Treed Cat, Students Step In

February 1, 2007 |

By LAUREN BIRNEY

A UMW student may face charges for not complying with campus police after trying to rescue a cat from a tree on campus on Sunday, Jan. 21. Sophomore Jeff May had volunteered to ascend a tree after … Read More

Bogey’s Offers Beer, Flare, Music And More

February 1, 2007 |

By STEFANIE SKY It was another Tuesday and another bar for eight UMW ladies celebrating another girl’s night out. The bar of choice this week, Bogey’s in Central Park. My three roommates, Taylor, Lindsey and I started off our evening at … Read More

Students Collect Over 150 Shoes For Africa

February 1, 2007 |

By MEGAN GRIGORIAN

Senior Dustin McDonald gets a daily reminder of his charitable cause when he opens his closet every morning only to see more than 100 pairs of shoes piled to the ceiling.  As he walks through his apartment … Read More