By KATE SELTZER
The latest in a line of campus building closings, UMW’s University Center will close indefinitely in the fall of 2019.
By JACK HAGAN
After much deliberation UMW athletics has decided to add a semi varsity slip ‘n slide team after pressure from President Paino who formed fond sliding memories during the Slide FXBG event in early September.
By EKATERINA SAVELYEVA
Last week, UMW junior Erin Andrewlevich was recognized by the CAC as women’s track athlete of the week.
By AISLING MCNARY-HICKEY
Voluntourism is a form of tourism in which travelers participate in volunteer work, typically for a charity. It is an increasingly popular form of international travel, according to Visit.org.
By ALLISON TOVEY
Made up of UMW students and alum, So Badly is a four-piece band consisting of bassist and singer Grace Howie, guitarist and singer Sarah Kinzer, guitarist Kevin Coleman and drummer Daniel Drees.
By AUGUSTUS GROHMAN
This past weekend, UMW’s golf teams hosted the Eagle Invitational Golf Tournament, a two-day division III golfing event.
By ALICEN HACKNEY
The women’s and gender studies (WGST) major has been disconnected in its interdisciplinary setup since its beginning.
By HARRY FISHER
However, after seeing the movie at its premiere, I can confidently say that “Endgame” is by far the greatest Marvel movie and definitely the greatest film ever made.
Staff Ed: The student newspaper print edition is an indispensable component of the UMW campus communityMarch 28, 2019 | The Blue & Gray Press
By THE BLUE AND GRAY PRESS EDITORIAL STAFF
The Blue and Gray Press is the only remaining physical student publication at UMW, and the print edition fills an important role in the liberal arts aspect of UMW’s culture.
First, the …
By LAUREN CLOSS
Upon discovering nearly every dining location on campus sells chocolate chip cookies, and that they are actually different, I did the only logical next step- set out to find the best chocolate chip cookies on campus.
By ETHAN BLOUCH
Viewing the film entirely on its own terms, the film is smart without being pretentious, makes you care about the main family’s survival, and even manages to effectively use jump scares.
By MAGGIE MCCOTTER
It’s that time of year- time for Housing Registration. A very stressful, almost two-month long ordeal full of deadlines, online forms and awkward questions of, “who are you living with next year?”
By HANNAH GALEONE
I, like thousands of other students my age, am going through life in college with depression. We’ve all felt down, upset or just not “right” at some point in our lives, but it takes a toll having that feeling as a permanent part of your life.
By AUGUSTUS GROHMANN
With fourteen Democrats going so far as to declare their candidacy, the ring is crowded.
Staff Ed: Mental health resources and support essential for crisis survivors during trauma aftermathMarch 28, 2019 | The Blue & Gray Press
By THE BLUE AND GRAY PRESS EDITORIAL BOARD
A year after the fatal shooting at Marjory Stoneman High School that left 17 people killed and another 17 wounded, the community is still dealing with the aftermath of that tragedy. Two …
By OLIVIA BRIDGES
Amidst this upward trend, at the end of last semester, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos proposed changes to Title IX that would require universities to apply basic due process protections for students.
By AMANDA SMITH
A week before the national competition, UMW competition cheerleading had lost its only male member to a severe leg injury.
By AVA ROBB-MCCORD
The University of Mary Washington men’s and women’s track and field teams finished their indoor season at the end of February, where men placed fourth and women placed third among competing schools in the Capital Athletic Conference.
The print edition of the paper is inefficient and wasteful compared to online publication benefits, student saysMarch 28, 2019 | Blue and Gray Press Viewpoints
By SAMUEL WEINSTEIN
There are 24 locations on campus to pick up the paper, allowing for all those thoughts and ideas to easily be spread throughout the student body.
By GINNY BIXBY
The wheelchair accessible entrance to the Heslep Amphitheatre, a $3 million renovation project, is not visible from campus walk.
By SARAH GARNETT
In a recent study done by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the sale of JUULs was found to have increased 641 percent during 2016-2017.
By DALEY JENNINGS
On Nov. 8 of last year, it was announced that a fiftieth anniversary concert of the Woodstock was in the works, sparking excitement in the rock community.
By GEMMA SPICKA-PROFFIT
Senior Allison Davis was awarded CAC Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week last week.
By VICTORIA RICKMOND
As the sixth annual Bisexual+ Health Awareness Month draws to a close, still many people remain unaware of its existence.