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The Blue & Gray Press | October 20, 2018

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Alexis Erb

Salisbury cruises past UMW men’s lacrosse 10-20

April 19, 2018 |


Staff Writer

With two games until the first round of the CAC tournament the University of Mary Washington Men’s lacrosse team brought their game this past Saturday, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Salisbury.Read More

Arming teachers would protect students in active shooter situations

March 21, 2018 |


Staff Writer

Teachers are usually concerned with wanting students to shoot for straight As, but now they are worried about whether they should be carrying a weapon to protect students. According to, 56 percent of people believe that teachers should be armed and an underwhelming 44 percent say that teachers shouldn’t.Read More

Students welcome year of the Dog with Chinese New Year

March 1, 2018 |


Staff Writer

This past weekend the University of Mary Washington celebrated the Chinese New Year with the community of Fredericksburg. There was a big turn out with people from a variety of backgrounds and a plethora of Chinese food from restaurants, as well as food made by locals that attended the event. Having a large turnout was a big deal because of how small the Chinese community is in the Fredericksburg area.Read More

Email chain disrupts UMW student and faculty emails

February 1, 2018 |


Staff Writer

On January 16 a mass email chain was sent out to students of the University of Mary Washington. Out of these hundreds of emails some contained  vulgar, inappropriate, and condescending remarks made towards members of the UMW community.Read More

UMW Speaking Center Upgrades its Scheduling System

October 12, 2017 |


Staff Writer

In the fall of 2017, the UMW Speaking Center implemented a new scheduling system designed to help and encourage students to make appointments for their academics. The new scheduler, a support system called Campus, was designed by the Education Advisory Board. One feature of Campus is that it has built in tools that make it possible for faculty to attend to their advisees.Read More

Macbeth takes stage in Klein Theatre

April 20, 2017 |


On Thursday, April 13 I and three of my friends found ourselves making our way across campus to Klein Theatre where we would proceed to watch a production of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. That night, what originally started as a class assignment became an enjoyable memory for the four of us.Read More

University Faculty Council meeting proposes ideas for new class recording policy

April 13, 2017 |


Students miss classes for many reasons ranging from sickness to dealing with personal issues. In situations when they cannot attend class, students tend to rely on professor’s office hours or notes from classmates in order to find out what they missed. However, a new way to obtain classroom material may become accessible to students soon.Read More