By SARAH GARNETT
The University of Mary Washington’s College of Business completed a two-day program called Career Chats on Tuesday, March 26 and Wednesday, March 27. The program is designed to benefit students and give them a better understanding of life after graduating from UMW.
By VINCENT SMIROLDO
On Feb. 19, with the help of Dean Lynne Richardson, the College of Business (COB) hosted an event called Life in the Fast Lane.
By JOSHUA STALEY
Rather than facing off against another school, our lady ruggers go head-to-head with players of the past.
By ALLY SCHUMACHER
While homecoming weekend is this week, some alumni converged upon battleground athletics complex, specifically the turf stadium, two weeks ago to play some field hockey against current Mary Washington students.
By JANAYE EVANS
The 32nd Annual Ghost Walk took place on Friday, Oct. 21 and Saturday Oct. 22 in downtown Fredericksburg. Hosted by University of Mary Washington’s Historic Preservation Club, the haunted tours took participants on a journey through 18th century Fredericksburg. Members of the club and volunteers took on roles as tour guides, historical figures and ghostly characters to bring the experience to life.
By KELLY EMMRICH
“Solid 8” is a witty, intelligent and startlingly real depiction of the dog-eat-dog world of acting. The webshow follows the early beginnings of the acting career of Nicki Shannon, played by co- creator, Magan Carrigan, as she tries to break into the New York acting scene.
By EMILY HOLLINGSWORTH
A candidate with a familiar university background will be appearing on the ballot in the next Virginia election.
By LINDSEY CRAWFORD
This semester, the University of Mary Washington is one step closer to receiving enough funds to restore the historic amphitheatre to its original state. Recent gifts, as well as surplus from the Founder’s Day challenge, pushed the fund closer to its $3 million goal.
By JULIANE KIM
Katie Mulrey, an alumna of the University of Mary Washington, lectured recently on her graduate research conducted in Antarctica. The Society of Physics Students sponsored the presentation, which occurred on Wednesday, March 11.
By DAHLIA SOMERS
Due to the planning that went into the five year Mary Washington First campaign, the school’s $50 million campaign goal is now within reach. By the end of the fourth fiscal year of the campaign, the projected donations are safely over $40 million.
Andrew Leonard, University of Mary Washington Class of 2013 alummnus, received the Fredericksburg Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Technology Council Geek of the Year award. The award was for the application idea, CampusIDeas, that he and several colleagues created with for smart phones and other devices.
By: BULLET STAFF
The University of Mary Washington is ramping up its efforts to attract and maintain donations.
They have been working to set up alumni chapters across the country, travelling to the Galapagos Islands with its Alumni College, and …
By: CATHALIJNE ADAMS
Several University of Mary Washington alumni seized the opportunity to contribute to the Fredericksburg business community, opening The Sunken Well Tavern, The Otter House and Bistro Bethem just a few miles away from their alma mater.
As a fairly recent alumnus of UMW, I’m still reeling from the news that President Hample has resigned. Unless Judy Hample becomes an alcoholic before June 30, this situation can’t become much more of a disaster for those of us …
For alumni that want a second chance at studying abroad, Mary Washington has two different programs to make their travel plans easier.
Both the President’s Travel Club and the Alumni Travel Program organize educational trips through the university that are …
Senior Sylvia Sierra discovered on April 3 that she had won a Fulbright Scholarship to Mexico. Sierra is the fifth student to earn a Fulbright at the University of Mary Washington. The scholarship entails all expenses paid for …
By HEATHER BRADY
The University of Mary Washington will hold a Founder’s Day celebration March 14 as part of its observance of this year’s Centennial.
The day will include a convocation ceremony featuring keynote speakers Governor Tim Kaine and David …
By BRYNN BOYER
When University of Mary Washington senior Jennifer Davis graduates in May, she will be two months away from her dream job, serving in West Africa as a Peace Corps volunteer.
Davis’ plan is not an uncommon one. …