By REINA DATTA
On Saturday, April 6, a hot water line in the north side of Eagle Landing burst, sending water through all five levels of the building. What started out as a seemingly routine fire drill soon turned into a hectic day of unanswered questions and students with no access to their belongings.
By ETHAN RATLIFF
On Feb. 12, a message from President Troy Paino was sent out via email to students which addressed issues apparent in the leadership of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
By RACHEL COOPER
With Hurricane Florence approaching, UMW prepared for possible heavy wind, rain, and damage to the university.
By TONY BENSON
On the morning of February 18, stickers promoting a white nationalist organization were found at sites across campus. A schoolwide email was sent following the events by Anna Billingsley addressing the incident.
By LUKE ENGBERT
On Monday, Oct. 9, work began on what has been approximated as a two-year renovation process of the Jepson Science building. This project will likely impact many UMW students and faculty members, particularly those in the science department.
By ESTER SALGUERO
In March, Juliette Landphair, Vice President for Student Affairs, sent out a statement on behalf of the university and its staff announcing that the University of Mary Washington settled a lawsuit with Jasmine Orsted. A former student, who said that she felt racially discriminated against after being cut from the women’s basketball team before her tryout date.
By JOHN MARTIN
On Friday, April 7 at 4 p.m. the University of Mary Washington will premier their latest video series titled “The New Guy,” in the Digital Auditorium. Featuring President Troy Paino, each video will explore a different part of the UMW campus and the city of Fredericksburg.
By LYNSY SPROUSE
“We have historically been in the middle price range among the 16 public four-year colleges and universities in the commonwealth, and we track this every year because we don’t want to become one of the more expensive schools,” Provost Jonathan Levin said as the University of Mary Washington was ranked as the 16th best school in providing “the best value for ordinary, non-wealthy students,” out of 288 colleges and universities in the Southeast.
By FARAH FARHAT
The University of Mary Washington is taking down the billboards and advertising that began in conjunction with the rebranding process in October, during which it partnered with the Educational Marketing Group (EMG), hoping to attract attention to …
BY LINDLEY ESTES
Anna Billingsley, the driving force behind many of UMW’s publications, is one of 11 women receiving the Girl Scout Commonwealth Council of Virginia’s 10th annual Women of Distinction Award.
The award honors women who exhibit a high …