By JACKSON DOWNEY
Students are often told that internships are a great way to gain experience for the workforce, but internships can be a great deal of work, sometimes without compensation.
By ELISE ADAMS
On Thursday, Oct. 20, Kyle Ragsdale, the Executive Vice President for the Chief Marketing Officer at Billy Casper Golf, came to speak in the Digital Auditorium of the Hurley Convergence Center.
By KELLY EMMRICH
Nestled in between the University of Mary Washington campus and downtown Fredericksburg, Sugar Shack Donuts is an integral part of the Fredericksburg community. Significantly, this past week Sugar Shack celebrated its first birthday after one year since opening its doors in Frederisburg.
By PATRICIA YATES
On Jan. 28 Mattel, Inc. announced a new line of Barbie Fashionistas that would include three more body types to go alongside the original body type; curvy, tall and petite. The dolls come in multiple skin colors, clothing styles, facial structures and have different hair colors including blue and purple.
By MAGGIE KARRS
At the Small Business Panel held by Career Services on Feb. 18 in Lee Hall, six former University of Mary Washington students provided an inside look at the intricacies of owning their own business.
By CATHALIJNE ADAMS Staff Writer
Starting in the fall, the University of Mary Washington’s College of Business will be requiring that incoming students apply to their college separately, according to their website.
This comes among other changes as the college …
Women go to great lengths not to touch themselves in public, especially in any region around the genitals or breasts. Beyond brushing our hands through our hair, we make sure not to disturb any other part of the body even …