By LAUREN CLOSS
High school students participating in the “Shadow a Student” opportunity at UMW are often met with discouraging comments. One high school student met my friends and other peers in my classes. The student was immediately hit with their apologies about how boring the class was, how the professor didn’t explain a concept enough or how difficult the current homework project. I swooped in to reassure the student that professors are great about answering questions during office hours, how classes are very interesting and that hardworking students can still get an A.
The week prior to the Nov. 2 midterm elections the UMW College Republicans did something that no other club on campus has done before: we advertised our beliefs. Our message was simple and our technique was ordinary. With …
By ERIC STEIGLEDER and JESSICA BAREFOOT
The first ever Student Government Association town hall meeting was held in the Great Hall last Wednesday, as an opportunity for students to voice their opinions and concerns to the SGA Executive Council.