By RILEY DOHERTY
Students, faculty and guests alike have at one point or another used one of the many vending machines on campus. The 40 drink machines found on campus all bear a sign with the message “Buy a bottle from this machine and you could win up to $100 in EagleOne Dollars.”
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 LAUREN CLOSS
A hot water pipe burst in room 507 of Eagle Landing at 9:50 a.m. on April 6, spraying the facilities worker that had come to address a work order, sending water throughout all five floors on the north side and displacing 112 students.
By ES HETHCOX
With the end of the semester drawing near, some Mary Washington students are watching their flex dollars and meal swipes dwindle as they enter the final three weeks of the semester. However, UMW students should not lose hope. Fredericksburg is a college town, and college towns look after their student community.
By MATT KLINE
Due to a recent Student Government decision, EagleOne cards are getting an upgrade. Previously, users were not able to tip on their EagleOne card, now this is possible. The upgrade was made to make it more helpful to students who use their EagleOne like a credit card.
By REBECCA MELSON
On a busy Friday afternoon in Combs Hall, English Linguistics and Communication students sit scattered about the first floor lobby, working on papers and meeting deadlines. The faint clicks of their keyboards fill the halls. The printer, in the right corner of the lobby, collecting dust as a large number of students seem to be avoiding it.
By AMBER GOLDWASSER
This semester, Dining Services allows students to use their meals when they choose, without the time restrictions enforced in the past. Meals can now be used whenever Dining Services is open, regardless of the meal block, as …