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The Blue & Gray Press | May 23, 2018

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Political science majors should be required to take economics

April 25, 2018 |

By KELLY EVANS

Staff Writer

There has been controversy over required courses at the University of Mary Washington for years, specifically with the foreign language and general education requirements. However, the lack of economic courses required for the political science major should be a topic of concern as well.
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Handmade gifts give back

December 1, 2010 |

By ALYSSA DANDREA

With the holiday season just around the corner and gift ideas on the brain, a UMW student-run initiative called Esfuerzo de Amor is offering a unique and eco-friendly selection of clutches, earrings and headbands at affordable costs.

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Chocoholics beware: the end is near

December 1, 2010 |

A world without chocolate is one that sophomore Hannah Kassebaum never imagined.

“It would be like you telling me the sun would explode, or the wind stop blowing, or water drying up all over the earth—It would have to be … Read More

Living on Two Dollars a Day

April 7, 2010 |

The makeshift shelter looks like a pile of trash, cardboard boxes for a floor, an orange trash bag and a blue tarp fluttering in the breeze. The tarp is tied to the Ball Circle chain-link fence, T-shirts hanging on it.

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Climate Change a Complex Issue: It's More Than Just the Believers Versus the Skeptics

January 21, 2010 |

By MASON RAYNER Guest Columnist

Few issues have proven to be as divisive as climate change. Unfortunately, the ideological rancor from both sides has resulted in a debate that has become highly politicized, with a complex and nuanced issue of … Read More