By KRISTEN LEWERS
The English, Linguistics, and Communications department should offer technical writing courses, or technical communication, to further expand course options tailored towards professional writing.
By DEANNA BIONDI
Inspired by my Global Issues in Literature course, I looked through the list of courses and couldn’t find many non-Western literature classes that were still available for that semester.
By TREVOR YOUNG
It has become a commonly held opinion, especially by people outside of the institutions, that the modern liberal arts education is nothing more than a mechanism designed to produce left-leaning, progressive voters.
By DELLA HETHCOX & CRISA YOUNG
The abundance of clubs at the University of Mary Washington can be overwhelming, but for some students, they have the option of joining a club that directly pertains to their major and their personal interests.
By ANDREW PETTERSON
Since 2005, the University of Mary Washington has gathered with faculty to share ideas, known as the Social Research Colloquium. The group organizes monthly meetings for faculty to meet, discuss and present their research to one another. Topics presented are meant to expand the arts, social sciences, humanities and business education.
By EMILY HOLLINGSWORTH & RACHEL MANNING
The English, Linguistics and Communication department released its newest major, Communication and Digital Studies this semester, making UMW the first school in the state of Virginia to create a major combining the two disciplines.