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The Blue & Gray Press | August 18, 2018

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Emily Ainsworth

Out of the shadows: survivors find support with UMW Talley Center

February 8, 2018 |

By ES HETHCOX

Online Editor

A trickle of female students amble into a warm room where a swirl of incense fills the air and a selection of maroon upholstered chairs surrounds a table covered with coloring books, glitter jars, … Read More

Q & A with men’s basketball coach Marcus Kahn

December 7, 2016 |

By EMILY AINSWORTH

Men’s basketball coach Marcus Kahn, discussed with The Blue & Gray Press his plan for this coming season. In addition, he mentions last season, what makes a successful team, and the upcoming game on Saturday against Marymount.Read More

Res Life shows reluctance to provide information to students on shot glass issue

December 1, 2016 |

By ISABEL FAUST

Recently, Resident Assistants at the University of Mary Washington have become reluctant to speak with student writers when it comes to the subject of policies and procedures. RAs have been told that they cannot speak directly with The Blue & Gray Press and the reasons why are unclear.Read More

Ban on shot glasses in dorms being questioned by students

November 10, 2016 |

By EMILY AINSWORTH

The University of Mary Washington’s Student Senate recently lifted the ban on shot glasses and other alcohol related paraphernalia that encourages binge drinking.

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Studio 115 actors explore new characters in production “Miscast”

September 21, 2016 |

By EMILY AINSWORTH

University of Mary Washington’s theatre department presented “Miscast” on Saturday, Sept. 17, a one-hour production about actors who portrayed characters that they would never in a million years be casted as in the world of professional theatre.

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Transfers struggling to find community on campus

September 15, 2016 |

By EMILY AINSWORTH

Transferring to a new school is similar to being a teenager; both involve being caught in the middle of a major transition. As neither a freshman nor a veteran, people are quick to assume that if you are a new student, you are a freshman, which can get very annoying.Read More