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The Blue & Gray Press | June 29, 2017

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Es Hethcox

A crowded campus is a small price to pay for recruiting future Eagles

April 24, 2017 |

By ES HETHCOX

April is a stressful month for Mary Washington students, but this stress is not solely because of assignments or presentations. During the month of April the UMW Admissions Office welcomes large groups of individuals interested in Mary Washington to campus. Tour guides show these groups around residence halls, classrooms and popular campus scenes such as Ball Circle.Read More

You had me at Pho

April 20, 2017 | 1

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.Read More

Fredericksburg Visitor Center showcases brochures, maps and local art

April 13, 2017 |

By ES HETHCOX

As Friday night in downtown Fredericksburg begins to ignite, tourists and Mary Washington students wander in and out of an old brick building on the corner of Caroline and Charlotte Street. Each person has one goal in mind: to see what the city of Fredericksburg has to offer.Read More

Six study break ideas for stressed out students

April 5, 2017 |

By ES HETHCOX

It is officially April, and University of Mary Washington students are feeling the pressure of exams and dreaded presentations. It’s important to remember that study breaks are essential to the long hours spent in the library. The perfect study break is something that gives your mind a rest from long hours of wracking your brain, while not taking up too much time to distract you from you’re studying. Here are six study break ideas to help keep you relaxed and your brain rested.Read More

ResHall Recipes: comfort food for stressed out students

March 23, 2017 |

By ES HETHCOX

Even though it is officially spring, the temperatures are still low. It’s about a month from finals, and Mary Washington students are in need of some comfort food.Read More

Great Lives Lecture: George Lucas’ unexpected success

March 16, 2017 |

By ES HETHCOX

George Lucas’ need for control not only helped him succeed in making movies, but also facilitated how much he impacted the world of cinematology, The New York Times bestselling biographer told his audience in Dodd Auditorium. Read More

Midterm Tips: how to make it to spring break

February 27, 2017 |

By ES HETHCOX

Midterms for many University of Mary Washington students are happening either this week or the week after spring break. Because of this, students are feeling overwhelmed with an influx of papers, projects and tests. Here are 10 essential tips for students to not only survive midterms, but to also come out on top.Read More

A look at students’ favorite Thanksgiving and holiday traditions

December 1, 2016 |

By ESTHER HETHCOX

Whether it is cooking pies together for the Thanksgiving meal, hunting for the perfect Christmas tree or attending Christmas Eve service, holiday traditions are an integral part of everyone’s holiday season. Holiday traditions not only provide a festive atmosphere for people, but also build a community around them.Read More