By T’KEYAH JONES
In the past few weeks, students have become aware of just how bad this flu season has been and continues to be. Not only is the issue all over the news, but a high volume of students are getting sick. The last thing anyone wants to face is having to fight off sickness while trying to balance college life. No one has time to miss classes and certainly no one wants to be sick, especially with the flu.
By KELLY EMMRICH
Flu season has just begun and with the weather being 40 degrees one day and 80 the next, our bodies and immune systems are simply freaking out. I am sick, and I know a lot of people who have been complaining of a sore throat and runny nose.
By SUSANNAH CLARK
The Health Center has confirmed over 70 cases of H1N1-flu-like symptoms on campus, many of which were confirmed on Monday and Tuesday, according to Douglas Searcy, vice president for student affairs. Searcy is on the Emergency Management …
BY HEATHER BRADY News Editor
With the number of H1N1 cases at Mary Washington now surpassing 70 and with the national number of cases rising, it seems like a no-brainer that students would take hand washing more seriously.
According to …
By HEATHER BRADY
On alert for swine flu, the Health Center has reported nine cases of influenza-like illness on the Mary Washington campus as of Tuesday evening.
According to Thomas Riley, university physician and director of the Health Center, the …
By ANNE LONGERBEAM
While most of America celebrated Super Bowl Sunday with parties, late hours and an endless supply of snacks and beer, University of Mary Washington freshman Amy Reynolds was confined to her bed.
“The flu hit me totally …