By MOLLY AVERY
Some of those forgotten staff members, hidden down the hill behind Jefferson and confined to the walls of Combs, are the visiting language instructors and coordinators.
By LUKE HILMER
With the passing tropical depression Florence leaving humid moisture all across campus, many students are began to question the integrity of the campus dormitory air conditioning.
By ANDREW ARENAS
After a relaxing Thanksgiving break, I knew on Sunday I would have to leave as early as possible from home to beat heavy traffic when heading back to school. The American Automobile Association stated that more travelers would be on the road than there had in the last nine years. After my parents heard that statistic, they decided to drop me off as early as they could.
At the University of Mary Washington, 43 percent of undergraduates live off-campus, according to the College Board. They mostly live close by, within walking distance—if they’re lucky. Places like Rowe Street, Charles Street, Franklin Street, Caroline Sreet and Mortimer Street. …
BY GRACE WEAVER
Next year, students attending the University of Mary Washington will be required to live on-campus for their first two years, rather than just the first as previously required.
According to Chris Porter, director of Residence Life, this …
By JESSICA BAREFOOT
At the start of the school year, West Village, also known as the Belmont apartments, became home to 68 students to whom on-campus housing was denied due to an increased demand for space.
The use of West …
By BREEANNA SVEUM
Though class registration for each semester can be stressful, what with degree requirements, figuring out prerequisites and making sure you have time to eat lunch, far more stressful is the process of housing selection, which has …