By MEAGHAN MCINTYRE
Responding to the hateful and violent acts that have been taking place throughout the country, various UMW student leaders decided to hold an event that would give students a platform to unite under. On Tuesday, the one month anniversary of the Charlottesville incident, about 75 members of the Mary Washington and Fredericksburg community gathered in front of Lee Hall to participate in the UMW Speaks Out Against White Supremacy rally.
By WILL ATKINSON
Tucked in the basement of Lee Hall, Jean Elliot’s phone suddenly rings. She presses the receiver to her ear and listen’s intently. It’s yet another report from a parking enforcement officer calling to warn her that a student has illegally parked in a “Customer-Only” spot in the Pizza Hut parking lot between College Avenue and Jefferson Davis Highway.
By KELLY EMMRICH
University of Mary Washington junior Ahad Shahid and friend Chad Mundie were walking past Lee Hall after watching the film “Moana” on the evening of Feb. 5, when they found a handwritten Swastika on the bulletin board in Front of Madison Hall. In addition to the drawing there was a note at the bottom of the sheet reading “Attention fa**ots!! We could live next door.”
By ESTER SALGUERO & IZZY BRIONES
For four years, members of the Honor Council and Judicial Review Board have had to tolerate the unsafe conditions of their offices in the attic of Lee Hall. The ceilings of the office are unfinished and covered with foam insulation, which is known to be hazardous to a person’s health. For that reason, attics are primarily used as storage space, but this is not the case in Lee Hall where the attic has been turned into a makeshift office for students.
By KELLY EMMRICH
“No Longer Anonymous,” a rally held by Feminists United on Campus last Friday at 4p.m., combined the views of campus clubs such as Student Anti-Violence Educators, PRISM, Diversability and Young Democrats on anonymous bullying on campus.
By COLLEEN HUBER
BB&T is replacing the Virginia Credit Union (VACU) ATM in Lee Hall in late October.
The machine will be installed on Oct. 18 and will be ready for use the following day, Oct. 19, according to Rick …
March 30- Campus police responded to the Alvey Drive parking deck in response to reports of petit larceny. Sometime between March 25 and the day of the report, a parking decal was stolen from a parked automobile. The investigation is …
By EMMA MAX
Dean of Enrollment and Student Services Martin Wilder is heading a new Student Services division, combining many of the offices in Lee Hall.
Wilder was the vice president for enrollment, but his new position will encompass more. …
By ROBYN GIANNINI
The University Underground, a phrase perhaps foreign to underclassmen but well-remembered by senior students, was once a legendary hang-out for students providing coffee and evening entertainment and activities in the basement of Lee Hall before it closed …
The new Lee Hall sure is pretty, but couldn’t they have waited to open it until everything was finished?
Apparently, the University didn’t even give the Bookstore staff time to move in all the way, let alone figure out where …
BY ERIC STEIGLEDER
The Lee Hall renovation project completion date, originally slated to be in November 2008, has been pushed back until later this month. At first, the contract allowed for 24 months of construction, according to Associate Vice …
By KATY BURNELL
wo million additional dollars are needed to finance an overhaul of Lee Hall, a project that was initially slated to cost $17 million, according to Vice President of Administration and Finance Rick Hurley. Hurley said UMW’s original …