By MAGGIE MCCOTTER
An empty stage with a single microphone sits at the front of the Underground. The atmosphere is set with background music centered around resistance and triumph. Members of the community, as well as UMW students, anxiously await the demonstration of resistance.
By KIRSTEN QUARFORTH
A single spotlight makes a circle on the slightly elevated stage. The pool of light envelops the poet balancing on a small wooden stool, orally reciting a poem he labored over. The audience fell silent for a moment, before they begin to snap their fingers.
By CHELSEA FULLER
For all the self-proclaimed poetry lovers at the University of Mary Washington, Thursday evening poetry readings may be just what you’re looking for.
By MARINA BONANNO
Do you write poetry? Are you interested in readings around campus? This week’s meeting of Thursday Poems showcased the work of The University of Mary Washington 302A Creative Writing students. The readings featured poems, raps and …
By LANDON JAMES
The University of Mary Washington has always prided itself on constructing a community of diverse people openly sharing different perspectives and ideas. To some, like junior Sajia Alaha Ahrar, this type of communication is essential to promoting …