By VIRGINIA BIXBY
Sophomore Ariana Barrett and her roommate were looking forward to a fun evening at the Waka Flocka Flame spring concert featuring D.R.A.M. Before the concert, they wanted to stop by their dorm room. On their way to the second floor the area coordinator remarked that there was a strong smell of marijuana. Barrett agreed, without actually saying so out loud, but she thought it smelled like someone was smoking pot.
The Bullet made the decision to change its crime coverage policy. Last year, the policy changed from not publishing any names in the Police Beat section of the paper to publishing names of students “arrested and charged with crimes that violate the public trust,” so long as the names were available.
Cuccinelli's Letter Pro: In Writing his Letter, Cuccinelli Opens Door for a New Change in the Policies of the Virginia Human Rights ActMarch 18, 2010 | The Blue & Gray Press
Overall reaction to Ken Cuccinelli’s recent letter to schools asking them to remove “sexual orientation” as a class protected from discrimination has been one of outrage.
One paper called it a “step backwards” for Virginia. James Callahan Jr., a former …
In response to the March 26 Bullet article on student endorsement of a ‘second-chance’ drug policy, Ray Tuttle, director of Judicial Affairs and Community Responsibility, shared some administrative arguments against the new policy. Tuttle’s concerns over the implication …
Dear Dr. Chiricho:
We, the members of the Students for a Democratic Society, as well as we, the majority of the students of UMW, are concerned about the university’s one-strike drug policy. We recognize this as a complex issue with …