By MAGGIE MCCOTTER
UMW students are very familiar with residence hall problems- mold, bursting pipes, bugs and AC issues.
By YOUSEF NASSER
Commuter students at the University of Mary Washington see drawbacks with the Commuter Student Lounge that prevent it from being a more widely used resource.
By IZZY BRIONES
After returning from fall break, Jamie McGuire, a freshman and secretary of the Student Senate, noticed that multiple bikes seemed to be missing from the Randolph Hall bike storage room. Following her discovery in the storage room, McGuire realized that her own bike was missing, and in response she carried out her own investigations to try and figure out what had happened while she had been away.
By ESTER SALGUERO
On Friday, Sept. 11, which marked the 16th anniversary of 9/11, residents of Randolph Hall expressed their repulsion towards distasteful, stereotypical comments that were written on a white board which belonged to two students in the residence hall. Left anonymously on the fifth floor, the comments targeted the Islamic faith and the residents’ assumed affiliation.
Mason Hall and Randolph Hall, two University of Mary Washington dormatories recently renovated by Koontz-Bryant, P.C., received Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification earlier this summer. LEED is a certificate that recognizes worldwide green building strategies.
By JOE POLD
School officials have recorded numerous issues about the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system installed in the new Mason and Randolph residence halls, where room temperatures have been reported to reach up to 78 degrees.
BY MICHELLE DACHMAN
Residence Life recently announced that residence halls previously considered upperclassmen dorms, will now be made freshmen, along with other changes to take place over the summer.
According to Chris Porter, director of residence life, with Eagle Village …