By SHAWNYA PETERSON
Seacobeck Hall has been an integral part of the University of Mary Washington since its doors opened in 1931. As UMW’s primary dining hall, generations of students have passed through its doors, and it is home to countless fond memories for thousands of students. For the past year, however, it has remained desolate with no students or faculty using its facilities.
By DELLA HETHCOX
After 84 years of serving hungry students, Seacobeck Dining Hall will say goodbye at the end of this semester.
From the time she arrived at the University of Mary Washington, Sophomore Mary Kate Magdycz struggled to find food she could eat at Seacobeck due to her severe wheat allergy. “I even considered transferring to JMU or …
By PHIL WHITE
I am writing to raise some concerns with the current dining services program run by Sodexho and to outline the predicament of trying to make a serious effort to make a positive change for the school. As …