By SOPHIE AHAVA
The University of Mary Washington has gone through several major changes in the last few years, some more beneficial to students than others.
By ALEX FRIEDRICH
After a spike in the number of students in UMW’s College of Education from 2016-2017, the college’s student body has dropped by a fifth of that number for the 2018-2019 school year.
The College of Education has recently found a new and permanent home in Seacobeck Hall. This news comes after a lot of effort by the College of Education to find a building that could be dedicated to the university’s education program.
By WILL BRORSEN
Work on the six-year plan for the University of Mary Washington is underway by the Board of Visitors. Allocations of funding strongly influence the campus, as well as tuition. The committee had its first meeting on March 22. UMW has three projects underway that will potentially have a major impact on the operating budget. The current projects are the Jepson Science Center expansion, a new parking deck and the renovation of Seacobeck Hall.
By ALEX SPENCE
I am approaching week six here in Europe of my semester abroad and my check list of places to visit is slowly shrinking. Most recently, I visited France and the Netherlands and was able to experience each country, despite the short time spent in each.
By DELLA HETHCOX
After 84 years of serving hungry students, Seacobeck Dining Hall will say goodbye at the end of this semester.
By KOL GIESSEL
The less we know, the more we eat. As society becomes disconnected from its source of food, our health problems increase and our healthy eating habits deteriroate. These unhealthy habits are then reinforced by our educational system.
By JANINE HENLEY
With a campus like ours that is so ripe with blundering, graceless flowers of students that were late to bloom, awkward moments sprinkle UMW like dusty yellow pollen in springtime. This column will serve to pay homage …
By MINDY MAULDIN
Imitation chocolate, protein shake samples, free back massages and the old familiar tar-covered model smoker’s lung were part of a diverse presentation Tuesday, April 5 at the second annual Health and Wellness Fair.
Last week, the Bullet incorrectly reported in a front-page headline that the Mary Washington Board of Visitors had voted to demolish Seacobeck Hall. In fact, President Rick Hurley had merely decided to pull Seacobeck from the Master Plan and form …
Retraction: The Bullet incorrectly reported that the Board of Visitors had approved a demolition of Seacobeck Hall and that the University of Mary Washington is listed as an historic campus under the National Historic Register (NHR) in our print and …
In case there was any confusion on campus, we’d like to go ahead and clear it up right now: the Bullet is not the New York Times. We might publish the same kind of Pulitzer-worthy content and our readership might …
The architecture firm of Burt, Hill was commissioned for $600,000 in October 2009 to envision changes to the University of Mary Washington’s campus that will provide new functional space as well as beautify the existing buildings.
Not everyone is …
By EMILY MONTGOMERY
The sustainability team at the University of Mary Washington is hoping to move in a greener direction with the development of a new food composting program.
The school already composts all yard waste …
By Breeanna Sveum Viewpoints Editor
Last week, my friends and I went to Seaco at noon for lunch, as we usually do on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. The frustration incurred from the long lines to enter the building was further …
By LAUREN JURGENSEN
Seacobeck’s visit from gourmet Colombian chef Joaquin Suarez last week may be the last time the cafeteria sees an international chef of such caliber for several years to come.
Only four or five chefs are brought into …
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 …