By EMILY KUBE
Ever since the University Center became the new Seacobeck in the fall of 2015, few and current students have experienced meals at both locations. Only seniors have been here long enough to remember the quaint dining experience of Seacobeck Hall, and a large portion of them dropped their meal plan after moving off campus or are transfers who also never stepped foot inside the old building. Students who have experienced both, however, have fond memories of Seacobeck, in particular, brunch nostalgia.
By REINA DATTA
According to the Washington Post, only 62 percent of college graduates entered a field that required a college degree, while only 27 percent of those graduates landed a job that was directly related to that field.
Coming off a big 18-9 victory on Sunday, Feb. 16 against Hampden-Sydney College, the men’s lacrosse team now has its highest expectations in years.
BY MARY WILKERSON
From the Secret Service to Waffle House, the spring 2010 Employer Fair had an assortment of 41 employers at the Stafford Campus Thursday, March 18. The event was only open to UMW undergraduate and graduate students.
By MEGAN GRIGORIAN
With graduation a little more than a month away, reflecting on my college experience has become a daily, eh, hourly activity.
Talks with friends no longer include mindless gossip or plans for the weekend; my future is …