By OLIVIA BRIDGES
The Underground used to be a hub of student activity with lines stretching out the doors. However, over the past few years, business at the Underground has significantly declined.
By MATT LEIBOWITZ
The new semester has brought many updates to dining options available to students.
By KIRSTEN QUARFORTH
A single spotlight makes a circle on the slightly elevated stage. The pool of light envelops the poet balancing on a small wooden stool, orally reciting a poem he labored over. The audience fell silent for a moment, before they begin to snap their fingers.
By JANELLE BEHM
Last week, he Underground reintroduced beer and wine to the menu. This was kicked off with a free beer tasting hosted by the Student Government Association to help choose the official UMW beer.
By LINDSEY AYLOR
College students are unlike any other age group. We sleep in late, stay up late, and of course, eat at very odd hours of the day. This is why Universities need to be flexible with their dining hours and have plenty of options for students to choose from. Unfortunately, at UMW, these options and flexibility have been thrown out, leaving students feeling upset and cheated.
The audience has spoken; they want to hear music at the Underground’s Acoustic Night, and the music made by Boston’s Tall Heights is just what they are looking for.
By CARLY DAVIS
The Faculty Jazz Ensemble performed in the Underground in honor of Black History Month on Tues., Feb. 13. This musical style, which originated in the early 20th century, also referred to as “the music of America,” served as a tribute to the greatest Jazz artists of all time.
By HOPE RACINE
On Wednesday, Oct. 3, members of the University of Mary Washington Jazz Ensemble serenaded students with classic Latin Jazz pieces in the Underground. The Ensemble played selected pieces from famous Latin artists, such as Tito Puente, Jobim and Santana.
By RUTH BORDETT
For those who have not been keeping up with The Underground’s schedule, its most recent event may make you pay closer attention. Last Friday, The Vespers took over the stage. The Tennessee-born band, consisting of siblings …
Think UMW needs to have a football team in order to see a marching band on campus? Think again.
Elby Brass, a local New Orleans-inspired funk brass band, will be following the headlining performance of a rock-pop band from Nashville …
by Brittany Adams
On Feb 2, John Allred travelled a great distance from Salt Lake City, Utah— just to play an hour-long set at Open Mic Night in the Underground. Despite the premiere of “Lost” on the same night, Allred …
On Nov. 4 at the Underground the Tin Chef competition was held for the third time. Modeled after the popular show “Iron Chef” on the food network, Mary Washington’s version of this cooking challenge featured a special guest, Dean Rucker, …
For a campus where “there’s never anything to do,” this Friday was pretty jam-packed. Rocktoberfest returned with the expected number of commemorative plastic cups, a yearly dose of emo-leaning pop punk, and Allman’s always-tasty Bar-B-Q. For those who …
By EMILIE BEGIN
The Green Boys are set to perform at the Underground this Friday, Oct. 2 at 9 p.m. This marks the first on-campus performance for the Americana-influenced folk musicians, who have played all around downtown Fredericksburg, including the …
Posted By RYAN MARR
On Friday night, Sept 11, The Vermilions brought their sweatiest, crowd-pleasing best to the Underground for a night of Chuck Berry-channeling mayhem. For those of you who missed it, lead singer and UMW senior Jeremy Flax …
By EMMA MAX
Originally formed two years ago in Richmond, The Vermilions have found their way to Fredericksburg thanks to the efforts of UMW senior Jeremy Flax. The band consists of Flax on guitar and lead vocals, Dan Hanyok …