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The Blue & Gray Press | December 12, 2018

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Trinkle Hall

Students voice concerns over elevator breakdowns

September 27, 2018 |

Staff Writer
On campus, six residence halls have elevators along with those in the Eagle Landing Apartments, and students have reported getting stuck in some of these on multiple occasions. Read More

Tiny desks in Trinkle Hall hinder students’ ability to learn

September 20, 2018 |

Staff Writer
Trinkle has a big problem that is affecting students and their ability to succeed in class.Read More

Zen garden being constructed at UMW

April 12, 2018 |


Senior Writer

Over the first weekend of April, Gardens Unlimited Bonsai Nursery, the design team working on UMW’s Zen garden, solved a major drainage issue to prevent rainwater from washing down into the amphitheater construction area. Read More

Limited building hours cause frustration to students

April 5, 2017 |


Late study nights are a hallmark of the average college student’s lifestyle. At the University of Mary Washington, there are many resources available for students whose studies flourish after dusk. The Hurley Convergence Center for example, is open 24 hours a day and the Simpson Library operates into the evening most days. In spite of the abundance of online resources available at both of these facilities, there are some programs that are specific to academic buildings. In Trinkle Hall, for instance, there are computer science programs, like RStudio, and in Combs Hall there are language audio files.Read More

Police Beat: 3/30-4/6

April 6, 2011 |

March 30- Campus police responded to the Alvey Drive parking deck in response to reports of petit larceny. Sometime between March 25 and the day of the report, a parking decal was stolen from a parked automobile. The investigation is … Read More