The first annual Students Helping Honduras Thrift SHHop was held as a fundraiser for students who are going to help overseas in Honduras, in the Great Hall on Nov. 22. from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.continue reading
Students and faculty filled Dodd Auditorium on Saturday, Nov. 16 and Sunday, Nov. 17 for the Performing Arts Club’s (PAC) annual “Big Show,” showcasing a number of routines including a special performance on bullying.
As fast as they may have snuck up, finals are upon us once again.
The American Music Awards (AMAs), which aired on Nov. 24, drew the attention of millions of Americans, but what is the hype over this one particular award show?
The first annual Students Helping Honduras Thrift SHHop was held as a fundraiser for students who are going to help overseas in Honduras, in the Great Hall on Nov. 22. from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The University of Mary Washington is hosting a school spirit video contest that will be sponsored by Eaglevision. Winners of the contest will receive 15 tickets to a UMW basketball game with full use of the president’s box.
Mark Herring won the Virginia’s attorney general race, according to the State Board of Elections. Mark D. Obenshain, the Republican candidate, lost the election by 165 votes, according to the Washington Post.
Five University of Mary Washington faculty members from various departments were accepted into the Jepson Fellows program on Nov. 14 and 16.
During the Board of Visitors meeting that occurred Nov. 14-16, the BOV voted to discontinue the bachelor of Professional Studies degree. The BOV has been in the process of absorbing the degree into other departments since 2010, with the aim of the degree being gone by 2016.
professor of English, presented her paper “Addicted to Fame: Maria Edgeworth’s Belinda” at a conference of the Aphra Behn Society, which focuses on the study of women and gender in the arts during the 1660-1830 era.