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On Thursday, Sept. 29, amidst a heavy presence of police and protestors, Karl Rove, spoke in George Washington Hall as part of the University of Mary Washington’s Fredericksburg Forum.
By CALVIN SHERWOOD Last week, Karl Rove came to our campus amid much fanfare and controversy, and spoke at the Fredericksburg Forum on what he considered some of America’s toughest challenges. Since I haven’t scrounged up enough money to pay for a ghostwriter to write this column for me, I decided to attend it so […]
When Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli and former political advisor to President Bush, Karl Rove, came to speak at the University of Mary Washington, they caused more than a stir.
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli will be speaking this Saturday in front of Monroe Hall from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. and Virginia Organizing, a grassroots effort to challenge injustice, will be there to let the Attorney General know how the University of Mary Washington students feel. The Attorney General’s storied record includes advising Virginia […]
By JUSTIN TONEY At midnight on Monday, December 7, in the first freezing minutes of last semester’s exam week, the library would not empty, and an irregular process began to change UMW policy. In the yellow half-glow of the closed third floor, 17 students quietly and obstinately sat at the study desks. Some ate potato […]
By ERIC STEIGLEDER A group of protesters from the American Life League convened outside of George Washington Hall March 21 in response to the scheduled Great Lives lecture on the life of Margaret Sanger, an early birth control advocate. In her lifetime, Sanger was no stranger to controversy. She was an outspoken supporter of women’s […]