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Women’s rugby reigns in CAC playoffs, places in nationals

Women’s rugby reigns in CAC playoffs, places in nationals

Not only can the University of Mary Washington women’s rugby team feel confident about their undefeated season, but after this weekend’s playoff wins, they can celebrate their earned spot at Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) Nationals in the spring.

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Quidditch sweeps through campus with serious goals

Quidditch sweeps through campus with serious goals

Quidditch is for real, and it’s real at the University of Mary Washington.

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Mary Washington ranked five in top public regional universities in south

Mary Washington ranked five in top public regional universities in south

The University of Mary Washington gained recognition for being among top schools in the Commonwealth of Virginia from both Virginia Living and U.S. News and World Report.

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Eagles eye an opening

Eagles eye an opening

By KEVIN BOILARD
Though the University of Mary Washington’s men’s lacrosse team has been wildly successful over the past two seasons, flaunting a combined record of 21-11, head coach Kurt Glaeser still sees room for improvement in 2013.

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The Eagle skinny: Jessica Bednarcik

The Eagle skinny: Jessica Bednarcik

By KEVIN BOILARD
The University of Mary Washington women’s soccer squad made it to the Capital Athletic Conference semifinals last fall, and freshman forward Jessica Bednarcik’s played a large part in the team’s overall success.

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NHL lockout lifted, UMW students rejoice

By JOE CLAYTON
Hockey is back, and students at the University of Mary Washington are excited. For the past few months, the NHL players association and the NHL owners were embroiled in a series of not-so-productive negotiations.

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Women’s hoops smashes Ferrum

Women’s hoops smashes Ferrum

By DANIEL ZIMMERMAN
The University of Mary Washington women’s basketball team took down No. 20 Ferrum College, 64-48, in a slow-paced, defensive showcase on Wednesday evening in the Anderson Center.

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Speaking Up For Discussion Based Curriculums

By HAVEN HEADLEY “What? You mean we are actually graded on whether we speak up in class or not?” This is what goes through many students’ minds on the first day of classes when professors explain that students will be graded on discussion and participation in class. This idea shocks many students who are afraid […]

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Staff Editorial: Forget ‘How We Think,’ It’s What We Do

Some of the first things students noticed upon returning to campus this semester, aside from the shift in construction from one side of campus to the other, were the new, slogan-clad banners, featuring University of Mary Washington students as poster children. Bearing phrases such as, “(No apologies) it’s how I think,” “change your mind” and […]

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