Sunday Jan 16, 2022

Homecoming week continues with alternate schedule

by SAMANTHA STACHOWIAK Staff Writer Due to the high local rates of COVID-19 transmission, the University has opted to postpone the traditional Homecoming tailgate until the spring semester. Instead, UMW is celebrating its annual Homecoming Monday, Oct. 18 through Saturday, Oct. 23 with an alternate schedule and some new events. Throughout the week there are […]

#UMWTogether created to ease students’ stress

by ALYSSA SPENCER Staff Writer In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the UMW Student Activities and Engagement (SAE) and James Farmer Multicultural Center (JFMC) have created a hashtag to bring the UMW community some much-needed inspiration, positivity and connection during these challenging times. The hashtag, #UMWTogether, is featured on the @saeumw and @umwjfmc Instagram accounts […]

Campus encouraged to nominate students active in the community for Eagle Awards

by EMILY SHUMAKER Staff Writer The Eagle Awards are accepting student nominations online until March 11. These awards, a tradition that began at UMW in 2016 to honor student leaders, recognizes students, campus organizations, faculty and staff who have displayed exemplary leadership, service, academic excellence and have made a significant contribution to the community. “UMW […]

Annual Student Leadership Summit introduces new sessions

Staff Writer
On Sept. 7 and 8, student leaders on campus came together to participate in the second annual UMW Student Leadership Summit.

Performers and audience come together for Mary Wash’s Got Talent


Alec Mallman, assistant director of SAE and University Center coordinator, said “If you did not come to the show this year, come next year.” On Wednesday, March 15, Dodd filled up with supportive members of the Eagle community. Before the lights dimmed and the 12 performers took the stage, a couple of students commented in anticipation for a show that would match UMW’s 2016 Mary Wash’s Got Talent showcase.

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