It was in high school that UMW junior Andy Unger first realized that books about the LGBTQ+ community were rare finds. But it wasn’t until he arrived at UMW that it really clicked: This was a problem he could solve. “As a kid, I spent all of my time reading every book I could find,” […]
A whiteboard full of math equations – snap! A tutoring notice on a professor’s door – snap! A room number sign in Braille – snap! With each new discovery, the students’ cameras clicked and moments later a new photo went flying into the Twittersphere.
Not too long ago, University of Mary Washington alumnus Will McCarry ’14 was jamming with a couple of friends in a Westmoreland Hall dorm room. Five years and countless noise complaints later, his band, Wylder, is gearing up to play their first cruise line music festival.
What’s your role in the story of poverty’s end? Are you the hero, or are you the sidekick?
Can a UMW student help counter terrorism attacks from across the globe using classroom technology? The answer just might be yes – and it’s all part of Katie Keplinger’s MSGA thesis.