Week of April 30th Events

Monday, April 30th

Midnight Breakfast

11:00pm – 12:30am, Dining Hall (4th Floor, UC)

Take a break from studyign and join UMW Campus Dining for Midnight Breakfast! This event is FREE for all students.

*Prizes will be awarded on May 1st.

Looking Ahead…

Summer Closing Dining Information

May 4th

All retail locations will close at 4:00pm on Friday, May 4th. The last Spring semester board meal will be continental breakfast from 8:00AM – 10:00AM in the dining hall on Saturday, May 5th!

*Senior week dining begins at noon on Saturday.

Week of April 23rd Events

Monday, April 23rd

UMW Teal Day

Sexual Assault Awareness Month is almost at an end! Celebrate the end of the semester and a month of activism by wearing something teal to Sugar Shack Donuts – Fredericksburg to receive a free donut!

*There will also be a raffle for three teal UMW t-shirts throughout the day. Share your pictures on Instagram or Facebook with #UMWTealDay for a chance to win!

Free Stress-Prep

4:00pm – 4:30pm, Colonnade Room A (3rd Floor, UC)

Worried about how to deal with the stress of finals? Take 30 minutes to learn stretches, breathing, and relaxation techniques that will help you deal with the movements. No mat or special clothing needed, and there will be minimal movements!

*This session will be led by Raam Das, a certified yoga therapist and instructor for UMW Campus Recreation.

Meatless Monday of Earth Week

6:30pm, Monroe Hall Room 116

Join this panel on vegetarianism and veganism with free samples with the Fredericksburg Food Co-operative. Plus the screening of the documentary, “Cowspiracy.”

EagleOne

Attention Graduates: don’t forfeit your EagleOne money! If you have $10.00 or less, spend it! If you have over $10.00, you may request a refund.

*Refunds will be process the week after graduation so fund will be available for you to use through “Dead Week.”

*Got questions? Email eagleone.umw.edu

Tuesday, April 24th

Fredericksburg Area Food Bank

3:00pm Mondays, 11:00am Tuesdays

Help feed the needy by volunteering once a week at the Fredericksburg Area Food Bank by organizing food shelves and preparing care packages. Meet at the Bell Tower 10 minutes before the event time!

Dress code:

  • Closed toe shoes only (no sandals/flip flops)
  • No tank tops or sleeveless shirts
  • No midriffs or low cut shirts
  • Shorts must meet at the knees

Bring a jacket in-case it’s cold inside the warehouse, and a water bottle to stay hydrated!

Trash Tuesday

10:00am-3:00pm, Ball Circle

In honor of the Earth Week celebration, the UMW Facilities will help in demonstrating how much trash the university produces in a day by dumping out some of the trash that we produce onto a tarp on Ball Circle.

*This event is sponsored by the Eco Club.

Wednesday, April 25th

Earth Day Festival and Farmer’s Market

10:00am-2:00pm, Ball Circle

There will be vendors from local farms and stores, plus information from many local and campus organizations. There will also be a raffle and free lunch – paperless and plastic-less, so bring your own!

Aloha Luau Dinner

5:00PM-7:00PM, Dining Hall (4th Floor, UC)

It’s the last big dinner of the school year! Come relax with a goodbye luau dinner. The menu features seared salmon with tropical black bean salsa, Caribbean fruit glazed chicken, sweet and sour pork, tofu or veggies, and more.

*All included with regular dinner price. 

Thursday, April 26th

Thirsty Thursday of Earth Week

1:30pm-4:00pm, Outside of Lee Hall

Learn about water use around the world and how to conserve water here in the U.S. Also, you can buy your own reusable water bottle on site!

Devil-Goat Day

3:00pm-6:00pm, Ball Circle

Join Class Council in the long-standing tradition of Devil-Goat Day! The battle between the classes – odd graduating years (Devils) and even graduating years (Goats). Come rep your class to compete for the winning title! #DevilGoatDay

Friday, April 27th

Milkshake Bar

2nd Floor, UC

Treat yourself to a milkshake! Take a study break and get a milkshake from the made-to-order milkshake bar!

*Flex, EagleOne, Cash, and Credit card accepted. Good luck on your exams, Eagles!

Looking Ahead…

Mark the Date

May 1st – May 15th

The annual open enrollment for health care and flexible spending accounts is coming soon! An informational kit will be mailed to your home. You can view the 2018 Spotlight Newsletter and other resources HERE!

Week of April 16th Events

Monday, April 16th

Apply to SAE!

Interested in working for the Office of Student Activities and Engagement? There are student staff positions available for the Fall 2018 semester!

*For any questions, please email sae@umw.edu.

Have a Heart Campaign

Now – April 30th (4th Floor, UC)

Join Campus Dining in supporting the local Fredericksburg Regional food Bank! Students can donate money at the top of the UC.

Apply to be a Peer Tutor or Peer Academic Consultant

Deadline: Sunday, April 29th

Do your friends ask you to help them study? Do you find yourself giving advice to others on how to best manage

EagleOne

Attention Graduates: don’t forfeit your EagleOne money! If you have $10.00 or less, spend it! If you have over $10.00, you may request a refund.

*Refunds will be process the week after graduation so fund will be available for you to use through “Dead Week.”

*Got questions? Email eagleone.umw.edu

Tuesday, April 17th

Fredericksburg Area Food Bank

3:00PM Mondays, 11:00AM Tuesdays

Help feed the needy by volunteering once a week at the Fredericksburg Area Food Bank by organizing food shelves and preparing care packages. Meet at the Bell Tower 10 minutes before the event time!

Dress code:

  • Closed toe shoes only (no sandals/flip flops)
  • No tank tops or sleeveless shirts
  • No midriffs or low cut shirts
  • Shorts must meet at the knees

Bring a jacket in-case it’s cold inside the warehouse, and a water bottle to stay hydrated!

No Labels

7:00PM, Monroe Hall Room 116

No Labels will host the Firearms Clubs in a debate on key issues pertaining to the Gun Control Debate. All are welcome and they may take some questions at the end to ask their debaters.

*Be aware that they are there to have a civil debate on a pressing topic.

Wednesday, April 18th

Eat Your Greens

11:30AM, Dining Hall (4th Floor, UC)

Enjoy on-trend vegan and vegetarian dishes for lunch, prepared just for you by Executive Chef, Will Allison!

Panda Express Fundraiser

5:00PM-8:00PM, Central Park

The Student Education Association is hosting a fundraiser! If you need a ride, email sea@mail.umw.edu. They will be leaving the belltower at 5:00PM and 6:30PM.

*Present the flyer at checkout so that SEA will receive a portion of the sales! Invite all your friends!

Thursday, April 19th

Keep Calm!

3:30PM-6:00PM, Ball Circle

It’s Game Day! Join the National Society of Collegiate Scholars for some connect four, corn-hole, and other fun games.

Margaret Sutton: Face to Face

5:00PM-7:00PM, Convergence Gallery of Simpson Library 

Margaret Sutton, a 1926 graduate of the State Teachers College, now UMW, was a prolific artist, and most of her drawings, paintings, and correspondence is in the collection of the UMW Galleries.

*This event is free and open to the public.

Circle K’s Last Meeting

6:30PM, HCC Room 210

Come out to Circle K’s last meeting of the semester! They will have goodies, do some service, and have a good time. All are welcome to attend and they’d love to get your feedback so they can prepare for the upcoming year!

Welcome the Bates College Deansmen

7:00PM, Ball Circle

This event is hosted by BellACappella, as they put on a concert, featuring the One Note Stand and Symfonics!

Saturday, April 21st

Pierogi Night

5:00PM-7:00PM, Dining Hall (4th Floor, UC)

One of UMW’s favorite foods is getting its own special night: pierogis! Dinner will feature the potato stuffed pasta!

Relay for Life

6:00PM-6:00AM, Ball Circle & Chandler Ballroom

UMW Relay for Life is hosting their last main event EVER! It’s gonna be an all-night event that you won’t want to miss. There will be games, pancake -eating contests, and their very own “Mr. Relay” contest! It’s not too late to sign up.

  • All proceeds go to the American Cancer Society to help find a cure and help survivors in treatment. This is your last chance to ever participate in a UMW Relay event, so let’s make it a great one!
  • Sign up HERE!

Week of April 9th Events

Monday, April 9th

Apply to SAE!

Interested in working for the Office of Student Activities and Engagement? There are student staff positions available for the Fall 2018 semester!

*For any questions, please email sae@umw.edu.

Have a Heart Campaign

Now – April 30th (4th Floor, UC)

Join Campus Dining in supporting the local Fredericksburg Regional food Bank! Students can donate money at the top of the UC.

Apply to be a Peer Tutor or Peer Academic Consultant

Deadline: Sunday, April 29th

Do your friends ask you to help them study? Do you find yourself giving advice to others on how to best manage their time? Do you want a rewarding job with flexible hours?

Apply to work with UMW Peer Tutoring HERE!

Next Uniform Clothing Drive

The Association of Student Veterans is holding a drive! Next Uniform helps support military women in transition and female vetrans by providing professional attire, makeovers, and interview coaching to help them find employment in civilian life.

*Donation boxes can be found in the HCC, Blackstone, UC Center of Honor, Leadership & Service, and UC room 114.

MEDEA!

UMW Theatre presents the classic Greek tragedy of MEDEA. Tickets are $12 with your UMW ID. They will be available at fredtix.com at the Klein Theatre box office, or by calling (540) 654 – 1111.

*Convenience and handling fees apply to online and phone orders.

Got Flex?

Don’t lose your flex! Starting on Monday, students can place bulk orders for cases of soup, Gatorade, soda, water, and other beverages from the Nest! Get them to take home or donate them to the Fredericksburg Area Food Bank.

*Items will be available for pick-up at the Nest from May 1st – 4th.

Candy-Grams

April 9th & 10th, 11:00AM – 2:00PM, Kiosk A (2nd Floor, UC)

Kissing a senior good-bye doesn’t have to be hard. With National Society of Collegiate Scholars: send a candy-gram to your favorite senior to wish them luck post-grad… Or, if you are a senior, you can send one to your favorite professor or underclassmen. Each is $1!

Islamic Cultural Celebration Week

April 9th – April 12th

  • Monday: Kick-Off (12PM, in front of Lee Hall)
    • Dinner in the Dining Hall (5PM, 4th Floor UC)
  • Tuesday: Free bangles & henna for everyone! (5PM, UC Living Room)
  • Wednesday: Interfaith harmony Discussion (6:30PM, Colonnade Room 3rd Floor UC)
  • Thursday: Banquet Dinner with guest speaker – Qasim Rashid (6:00PM-8:00PM, Chandler Ballroom 1st Floor UC)

Tuesday, April 10th

Fredericksburg Area Food Bank

3:00PM Mondays, 11:00AM Tuesdays

Help feed the needy by volunteering once a week at the Fredericksburg Area Food Bank by organizing food shelves and preparing care packages. Meet at the Bell Tower 10 minutes before the event time!

Dress code:

  • Closed toe shoes only (no sandals/flip flops)
  • No tank tops or sleeveless shirts
  • No midriffs or low cut shirts
  • Shorts must meet at the knees

Bring a jacket in-case it’s cold inside the warehouse, and a water bottle to stay hydrated!

The Hot Spot

11:00AM – 2:00PM, April 10th & 11th, Eagle’s Nest, 

This Week’s Hot Spot features are… *Drum roll*… Tenders & wings on Tuesday, and wraps on Wednesday!

Wednesday, April 11th

2018 Summer Job & Internship Fair

3:00PM-5:00PM, Chandler Ballroom (1st Floor, UC)

This event attracts local and regional employers who will be searching to fill summer 2018 positions! All students, alumni, and community members are welcome and are encouraged to arrive with resumes and dressed in business professional attire.

  • There is no cost for students to attend! Please register for this event HERE!
  • The Center for Career and Professional Development will also be hosting a resume walk-in day on Monday, April 9th from 9AM-3PM in the Career Center (2nd floor, UC).

UMW: Can We Talk?

7:00PM, Magnolia Room (4th Floor, UC)

Come join President Troy Paino in a forum series where students and administration will come together to discuss and address campus issues and concerns.

*This conversation will be based on tuition and fees.

Week of April 2nd Events

Monday, April 2nd

Apply to SAE!

Interested in working for the Office of Student Activities and Engagement? There are student staff and Senior Student Coordinator positions available for the Fall 2018 semester!

*For any questions, please email sae@umw.edu.

Have a Heart Campaign

Now – April 30th (4th Floor, UC)

Join Campus Dining in supporting the local Fredericksburg Regional food Bank! Students can donate money at the top of the UC.

Apply to be a Peer Tutor or Peer Academic Consultant

Deadline: Sunday, April 29th

Do your friends ask you to help them study? Do you find yourself giving advice to others on how to best manage their time? Do you want a rewarding job with flexible hours?

Apply to work with UMW Peer Tutoring HERE!

Tuesday, April 3rd

Fredericksburg Area Food Bank

3:00PM Mondays, 11:00AM Tuesdays

Help feed the needy by volunteering once a week at the Fredericksburg Area Food Bank by organizing food shelves and preparing care packages. Meet at the Bell Tower 10 minutes before the event time!

Dress code:

  • Closed toe shoes only (no sandals/flip flops)
  • No tank tops or sleeveless shirts
  • No midriffs or low cut shirts
  • Shorts must meet at the knees

Bring a jacket in-case it’s cold inside the warehouse, and a water bottle to stay hydrated!

Sweet Frog Fundraiser

April 3rd-6th (All day)

Come chill with the National Society of Collegiate Scholars!

Passover

6:00PM, Chandler Ballroom (1st Floor, UC)

Passover is the Jewish feast that honors the emancipation of Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt. Traditionally, Jewish families gather in the first few nights of Passover for dinner and the Seder ritual, in which a family or community retells the story of the liberation.

*For cost, please contact the James Farmer Multicultural Center. This event is co-sponsored by the Jewish Student Association.

Wednesday, April 4th

Relay Awareness Week Basketball Tournament

3:00PM-5:00PM, Auxillary Gym (Fitness Center)

Come ball with UMW Relay for Life! Players can sign up in groups of 3-4 to take part in our 3v3vCancer tournament. The cost is $15 a team (or, $5 per person) to participate- teams are allowed one alternate. Stop by UMW Relay for Life’s table in the UC this week to sign up!

  • 1st place = $50 Sedona gift card.
  • 2nd place = Primavera gift card.
  • Top three winners = t-shirts and Chick-Fil-A vouchers.

*All proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society to benefit cancer research and cancer patient programs.

Thursday, April 5th

Bail UMW Students & Staff out of Jail!

11:00PM-3:00PM, Outside of Lee Hall

Each person sitting at the table will set a “bail” amount (or their fundraising goal) that they are supposed to reach before they can leave the “jail.” All money raised by the “inmates” will be donated to the American Cancer Society.

Come celebrate Relay Awareness Week by paying to keep your favorite professors in or out of jail for the day!

Purple Out Concert

6:00PM-8:00PM, UC Patio

Come out to see some of UMW’s and Fredericksburg’s best performers! UMW Relay for Life will be collecting donations to benefit the American Cancer Society and helping students sign up for the all-night event in April (the last UMW Relay EVER)!

Saturday, April 7th

Geek Alliance’s Annual Mary Washicon

1:30PM-7:30PM, HCC

Let your geek flag fly at the annual Mary Washicon! Enjoy student-led panels, vendors, and a big cosplay contest.

Sunday, April 8th

BellACappella Spring Concert

1:00PM, Dodd Auditorium

Join UMW’s first and only all-female A Cappella group, BellACappella, as they perform their Spring Concert! The “Girls Will Be Girls” concert setlist focuses on strength and empowerment, and includes songs by various artists.

*Admission is FREE!

Week of March 26th Events

Monday, March 26th

Apply to SAE!

Interested in working for the Office of Student Activities and Engagement? There are student staff and Senior Student Coordinator positions available for the Fall 2018 semester!

*For any questions, email sae@umw.edu.

Yuda Bands Sale

10:00AM-6:00PM, Kiosks (2nd Floor, UC)

Yuda Bands are leather and coconut bracelets hand-made by Guatemalan artisans. These Yuda bands have been selling like hotcakes in US high schools, with funds earned from the sales helping underprivileged kids go to school around the world.

For any questions, please reach out to umwcki@gmail.com.

Campus Rec’s Biggest Yoga

4:00PM, Chandler Ballroom (1st Floor, UC)

To celebrate reaching Campus Rec’s Giving Day goal of 50 donors, UMW will be hosting its largest yoga class EVER!

Join Dr. Juliette Landphair, Dean Melissa Jones, and Dean Dave Fleming for Yoga! There will be local yoga studios, raffle prizes, and incentives for the first 50 people!

UMW: Can We Talk?

5:00PM, Digital Auditorium (1st Floor, HCC)

This is an open forum series where students and administration will come together to discuss and address campus issues and concerns. Join the conversation sponsored by the Office of the President and the Student Government Association.

*This forum will be focused on campus safety.

Tuesday, March 27th

Fredericksburg Area Food Bank

3:00PM Mondays, 11:00AM Tuesdays

Help feed the needy by volunteering once a week at the Fredericksburg Area Food Bank by organizing food shelves and preparing care packages. Meet at the Bell Tower 10 minutes before the event time!

Dress code:

  • Closed toe shoes only (no sandals/flip flops)
  • No tank tops or sleeveless shirts
  • No midriffs or low cut shirts
  • Shorts must meet at the knees

Bring a jacket in-case it’s cold inside the warehouse, and a water bottle to stay hydrated!

Food Drive

March 27th-April 2nd

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars is partnering with the Fredericksburg Area Food Bank for a food drive! There will be three 33 gallon barrels to collect donations- 1 in the UC, 1 in the HCC, and 1 in Lee Hall. You can also donate online HERE. Every $1 = 2 meals.

Items mostly include: pasta + pasta sauce, peanut butter & jelly, canned veggies, canned fruits, breakfast cereals, oatmeal, rice, boxed meals, and etc. If you have any questions, please email Meg Bevenour (mbevenour@umw.edu).

22 Push-Up Challenge

10:30AM-1:30PM, UC Patio

On average, 22 veterans commit suicide everyday. The 22 push-up challenge brings awareness and resources to organizations that provide mental health assistance to veterans and their families.

So, come out, do your 22, post it to social media with #22pushupchallenge and help bring that statistic down!

Thrift SHHop

March 27th-March 29th, 12:00PM-5:00PM, Ball Circle

Students Helping Honduras will be hosting a Thrift SHHop! Gently used clothing, household accessories, books, and other miscellaneous items will be for sale. 100% of the proceeds go towards building schools in Honduras. Come support SHH and update your wardrobe, it’s all for the kids! Everything will be under $5!

UMW: Can We Talk?

7:00PM, Chandler Ballroom A (1st Floor, UC)

This is an open forum series where students and administration will come together to discuss and address campus issues and concerns. Join the conversation sponsored by the Office of the President and the Student Government Association.

*This forum will be focused on academic affairs & curriculum.

Wednesday, March 28th

Women in Leadership Panel

5:30PM, Combs Hall Room 139

Mortar Board Honor Society’s “Women in Leadership Panel” will consist of an inspirational evening of women in leadership!

Thursday, March 29th

Transgender Day of Visibility Day

11:00AM-2:00PM, 2nd Floor UC

As part of the event, members of the UMW community pledge to support and promote successful campus engagement for LGBTQ students, faculty, and staff!

Health & Wellness Fair

3:00PM-6:00PM, Chandler Ballroom (1st Floor, UC)

UMW Dining Services is hosting a free Health & Wellness Fair to the Fredericksburg community! There will be free samples, chair massages demonstrations, performances and door prizes will be available from over 50 vendors!

Safe Zone

4:30PM-6:00PM, Colonnade Room (3rd Floor, UC)

UMW Safe Zone is hosting a Student Book Club in recognition of Trans Visibility Day. The theme this year is “Trans Visibility Day: Surviving, Thriving.” Then, everyone will come together and informally discuss and reflect on those readings.

The first 50 people to arrive will get a cool rainbow Safe Zone notebook. This event is open to all students, but registration is required. Email Dr. Wilson (lwilson5@umw.edu) to sign up.

Friday, March 30th

2A Day

3:00PM-10:00PM, Digital Auditorium (1st Floor, HCC)

This event will consist of varying “2nd Amendment” speakers along with chances to win raffle prizes throughout the day! For more information check out “2A Day” on OrgSync.

Week of March 19th Events

Monday, March 19th

Apply to SAE!

Interested in working for the Office of Student Activities and Engagement? There are student staff and Senior Student Coordinator positions available for the Fall 2018 semester!

*For any questions, email sae@umw.edu.

Junior Week

Monday, 19th – Saturday, 24th

Monday: Illusionist Performance (7pm-8:30pm), Monroe 116

Tuesday: Cupcakes & Giveaways (2pm-4pm), SAE Suite

Wednesday: Scavenger Hunt (7pm), SAE Suite

Friday: Junior Formal (8pm-11pm), Chandler Ballroom

Saturday: Junior Ring Ceremony (1pm-2:30pm), Alumni Center

*For any questions, email class of 2019 President (tzotos@mail.umw.edu) or class of 2019 Vice President (npham@mail.umw.edu)

Stone Steakhouse

5:00PM, Dining Hall (4th Floor, UC)

Join UMW Dining for a steak night dinner for only a meal + $5. This includes NY Strip Steaks cooked to order, a twice baked potato. fresh asparagus, and access to all of the buffets while supplies last!

Tuesday, March 20th

Fredericksburg Area Food Bank

3:00PM Mondays, 11:00AM Tuesdays

Help feed the needy by volunteering once a week at the Fredericksburg Area Food Bank by organizing food shelves and preparing care packages. Meet at the Bell Tower 10 minutes before the event time!

Dress code:

  • Closed toe shoes only (no sandals/flip flops)
  • No tank tops or sleeveless shirts
  • No midriffs or low cut shirts
  • Shorts must meet at the knees

Bring a jacket in-case it’s cold inside the warehouse, and a water bottle to stay hydrated!

Giving Day

11:00AM-7:00PM, University Center

Mary Wash Giving Day is finally here! Join Student Philanthropy for fun and spirited festivities! There will be a pride station, donation station, prize wheel, giveaways, games, and free food. Every student who makes a gift will be entered to win additional “experience giveaways,” such as reserved parking and an end-of-year photo-shoot.

Visit givingday.umw.edu and spread the love with #MaryWashDay.

Careers in Gender Studies and Social Justice

5:00PM, Digital Auditorium (1st Floor, HCC)

Interested in a career that translates your passion for gender/women’s studies into real-world action?

Come learn from a panel of UMW alumni and local professionals who work on gender issues in a variety of settings, including law, political advocacy, and violence prevention and education

Self-Care in the Age of #MeToo

6:00PM, Digital Auditorium (1st Floor, HCC)

How do you keep your activism in social justice from impacting your mental health? What does self-care mean in a world of viral social media campaigns and an ever-growing list of sexual abuse and harassment scandals? Learn about the idea of vicarious trauma and take home skills to protect your mental wellbeing.

Thursday, March 22nd

Arab Culture Night

6:00PM-9:00PM, Chandler Ballroom (1st Floor, UC)

The Arabic Program at UMW is excited to showcase multiple aspects of Arab culture in a variety of events!

Arab Culture Night is a festive evening that’s packed with entertainment incorporating all Arab cultures. From UMW student performances, such as the Arab Fashion Show, guests can witness and experience for themselves the vibrant Middle Eastern culture.

Saturday, March 24th

Social Justice & Leadership Summit

9:00AM, Digital Auditorium (1st Floor, HCC)

The purpose of this Summit is to create an opportunity for UMW students to develop an applicable understanding of leadership, social justice, and allyship. Students can register on OrgSync; registration is free. Breakfast, lunch, and snacks will be provided.

This Summit is being sponsored by the James Farmer Multicultural Center, the College of Arts & Sciences, the Office of Student Affairs, Students Educating and Empowering Diversity, and the Diversity and Unity Coordinating Committee.

Week of March 12th Events

Monday, March 12th

Apply to be a Graduate Assistant for SAE!

Today-March 19th

Interested in working for the Office of Student Activities and Engagement? Click HERE to apply or search “GA0008” in Careers!

For any questions, email sae@umw.edu.

Women’s History Month

Now-March 31st

Campus Dining is celebrating Women’s History Month by serving dishes throughout the month that were created by women chefs. They will be featuring recipes from renowned chef and restaurateur, Mai Pham, and other celebrity women chefs. Look for special signs to find these features!

Wednesday, March 14th

Fredericksburg Area Food Bank

3:00PM Mondays, 11:00AM Tuesdays

Help feed the needy by volunteering once a week at the Fredericksburg Area Food Bank by organizing food shelves and preparing care packages. Meet at the Bell Tower 10 minutes before the event time!

Dress code:

  • Closed toe shoes only (no sandals/flip flops)
  • No tank tops or sleeveless shirts
  • No midriffs or low cut shirts
  • Shorts must meet at the knees

Bring a jacket in-case it’s cold inside the warehouse, and a water bottle to stay hydrated!

Chefs’ Fare Dinner

5:00PM-7:00PM, Dining Hall (4th Floor, Dining Hall)

Join Campus Dining as UMW Dining chefs compete with chefs from other Virginia universities in a culinary competition! Sample dishes from every chef and then vote for your favorite!

*The dining hall will be closed from 2:00PM-5:00PM to prepare for the event.

Mary Wash’s Got Talent

7:00PM, Dodd Auditorium (GW Hall)

Come see all of the exciting talents that UMW has to offer!

Thursday, March 15th

Professional Head-Shots

3:00PM-6:00PM, Chandler Ballroom (1st Floor, UC)

Do you need a professional headshot? Student Philanthropy and Senior Class Gift will be sponsoring a photo booth for professional headshots at the Career Fair! These will be free for everyone who attends the fair.

Donations to support your favorite area of UMW are suggested via cash, credit, or Eagle One!

Saturday, March 17th

Swing Dance

6:00PM-9:00PM, The Underground (Lee Hall)

It’s time to swing dance! Come for three hours of fun! We will have beverages, appetizers, and a live band. It is completely free and fun, so what are you waiting for? RSVP on OrgSync today!

Week of February 26th Events

Monday, February 26th

Apply to be a Graduate Assistant for SAE!

Today-March 19th

Interested in working for the Office of Student Activities and Engagement? Click HERE to apply or search “GA0008” in Careers!

For any questions, email sae@umw.edu.

Tuesday, February 27th

Fredericksburg Area Food Bank

3:00PM Mondays, 11:00AM Tuesdays

Help feed the needy by volunteering once a week at the Fredericksburg Area Food Bank by organizing food shelves and preparing care packages. Meet at the Bell Tower 10 minutes before the event time!

Dress code:

  • Closed toe shoes only (no sandals/flip flops)
  • No tank tops or sleeveless shirts
  • No midriffs or low cut shirts
  • Shorts must meet at the knees

Bring a jacket in-case it’s cold inside the warehouse, and a water bottle to stay hydrated!

Hot Spot!

11:00AM-2:00PM, Eagle’s Nest

Stop by the Hot Spot today and Wedneday, February 28th! On Tuesday, the theme is Quesadillas and Wednesday is Loaded Fries.

Thursday, March 1st

Circle K Meeting

7:00PM, HCC Room 210

Looking for a good time? Circle K will be talking dues, t-shirts, and really awesome service projects like Yuda Bands and ways to support the students and faculty at Parkland High.

For more information, or any questions, please email umwcki@gmail.com.

Looking Ahead…

Campus Dining Spring Break Closing Schedule

March 1st-3rd

*The Underground- 11PM, March 1st

*Qdoba, Vocelli’s, Blackstone, Jamba Juice- 4PM, March 2nd

*The Market in Eagle’s Nest- 3PM, March 2nd

*Dining Hall- 10AM, March 3rd

Week of February 19th Events

Monday, February 19th

Black History Month African Dinner

5:00PM, Dining Hall (4th Floor, UC)

Join the JFMC and Campus Dining to enjoy a dinner celebrating African Cuisines in celebration of Black History Month!

*Cost: 1 meal swipe, $10.75 Flex, $12 Cash/Credit/EagleOne

Odyssey of Soul

7:00PM, Chandler Ballroom C (1st Floor, UC)

A concert and presentation exploring the influence of African and African-American music traditions on today’s musical landscape.

This program will take audience members through the continuous fight as it is expressed in African American Music.

Tuesday, February 20th

Fredericksburg Area Food Bank

3:00PM Mondays, 11:00AM Tuesdays

Help feed the needy by volunteering once a week at the Fredericksburg Area Food Bank by organizing food shelves and preparing care packages. Meet at the Bell Tower 10 minutes before the event time!

Dress code:

  • Closed toe shoes only (no sandals/flip flops)
  • No tank tops or sleeveless shirts
  • No midriffs or low cut shirts
  • Shorts must meet at the knees

Bring a jacket in-case it’s cold inside the warehouse, and a water bottle to stay hydrated!

Addressing #BlackLivesMatter in Schools

5:00PM, Monroe Hall Room 116

John Broome, an associate professor in the College of Education, has examined how secondary social studies educators perceive the Black Lives Matters movement.

The #AllLivesMatter response and Robin DiAngelo’s concept of white fragility will also be discussed.

Wednesday, February 21st

Parallels: Past and Present

6:00PM, Chandler Ballroom (1st Floor, UC)

Erin Krutko Devlin, an assistant professor of history and American studies and the author of Remember Little rock, hosts a forum exploring parallels between the mid-century civil rights movement and contemporary struggles for social justice.

Police brutality, mass incarceration, and economic and educational inequity will be addressed.

Karaoke: Showtunes!

7:30PM-9:00PM, The Underground (Lee Hall)

Join Campus Programming Board in a fun Karaoke night! Bring your friends and join them for an exciting night!

Saturday, February 24th

Chinese New Year Event

12:00PM-4:00PM, Chandler Ballroom (1st Floor, UC)

The Asian Student Association and the Chinese Language Program are putting on this free event. There will be food and performances!

Step Show

7:00PM, Dodd Auditorium (George Washington Hall)

Join regional colleges and universities’ Greek step teams as they engage in a high-energy, entertaining competition!

Sunday, February 25th

Mary Wash’s Got Talent Auditions

2:00PM-4:00PM, Chandler Ballroom (1st Floor, UC)

Come out and show Campus Programing Board what fun talents you have! The Talent show itself will be taking place on March 14th.

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