Combining classical show tunes and Japanese rap, the historic Kimball Theatre and a diverse audience of film enthusiasts, the College of William and Mary Global Film Festival launch event on Nov. 20 proved to be a successful evening of communityRead More
As junior quarterback Steve Cluley dropped back for a pass on Richmond’s 12-yard line, the clock reading 2 minutes and 35 seconds in the final quarter, it looked as if William and Mary might be able to score its firstRead More
When he’s not having his heart broken by his beloved Buffalo Bills and Sabres, Kyle Chadwick ’17 can usually be found preparing for game day at the Tribe’s facilities, patrolling the sidelines alongside head coach Jimmye Laycock ’70 during game day, getting the team neat and organized for another week of practice, or typingRead More
Heading into the 125th game in the “Oldest Rivalry in the South” against archrival Richmond, No. 7 William and Mary (8-2, 6-1 CAA) has a single blemish on its Colonial Athletic Association record due to the Blue Hens, a loss that provides the No. 14/16 Spiders with a shot at a share of theRead More
In the wake of the terrorist attacks committed by the Islamic State group in several locations in Paris this past Friday, Nov. 13, students at the College of William and Mary held a candlelight vigil Nov. 15 to show support for France and honor the victims of the harrowing attacks.Read More
The College of William and Mary is launching the Mattachine Project to research and archive the history of LBGTIQ
From the evolution of the liberal arts education to free speech lawsuits, Chancellor professor of English Terry Meyers has
As junior quarterback Steve Cluley dropped back for a pass on Richmond’s 12-yard line, the clock reading 2 minutes and 35 seconds in the final quarter, it looked as if William
We were all taught to separate music from school, to see the former as vital and the latter as optional. As one faculty member of the music department reminded me, this
It is healthy to examine and discuss and meditate on the good and bad in our little blue marble of a world.
Researchers with the William and Mary Mattachine Project discuss their work documenting the LGBTIQ past at the College and in the state of Virginia.