Expelled W&M student to serve no jail time for 2014 narcotics sale which led to overdose of soccer player, court rulesJune 22, 2015 - Article by: Tucker Higgins
The court ruled that Marshall would receive a $575 fine and a six-month suspension of his driver’s license.Read More
Housekeeping staff discovered a pencil drawing of a non-descript human figure hanging from a tree on the second floor of Blow Memorial Hall on the morning of June 15.Read More
College of William and Mary Chancellor Robert Gates ’65 and College President Taylor Reveley gave opening remarks at the commencement ceremony May 16, followed by a speech from former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.Read More
Senior Assistant Dean of Students Donna Haygood-Jackson Ed.D ’88 was arrested March 29 and charged with driving while intoxicated.Read More
College of William and Mary students and Williamsburg community members participated in a march to “Shut Down Richmond Road” Monday, May 4 as a protest against policy brutality. The event was organized by Nadia Ross ’17 in light of the most recent death of a black civilian caused by police in Baltimore, Md.Read More
The court ruled that Marshall would receive a $575 fine and a six-month suspension of his driver’s license.
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