The William and Mary Global Film Festival screened the critically acclaimed film “The Hunting Ground” Feb. 22. “The Hunting Ground” is a documentary about the reality of sexual assault on college campuses. More than 200 students, administrators, Greek life leadersRead More
Lawmakers in several states are currently pushing for legislation to slacken laws forbidding students from possessing firearms on college campuses, according to a recent New York Times article. Many of these legislators claim arming students will be helpful in reducingRead More
Marcus Thornton’s final game at Kaplan Arena didn’t have a dream ending. The senior guard — William and Mary’s newly-minted all-time leading scorer—received the typical adoration from the home crowd, made a few great plays and played only slightly below his typical level. Still, visiting DrexelRead More
The William and Mary Wind Ensemble, a student music group, is about to launch their talent out of Ewell, and out of the country for that matter, as they prepare for an international tour celebrating their 85th anniversary.Read More
The College of William and Mary announced March 3 that former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will speak at
From the streets of Brooklyn, to the front lines of the civil rights movement, to the pews of a
William and Mary’s men’s team earned second-place in the Army Tri-State Meet Saturday.
The cuts championed by Walker and Jindal are predicated on either apathy or ignorance, and are indicative of a greater shift in views on education. These men assume that education will