Administrators responded to concern over a “Gangsters and Golfers” mixer between the Alpha Eta Chapter of the Sigma Pi Fraternity and the Beta Lambda Chapter of the Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority, as well as a Phi Beta chapter of Kappa Delta Rho’s “War of Northern Aggression” party.Read More
Over 100 students gathered in Commonwealth Auditorium Wednesday, Jan. 28 for the Center for Student Diversity and Black Law Students Association’s annual commemoration of the life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This year, the keynote speaker was Dr.Read More
Members of the General Assembly and the state of Virginia should not discount the power of the College’s students, who are already doing extraordinary things in nearly every field. We are consumers, voters and citizens. We are part of the economic and political future of Virginia, and the budgetary decisions that legislators make inRead More
It’s getting harder to be an underdog these days. William and Mary’s athletic identity as the constant letdown didn’t seem to fit Wednesday night as the Tribe rolled over Hofstra, 100-79, in front of yet another raucous Kaplan Arena crowdRead More
In its first meeting of the new semester, the Student Assembly Senate approved the We Day Act. The We
On the walls of a gallery a few steps from campus hang more than 100 priceless works of art.
Thursday night saw the beginning of the first win streak of 2015 as William and Mary won its second consecutive game. The Tribe triumphed 67-62 against North Carolina-Wilmington in Kaplan Arena.
Maybe 2015 isn’t the biggest year for politics. Okay, so it definitely isn’t. Despite its lack of major elections, 2015 still provides a great opportunity to refine one’s political views or