Seven Society honors Sadler with plaque

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October 3, 2008

1:27 AM

The College of William and Mary’s Seven Society recently recognized former vice president of student affairs Sam Sadler, with a plaque near the main entrance of the Sadler Center. The plaque features excerpts of the Seven Society’s official poem, “I am the College of William and Mary.”

The Seven Society was supposedly founded in 1826 and is a philanthropic secret society known for displaying banner and posters around campus and for thanking seven students at the end of each term for their dedication to the College.

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