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Board of Visitors defers discussion of amendments to weapon, open flame policies
November 19, 2017 - Article by:

Thursday, Nov. 16, the Committee on Administration, Buildings and Grounds of the College of William and Mary’s Board of


Is it Soup, or is it Cereal?
November 13, 2017 - Article by:

Recently, a question entered my life that has caused me to look at the world differently. It may seem


Men’s Basketball: Tribe secures first win of the season at home
November 19, 2017 - Article by:

William and Mary played its first home game of the season on Wednesday against in-state foe Hampton. Last year, the Tribe was 13-1 at home, with its lone loss coming late


Our duty to care: Tackling law school’s mental health
November 13, 2017 - Article by:

On my first day in William and Mary law school, Dean Davison Douglas addressed the 238 members of my class. He impressed upon us that we were joining the legal profession


Powering Through “BoJack Horseman”
October 18, 2017 - Article by:

I have a habit of watching TV shows, hating them, coming back three months later and then binging them from start to finish. Maybe there’s something psychological there to unpack, or

The “Rocky Horror” Rant
Learning Spanglish

Learning Spanglish

October 18, 2017


Super Tuesday in Williamsburg
March 20, 2016 - Article by:

On Tuesday March 1, 2016 William and Mary students turned out to vote at their respective polling locations to vote in Virginia’s primary elections. Hear what motivated them to hit the