With one week until City Council elections, four of the five candidates placed their platforms side by side at a Town Hall at the College of William and Mary April 26, hosted by The Flat Hat and the Student Caucus. Candidate Barbara Ramsey ’75 was unable to attend the debate due to a priorRead More
$50,000 in matched funds, 750 alumni ambassadors reaching out on social media, 36 cities around the world, seven Netflix-themed videos of College of William and Mary President Taylor Reveley: This year's One Tribe One Day smashed all the College's previous single day giving records, racking up 10,358 total donors in just 24 hours.Read More
Data collected from the 2014 census and salary information indicate the presence of a gender pay gap at the College of William and Mary. The gap is slightly less significant than the one in Virginia, where, controlling for hours worked, occupation, college major, employment sector and other factors conditional to pay, median full-time earningsRead More
The Flat Hat Sports Desk’s annual awards recognize the top players, coaches, and games of the year. Editor Nick Cipolla '17 explains the choices of this year’s winners and talks about the defining moments of 2015-16.Read More
It is no secret that Wawa is not only an integral part of the College of William and Mary community, but for many of us, it is a second home that holds fond memories of freshman hall bonding, mac and cheese and late-night coffee runs. ItRead More
With exactly one week remaining until the May 3 election, the five Williamsburg City Council hopefuls lined up at
Let’s talk for a second about how much I hate the internet. Not only does it encourage sexists, racists and
The Flat Hat Sports Desk’s annual awards recognize the top players, coaches, and games of the year. Editor Nick Cipolla '17 explains the choices of this year’s winners and talks about
It is not easy to quickly change salaries or the employee population of an institution as large as the College. But it’s 2016. This should have been fixed years ago.
At the end of last summer, I visited the College of William and Mary to say goodbye to my friends and the place I had called home for the last year.
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