Archive for Annie Curran

James River health earns “C,” slight increase

James River health earns “C,” slight increase

Posted On: November 08, 2013

The James River received a “C” grade for overall health in the 2013 State of the James Report. [...]

Filling a void: Hotels increase occupancy in Hospitality House’s absence

Filling a void: Hotels increase occupancy in Hospitality House’s absence

Posted On: November 05, 2013

Local hotels and inns are benefitting from the Hospitality House’s closure, especially during this past Homecoming. The College of [...]

College first in fostering service careers

College first in fostering service careers

Posted On: October 29, 2013

Students at the College of William and Mary collectively complete over 300,000 hours of community service annually. That [...]

Multiple larcenies in Mason School of Business

Multiple larcenies in Mason School of Business

Posted On: October 24, 2013

Between Oct. 10-12, five cases of larceny were reported at the Mason School of Business. The College [...]

Professors discuss shutdown’s effect on grants

Professors discuss shutdown’s effect on grants

Posted On: October 08, 2013

This October, Associate professor and Chair of applied science Christopher Del Negro was supposed to participate in a [...]

Federal government shutdown may have slight impact at College

Federal government shutdown may have slight impact at College

Posted On: October 04, 2013

As day four of the government shutdown begins, day-to-day operations at the College of William and Mary remain [...]

Nelson’s book on John Henry inspiring play

Nelson’s book on John Henry inspiring play

Posted On: October 01, 2013

Professor Scott Nelson expected nasty reviews when he published “Steel Drivin’ Man: John Henry, The Untold Story of [...]

Students may struggle against fear-based model of excellence

Students may struggle against fear-based model of excellence

Posted On: September 27, 2013

Assistant Vice President for Health and Wellness Dr. Kelly Crace thinks students at the College of William and [...]

Bike thievery continues

Bike thievery continues

Posted On: September 23, 2013

Mike Pozulp ’15 is a Resident Assistant in the Ludwell Complex. Last Wednesday, his roommate woke up to [...]

Trichler one of “99 under 33”

Trichler one of “99 under 33”

Posted On: September 20, 2013

After graduating as valedictorian from Brigham Young University, Trichler moved on to complete his master’s degree at Georgetown [...]