Archive for Ariel Cohen

Let the fifes and drums drop and party like it’s 1693

Let the fifes and drums drop and party like it’s 1693

Posted On: January 20, 2014

Williamsburg has all the defining characteristics of a typical, small to mid-sized college town, but we also have [...]

Sexual assault remains an issue

Sexual assault remains an issue

Posted On: January 16, 2014

“It happened a few semesters ago,” she said. “I actually thought I knew him pretty well. I agreed [...]

McAuliffe to be honored at Charter Day ceremony

McAuliffe to be honored at Charter Day ceremony

Posted On: January 07, 2014

Virginia’s newly elected governor, Terry McAuliffe, will receive an honorary degree and speak at the College of William [...]

From The Flat Hat to The Washington Post

From The Flat Hat to The Washington Post

Posted On: December 03, 2013

One alum's journalistic journey. [...]

The future of the liberal arts

The future of the liberal arts

Posted On: November 22, 2013

When Mark Kendrick ’15 came to William and Mary as a freshman, he wanted to continue pursuing his [...]

BOV Provost Report: Masters programs discussed

BOV Provost Report: Masters programs discussed

Posted On: November 22, 2013

During the provost’s report, the Board of Visitors discussed the future of the College of William and Mary’s [...]

Happy Thanksgivukkah

Happy Thanksgivukkah

Posted On: November 22, 2013

Who knows, next Thanksgivukkah — whenever that is — ABC Family may have a “25 Days of Thanksgivukkah” [...]

Hale to the (fake) Chief: Fake Reveley

Hale to the (fake) Chief: Fake Reveley

Posted On: November 18, 2013

“I imagine it does a good job capturing my essence.” [...]

McAuliffe wins Virginia

McAuliffe wins Virginia

Posted On: November 08, 2013

On Tuesday, Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe narrowly won the highly contested governor’s race in Virginia, earning 47.74 percent [...]

Trick-or-treating in the Burg

Trick-or-treating in the Burg

Posted On: November 01, 2013

“After all, three ghosts live in the President’s House... And, of course, it would be prudent to [...]