Archive for Chase L. Hopkins

How will the state budget affect the College?

How will the state budget affect the College?

Posted On: April 26, 2012

In a move surprising to only few, the state hand that feeds the College of William and Mary’s [...]

High school team wins national competition

High school team wins national competition

Posted On: April 19, 2012

Seventy anxious people converged on a federal courtroom in Washington D.C. March 30, prepared to litigate a contentious [...]

Students back Senate campaigns of Kaine and Allen

Students back Senate campaigns of Kaine and Allen

Posted On: April 05, 2012

Both Tim Kaine, D, and George Allen, R, are courting the votes of university students across the state, [...]

Panel of students and religious leaders call for tolerance

Panel of students and religious leaders call for tolerance

Posted On: April 02, 2012

What is currently a divisive issue on the national political, religious and social scene was a topic of [...]

Adjunct professors help College’s financial situation

Adjunct professors help College’s financial situation

Posted On: March 29, 2012

Like many other 21st-century universities during this time of declining state support, the College of William and Mary [...]

Mills takes SA election

Mills takes SA election

Posted On: March 23, 2012

In a tight race fraught with controversies and candidates galore, Curt Mills ’13 and Melanie Levine ’13 were [...]

Panel on legal aspects of the Occupy movement held at law school

Panel on legal aspects of the Occupy movement held at law school

Posted On: March 23, 2012

Cabell Research Professor of Law Timothy Zick and Amin Husain, an activist affiliated with the Occupy movement, discussed [...]

SA President and Vice President Profiles: Curt Mills and Melanie Levine

SA President and Vice President Profiles: Curt Mills and Melanie Levine

Posted On: March 19, 2012

To some, student body disillusionment has been the major issue that the Student Assembly has had to tackle [...]

Downtown gets a facelift

Downtown gets a facelift

Posted On: February 27, 2012

Local contractors have plans to construct a building on the corner of Prince George and Armistead streets that [...]

History conference opens with Voltaire and slavery

History conference opens with Voltaire and slavery

Posted On: February 23, 2012

While slaves have been absent from the College of William and Mary since the nineteenth century, their cultural [...]