Archive for Emily Chaumont

Honor code sign changes pass the test

Honor code sign changes pass the test

Posted On: October 23, 2017

Last February, I wrote an impassioned — but tongue-in-cheek — critique of the signs displaying the Honor Pledge [...]

Inside COLL: Professors raise questions, concerns about implementation of COLL curriculum

Inside COLL: Professors raise questions, concerns about implementation of COLL curriculum

Posted On: October 09, 2017

The COLL curriculum first debuted in fall 2015, replacing the GER system. When the class of 2018 graduates, [...]

Emergency alerts generally not specific

Emergency alerts generally not specific

Posted On: September 25, 2017

In the month of September, students received that fateful combination of a text, phone call and email from [...]

From DoG Street to Disney World: Emily Flack ’20 discusses her time working as a performer in Disney’s parks

From DoG Street to Disney World: Emily Flack ’20 discusses her time working as a performer in Disney’s parks

Posted On: September 25, 2017

While her friends were stressing out in the Earl Gregg Swem Library in May of 2016, Emily Flack [...]

A small window into the heart of Tucker

A small window into the heart of Tucker

Posted On: September 11, 2017

As an English major, I spend a disproportionate amount of my time in Tucker Hall. Generally, it’s one [...]

Marketplace picks up the dining slack on campus

Marketplace picks up the dining slack on campus

Posted On: September 04, 2017

When students returned to campus this fall, likely no one was excited about the dining options. Students at [...]

Students starving for more food options on campus

Students starving for more food options on campus

Posted On: August 24, 2017

When students step back on to campus, they will be faced with the challenge of where to find [...]

From College to Cinderella’s Castle: Andrew Sugerman ’93 shares how he shaped his dream career

From College to Cinderella’s Castle: Andrew Sugerman ’93 shares how he shaped his dream career

Posted On: August 23, 2017

Although Andrew Sugerman ’93 majored in accounting at the College of William and Mary, his career journey since [...]

After April 19-21 meetings, BOV passes 27 resolutions

After April 19-21 meetings, BOV passes 27 resolutions

Posted On: April 24, 2017

The College of William and Mary’s Board of Visitors met April 19-21 to discuss topics including faculty retirements, [...]

Gymnastics: School-record 11 Tribe gymnasts qualify for individual NCAA competition

Gymnastics: School-record 11 Tribe gymnasts qualify for individual NCAA competition

Posted On: April 24, 2017

William and Mary had an impressive showing at the National Collegiate Athletic Association Championship at Army April 21-22. [...]