Archive for Emily Martell

Researchers propose solutions to higher education challenges April 21

Researchers propose solutions to higher education challenges April 21

Posted On: April 25, 2017

The past 35 years have witnessed rising costs of higher education, dwindling public spending for universities and a [...]

Ringing in a more perfect union: Provost Michael Halleran talks diversity, presidential search

Ringing in a more perfect union: Provost Michael Halleran talks diversity, presidential search

Posted On: April 24, 2017

As College of William and Mary Provost Michael Halleran works from his high-ceilinged office in the Brafferton Friday, [...]

App attempts to make reporting sexual assault easier

App attempts to make reporting sexual assault easier

Posted On: April 10, 2017

Reach Out Editions, a free and anonymous smartphone resource guide launched by Capptivation in July 2016, seeks to [...]

After drop in class of 2020 applications, College identifies out-of-state applications as source of fluctuation

After drop in class of 2020 applications, College identifies out-of-state applications as source of fluctuation

Posted On: February 14, 2017

At the Academic Affairs Committee meeting of the College of William and Mary Board of Visitors Thursday, Feb. [...]

With one College student trying to re-enter the United States, others react to Trump’s immigration executive order

With one College student trying to re-enter the United States, others react to Trump’s immigration executive order

Posted On: February 07, 2017

When President Donald Trump signed an executive order Friday, Jan. 28 suspending the Syrian refugee program indefinitely and [...]

CSD hosts annual Martin Luther King Jr. talk: Angela Rye discusses King’s legacy in post-Obama United States, Trump presidency

CSD hosts annual Martin Luther King Jr. talk: Angela Rye discusses King’s legacy in post-Obama United States, Trump presidency

Posted On: January 24, 2017

Thursday Jan. 19, political analyst Angela Rye joined the College of William and Mary and the Williamsburg community [...]

From ballot to budget: Panelists explore how the Virginia General Assembly will affect higher education funding

From ballot to budget: Panelists explore how the Virginia General Assembly will affect higher education funding

Posted On: November 16, 2016

In the wake of Virginia’s $1.5-billion-dollar budget shortfall and 7.5 percent proposed cuts to public colleges and universities, [...]

Andrew Kim discusses ISIS, future of conflict in Iraq

Andrew Kim discusses ISIS, future of conflict in Iraq

Posted On: November 10, 2016

On Saturday Nov. 5, former Director of Iraq in the National Security Council Andrew Kim provided students at [...]

Democratic House of Representatives candidate Shaun Brown runs progressive ‘blue campaign’ in 2nd District

Democratic House of Representatives candidate Shaun Brown runs progressive ‘blue campaign’ in 2nd District

Posted On: November 01, 2016

United States House of Representatives hopeful Shaun Brown is running a progressive “blue campaign,” contrary to the advice [...]

For the Bold fundraiser has not seen post-launch dip in alumni giving typical of other campaigns

For the Bold fundraiser has not seen post-launch dip in alumni giving typical of other campaigns

Posted On: October 25, 2016

Fundraising efforts at the College of William and Mary continue to ramp up, with a record-breaking $46.3 million [...]