Archive for Heather Baier

Ali Pete ’20: From a Hospital Bed to the Dean’s List

Ali Pete ’20: From a Hospital Bed to the Dean’s List

Posted On: September 11, 2017

Jan. 7, 2017, Alexandria Pete ’20 woke up on a slice of asphalt, looking into the eyes of [...]

CWA burdened with expenses from last year: Combined costs of new software, old bills drive CWA to raise prices

CWA burdened with expenses from last year: Combined costs of new software, old bills drive CWA to raise prices

Posted On: April 25, 2017

The Christopher Wren Association, a lifelong learning program affiliated with the College of William and Mary, recently increased [...]

Students smash scales to fight eating disorders, start conversation

Students smash scales to fight eating disorders, start conversation

Posted On: April 17, 2017

Eating disorders, carrying the highest death rate out of any known type of mental disorder, affect 20 percent [...]

Conference discusses Middle East, youth impact for building peace

Conference discusses Middle East, youth impact for building peace

Posted On: April 11, 2017

The Reves Center for International Studies hosted a conference April 7 focusing on past, current and future issues [...]

Trade policy lectures focuses on benefits of international investment

Trade policy lectures focuses on benefits of international investment

Posted On: April 10, 2017

Former Ambassador to Belize Vinai Thummalapally gave a lecture April 4 entitled “U.S. Trade Policies: Where We’ve Been, [...]

Is China socialist?: Lecture debates role of Chinese government in economy

Is China socialist?: Lecture debates role of Chinese government in economy

Posted On: April 03, 2017

The College of William and Mary Confucius Institute hosted a lecture on the role the Chinese government plays [...]

Third lecture in series discusses false positive rate in incarceration, death penalty

Third lecture in series discusses false positive rate in incarceration, death penalty

Posted On: April 03, 2017

The College Libertarians and NAACP hosted the third and final lecture in their Incarceration Nation series Wednesday, March [...]

Ornstein discusses current political arena

Ornstein discusses current political arena

Posted On: March 28, 2017

Norman Ornstein, a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, a political columnist and an author, was selected as [...]

Second lecture in series focuses on issues with U.S. death penalty

Second lecture in series focuses on issues with U.S. death penalty

Posted On: March 26, 2017

The College Libertarians and the College of William and Mary’s chapter of the NAACP hosted the second lecture [...]

Community rallies to save Chesapeake Bay: Students, politicians organize to protest President Trump’s funding proposal

Community rallies to save Chesapeake Bay: Students, politicians organize to protest President Trump’s funding proposal

Posted On: March 21, 2017

U.S. President Donald Trump submitted his budget proposal for 2018 Thursday, March 16. It proposed cutting the Environmental [...]