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“Baskerville” Review: A Detective Drama

“Baskerville” Review: A Detective Drama

Posted On: April 24, 2017

If you were looking for a howl over the weekend — either from a dark, creepy hound or [...]

GRID discusses n-word usage, larger culture of racism

GRID discusses n-word usage, larger culture of racism

Posted On: April 10, 2017

Wednesday, April 5, members of multiple Greek life organizations gathered to grapple with a complex question surrounding race [...]

Weaving a life after surgery: Regina Root talks brain surgery, textiles

Weaving a life after surgery: Regina Root talks brain surgery, textiles

Posted On: April 04, 2017

Hispanic studies professor Regina Root scrawled six, lopsided words in black ink on a sheet of white paper: [...]

“Fly 103” soars to PBK

“Fly 103” soars to PBK

Posted On: March 20, 2017

Whether he was lying on the floor, lighting candles around the room, scrawling ideas on a whiteboard, carrying [...]

Film Review: “Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise”

Film Review: “Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise”

Posted On: February 14, 2017

Words can change lives — if you shape them the right way. Maya Angelou’s words have the deeply [...]

Colonial Williamsburg honors the rich history of African-Americans

Colonial Williamsburg honors the rich history of African-Americans

Posted On: February 07, 2017

Once a home to slaves, Colonial Williamsburg seeks to commemorate and honor the city’s rich history of African-Americans [...]

World Interfaith Harmony Week: Panel on Religious Pluralism

World Interfaith Harmony Week: Panel on Religious Pluralism

Posted On: February 07, 2017

In light of the recent actions of Donald Trump’s administration which restricted immigration from Muslim-majority countries, the Student [...]

Making a masterpiece: Christina Carroll ’05, J.D. ’10 turns time at College into career at the Muscarelle

Making a masterpiece: Christina Carroll ’05, J.D. ’10 turns time at College into career at the Muscarelle

Posted On: November 23, 2016

Christina Carroll ’05, J.D.’10 had always planned on being a doctor. She entered the College of William and [...]

Board of Visitors discusses new program for government, military professionals

Board of Visitors discusses new program for government, military professionals

Posted On: November 20, 2016

Last spring, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe and Secretary of Veterans and Defense Affairs John Harvey singled out the [...]

Fewer roles available for student actresses

Fewer roles available for student actresses

Posted On: November 14, 2016

In the Spring 2017 semester, William and Mary Theatre mainstage productions will feature only one lead female role. [...]