Archive for Nia Kitchin

Dalton Bennett ’09 speaks on Trump supporters, journalism career

Dalton Bennett ’09 speaks on Trump supporters, journalism career

Posted On: February 17, 2017

Washington Post political video reporter Dalton Bennett ’09 gave a talk on his time covering U.S. President Donald [...]

Refugee panel seeks to explain crisis

Refugee panel seeks to explain crisis

Posted On: February 17, 2017

A refugee panel sponsored by the No Lost Generation student group and featuring three government professors was held [...]

College awards faculty prizes at Charter Day, gives honorary degrees to West, Clemons

College awards faculty prizes at Charter Day, gives honorary degrees to West, Clemons

Posted On: February 14, 2017

The 324th annual Charter Day celebration commenced Friday, Feb. 10, at Kaplan Arena. Students, professors and administrators gathered [...]

Senate divides on Snowden bill, delays voting indefinitely

Senate divides on Snowden bill, delays voting indefinitely

Posted On: February 09, 2017

During Tuesday night’s almost three-hour long Student Assembly Senate meeting, senators decided to indefinitely table the Spring Speaker [...]

IFC sets new expansion policy, invites three new frats

IFC sets new expansion policy, invites three new frats

Posted On: January 31, 2017

Over the next few years, Greek life at the College of William and Mary will continue to expand. [...]

Behind the brick walls: Hunt Hall’s haunted history

Behind the brick walls: Hunt Hall’s haunted history

Posted On: January 31, 2017

Formerly home to medical patients and, possibly, ghosts, Hunt Hall now houses 62 freshman students. Hunt was constructed [...]

Government lecture focuses on intersection of gender, politics

Government lecture focuses on intersection of gender, politics

Posted On: December 05, 2016

Government professors at the College of William and Mary held an informal discussion on Monday, Nov. 28 about [...]

City of Williamsburg unveils new software to improve recycling efforts

City of Williamsburg unveils new software to improve recycling efforts

Posted On: November 14, 2016

The City of Williamsburg recently unveiled a new system aiming to make recycling easier. Williamsburg residents can now [...]

Campus organizations register 1,500 students for heated election

Campus organizations register 1,500 students for heated election

Posted On: November 08, 2016

Voter registration efforts at the College of William and Mary were in full swing this election season. Students [...]

For the best breakfast, look past dining halls

For the best breakfast, look past dining halls

Posted On: November 07, 2016

Breakfast at campus dining halls can be a sordid affair, with their dark lighting, pungent dish drop-offs and [...]