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Virginia gerrymandering case sent to lower court

Virginia gerrymandering case sent to lower court

Posted On: March 13, 2017

March 1, the U.S. Supreme Court referred a case back to a lower court to reconsider whether voting [...]

Former U.S. ambassador discusses importance of youth in global world

Former U.S. ambassador discusses importance of youth in global world

Posted On: March 05, 2017

Wednesday, March 1, former United States ambassador Shari Villarosa J.D. ’79 returned to where she taught law classes [...]

Business school denies credits for student internships: Students voice concerns about lack of credit for outside work, internship style classes

Business school denies credits for student internships: Students voice concerns about lack of credit for outside work, internship style classes

Posted On: February 28, 2017

In a department that prioritizes experience outside of the classroom, some students are questioning the Mason School of [...]

Roessler discusses research, experience in Second Sudanese Civil War in government lecture

Roessler discusses research, experience in Second Sudanese Civil War in government lecture

Posted On: February 14, 2017

Thursday, Feb. 9, government professor Philip Roessler stood before a full crowd in the St. George Tucker Hall [...]

Reveley Reacts to Immigration Executive Order

Reveley Reacts to Immigration Executive Order

Posted On: January 31, 2017

On Sunday, Jan. 29 College of William and Mary President Taylor Reveley sent a campus-wide email about President [...]

After elections, international relations professors stop to discuss Trump

After elections, international relations professors stop to discuss Trump

Posted On: November 14, 2016

Last Thursday, the students in Professor Susan Peterson’s international security course were given a choice: they could either [...]

Virginia college students responsible for about 43,000 early votes

Virginia college students responsible for about 43,000 early votes

Posted On: November 08, 2016

As students’ eyes turn towards the polls for this Tuesday’s election, one large section of their vote may [...]

The detriment of professors expressing political opinions

The detriment of professors expressing political opinions

Posted On: October 24, 2016

It is no secret that political advocacy is an important part of students’ lives around campus, but should [...]

A lesson from Fall Break: Appreciate what we have

A lesson from Fall Break: Appreciate what we have

Posted On: October 18, 2016

Around campus in the days leading up to fall break, the consensus seemed to be that everyone could [...]

Eliminating stereotypes

Eliminating stereotypes

Posted On: October 03, 2016

“He’s not a Trump supporter, is he?” — my friends in the lounge of our freshman hall asked me [...]