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What Ever Happened to Baby Swing State Virginia?

What Ever Happened to Baby Swing State Virginia?

Posted On: November 08, 2016

During the 2004 presidential election, a grand total of zero dollars were spent in Virginia by both George [...]

Fall in Oslo

Fall in Oslo

Posted On: October 31, 2016

Fall has always been my favorite season. I love its liminality; the landscape is overtaken by a symphony [...]

No Kangaroos in Austria

No Kangaroos in Austria

Posted On: October 12, 2016

After being in Vienna for a month already, I would say that I’m settled into my new home [...]

Building the BioMakerSpace

Building the BioMakerSpace

Posted On: October 12, 2016

Among the many new whiz-bang features of ISC-3, the BioMakerSpace stands out for its promise of democratized molecular [...]

Guide to Recycling At The College of William & Mary

Guide to Recycling At The College of William & Mary

Posted On: October 06, 2016

You know those blue bins next to the normal trash cans? If you did not already know this, [...]

Last Lap Introduction: Jason Focarino

Last Lap Introduction: Jason Focarino

Posted On: October 06, 2016

Hello!!! My name is Jason Focarino and here is a list of things I love in order of [...]

Last Lap Introduction: Taylor Medley

Last Lap Introduction: Taylor Medley

Posted On: October 06, 2016

Hi y’all! My name is Taylor Medley and I’m a senior (last lap, hey!) at the College from [...]

Cupolaspotting at Bryan Hall

Cupolaspotting at Bryan Hall

Posted On: October 05, 2016

There are many things about the Bryan Complex that you shouldn’t be thinking about. For instance, which building [...]

51, 50 or Fight! The 2016 Race for Control of the Senate

51, 50 or Fight! The 2016 Race for Control of the Senate

Posted On: October 05, 2016

Hello people of William and Mary! This week, Johnathan is here to give you all the run down [...]

Cupolaspotting at Tucker Hall

Cupolaspotting at Tucker Hall

Posted On: October 05, 2016

William & Mary students, you may not have noticed, but campus has been overrun. I’m not talking about [...]