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Thursday, Feb. 13, the Alexander Hamilton Society at the College of William and Mary hosted a discussion in McGlothlin-Street Hall entitled “China’s Western Horizon:...

Finding fulfillment through math: Jack Morris researches self-driving cars for honors thesis

  Jack Morris, a Richmond native, has spent four years in Williamsburg as a devoted mathematics major and computer science minor. Before he joins the rest of the senior class at commencement this May, Morris will...

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