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Behind Closed Doors: Activism, All the Time

Behind Closed Doors: Activism, All the Time

Posted On: January 24, 2017

So, we have an ignorant Cheeto sitting in the Oval Office. Not only is he simply an idiot [...]

VOX sends representatives to Women’s Equality Coalition Lobby in Richmond

VOX sends representatives to Women’s Equality Coalition Lobby in Richmond

Posted On: January 24, 2017

On the first Monday following the inauguration of President Donald Trump and the day after the anniversary of [...]

Students join day of protest: Women’s March fills streets across nation, in Williamsburg

Students join day of protest: Women’s March fills streets across nation, in Williamsburg

Posted On: January 24, 2017

On the day after President Donald Trump was inaugurated, students from the College of William and Mary joined [...]

College finds traces of lead in Jefferson Hall water: Levels of lead do not violate Safe Drinking Water Act but do require College action

College finds traces of lead in Jefferson Hall water: Levels of lead do not violate Safe Drinking Water Act but do require College action

Posted On: January 24, 2017

Friday, Jan. 20, the College of William and Mary’s Residence Life office informed students living in Jefferson Hall [...]

Students take defensive action at Road to Richmond: Fox prioritizes policy targeting out-of-state students

Students take defensive action at Road to Richmond: Fox prioritizes policy targeting out-of-state students

Posted On: January 24, 2017

Road to Richmond, the College of William and Mary’s annual lobbying day at the Virginia General Assembly, took [...]

CSD hosts annual Martin Luther King Jr. talk: Angela Rye discusses King’s legacy in post-Obama United States, Trump presidency

CSD hosts annual Martin Luther King Jr. talk: Angela Rye discusses King’s legacy in post-Obama United States, Trump presidency

Posted On: January 24, 2017

Thursday Jan. 19, political analyst Angela Rye joined the College of William and Mary and the Williamsburg community [...]

Brewing philanthropy: Students start coffee business to bring clean water to impoverished countries

Brewing philanthropy: Students start coffee business to bring clean water to impoverished countries

Posted On: January 23, 2017

When two students at the College of William and Mary’s Mason School of Business met in class and [...]

Making the personal political: Katie Koestner ’94 speaks out, changes national conversation on rape

Making the personal political: Katie Koestner ’94 speaks out, changes national conversation on rape

Posted On: January 23, 2017

In the 1990s, rape was still thought of by many as an act committed by strangers in the [...]

For students protected under DACA, presidential transition stirs fears about returning next semester

For students protected under DACA, presidential transition stirs fears about returning next semester

Posted On: December 11, 2016

With the presidential transition in full swing, one Obama-era immigration policy under threat has students at the College [...]

Lecture explores archaeology’s role in reclaiming and memorializing enslaved Americans

Lecture explores archaeology’s role in reclaiming and memorializing enslaved Americans

Posted On: December 05, 2016

On Tuesday, Nov. 29, the Institute for Historical Biology hosted a symposium entitled “Archaeologies of Slavery and Memory [...]