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Publix to expand Virginia locations, move in on Monticello Avenue

Publix to expand Virginia locations, move in on Monticello Avenue

Posted On: December 05, 2017

Publix Super Markets, which originated in Florida, is coming to Williamsburg. With eight store locations already operating in [...]

SIA chapter suspended after reports of hazing: Members will lose recognition on campus, ability to facilitate events until at least fall 2018

SIA chapter suspended after reports of hazing: Members will lose recognition on campus, ability to facilitate events until at least fall 2018

Posted On: December 04, 2017

The Beta Delta Chapter of Hermandad de Sigma Iota Alpha, Inc. lost official recognition from the College of [...]

VOX hosts pro-abortion rights discussion

VOX hosts pro-abortion rights discussion

Posted On: December 04, 2017

VOX: Voices for Planned Parenthood held its annual “Pro-Choice Talk” Dec. 1 to discuss what it means to [...]

City Council plans to focus on Airbnb, group homes

City Council plans to focus on Airbnb, group homes

Posted On: December 04, 2017

As the calendar year draws to a close, the Williamsburg City Council is finalizing its legislative agenda to [...]

Neurodiversity Student Group hosts student-led panel Nov. 29

Neurodiversity Student Group hosts student-led panel Nov. 29

Posted On: December 04, 2017

The Neurodiversity Student Group held a student-run panel Wednesday, Nov. 29 entitled “Neurodiversity: Accepting All Kinds of Minds.” [...]

PIKA moves out: After failing to comply with Interfraternity Council sanctions, PIKA loses housing privilege

PIKA moves out: After failing to comply with Interfraternity Council sanctions, PIKA loses housing privilege

Posted On: December 04, 2017

Last semester, the Gamma chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity hosted their annual “camo” party, which in previous [...]

College recognizes World AIDS Day, provides subsidized tests

College recognizes World AIDS Day, provides subsidized tests

Posted On: December 04, 2017

Friday, Dec. 1, the College of William and Mary celebrated World AIDS Day after a week of HIV/AIDS [...]

One class, one rhythm at a time: Dance accompanist Larry Tolj discusses his passion for music, how he explores new rhythms for modern dance classes

One class, one rhythm at a time: Dance accompanist Larry Tolj discusses his passion for music, how he explores new rhythms for modern dance classes

Posted On: December 04, 2017

Since taking piano lessons at Peabody Preparatory, playing music has been an integral part of dance accompanist Larry [...]

Isabella Alexander shares film, talks travels

Isabella Alexander shares film, talks travels

Posted On: November 27, 2017

Filmmaker, human rights activist and Emory University professor Isabella Alexander visited the College of William and Mary Friday, [...]

Michael Wert gives guest lecture on samurai during Japan’s Edo period

Michael Wert gives guest lecture on samurai during Japan’s Edo period

Posted On: November 27, 2017

During a Nov. 16 guest lecture, Michael Wert, a professor at Marquette University, discussed how during the Edo [...]