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Community mourns victims of Orlando shooting, holds vigil

Community mourns victims of Orlando shooting, holds vigil

Posted On: June 14, 2016

For weeks the College of William and Mary’s campus has been all but empty for summer, but last [...]

Watch: She won a World Cup. Returning to Williamsburg, Jill Ellis ’88 has other things on her mind.

Watch: She won a World Cup. Returning to Williamsburg, Jill Ellis ’88 has other things on her mind.

Posted On: May 14, 2016

Almost nobody on earth knows how long it would take them to get over the joy of winning [...]

Graduates urged to be bold at 2016 Commencement ceremony

Graduates urged to be bold at 2016 Commencement ceremony

Posted On: May 14, 2016

It was with pomp, circumstance and an unlikely avian metaphor that the Class of 2016 graduated this morning [...]

Student takes spot on City Council

Student takes spot on City Council

Posted On: May 03, 2016

Senior Benming Zhang was elected to the City of Williamsburg’s City Council May 3, finishing in the top [...]

City Council elections begin today

City Council elections begin today

Posted On: May 02, 2016

City Council elections will be held Tuesday May 3. The Flat Hat has you covered with all the [...]

Candidates, shaped by diverse backgrounds, offer different visions for Williamsburg

Candidates, shaped by diverse backgrounds, offer different visions for Williamsburg

Posted On: May 02, 2016

The five candidates running for City Council May 3 claim diverse backgrounds, professional experience and expertise. While the [...]

Whitaker reflects on his year in office

Whitaker reflects on his year in office

Posted On: May 02, 2016

During his time in office, outgoing Student Assembly President Yohance Whitaker ’16 supported legislation that would allocate funds [...]

Growing up in Williamsburg: Greg Granger reflects on business, childhood lessons

Growing up in Williamsburg: Greg Granger reflects on business, childhood lessons

Posted On: May 02, 2016

Looking back on his childhood, Greg Granger remembers the first time he crossed Richmond Road without supervision. Years [...]

Paul Freiling ’83 focuses re-election bid on City Council experience

Paul Freiling ’83 focuses re-election bid on City Council experience

Posted On: May 01, 2016

Walking into his advisor’s office during his freshman year, Paul Freiling ’83 was determined to become a doctor. [...]

A matter of debate: City Council candidates participate in public forum

A matter of debate: City Council candidates participate in public forum

Posted On: April 27, 2016

With exactly one week remaining until the May 3 election, the five Williamsburg City Council hopefuls lined up [...]