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Nonprofit Organization panel discusses leadership, microloans

Nonprofit Organization panel discusses leadership, microloans

Posted On: February 20, 2017

Students and community members came out Friday, Jan. 17 to see the Global Business Brigade’s first ever event: [...]

Chief Compliance Officer Kiersten Boyce reports 36 Title IX incidents to Board of Visitors

Chief Compliance Officer Kiersten Boyce reports 36 Title IX incidents to Board of Visitors

Posted On: February 14, 2017

During Thursday morning’s Board of Visitors Audit and Compliance committee meeting, Chief Compliance Officer Kiersten Boyce updated members [...]

BOV discusses new COLL curriculum to create interdisciplinary science courses

BOV discusses new COLL curriculum to create interdisciplinary science courses

Posted On: February 14, 2017

When the Board of Visitors met this week, they learned that a new COLL curriculum class may be [...]

After drop in class of 2020 applications, College identifies out-of-state applications as source of fluctuation

After drop in class of 2020 applications, College identifies out-of-state applications as source of fluctuation

Posted On: February 14, 2017

At the Academic Affairs Committee meeting of the College of William and Mary Board of Visitors Thursday, Feb. [...]

College searches for ‘divine’: Botticelli paintings travel from Italy to the Muscarelle

College searches for ‘divine’: Botticelli paintings travel from Italy to the Muscarelle

Posted On: January 31, 2017

From Turin’s Galleria Sabauda, one of artist Sandro Botticelli’s two Venus paintings in the world will leave Italy [...]

Muscarelle to display collection of James Monroe’s letters

Muscarelle to display collection of James Monroe’s letters

Posted On: January 31, 2017

Feb. 11, an exhibit titled Written in Confidence: The Unpublished Letters of James Monroe will open at the [...]

Beckles discusses reparatory justice in annual George Taylor Ross Address

Beckles discusses reparatory justice in annual George Taylor Ross Address

Posted On: January 25, 2017

Known as a leader in the global effort to seek reparations from European slave-trading nations, Hilary Beckles delivered [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]