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Panel discusses potential addition to COLL 300 curriculum

A panel discussion was held Wednesday, Nov. 20 in Tyler Hall to discuss the COLL curriculum and ongoing efforts by the College of William and Mary to improve diversity and intercommunal dialogue on campus. Professors Christine Nemacheck and John Parman, both affiliated with...

PBK construction project receives new contractor

Following the demolition of Phi Beta Kappa Memorial Hall Aug. 2019, a change in the contractor handling the project has prompted communication shifts between the Facilities Management team and the department of theatre, speech and dance. The next...

The Journey and the Destination: Kibiriti Majuto ’21 discusses journey from Congo to college...

Kibiriti Majuto ’21 ate his first apple in Tanzania. Majuto was born in the Democratic Republic of the Congo but fled as a refugee with...

Response to “‘It: Part Two’ Said Gay Rights!”

Let me preface this by saying that I really enjoyed “It: Part Two.” I think they do the large cast movie quite well, and the characters...

Fraternities, sororities suspended following increased hazing reports

Amid national dialogue about hazing in Greek organizations, the College of William and Mary’s Fraternity and Sorority Life community is experiencing an uptick in...