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Roessler discusses research, experience in Second Sudanese Civil War in government lecture

Roessler discusses research, experience in Second Sudanese Civil War in government lecture

Posted On: February 14, 2017

Thursday, Feb. 9, government professor Philip Roessler stood before a full crowd in the St. George Tucker Hall [...]

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. [...]

Alum discusses public diplomacy, history with College’s international relations department

Alum discusses public diplomacy, history with College’s international relations department

Posted On: February 08, 2017

Jan. 26 Major Gregory Tomlin ’01 returned to his alma mater to discuss his new book and what [...]

With one College student trying to re-enter the United States, others react to Trump’s immigration executive order

With one College student trying to re-enter the United States, others react to Trump’s immigration executive order

Posted On: February 07, 2017

When President Donald Trump signed an executive order Friday, Jan. 28 suspending the Syrian refugee program indefinitely and [...]

College expands Flexible Housing to include incoming students

College expands Flexible Housing to include incoming students

Posted On: February 07, 2017

The College of William and Mary announced last January that after almost a decade, gender neutral housing would [...]

Two African-American faculty plan to leave: Charity Hudley, Hurte will say farewell to College after spring semester, move elsewhere

Two African-American faculty plan to leave: Charity Hudley, Hurte will say farewell to College after spring semester, move elsewhere

Posted On: February 07, 2017

Amid a campus-wide initiative to promote diversity on campus, an effort that began with the establishment of the [...]

Campus responds to executive order: professors, students gather for ‘No Ban in My Name’ protest

Campus responds to executive order: professors, students gather for ‘No Ban in My Name’ protest

Posted On: February 07, 2017

Screams filled the Sunken Garden right before 9 p.m. Thursday Feb. 2 as a speaker at the “No [...]

After delay, College signs American Council on Education letter’s second iteration

After delay, College signs American Council on Education letter’s second iteration

Posted On: February 06, 2017

Feb. 3, the American Council on Education sent a letter initially backed by 598 colleges and universities to [...]

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 focuses on historical roots of Standing Rock movement

Lecture focuses on historical roots of Standing Rock movement

Posted On: November 23, 2016

English and American Studies professor Kara Thompson hosted a presentation about the Standing Rock protests Friday Nov. 18. [...]