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Grad students may face steep tax hikes: Under proposed GOP tax plan, tuition waivers would be taxed as income

Grad students may face steep tax hikes: Under proposed GOP tax plan, tuition waivers would be taxed as income

Posted On: November 27, 2017

After several failed attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, Republicans in Congress claimed victory two weeks ago [...]

Energy transformer catches fire, campus experiences widespread power failure

Energy transformer catches fire, campus experiences widespread power failure

Posted On: November 27, 2017

The morning of Monday, Nov. 27, a Dominion Energy transformer located near the Botetourt Complex failed, causing a [...]

Bouncing around world, into the College: Government professor Marcus Holmes talks academic background, bringing excitement into government classrooms

Bouncing around world, into the College: Government professor Marcus Holmes talks academic background, bringing excitement into government classrooms

Posted On: November 27, 2017

A 2014 addition to the College of William and Mary’s government and international relations programs, professor Marcus Holmes [...]

Lambda, SA host vigil to honor trans people killed

Lambda, SA host vigil to honor trans people killed

Posted On: November 27, 2017

A small crowd gathered in silence on the steps of the Sunken Garden Nov. 20. The stairs were [...]

Board of Visitors defers discussion of amendments to weapon, open flame policies

Board of Visitors defers discussion of amendments to weapon, open flame policies

Posted On: November 19, 2017

Thursday, Nov. 16, the Committee on Administration, Buildings and Grounds of the College of William and Mary’s Board [...]

Board of Visitors meets to approve 18 resolutions in November session

Board of Visitors meets to approve 18 resolutions in November session

Posted On: November 19, 2017

The College of William and Mary’s Board of Visitors met Nov. 15-17 and discussed 20 resolutions, 18 of [...]

Short story author Kelly Link discusses magical realism, writing

Short story author Kelly Link discusses magical realism, writing

Posted On: November 13, 2017

Since 1991, the Patrick Hayes Writers Series has been bringing writers onto the College of William and Mary’s [...]

Master Craftsmen Shop closes: After 35 years, Holly Shields decides to retire

Master Craftsmen Shop closes: After 35 years, Holly Shields decides to retire

Posted On: November 13, 2017

Thursday, Nov. 2, after 35 years of business in the Williamsburg community, the Master Craftsmen Shop on North [...]

Williamsburg outlets welcomes two stores: Candy, books join offerings of Williamsburg Premium Outlets

Williamsburg outlets welcomes two stores: Candy, books join offerings of Williamsburg Premium Outlets

Posted On: November 13, 2017

The Williamsburg Premium Outlets announced the opening of two storefronts last week in preparation for the upcoming holiday [...]

Panel on poverty seeks to create relationships with impoverished

Panel on poverty seeks to create relationships with impoverished

Posted On: November 13, 2017

Wednesday, Nov. 8, Greater City hosted its second annual panel on poverty and homelessness entitled “Deconstructed: Homelessness and [...]