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The freshman dorms here at the College of William and Mary are, objectively, not great. Running jokes about cockroaches, lack of air conditioning, ant...

Resident Assistants take on additional responsibilities due to pandemic, deal with increased regulation, stress

Resident assistants at the College of William and Mary have always had difficult jobs; they act as peacemakers, peacekeepers and enforcers of the housing...

Virginia students demand improved COVID-19 policies

Monday, Sept. 14, student representatives from several Virginia universities met over Zoom to discuss their reactions to colleges’ reopening plans for the fall semester....

Champions of the “wubble”: Upcoming games, successful athlete performances indicate intense conclusion to COVID-altered...

Sunday Sept. 13, chaos reigned in the basketball world, and I’m not talking about the Los Angeles Clippers blowing a gigantic lead to the...

International students adapt to long-distance learning, COVID-19 restrictions

Having lived in Beijing for more than 18 years, Jiayi Wu ’22 is now studying at Beijing Normal University as a College of William...