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Winning a gold medal in Residence Life: Maggie Evans discusses new job, involvement in Olympic Games

Winning a gold medal in Residence Life: Maggie Evans discusses new job, involvement in Olympic Games

Posted On: October 09, 2017

Director of Residence Life Maggie Evans wasn’t job searching when she found out that the College of William [...]

David DeMarco ’21 takes 22.53 percent of the vote, winning SA class president seat

David DeMarco ’21 takes 22.53 percent of the vote, winning SA class president seat

Posted On: October 09, 2017

Monday, Oct. 9, 932 members of the class of 2021 voted for their class president and four Student [...]

Revisiting 2015 legislation, senate discusses allocating funding for Thanksgiving meals

Revisiting 2015 legislation, senate discusses allocating funding for Thanksgiving meals

Posted On: October 09, 2017

In Tuesday’s meeting, Student Assembly discussed the Hobble Wobble Gobble Act, revisiting a legislation project from November 2015. [...]

Black Lives Matter protests American Civil Liberties Union

Black Lives Matter protests American Civil Liberties Union

Posted On: October 02, 2017

Sept. 27, Black Lives Matter protestors at the College of William and Mary interrupted “Students and the First [...]

Class of 2020 SA senator position vulnerable in upcoming election Oct. 9

Class of 2020 SA senator position vulnerable in upcoming election Oct. 9

Posted On: October 02, 2017

When ballots are sent out Oct. 9 for the class of 2021 to elect its five representatives to [...]

Broad Street proposes hotel, new retail spaces: Williamsburg Shopping Center renovation hinges on Oct. 12 vote

Broad Street proposes hotel, new retail spaces: Williamsburg Shopping Center renovation hinges on Oct. 12 vote

Posted On: October 02, 2017

The future of the Williamsburg Shopping Center is in the hands of the City of Williamsburg’s City Council, [...]

City Council to vote on luxury student housing

City Council to vote on luxury student housing

Posted On: October 02, 2017

The Williamsburg City Council will vote on redevelopment plans for the Williamsburg Shopping Center, also known as Midtown [...]

Out of the blue: Over two-year period, police responded to 49 “blue light” activations where no one was at phone or in area

Out of the blue: Over two-year period, police responded to 49 “blue light” activations where no one was at phone or in area

Posted On: October 02, 2017

The 90 “blue lights” scattered across the College of William and Mary’s campus are ubiquitous reminders of university [...]

Title IX investigation focuses on student complaint: Department of Education opens second case in less than four years

Title IX investigation focuses on student complaint: Department of Education opens second case in less than four years

Posted On: October 02, 2017

In May 2014, the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights released a list of 55 postsecondary [...]

Managing a love for dining: Ray Heffernan discusses the food service journey that led him to Marketplace

Managing a love for dining: Ray Heffernan discusses the food service journey that led him to Marketplace

Posted On: October 02, 2017

Not much could convince Ray Heffernan, a New Yorker, to leave his hometown. However, an unexpected job opportunity [...]