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Amid uncertainty, students should seek patience

Patience? Me? Anyone who had spent even a brief amount of time in my company before the COVID-19 pandemic would have told you that...

Lasting legacies: Revisiting college athletics during quarantine; Lessons of the Tribe’s storied, little-known athletic...

The future of College sports is uncertain this year with the postponement of William and Mary’s 2020 fall season, so it seems fitting to...

Success in online classes requires discipline, positivity, active participation

Imposter syndrome runs rampant on any college campus, and the College of William and Mary is no different. Students, especially new students, have high...

Welcome aboard, class of 2024: Amid global pandemic, College greets 1,761 new students

As morning breaks Wednesday, Aug. 12, 1,761 new students will arrive on campus to constitute the College of William and Mary’s class of 2024....

College history shapes student action, demands for change

After 60 years as a Williamsburg native, Shelia Ward still remembers the feeling of abject fear when at the age of five, her parents...