Archive for Around the ‘Burg

Community members gather, hear forum on Trump, Supreme Court

Community members gather, hear forum on Trump, Supreme Court

Posted On: September 18, 2017

Students, faculty and community members gathered to hear a forum on the U.S. Supreme Court under U.S. President [...]

Williamsburg changes stance on rentals

Williamsburg changes stance on rentals

Posted On: September 18, 2017

With the recent advent of tools such as Uber and cheap ticket-finding websites, technology is making it easier [...]

Diesel spill cleared, cost unknown

Diesel spill cleared, cost unknown

Posted On: September 11, 2017

When a  fueling system malfunction occurred Tuesday, Sept. 5, a diesel spill was reported behind the Earl Gregg Swem [...]

College unveils anniversary mural in Swem

College unveils anniversary mural in Swem

Posted On: September 11, 2017

Students, faculty and community members are invited to attend four new art installations at the Muscarelle Museum of [...]

The Daily Grind to undergo management change in 2018

The Daily Grind to undergo management change in 2018

Posted On: September 11, 2017

Eighteen years ago, a new round of renovations on Earl Gregg Swem Library was just beginning, the College [...]

Dreamers rally for DACA: Following Trump’s announcement, community stands together

Dreamers rally for DACA: Following Trump’s announcement, community stands together

Posted On: September 11, 2017

Following U.S. President Donald Trump’s Sept. 5 decision to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, [...]

Previously unknown Cezanne painting discovered, displayed at Muscarelle

Previously unknown Cezanne painting discovered, displayed at Muscarelle

Posted On: September 04, 2017

In 2013, an unattributed Paul Cezanne work stood for auction in Vienna, Austria. The painting is a copy [...]

Tribe Square empty after The Crust’s Aug. 9 eviction

Tribe Square empty after The Crust’s Aug. 9 eviction

Posted On: August 23, 2017

Four restaurants have attempted success in Tribe Square since its opening in 2011, and with The Crust’s eviction [...]

Acadian Diaspora lecture reveals diverse history

Acadian Diaspora lecture reveals diverse history

Posted On: March 21, 2017

Thursday, March 16, students and professors gathered in Washington Hall to listen to Barry Ancelet’s lecture on the [...]

Virginia gerrymandering case sent to lower court

Virginia gerrymandering case sent to lower court

Posted On: March 13, 2017

March 1, the U.S. Supreme Court referred a case back to a lower court to reconsider whether voting [...]