Feb. 1, 2015

Archive for Opinions

Promoting a political campus

Promoting a political campus

Posted On: January 29, 2015

Maybe 2015 isn’t the biggest year for politics. Okay, so it definitely isn’t. Despite its lack of major [...]

Voice for Virginia

Voice for Virginia

Posted On: January 29, 2015

Members of the General Assembly and the state of Virginia should not discount the power of the College’s [...]

President Obama: Reaching across the aisle or playing defense?

President Obama: Reaching across the aisle or playing defense?

Posted On: January 29, 2015

The president’s sixth State of the Union Address was a decidedly bold speech. If it was all you [...]

Face to face

Face to face

Posted On: January 26, 2015

Last Wednesday, the William and Mary Scholars Undergraduate Research Experience held a seminar on confronting racism. The program [...]

Building a better college

Building a better college

Posted On: January 26, 2015

The Construction Master Plan would greatly solidify the campus’ neo-Georgian aesthetic palate while improving educational and social facilities. [...]

94 percent white, picking 100 percent of the nominees

94 percent white, picking 100 percent of the nominees

Posted On: January 26, 2015

According to the 2010 census, approximately 12.6 percent of the United States population identifies as African-American. 15 out [...]

Complexity in controversy

Complexity in controversy

Posted On: January 22, 2015

College of William and Mary President Taylor Reveley sent a school-wide email Dec.12 addressing the major events of [...]

Does freedom of expression give you freedom to offend?

Does freedom of expression give you freedom to offend?

Posted On: January 22, 2015

I refuse to see “The Interview.” The part of me that fantasizes over my wedding with James Franco [...]

Our choice

Our choice

Posted On: January 22, 2015

The real question, then, is what do students want more: Would they prefer a Charter Day concert with [...]

Entering the real world

Entering the real world

Posted On: December 03, 2014

When my parents said that I had to graduate early, I wanted to cry. College is advertised as [...]