Archive for Guest columns

Our duty to care: Tackling law school’s mental health

Our duty to care: Tackling law school’s mental health

Posted On: November 13, 2017

On my first day in William and Mary law school, Dean Davison Douglas addressed the 238 members of [...]

Defending against generalizations: A response to Aditya Mohan

Defending against generalizations: A response to Aditya Mohan

Posted On: November 13, 2017

You would have thought it was a tasteless joke, reading an opinion piece by a College of William [...]

A place to fail: Saying goodbye to Adventure Games and the Activity Program

A place to fail: Saying goodbye to Adventure Games and the Activity Program

Posted On: November 13, 2017

The fall of my sophomore year, I signed up for Adventure Games with my freshman roommate as a [...]

Fraternity spray paint protests justified in their accusations

Fraternity spray paint protests justified in their accusations

Posted On: November 06, 2017

The spray painting of “rapist” and “rape” on the fraternity houses was a much-needed action against terrible and [...]

How can someone protest campus injustice online? Just keep eating

How can someone protest campus injustice online? Just keep eating

Posted On: November 06, 2017

Sept. 27, I departed a club meeting early with the goal of attending the now-infamous AMP-sponsored talk that [...]

Holding out a helping hand for the homeless

Holding out a helping hand for the homeless

Posted On: November 06, 2017

The cold typically has me thinking of the Sunken Garden blanketed in snow or the continuance of our [...]

Letter to President Revely: Preserve Title IX protections

Letter to President Revely: Preserve Title IX protections

Posted On: November 06, 2017

Dear President Reveley, As alumni and current students of the College of William and Mary, we write to [...]

Thinking theologically about political polarization

Thinking theologically about political polarization

Posted On: October 30, 2017

Are we accelerating toward a precipice?  The polarization of our national politics is increasingly visible at the College [...]

A case to reelect Mike Mullin

A case to reelect Mike Mullin

Posted On: October 23, 2017

Mike Mullin, your current delegate in Richmond, is campaigning for re-election and needs your support. He is an [...]

Tribe cannot ignore hateful messages

Tribe cannot ignore hateful messages

Posted On: October 09, 2017

Flyers displaying some commonly held political beliefs propagated by the Trump administration were posted in Morton Hall Monday, [...]