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From Script to Stage: South Asian Student Association’s Expressions showcase features celebration of dance,...

As the lights dimmed in Commonwealth Auditorium Saturday, Nov. 2, students settled in for an evening of dance, poetry, and music as the South...

Anti-abortion activist voices perceptions of movement

Oct. 28, the College of William and Mary’s Tribe for Life organization hosted the event, “Restoring Life in America,” featuring prominent anti-abortion political activist...

Bauhaus expert discusses minorities in art

Professor Elizabeth Otto, visited the College of William and Mary on to present a lecture titled “Designing Women of the Bauhaus” as a part...

Fellowship of the Symphony: William and Mary Symphony Orchestra performs “A Trip to the...

Seated in Commonwealth Auditorium with the lights dimmed, eyes forward and attentive, the audience fell silent. The sophistication of the College of William and...

Speaker talks culture, disaster in Japan

Thursday, Oct. 31, Japanese studies majors, professors and students gathered in James Blair Hall to listen to University of Hawaii professor Mire Koikari’s lecture,...