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Genderqueer and trans activist Jacob Tobia talks to campus about inclusivity

Genderqueer and trans activist Jacob Tobia talks to campus about inclusivity

Posted On: October 24, 2016

The Commonwealth Auditorium erupted into snaps and exclamations of agreement this past Wednesday as Jacob Tobia strode around [...]

From Colombia to the Caf: Sodexo welcomes visiting chef Wilson Sierra

From Colombia to the Caf: Sodexo welcomes visiting chef Wilson Sierra

Posted On: October 24, 2016

Over fall break, William and Mary Dining Services welcomed chefs from all across the world as a part [...]

AMP Presents a Night to Die For

AMP Presents a Night to Die For

Posted On: October 03, 2016

Laughter is not a word usually associated with murder, but with AMP it can be. A larger than [...]

Delta Omicron Kicks off First Annual Fall Fest

Delta Omicron Kicks off First Annual Fall Fest

Posted On: October 03, 2016

A cheer erupts as The Gentlemen of the College launch into an arrangement of Panic! At The Disco’s [...]

Goat Unveils the Horrors of Hazing

Goat Unveils the Horrors of Hazing

Posted On: September 26, 2016

Hundreds of students and administrators packed into Commonwealth Auditorium Tuesday night for an advanced screening of the critically-acclaimed “Goat,” a [...]

Linda Greenhouse: Journalism and Justice

Linda Greenhouse: Journalism and Justice

Posted On: September 26, 2016

On a rainy Thursday afternoon, students, staff and community members filed into the auditorium of St. George Tucker Hall to [...]

The Laramie Project Delivers a Poignant, Palpable Reminder

The Laramie Project Delivers a Poignant, Palpable Reminder

Posted On: September 20, 2016

On the evening of Oct. 6, 1998, 21-year-old Matthew Shephard was found beaten, tortured and bound to a [...]

Eid al-Ahda Banquet brings entertainment and religion together

Eid al-Ahda Banquet brings entertainment and religion together

Posted On: September 20, 2016

On Friday night, a fusion of food, dance and religious harmony took over the Sadler Center to celebrate [...]

A new translation of Homer: “The Odyssey” gets an update with folk music

A new translation of Homer: “The Odyssey” gets an update with folk music

Posted On: September 12, 2016

Students and faculty at the College of William and Mary journeyed 3,000 years back to a time when [...]

Parachute Brings The Nostalgia For  Welcome Back Concert

Parachute Brings The Nostalgia For Welcome Back Concert

Posted On: August 29, 2016

Will Anderson, the lead singer of Parachute, knew just how to relate to a crowd full of William [...]