Archive for Campus Events

Biking panel sheds light on problems for women cyclists

Biking panel sheds light on problems for women cyclists

Posted On: February 12, 2015

This past week the College of William and Mary’s Bicycle Initiative hosted a screening of the documentary “Half [...]

An exclusive interview with Andy Grammer

An exclusive interview with Andy Grammer

Posted On: February 09, 2015

Grammer defies the trope of the moody musician; his persona is much closer to that of a happy-go-lucky [...]

Party like it’s 1693: Ludacris, for a brief moment, made us a party school

Party like it’s 1693: Ludacris, for a brief moment, made us a party school

Posted On: February 09, 2015

It was Saturday night, around 10:30 p.m. Maybe it was the wine, but the weather was imperceptible — [...]

Matilda of Canossa, Italian pioneer, arrives at the Muscarelle

Matilda of Canossa, Italian pioneer, arrives at the Muscarelle

Posted On: February 09, 2015

As the College of William and Mary celebrated its 322nd Charter Day, the Muscarelle Museum of Art commemorated [...]

A ‘Turn’ of events brings history to Colonial Williamsburg

A ‘Turn’ of events brings history to Colonial Williamsburg

Posted On: February 05, 2015

The show runners and actors of AMC’s “Turn: Washington’s Spies” returned Tuesday to discuss the program with faculty [...]

Virginia’s hip hop history arrives at Swem

Virginia’s hip hop history arrives at Swem

Posted On: February 02, 2015

Swem will launch the exhibit, Re-Mixing the Old Dominion: 35 Years of Hip Hop Culture and History, with [...]

Welcome, Cosi: Remembering the Lodge 1 of days past

Welcome, Cosi: Remembering the Lodge 1 of days past

Posted On: January 29, 2015

A noted geographer once said that “the human occupancy of a place carries within itself the seeds of [...]

A dissonant maritime production

A dissonant maritime production

Posted On: January 26, 2015

It’s said that there is no honor amongst thieves, yet it would seem that mercy, nobility and exuberant [...]

A touch of the East at the Muscarelle

A touch of the East at the Muscarelle

Posted On: December 01, 2014

In a town that can feel stuck in the past and in a museum with a predilection to [...]

‘From Fights To Rights’ opens at Swem Special Collections

‘From Fights To Rights’ opens at Swem Special Collections

Posted On: November 20, 2014

From 1864 to 1865, in a city on the southern outskirts of Richmond, Va., a 10-month siege by [...]