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College needs to add more on-campus COLL 300 options

Recently, I’ve noticed that several of my friends are struggling to fulfill their COLL 300 requirements. During the chaos and competition of registration, they...

“Syndi-Sins” scintillates: Syndicate awes audience with showcase centered around seven deadly sins

Thursday, Nov. 14, at 7 p.m., the Syndicate Hip Hop Dance Team at the College of William and Mary had its fall showcase entitled...

Cross country: College dominates at Southeast Regional Championships

Friday afternoon at the National Collegiate Athletic Association Southeast Region Championships, both William and Mary men’s and women’s teams improved upon pre-meet rankings to...

Special Collections finds records of first person of color at the College

Recently, while examining old records and archives of early international students at the College of William and Mary, Mosaic Fellow Shayna Gutcho discovered a...

Professor Francis Tanglao Aguas celebrates APIA as a “life project”

For professor Francis Tanglao Aguas, the journey to becoming the head of the Asian and Pacific Islander American studies department was not always clear. Having lived in very diverse locations throughout...