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Confusion Corner: The Key to Exceeding Your Expectations Is to Lower Them

Confusion Corner: The Key to Exceeding Your Expectations Is to Lower Them

Posted On: September 05, 2016

I’m a bit late hopping on the cliched address-to-incoming-freshmen train, but I will be the first to confess [...]

Class registration: College’s necessary evil

Class registration: College’s necessary evil

Posted On: April 18, 2016

One of the most memorable moments of my time at the College of William and Mary was registration for spring classes [...]

Anti-Choice, Pro-Abortion: Our Rhetoric Defines Us

Anti-Choice, Pro-Abortion: Our Rhetoric Defines Us

Posted On: April 15, 2016

Recent letters to the editor have made it clear that The Flat Hat has not done its part [...]

The importance of teaching online privacy at the college

The importance of teaching online privacy at the college

Posted On: April 04, 2016

Almost everyone has experienced it — the unsettling advertisement, that thing that you Googled to buy for your [...]

Why we need STEM

Why we need STEM

Posted On: March 28, 2016

The core of a liberal arts education lies in its insistence that students reach out across disciplines in pursuit of [...]

A solar-paneled step toward sustainability

A solar-paneled step toward sustainability

Posted On: March 28, 2016

College students have a reputation for being both vocal and impassioned about social issues, yet one of the [...]

Why a traditional grading system is a necessary aspect of college

Why a traditional grading system is a necessary aspect of college

Posted On: March 21, 2016

For some students from universities like Duke University, John Hopkins University and many others, the Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (SA/UN) Grading System is now available. This grading system allows students who fit in [...]

Latest, not the greatest, when it comes to classroom technology

Latest, not the greatest, when it comes to classroom technology

Posted On: February 22, 2016

While many industries and fields have wholeheartedly adopted technology, education seems to be one of those areas that [...]

College Republicans search for unity

College Republicans search for unity

Posted On: February 22, 2016

Close to 20 College of William and Mary students are gathered in a classroom in Blow Memorial Hall. A minority on campus, these students have [...]

A new way to learn

A new way to learn

Posted On: February 15, 2016

Imagine college without classrooms and lectures. What if the college experience no longer came with general education requirements, professors with tenure, or majors?  Dean [...]