Sep. 3, 2014

Archive for Tag Archives: ' Computer Science'

Computer science majors face Banner lockout

Computer science majors face Banner lockout

Posted On: November 11, 2013

During last week’s class registration, a shortage of seats left many Computer Science majors and minors shut out [...]

Computer Science team codes its way to worlds in Poland

Computer Science team codes its way to worlds in Poland

Posted On: January 27, 2012

Computer language may be Greek to some students at the College of William and Mary, but the campus [...]

The Virginia Monologues: We’ve Done It

Posted On: November 28, 2011

We have done it. Tmarks the 4 month anniversary of the Virginia Monologues (which may or may not have [...]

Spotlight on Service: George Srour

Posted On: November 28, 2011

George Srour brings hope for any senior or junior without a job, but with an idea. George came [...]

The Virginia Monologue: Changes

Posted On: November 03, 2011

Before I got to the United States I was determined to get an American accent, and this was [...]

On Religion: Interview With Father John Ramsey

Posted On: November 03, 2011

Interview with Father John David Ramsey Is it important for the Bible to be historically accurate? The Catholic perspective on [...]

On Religion: Jewish Women in Comics

Posted On: October 24, 2011

Imagine you are a woman. A Jewish woman. Who writes or otherwise likes comics. You probably think you’re [...]

Around Town: Lady At The Research Desk

Posted On: October 17, 2011

Jennifer Cummings is entering her third week as a College of William and Mary employee. She works [...]

The Virginia Monologues: Things I used to find weird about the U.S. of A

Posted On: October 13, 2011

…that now seem perfectly normal and fine. - “I’m obsessed with you.” If someone (most likely a relative stranger) [...]

The Virginia Monologues: Things I used to find weird about the U.S. of A

Posted On: October 13, 2011

…that now seem perfectly normal and fine. - “I’m obsessed with you.” If someone (most likely a relative stranger) [...]