Archive for Tag Archives: ' ethics'

Winning Ethics: Grad students come in first

Winning Ethics: Grad students come in first

Posted On: April 11, 2016

Counselor education Ph.D. students Keosha Branch, Brian Kooyman, Clayton Martin and Becky Sheffield were sitting in one of [...]

The disastrous housing waitlist system

The disastrous housing waitlist system

Posted On: April 04, 2016

You’ve just gotten into the college of your dreams, the famous College of William and Mary. You’ve been [...]

The College’s unethical decision to switch to Sodexo Dining

The College’s unethical decision to switch to Sodexo Dining

Posted On: September 08, 2014

Without deliberation and with no input from students, the administration has dictated that every student must purchase a [...]

First Stem Cell Transplant Conducted at UVA

First Stem Cell Transplant Conducted at UVA

Posted On: March 29, 2012

Researchers at the University of Virginia recently conducted the first two stem cell transplants ever performed in Virginia [...]

Fear factor spurs ethics battle in science

Fear factor spurs ethics battle in science

Posted On: February 13, 2012

While the College of William and Mary may be known for its focus on the humanities, the College [...]

The meat of the debate

The meat of the debate

Posted On: January 30, 2012

Should we eat meat? A seemingly simple question and yet an issue of ethics that has been plaguing [...]

Dress for success

Posted On: January 25, 2010

Tired of your usual sweater and jeans for class? Don’t be afraid to break out a casual dress [...]

Close-toed shoes for cold occasions

Posted On: November 16, 2009

As the temperatures drop, our little toesies need protection from the cold during the long walks from Blair [...]

Wellie or not

Posted On: October 01, 2009

Does it have to be raining to wear your Wellies? Some may say yes and some may say [...]

Plain white tees

Posted On: September 25, 2009

Is there any outfit that can beat a nice-fitting pair of jeans and a plain white t-shirt? The [...]