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Amid confirmation battle, Ginsburg’s legacy promotes perseverance

A mere 66 years ago, when Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg graduated from Cornell University, women attending college were not only uncommon, but stigmatized. Ginsburg...

SA passes Referendum Reform Act, clearing path to potential ballot measures

At the Oct. 13 meeting of the College of William and Mary's Student Assembly, senators  passed two bills and received an election commission update...

Councilman Rogers addresses racial reconciliation in Williamsburg

The Public Discourse Initiative at the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William & Mary hosted City Councilman Caleb Rogers ’20 Sept....

Judge Amy Coney Barrett fails to respect Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s political legacy

I first heard the news of the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg outside Yates Hall, where I was finishing up some homework with...

TikTok on the Clock: Students navigate TikTok notoriety, explore platform’s content personalization algorithms

TikTok is the app many have credited with curing pandemic boredom. Not only does the platform present users with hours of free entertainment, but...