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Green & Gold Thumbs: Just Mossing Around

When a friend invited me to AMP’s Make Your Own Moss Garden event, I was pumped. A chance to make a tiny garden? For...

Ta-Nehisi Coates delivers keynote speech at 10th Biennial Conference for ASWAD

Friday, Nov. 8, under bright stage lights and the echo of distant beating drums, author Ta-Nehisi Coates sat down in a plush armchair surrounded...

Speaker talks erasure of Indigenous history

Wednesday, Nov. 6, activist Bobby Gonzalez visited the College of William and Mary to discuss the intersectionality of indigenous peoples and Latin-American heritage. Gonzalez’s lecture focused on exploring the history...

Football: Tribe tramples Rams, 55-19

While last weekend’s quintuple-overtime victory over Elon could have been described as a nail-biter for William and Mary (4-6, 2-4 CAA), the triumph Saturday,...

Emphasizing grassroots politics: Professor John McGlennon’s career educating and campaigning

In 1974, in the dawn of his career, professor John McGlennon came to the College of William and Mary for a one-year teaching position...