Archive for Tag Archives: ' History'

Colonial Calendar: What to do when you don’t want to study

Colonial Calendar: What to do when you don’t want to study

Posted On: May 01, 2015

LISTEN  The weekend before finals is the time when the College of William and Mary’s music ensembles hold [...]

The College Company’s reenactments revolutionize the teaching of history

The College Company’s reenactments revolutionize the teaching of history

Posted On: April 20, 2015

The year was 1777. The colonists who would one day form the United States of America were in [...]

Taken with TJ

Taken with TJ

Posted On: February 23, 2015

By refusing to acknowledge the totality of Jefferson’s character while still using Jefferson as a figure central to [...]

Colonial Williamsburg announces $600 million dollar fundraising campaign

Colonial Williamsburg announces $600 million dollar fundraising campaign

Posted On: December 29, 2014

"Down the road the College would hopefully reap the benefit of an even larger pool of highly qualified [...]

The evolution of Thanksgiving

The evolution of Thanksgiving

Posted On: November 20, 2014

In just a few days, you will be chowing down some delicious pumpkin pie and cranberry sauce. But [...]

Historical day trippers

Historical day trippers

Posted On: October 20, 2014

Together, professor James Whittenburg and his students spend their Saturdays visiting historical sites such as Monticello, Yorktown Victory [...]

USA Today ranks College fifth best school for history majors

USA Today ranks College fifth best school for history majors

Posted On: October 16, 2014

The College of William and Mary’s history program was ranked the fifth best in the nation for undergraduates [...]

Recognizing forgotten lives at the College

Recognizing forgotten lives at the College

Posted On: October 07, 2014

The Lemon Project and a new history class seek to memorialize one of its most persecuted and unknown [...]

The College’s history of racial integration

The College’s history of racial integration

Posted On: September 29, 2014

Two Supreme Court cases finally began the conversation about the admission — but not the integration — of [...]

Posted On: September 22, 2014

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