Archive for Tag Archives: ' housing'

No cause for alarm: Students had to evacuate OTP four times in 24 hours for fire alarms

No cause for alarm: Students had to evacuate OTP four times in 24 hours for fire alarms

Posted On: October 25, 2016

The fire alarm at One Tribe Place went off four times Oct. 16, three of which the Williamsburg [...]

It takes a village: the good and bad of GGV

It takes a village: the good and bad of GGV

Posted On: October 03, 2016

Which is the best freshman dorm? Is it Yates with its prized air conditioning? Or Monroe with its prime location on campus? Everyone has their own [...]

After College announces purchase of Days Inn, EDA expresses discontent

After College announces purchase of Days Inn, EDA expresses discontent

Posted On: September 20, 2016

The abrupt purchase of the Williamsburg Days Inn peeved certain City of Williamsburg government officials, with some complaining [...]

Student Assembly launches student housing website

Student Assembly launches student housing website

Posted On: September 19, 2016

Student Assembly President Eboni Brown ’17 announced in a campus-wide email that students could now review and rate [...]

College’s Real Estate Foundation purchases Days Inn hotel for student housing

College’s Real Estate Foundation purchases Days Inn hotel for student housing

Posted On: September 06, 2016

In preparation for planned renovations to Landrum Hall and in anticipation of long-term need for expanded undergraduate housing [...]

Candidates, shaped by diverse backgrounds, offer different visions for Williamsburg

Candidates, shaped by diverse backgrounds, offer different visions for Williamsburg

Posted On: May 02, 2016

The five candidates running for City Council May 3 claim diverse backgrounds, professional experience and expertise. While the [...]

Debate over housing continues

Debate over housing continues

Posted On: April 26, 2016

Some of the primary issues in the City of Williamsburg’s City Council Elections, which will be held May [...]

Politics, not internal opposition, led to 10 year delay on gender neutral housing

Politics, not internal opposition, led to 10 year delay on gender neutral housing

Posted On: April 26, 2016

The gender neutral housing that students have fought to bring on campus for a decade will arrive this [...]

Common issues link City Council candidates’ platforms

Common issues link City Council candidates’ platforms

Posted On: April 19, 2016

With only two weeks until the May 3 Williamsburg City Council Elections, the five candidates are in full [...]

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 [...]