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Shine on, “Doctor Sleep!”

Light spoilers ahead.  I was surprised to hear that a film as universally revered as “The Shining” (1980) would get its second chapter nearly 40 years after the movie’s...

Men’s basketball: Late comeback bid falls short against Towson

Despite a second-half push that cut an 11-point deficit to just two, William and Mary dropped a matchup with Towson in front of a...

March for Life showcases diversity, exhibits optimism of anti-abortion movement

Jan. 22, 1973, following years of legal efforts and local legislative victories, abortion supporters heralded Roe v. Wade’s decision to grant a constitutionally and...

Lack of listening on campus hampers relationships, inhibits personal growth

Stop, look and listen, baby. By the time Elvis Presley bellowed this lyric on his forgettable track “Rubberneckin’” in 1970, his transformation from America’s...

Housing changes for 2020-2021 announced

As students began classes for the spring semester at the College of William and Mary, one topic permeated discourse on campus: housing selection. Regarding the...