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Tiananmen Square activist describes need for global democracy

Monday, Oct. 7, Dr. Wang Dan, a Tiananmen dissident, spoke about his role in the 1989 pro-democracy demonstrations that resulted in the Tiananmen Square...

Learning Lao, Cultivating Change: Suzie Bae ’20 pursues passions in international relations, student-run Conduct...

Through summer internships in Southeast Asia and several extracurricular involvements on campus, Suzie Bae ’20 has spent three years at the College of William...

“Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” was lost in adaptation…

Warning: This post contains spoilers!  With my family preoccupied and my hometown friends busy with school already, on a cloudy afternoon a couple of weeks...

Football: Dukes rule over Tribe

William and Mary (2-5, 0-3 CAA) found itself in the midst of a brutally unforgiving stretch of games over the past three weeks. After...

Guest speakers Eskridge, Wilson explore impacts of anti-LGBTQ+ discrimination

Friday, Oct. 18, the College of William and Mary’s Marshall-Wythe School of Law Studies hosted a talk featuring Yale University law professor William Eskridge...