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“Joker” is a movie that exists.

Warning: This review contains spoilers for both “Joker” and seasons 2 and 3 of “Gotham.”  Recently, I’ve been asking myself whether DC movies are getting better, or if “Shazam” was...

Political debate in Virginia neglects substance, blindly panders to establishment

Having friends from across the political spectrum at the College of William and Mary, I have tended to absorb the anxieties that many students...

Space for reasoned debate provides insight into capacity for harmony at the College

I have spent the last two semesters working as an opinions editor at The Flat Hat. From being interviewed by a local newspaper about...

Lecture discusses historical writing and Japanese literature

Saturday, Nov. 21, the College of William and Mary welcomed professor of Japanese literature and cultural studies Christine Marran from the University of Minnesota to give a talk entitled "Biotropes: Interpreting the Non-Human...

Panel discusses potential addition to COLL 300 curriculum

A panel discussion was held Wednesday, Nov. 20 in Tyler Hall to discuss the COLL curriculum and ongoing efforts by the College of William and Mary to improve diversity and intercommunal dialogue on campus. Professors Christine Nemacheck and John Parman, both affiliated with...