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James Monroe’s Highland, the former plantation where the country’s fifth president lived and enslaved as many as 250 individuals, has become the center of...

Councilman Rogers addresses racial reconciliation in Williamsburg

The Public Discourse Initiative at the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William & Mary hosted City Councilman Caleb Rogers ’20 Sept....

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Dining Services at the College of William and Mary has had to implement several changes, including new food offerings,...

From laboratories to letters: Biology professor Kurt Williamson leads virology studies, encourages COVID-19 safety

From unapologetic geekiness, to dry humor and the hand-painted mural on the walls of his lab, biology professor Kurt Williamson draws students to his...

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