Agents of the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control seized more than 200 gallons of illegal liquor as well as two active stills from a home in Roanoke County, The Roanoke Times reported. The seizure was the result of an 18-month investigation which ended when agents found a man making illegal whiskey in a shed behind the home. The agents also seized $11,000 in cash, four guns and a massive number of mason jars. Manufacturing illegal whiskey is a Class 6 felony in Virginia.
Tuesday, Feb. 27, the Senate of Student Assembly of the College of William and Mary met and discussed multiple bills and approved a new secretary of Data and Analytics. This meeting was the last chance for senators to propose new legislation that would be approved before Spring break, with only six meetings left in the 331st session.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EzZUwijr8g4 So you’ve been admitted to William and Mary, congratulations! For many incoming students, the transition to college can be stressful, but William and...
The residents of Barrett Hall may know Tyler Cattini ’25 as their fun residential assistant. Salsa Club members may know him as their former president. Cattini describes himself as a “go-getter” and someone who does not shy away from new experiences, which is clear from his involvements here at the College of William and Mary. He is a public policy major and also interns at College President Katherine Rowe’s Office.
Wednesday, Feb. 28, Chief of the College of William and Mary Police Department Don Butler sent out a campus-wide email stating the College of William and Mary Police Department recovered an unattended pistol in a bathroom of the Daily Grind after a student reported the weapon to the department.