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Youngkin victory could affect the College

Under the Virginia State Constitution and the College of William and Mary’s status as a public university, the members of the Board of Visitors...

Class of 2020 finally receives commencement ceremony

Sunday, Oct. 10, the College of William and Mary hosted two in-person commencement ceremonies for the Class of 2020, whose commencement ceremonies were virtual...

Fraternity and Sorority Life reform efforts under scrutiny as Kappa Sigma responds to allegations...

Saturday, Oct. 2, members of the College of William and Mary’s chapter of the Kappa Sigma fraternity allegedly used racial slurs, including the N-word,...

College curriculum is nonintuitive, needs re-evaluation and improvement

A theoretically possible conversation between two William and Mary students: “Hey man, have you taken a class to fulfill your CSI domain yet?” “The COLL 200...

College efforts to be environmentally friendly fall flat as long as investments in fossil...

Compostable utensils and reusable water bottle filling stations make for pretty optics, but camouflage institutional responsibility.  We have been desensitized by the vocabulary of climate...