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Class of ’24 finally experiences convocation despite consistent weather postponements

It was almost time for me to leave the building. “Hey everyone, let’s take photos before we head out.” I heard someone say. I...

Do student athletes come from more privileged backgrounds?: Athletes have higher hometown median household...

The college admissions process has come under increased scrutiny in recent years, particularly at elite universities where parents are ready to pay millions to...

College should bring back swim test, provide instruction to students who require it

Content warning: this article addresses issues originating from racism As a campus lifeguard, one of my job responsibilities is to administer Campus Recreation’s swim test...

I have an eating disorder, and the new Marketplace is triggering

CW: Eating disorders Normal dining halls terrify me. The freedom of choice is overwhelming. Once, during my freshman year, I wandered through the labyrinth of...

City Council approves three-year moratorium on four-person dwellings application

Thursday, Aug. 12, Williamsburg City Council unanimously voted (5-0) in favor of a three-year moratorium on the city code that allows single-family unattached dwellings...