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Changes to quarantine, testing procedures cause confusion among students

At the start of the fall semester, the College of William and Mary was sitting at under a dozen positives on its nearly fully-vaccinated...

Murphy’s Baseball: Leaving behind a legacy of lasting friendships and drive beyond the diamond

Friday, Sept. 3, Athletic Director Brian Mann sent out an email to subscribers of the Tribe Baseball program breaking the news that Head Coach...

Echoing in the New Semester: AMP brings indie-pop band Echosmith, alternative duo Nox Holloway...

Beneath a crescent moon and twinkling stars, a normally tranquil Martha Wren Briggs Ampitheatre at Lake Matoaka hummed to life with flashing neon lights,...

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...

OAs are unpaid. It’s (well past) time to change that.

Orientation Aides provide essential labor to the College of William and Mary. We introduce students to campus, often for the first time. We train...