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Redefining girl math: Shivi Royal ’27 publishes biography of female mathematicians, empowers women in...

For months, the idea of “girl math” has dominated pop culture. From TikTok influencers’ shopping hauls to casual conversations amongst friends, the term has...

Low commitment, “casual” relationships — only way to date in college?

Lana Altunashvili ’27 is a prospective biology major. She is a James Monroe Scholar and a member of Club Tennis. Contact her at laltunashvili@wm.edu. The...

Valentine’s Day… at your own tempo: AMP puts on event with music, food in...

Friday, Feb. 17, a Valentine’s Day-themed Homebrew event took over Lodge One in Sadler from 6-8 p.m. Homebrew, a committee within Alma Mater Productions,...
SA Attorney General Owen Williams '23, M.P.P. '25 at the Feb. 6 Senate meeting. PEERAWUT RUANGSAWASDI / THE FLAT HAT

SA Senate passes two bills, discusses constitution, Funding Spring Concert fails

Tuesday, Feb. 6 and Tuesday, Feb. 13, the Senate of the College of William and Mary Student Assembly met in the James room in the Sadler Center and passed two bills, The In Support of the New Beer Policy & In Thanks of the Athletics Department and Aramark Resolution and The Food for All Act. The Senate also discussed changes to the Student Assembly Constitution and The Funding Spring Concert Act, which failed.
The panelists discussed a wide variety of issues surrounding the rise of China and its role. RYAN GOODMAN / THE FLAT HAT

GRI hosts ‘Rise of China’ talk with The Diplomat editor, Columbia professor, International Crisis...

Thursday, Feb. 15, the Global Research Institute hosted a keynote discussion titled “How Should the United States Respond to China's Rise?” in the Alan B. Miller Hall. The speakers, James T. Shotwell Professor of International Relations Thomas J. Christensen at Columbia University, International Crisis Group Senior Researcher Ali Wyne and Editor-in-Chief of The Diplomat Shannon Tiezzi ’09, discussed China’s emergence and the United States’ response to the phenomenon.