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Yes, it really does rain that much: Williamsburg confirmed as rainiest Virginia college town

 Despite the picturesque buildings and charming colonial location, students at the College of William and Mary often find themselves hesitant to leave the confines...

Women’s Tennis: College picks up first two wins of the season

William and Mary only dropped one match overall during its afternoon doubleheader on Sunday, Mar. 7. The home stand began at 11 a.m., where...

Men’s Basketball: Tribe falls in CAA quarterfinals after beating UNC-W

March 6: 73-60 W vs. UNC-Willmington What a difference a year makes. While this is undoubtedly true for every team, it proved to work in...

Educational studies minor offers experience, research

At the start of her academic career at the College of William and Mary, Alexandra Harris ’21 had no intentions of pursuing a teaching...

The Word on Reparations Part 3: Privilege

Privilege. I am a white, Protestant, able-bodied male. I have the emotional and financial support of both my parents and I’ve never really had...