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Adam’s Apple: getting over breakups

Adam Jutt '25 is a math and economics major from Cincinnati, Ohio who writes articles sometimes. Contact him at adjutt@wm.edu. The views expressed in the...

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...

Tribe’s CAA streak comes to end, loses to Campbell 57-46

Sunday, Feb. 18, William and Mary women’s basketball (12-11, 8-4 CAA) lost its three-game Coastal Athletic Association win streak, falling to Campbell (13-11, 6-7...
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.
College President Katherine Rowe, College Rector Charles E. Poston J.D. '74, P '02, '06 and Secretary of the Board of Visitors Ardine Williams. JULIANA GOMEIN / THE FLAT HAT

Prof. Armstrong says College will be promoted to ‘Very high research’ in BOV meeting,...

Wednesday, Feb. 9 to Friday, Feb. 11, the board of visitors of the College of William and Mary met in the Blow Memorial Hall and the Alan B. Miller Hall to discuss matters pertaining to the administration of the College ahead of Charter Day. While apart from increasing funding for the Muscarelle Museum of Art at the Martha Wren Briggs Center for the Visual Arts, heard reports from board liaisons and discussing other matters of the College, the board did not make many drastic decisions this session, but College Rector Charles E. Poston J.D. ’74, P ’02, ’06 remarked that the board took preparations for a busier April session.