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You are not “dark academia,” you are a real human girl

Elizabeth Brady ’25 is a Public Policy major and an English minor. She loves art, music, movies, and is a member of Alpha Chi...

Presenting “Syndi Scammers”: Syndicate steals the show at annual fall showcase

Saturday, Nov. 12, the College of William and Mary’s Syndicate Hip Hop Dance Team held its fall showcase, “Syndi Scammers,” in Sadler Center’s Commonwealth...

Waging peace with food: Farmer, professor Sasikumar Balasundaram uses food to inspire hope, promote...

Professor Sasikumar Balasundaram thinks the Williamsburg Farmers Market is the happiest place on earth. For three hours every Saturday, you can find him gleefully...

Reel Talk: “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” a sequel to remember

With the previous triumph and critical acclaim of “Black Panther” (2018), Marvel’s sequel "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" (2022) had many expectations from fans and...

Showcasing beauty through culture: Student Assembly puts on first ever Cultural Pageant

Sunday, Nov. 13, The College of William and Mary’s Student Assembly hosted the College’s first cultural pageant, putting a spin on the traditional beauty...