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Class of ’24 finally experiences convocation despite consistent weather postponements

It was almost time for me to leave the building. “Hey everyone, let’s take photos before we head out.” I heard someone say. I...

I have an eating disorder, and the new Marketplace is triggering

CW: Eating disorders Normal dining halls terrify me. The freedom of choice is overwhelming. Once, during my freshman year, I wandered through the labyrinth of...

Pioneering Esports: Marissa Chai Hibbert ’22 receives Gen.G Foundation Scholarship for esports work

Marissa Chai Hibbert ’22 has been playing video games since she was five years old. This summer, all of her time and effort paid...

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...

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,...