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College efforts to be environmentally friendly fall flat as long as investments in fossil...

Compostable utensils and reusable water bottle filling stations make for pretty optics, but camouflage institutional responsibility.  We have been desensitized by the vocabulary of climate...

Scoring on Center Stage: The College of William and Mary’s theatre department kicks off...

Oct. 6 to 9, the College of William & Mary theater production of The Wolves by Sarah DeLappe graced the stage of the Kimball...

Looking for fun autumnal activities to do this Halloween? Think pumpkins, corn mazes, hot...

Halloween is approaching, and I think it’s time for me to share some of my favorite Halloween traditions I have with friends and family....

Putting health first: Jennifer Mellor educates policymakers, pushes support for health initiatives

As the College of William and Mary returns to in-person classes, Director of the Schroeder Center for Health Policy Jennifer Mellor is excited about...

College hosts second Sustain-bite lunch talk

Thursday, Oct. 21, sourcing analyst with the Procurement Services Office Dave Zoll, Associate Director of Marketing, Administration and Licensing at Auxiliary Services Eden Harris...