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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...

Photo Series: The College of William and Mary’s Theatre Department Presents Bright Star at...

Nov. 17-20, the College of William and Mary's Theatre Department presented Bright Star, directed by Dana Margulies and musical direction by Phaedra McNorton. Bright...

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...

Small but mighty: growing organization Students for Rare raise awareness, fundraise for research of...

Thursday, Dec. 1, Students For Rare, a student organization dedicated to promoting awareness of rare diseases and raising money to aid in the research...

From a Formerly Gifted & Talented Kid, Now Burnt-Out Adult: Slow Down and Take...

Vivian Hoang ’24 is a history major and is working towards self-designing a second journalism & mass communications major. On campus, she serves as...