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It’s easy to see why the Wren Building is one of the most photographed spots on campus. #WrenCrushWednesday
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@WMNews: Venu Katta and Ben Marks captured the annual Madison Cup debates recently. https://t.co/zI12eSn3er https://t.co/wLPP9d1hRX
The force is always strong with those who wear green & gold! #MayThe4thBeWithYou
@williamandmary: #MayThe4thBeWithYou, Tribe! RT @wmsquirrel: The force is always strong with those who wear green & gold! https://t.co/he4aMJiX3K
Master Class with the Esterhazy Trio
W&M students receive some one-on-one instruction from members of Vienna's Esterhazy Trio.
@williamandmary: Benny Zhang ’16 is the 2nd student & 1st Asian-American to get elected to WMBG City Council. https://t.co/TMVjQp6Cjg https://t.co/TCRFdAJve0
@WMNews: W&M music students had the chance to work with the Esterhazy Trio in a strings master class. https://t.co/fWDWSpSPPW https://t.co/ia2LKLcFUw
@WMNews: .@benming_zhang becomes second W&M student, first Asian-American elected to Williamsburg City Council https://t.co/YsRJhOn6Pz
What We’ve Learned

The close of another academic year offers so much time for last-coffees, last-walks-around-the-Sunken-Garden, and last reflections with the students with whom I’ve had the pleasure to work this year. And because we in the community engagement world believe in the power of reflection to deepen our education, we’ve been reflecting a lot on what the […]

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William & Mary Law School students live the rule of citizen lawyering by sharing their time, knowledge and heart with the residents of a community facing serious socio-economic and environmental challenges.
Law students help plant change in Newport News
Do you have any exciting travel plans after finals/#wmgrad? Tag your photos using #TribeTravels! #wmregram c/o @allisonhjennings ・・・ Reppin' Tribe Pride on the highest mountain in North Africa #FortheBold #TribeTravels #WilliamandMary
@williamandmary: .@WMLawSchool students help plant change in the Southeast community of Newport News. https://t.co/TgjP26PQkX https://t.co/kSj2EkgOWw
@WMNews: .@WMLawSchool students help 'plant change' in Newport News https://t.co/45Md0NRGpe
@williamandmary: RT @swemlibrary: Take a break and hang out with Charlie until 1 pm today! #finalsweek https://t.co/nNxPj6cKsP
@williamandmary: RT @WMAlumni: Congrats to #WMAlumni Michael Krass '77 for @TheTonyAwards nom. for Best Costume Design of a Play for "Noises Off"! https://t.co/IrqMO2yCLv
@WMNews: RT @sdcissna: Yay @williamandmary alum Michael Krass! #tribepride #TonyAwards https://t.co/hNQ7l1L5jR
@williamandmary: Two former @WMTribeFootball players signed on with @NFL teams over the weekend. #TribePride! https://t.co/U2k0GTmCjV https://t.co/daPY9Wst8u
@WMNews: During visit to @wmlawschool, chief justice of Canada reflects on 35 years as a judge https://t.co/9ubaJeKoeH
@williamandmary: RT @wmfye: The Tribe Guide is LIVE! We are so excited to welcome our new students in August! https://t.co/nR64eEGqP7 #wm2020 #wmorientation
@williamandmary: RT @swemlibrary: Today's de-stress activity is a visit from Gordo! Come say hello between 4-6 pm in the lobby. #finalsweek https://t.co/v1emoYBVUK
@williamandmary: RT @WMNews: Video: scenes from W&M's #EarthDay2016 celebration https://t.co/pFVqvwlEUj @WM_GreenisGold
#MatoakaMonday #wmregram c/o @gorillaphotoflow ・・・ Lake Matoka #lakematoka #williamsburg #williamandmary #virginia #sunset #757collective #virginiacities
Finals start today and Swem Library is buzzing on the inside. Good luck Tribe, finish strong! http://wmblogs.wm.edu/ecfernandez/lets-get-started/
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Let’s get it started

“Let’s get it started, in here,” as said by The Black Eyed Peas, and me. And by it, I mean finals. It’s that time of the year; the end of the spring semester. With the Last Day of Classes come and gone, today marks the first reading day for finals. I write this from an […]

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@WMNews: New Green to Gold Fund finances larger W&M sustainability projects. https://t.co/gbHxCOGQ7d https://t.co/5th76hVD2u
@williamandmary: #MatoakaMonday RT @DCofficeyogi: Williamsburg Weekend. My @williamandmary crew. Lake Matoaka. https://t.co/gHllqD8EYO
@williamandmary: First day of finals, good luck everyone!
@WMNews: Video: scenes from W&M's #EarthDay2016 celebration https://t.co/pFVqvwlEUj @WM_GreenisGold
Scene@W&M: Earth Day in Sadler
Scenes from an event of the Earth Day 2016 celebration.
@WMNews: RT @TribeAthletics: Congrats to Tribe Football's Christian Reeves for receiving a rookie minicamp invite with https://t.co/YnALPH4yOL https://t.co/a5vYTkJ6v0
@williamandmary: RT @TribeAthletics: Congrats to Tribe Football's Luke Rhodes for signing with the Tampa Bay Bucs! #RisingTribe https://t.co/aLH8h5LU4Y https://t.co/qfmRpKHyun
@williamandmary: RT @TribeAthletics: Congrats to @WMTribeFootball's DeAndre Houston-Carson! Becomes Tribe's 6th #NFLDraft pick since 2009! #RisingTribe https://t.co/SvYi9419BE
@WMNews: RT @TribeAthletics: Congrats to Tribe Football's Luke Rhodes for signing with the Tampa Bay Bucs! #RisingTribe https://t.co/aLH8h5LU4Y https://t.co/qfmRpKHyun
@WMNews: RT @TribeAthletics: .@WMTribeFootball's DeAndre Houston-Carson Drafted by Chicago Bears in the Sixth Round #RisingTribe #CAAFB https://t.co/8ClOFA3N67
Of Beagles, Sweatshirts and Final College Decisions

I remember the exact moment when I made my final college decision. It was the day before the matriculation deadline, and I legitimately had little to no clue where I was going to spend the next four years of my life. In an attempt to take my mind off of things, that morning I went […]

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Rafting & Research: Frontiers in Discovery

I grew up river rafting out west. Aside from the excitement of big water, I loved the fact that when you’re on the river you depend on those around you. We’d often go on overnight trips, taking all of our gear with us. Along the way, we’d work together to cook, explore side canyons, fix […]

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@WMNews: Student works to curb cigarette-butt litter on @williamandmary campus https://t.co/OxMxap5u2j @WM_GreenisGold
@WMNews: W&M donors fund state-of-the-art press box at Zable Stadium https://t.co/jWqHSsMmGU @TribeAthletics #ForTheBold https://t.co/V2sXwMcVAP
@WMNews: RT @williamandmary: Out ringing the Wren Bell today for #wmLDOC? Tag & share pics with #wmGrad! #wm2016 https://t.co/djNsEuFYa4
@WMNews: RT @WMAuxiliaries: Congrats, Tribe! You made it! Have a great last day of classes! #wmLDOC #williamandmary https://t.co/D8ks2JcsI7
We love the sound of the Wren Bell ringing as seniors mark the end of classes with this tradition. #wmLDOC #wmgrad
Out ringing the Wren Bell today for #wmLDOC? Tag & share pics using #wmgrad to be included in the Commencement opening slideshow! #wm2016
@williamandmary: Out ringing the Wren Bell today for #wmLDOC? Tag & share pics with #wmGrad! #wm2016 https://t.co/djNsEuFYa4
@williamandmary: RT @WMAuxiliaries: Congrats, Tribe! You made it! Have a great last day of classes! #wmLDOC #williamandmary https://t.co/D8ks2JcsI7
@WMNews: W&M architecture students design for @swemlibrary expanding outdoors. https://t.co/LtaiZVaiGX https://t.co/Tb3nHKLjOf
@WMNews: RT @williamandmary: The Wren Bell will be ringing all day today...happy last day of classes everyone! #wmLDOC #wmgrad #wm2016
@WMNews: RT @WMLawSchool: We're so proud! 3L Kaylee Gum to be honored with @VAStateBar 2016 Oliver White Hill Pro Bono Award https://t.co/5dtPOgaAVe
@williamandmary: #TribePride! https://t.co/uU82TX7H6X
@williamandmary: RT @swemlibrary: Happy last day of classes! Starting Sunday, finals week activities begin & Swem will be open 24 hours. #finalsweek https://t.co/o21zBpR9Yn
Huntington: Child Abuse - Preventing versus Intervening
College of William & Mary Adjunct Professor and Co-Principle Investigator Lee Huntington discusses the differences between preventing and intervening child abuse.
Galano: How childhood abuse affects an adult
College of William & Mary Professor Emeritus Joseph Galano talks about the effects of childhood abuse has on a adult.
Galano: How has child abuse prevention improved?
College of William & Mary Professor Emeritus Joseph Galano talks about how child abuse prevention has improved over the decades.
Popp: How Project HOPE has helped homeless students
College of William & Mary Professor and state coordinator of Project HOPE-Virginia, Patricia Popp discusses how her organization has helped homeless students of Virginia. To learn more about Project HOPE-Virginia https://education.wm.edu/centers/hope/index.php
Popp: How does homelessness affect school students?
College of William & Mary Professor and state coordinator of Project HOPE-Virginia talks about the mental developmental factors a homeless student faces. Learn more about Project Hope-Virginia http://education.wm.edu/centers/hope/
Popp: How to identify homeless school students
College of William & Mary Professor and state coordinator of Project HOPE-Virginia, Patricia Popp speaks about the ways to identify a homeless school student. To learn more about Project HOPE-Virginia http://education.wm.edu/centers/hope/
Popp: Why do we have homeless school students?
College of William & Mary Professor and state coordinator of Project HOPE-Virginia, Patricia Popp speaks about why we have homeless school students in the United States. To learn more about Project HOPE-Virginia http://education.wm.edu/centers/hope/
Popp: How many homeless school students are there?
College of William & Mary Professor and state coordinator of Project HOPE-Virginia, Patricia Popp discusses the amount of homeless school students around the country. To learn more about Project HOPE-Virginia http://education.wm.edu/centers/hope/
Popp: How do we define homeless school students?
College of William & Mary Professor and state coordinator of Project HOPE-Virginia, Patricia Popp discusses the definition of homeless school students. To learn more about Project HOPE-Virginia http://education.wm.edu/centers/hope/
@williamandmary: The Wren Bell will be ringing all day today...happy last day of classes everyone! #wmLDOC #wmgrad #wm2016
Nowhere to Go But Everywhere

“Nothing behind me, everything ahead of me, as is ever so on the road.” – Jack Kerouac, On the Road As a recent graduate with present and future work experiences that require high amounts of travel, I’ve learned a thing or two about traveling in the business world post-graduation. In my current position as an […]

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@WMNews: .@WMSOE professor talks about helping homeless students https://t.co/UT4C4r6VMd #wmexperts
Finally, Welcome Home

Transferring to William & Mary was one of the scariest, most rewarding experiences of my life, and last week you just started the first steps of that same journey – you were accepted to W&M! I can’t tell you what you’re feeling right now, but I hope you take some time to celebrate your accomplishment. […]

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Take the leap, join the Tribe!

So you are officially accepted into the Tribe – congratulations! The worse part of the transfer process is finally over for you. Take a deep breath and realize a major weight has been lifted off your shoulders now. It is no longer a guessing game of whether or not you will be accepted, now it […]

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Welcome to the Tribe, Transfers!

Congratulations on your admission to William & Mary, new transfers! I remember when I got my decision email two years ago, I literally stared at the email for a solid five minutes in disbelief. I know it can be a tricky decision to transfer, but I think the most important thing is to take your […]

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@WMNews: RT @TribeAthletics: #tbt to DeAndre Houston-Carson's first week of practice as a freshman in 2011 #NFLDraft #R https://t.co/lVVQkDRpyD https://t.co/ixVCFBM5E7
Resurrecting the Reef: Undergrad’s research goes global

Kharis Schrage, a junior here at William & Mary, works in the the Allen Lab where she studies delicate marine invertebrates called hemichordates (a small, unusual phylum of worm-like creatures). Little did she know that her W&M research experience would one day have her flying halfway across the world on her own to lead a […]

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@williamandmary: In honor of the last day of classes tomorrow: #TBT to #wmLDOC 2013. #wmgrad https://t.co/GVHO8Ug6WP
In honor of the last day of classes tomorrow, this week’s #ThrowbackThursday photo is from #wmLDOC 2013. Do you remember ringing the Wren Bell when you were a senior?
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@WMNews: W&M announces 2016 Plumeri Award recipients https://t.co/NZKzWlmR0A
April showers bring May flowers. #wmInSpring
@WMNews: Jack Pigge convicted in fairy-tale trial at @WMLawSchool https://t.co/BTSkTnpEl7 Video: https://t.co/xvA1cfsCiO https://t.co/MXki5EqXVC
@williamandmary: #TribeTravels https://t.co/MuHEuKpPUc
Fairy-tale trial: Kingdom of Ooo v. Jack Pigge
Defendant Jack Pigge is convicted of attempted murder of Mr. Wolfe during the fairy-tale trial sponsored by W&M's Center for Legal and Court Technology.
@williamandmary: Don't let this rainy weather get you down. Tomorrow is the last day of classes! #wmldoc https://t.co/8lzS87Dqjt
@williamandmary: Recent excavations @MonroeHighland are upending history. https://t.co/iGtwt7FbmH https://t.co/sJEmtJ2iCV
@WMNews: Science rewrites history at the home of President James Monroe https://t.co/om4Vq8vFem
William & Mary Women's Leadership Summit and Stock Pitch Competition
4th Rock from the Sun: Human Exploration of Mars – the Planetary Geology Research Projects 2016

Forty years ago, in the summer of 1976, NASA placed two spacecraft in orbit around Mars and then safely got the Viking 1 and 2 landers to the surface. I was all of 8 years old, but have a distant memory of those the first images from the Martian surface being broadcast over the evening […]

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@williamandmary: Can you guess where @ W&M this photo was taken? #wmInSpring https://t.co/lOv3J7zSES
The weather certainly has been beautiful here in the 'burg lately, and campus is as colorful as ever! Can you guess where this photo was taken?
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@WMNews: Mane Pada wins the 2016 Aceto Award. https://t.co/pjrDGtAdm1 https://t.co/L9zeGKGy75
@williamandmary: RT @muscarelle: TODAY ONLY! See the exquisite arrangements of Art in Bloom, inspired by masterworks from the Muscarelle collection! https://t.co/Fz0RA8Cslb
@WMNews: RT @pulitzercenter: Over the next few days, we'll tweet stories by @WilliamAndMary students from the Sharp writer-in-residence program. https://t.co/azzvYLsh3Z
@williamandmary: "Dawn on campus is the best time on campus." #wmregram c/o Instagram's Stephanie Faucher. https://t.co/oSBiycHlkx https://t.co/W7WPzgj2cV
"Dawn on campus is the best time on campus." #wmregram c/o @steph_faucher ⛅️
@williamandmary: #Holi has become a fun & colorful springtime tradition on campus. Learn more: https://t.co/kNVu26pUz0 https://t.co/dWvVRt6nq0
Holi, the Hindu Festival of Colors, has become a fun (and colorful) springtime tradition at W&M. Learn more: http://www.wm.edu/style/holi.php What is your favorite campus tradition?
@williamandmary: One week ago today, William & Mary made history. #OneTribeOneDay https://t.co/vWUd70yJXn https://t.co/LVh2t1nLje
@WMNews: .@williamandmary makes history on #onetribeoneday https://t.co/VKXGFDBEjl @WMAlumni
@williamandmary: RT @cindysjarboe: #wmalumni Best #onetribeoneday ever.Saw Sunset Blvd. starring #glennclose & give her the alumni pin #wmalumnipin https://t.co/mWRioB6LGO
@WMNews: W&M faculty in the media this month https://t.co/ms87KOopnf #wmexperts
There are so many ways to enjoy this beautiful weather on campus. #wmInSpring #wmregram c/o @cassecook
@williamandmary: Experts from @VIMS_News and @WMLawSchool are helping to guide VA’s response to sea-level rise & coastal flooding. https://t.co/7HbmxWQPmu
@williamandmary: W&M is renaming the two Jamestown Residences after two key figures in the university’s African-American history. https://t.co/4sjv5uPoQF
@WMNews: Depression nearly ruined her life, ex-WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw told groups on campus. https://t.co/mR0nCPVa2S https://t.co/2JA9WesFZB
@WMNews: A young eaglet (temporarily) leaves the nest for a checkup https://t.co/SkeCSOQvPd @CtrConsBiology #birds #eagles
@williamandmary: Matoaka Amphitheatre & Integrative Wellness Center are being renamed in honor of alumni. https://t.co/Coy3Ly0jYa https://t.co/P8ZaBNYkAL
It's a great day for class in the Sunken Garden. #wmInSpring
Blooming Crim Dell
The W&M campus blooms with beauty in spring. #WMinSpring Photo by Erin Fryer William & Mary
Welcoming W&M Admission
The W&M campus blooms with beauty in spring. #WMinSpring Photo by Erin Fryer William & Mary
Wisteria vines bloom @ W&M
The W&M campus blooms with beauty in spring. #WMinSpring Photo by Erin Fryer William & Mary
Stunning W&M Sundial
The W&M campus blooms with beauty in spring. #WMinSpring Photo by Erin Fryer William & Mary
Love that new sign!
The W&M campus blooms with beauty in spring. #WMinSpring Photo by Erin Fryer William & Mary
New sign = new tulips
The W&M campus blooms with beauty in spring. #WMinSpring Photo by Erin Fryer William & Mary
@WMNews: Amphitheatre, wellness center renamed for #wmalumni https://t.co/zuwsLtNC8V https://t.co/qaNNNo7XyH
Hindu Festival of Colors
W&M students silence stereotypes and celebrate their differences during the Hindu festival known as Holi. Photo by Evelyn Tewksbury '18 William & Mary
W&M’s celebration of Holi
W&M students silence stereotypes and celebrate their differences during the Hindu festival known as Holi. Photo by Evelyn Tewksbury '18 William & Mary
Carnival of Colors
W&M students silence stereotypes and celebrate their differences during the Hindu festival known as Holi. Photo by Evelyn Tewksbury '18 William & Mary
How are you spending this beautiful Sunday on campus? #wmInSpring
Decisions, Decisions – Fall 2016 Transfer Edition

Admit It! You have been anxiously waiting for this moment since you clicked submit on your application. We Admit It! The moment is finally here. Transfer decisions are officially on their way to your inbox. Please review this entire blog post for pertinent information regarding admission decisions. Should you have any questions or concerns we encourage you to post a comment […]

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@WMNews: University receives $1.2 million grant to support #sealevel rise data website. https://t.co/rO13C5g48t @VIMS_News @WMLawSchool
@WMNews: RT @WMLawSchool: Revive My Vote has online tool & hotline about changes to restoration of rights policy https://t.co/1kScmskRVh #Virginia Gov #TerryMcAuliffe
Happy #EarthDay, Tribe! #wmEarthWeek
Happy Earth Day, Tribe! #wmEarthWeek
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Tulips at the Alumni House
The Alumni House looks beautiful as spring blooms on the W&M campus. #WMinSpring Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Spring at the Alumni House
The Alumni House looks beautiful as spring blooms on the W&M campus. #WMinSpring Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
The Alumni House springs
The Alumni House looks beautiful as spring blooms on the W&M campus. #WMinSpring Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Scene@W&M: Night under the stars
W&M students are treated to ice cream before being taken into the W&M observatory.
Waiting on Transfer Decisions

You’ve closed all your tabs and submitted all your forms – so now what? You are in the precarious predicament of waiting to hear back from the schools you have applied to. Well, with a positive attitude and enough distraction, decisions will be out before you know it! It’s not super fun to think about, […]

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Bloomberg Businessweek counts William & Mary School of Business as one of the top undergraduate business programs in the country. #TribePride Learn more: http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2016/undergraduate-business-program-at-wm-among-nations-best.php
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Do you have a favorite outdoor spot to study on campus? #wmInSpring
Before and After Joining the Tribe

What should you do while you wait for your decision?! There are so many possibilities to help pass the time as you anxiously await the decision from the admission team. I would suggest coming to visit the campus! Everyone is super nice and the weather is just starting to get warmer, so you could enjoy […]

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Bike & Build
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Tribe Smile
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Bird Watching
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Take a Look
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Chemistry Prof. Randy Coleman
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Monroe Dressed Up
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Performers
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Ukelele
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Tribe Pride Pup
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
FASA @ W&M
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Sailboat
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
W&M Fencing
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
W&M Bhangra
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Dallaire: How to help children with incarcerated parents
College of William & Mary Assistant Professor of Psychology Danielle Dallaire talks about helping children with incarcerated parents. Learn more about Professor Danielle Dallaire http://www.wm.edu/as/charlescenter/scholars/sharpe/csmfaculty/danielle_dallaire.php
Dallaire: Number of children with incarcerated parents
College of William & Mary Assistant Professor of Psychology Danielle Dallaire talks the number of children with incarcerated parents. Learn more about Professor Danielle Dallaire http://www.wm.edu/as/charlescenter/scholars/sharpe/csmfaculty/danielle_dallaire.php
Dallaire: Who is more likely to be a child with incarcerated parents?
College of William & Mary Assistant Professor of Psychology Danielle Dallaire talks about who is more likely to be a child with incarcerated parents. Learn more about Professor Danielle Dallaire http://www.wm.edu/as/charlescenter/scholars/sharpe/csmfaculty/danielle_dallaire.php
Tamara, Jamestown and 'The Tempest'
Theatre professor Tamara Johnson traces her ancestors to the Jamestown third-supply mission and Shakespeare's 'The Tempest.'
Owens: A bit of Shakespeare
Theatre professor Christopher Owens reads a 'personal' piece of Shakespeare in anticipation of the 400th anniversary of the playwright's death.
Hagedorn: A bit of Shakespeare
English professor Suzanne Hagedorn reads a 'personal' piece of Shakespeare in anticipation of the 400th anniversary of the playwright's death.
Palmer: A bit of Shakespeare
Theatre professor Richard Palmer reads a 'personal' piece of Shakespeare in anticipation of the 400th anniversary of the playwright's death.
Spring is in the air as campus gets more and more colorful every day!
William & Mary's cover photo
One Tribe One Day: Episode 307: Outtakes
#OneTribeOneDay
One Tribe One Day: Episode 306: Swemy Doo
#onetribeoneday
One Tribe One Day: Episode 305: The Taylor Reveley Show
#OneTribeOneDay
One Tribe One Day: Episode 304: Law & Order: Honor Code Unit
#OneTribeOneDay
One Tribe One Day: Episode 303: The Walking Bread
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One Tribe One Day: Episode 302: Tribe of Cards
#OneTribeOneDay
A day for giving back and paying it forward. #OneTribeOneDay www.wm.edu/OTOD
Watch President Reveley’s adventures as videos unlock throughout #OneTribeOneDay!
William & Mary Alumni Association
One Tribe One Day: Episode 301: Now Dreaming
#OneTribeOneDay
Why W&M: Online Student Panel

Below is a recording of our online student panel that took place on April 21, 2016. For a complete timeline of questions asked during the panel, please see the “See More” section beneath the video on YouTube. x https://youtu.be/e3U0FoQEyhE We Admit It! Day for Admitted Students (affectionately known as DFAS in our office) was an […]

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Drs. John Dye ’92 and Christina Nelson ’00 are playing critical roles in combating man’s most dangerous and elusive enemy — the virus.
W&M alumni on the front lines of the battle against Zika
Scene@W&M: Owens solicits Shakespeare
Professor Christopher Owens, artistic director of the Virginia Shakespeare Festival, surveys the English, physics and sociology departments regarding the significance of April 23, 2016.
Why W&M: Academics and Resources

William & Mary offers a rich liberal arts education that allows tremendous potential for academic development and growth. Over 100 majors and minors are offered to William & Mary students, giving many possible academic pathways. The professors at William &Mary are down-to-Earth, understanding, and knowledgeable. With this diverse opportunity, I have been able to explore many academic […]

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How are you spending this lovely #MatoakaMonday? #wmInSpring #wmregram c/o @nathanbennet5
A Hard Freeze in the Basement: The Earth Structure & Dynamics Field Trip 2016

The Earth Structure & Dynamics class field trip is an annual rite of spring; when early April arrives it’s time for our weekend trip to explore the geologic structures of the Piedmont and Blue Ridge regions. A week ago Saturday, we were rolling deep with 36 students and two TAs. We departed from Williamsburg on […]

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William & Mary Women's Leadership Summit and Stock Pitch Competition
On March 19th, William & Mary hosted its first annual Women's Leadership Summit and Stock Pitch Competition in the Mason School of Business, bringing together 200 high-performing undergraduate women and professionals from across the country for a day of networking, exploration, and engagement. The all-female stock pitch competition included 12 teams representing some of the top universities in the nation. The summit gave students exposure to outstanding professional women from a variety of fields who served as stock pitch judges, panelists, and coaches. The event was sponsored by prestigious companies and generous individuals and was organized by two William & Mary student organizations, Women In Business and Smart Woman Securities, in conjunction with the Boehly Center. The success of the summit in its inaugural year ensures future opportunities for women to engage, learn from each other, and realize their potential.
Why is 40% Alumni Participation Important?
To learn more about the importance of participation for William & Mary, watch this short video about the drive for 40 percent.
William & Mary is honoring the memory of the Virginia Tech students and faculty members who lost their lives nine years ago tomorrow. The Queens' Guard is expected to stand watch over the wreath at the top of the Sunken Garden until about 5 p.m. today.
Happy Friday, Tribe! #wmInSpring #TGIF
Finding a Home in Greek Life

My biggest fear when I transferred was that I wouldn’t make any friends. I heard so much from my William & Mary friends from high school about how much their freshman hall experience had shaped their relationships, and I knew that these were still the people they spent most of their time with. How would […]

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Home is all the little moments

Some people realize William & Mary is their home right away, but for others it takes some time. Though I loved the university since day one, I still wasn’t sure if I could call it my home. By the end of first semester though, W&M did, in fact, become my home away from home. I would like […]

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Feeling at home by the fire

One of my favorite times of the year at William & Mary is just before Christmas at the Yule Log ceremony. The Yule Log ceremony falls on the weekend separating the two weeks of finals, so it serves as a nice and festive study break. During the ceremony, everyone gathers in front of the Wren, where […]

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#TBT to Freshman Initiation 1953. Can you tell us what the beanies worn by the students curtsying to Lord Bot’s statue were called?
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A perfect #wmInSpring day on campus.
Welcome Home Class of 2020!

Welcome, welcome, welcome to the Tribe 2020! We are so excited to have you, and if you want to see just how much, come to campus for Day for Admitted Students this Saturday, April 16th! On top of the expected tours, mock lectures, student panels, and club fair, DFAS is your prime chance to interact […]

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Green Careers: What does the future have in store for you?

Regardless of what year you are in college, you have probably, on more than one occasion, had this thought go through your mind: “What am I doing with my life?” No, I don’t mean the whole existential crisis that I hope you have much less frequently, I mean literally wondering what you are going to […]

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It's been a drizzly Tuesday in the 'burg...but even in gloomy weather campus is a beautiful place.
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It's a drizzly Tuesday on campus. #wmInSpring
Graphic writing: In class with Nicole Georges
Graphic memoirist Nicole Georges leads a writing class as the university's Donaldson writer-in-residence.
Supporting Your Passions

One of the most amazing aspects about the students at William & Mary is their vast range of passions. It’s one of the reasons I fell in love with the W&M community and over the last two years, I’ve really been able to follow my passions in all areas of life on campus. If there is […]

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#wmInSpring is in the air. 🌷
There's definitely something special about spring on campus.
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#MatoakaMonday #wmregram c/o @veguillen
W&M ROTC: Training in College Woods
The William & Mary ROTC squad conducts a training exercise in the university's College Woods.
Let’s kick off the weekend with some campus trivia. Do you know which academic building is pictured here?
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It's Study in DC Day on campus! Lots of fun activities & free food. @wm_washington #wmstudyindc
The clouds have parted and it's shaping up to be a nice afternoon to get outside with your #TribePets! #wmregram c/o @june_bea #wmInSpring
Home is Where the Song is

One of the most influential events that made me feel at home at William & Mary was my first a cappella performance. I have loved singing and performing throughout my life, and being involved in an a cappella group made me feel like I found my place on campus. Through my involvement in a cappella, […]

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Convocation and Coming Home

As a transfer student the apprehensions about fitting in on campus are very real. Being a junior and living off campus were two more boundaries that I felt were detrimental to making friends and feeling at home. Fortunately for me, making friends was not hard at all. Once I got involved in one group it […]

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Finding a Home During Finals

Finals can be an excruciating time for students. Two weeks of grueling exams and term papers wearing you down as you wait with anticipation to the light at the end of the tunnel: concluding your final assignment. During my first semester as a transfer, Spring 2014, I had tests until the last possible day of […]

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Passion, history and tradition—that’s why Audrey Savage ’16 loves William & Mary. How about you? #whyWM
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#WrenCrushWednesday #wmregram c/o @rachdaley ・・・ Home 💚💛 @william_and_mary #polaroid #forthebold #tribepride #williamandmary
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Stock: In Cuba during the "special period"
News excerpt of Ann Marie Stock delivering the ninth Tack Faculty Lecture titled "Remix and Revolution in Cuba."
Stock: A Cuba/W&M connection
News excerpt of Ann Marie Stock delivering the ninth Tack Faculty Lecture titled "Remix and Revolution in Cuba."
Remix and Revolution in Cuba: Tack lecture (complete)
Professor of Hispanic Studies and Film and Media Studies Ann Marie Stock delivers the ninth Tack Faculty Lecture on March 31, 2016. (Missing segment at 55:00 due to technical issue.)
Tribe! Williamsburg is in the running for the title of USA TODAY’s Best Small College Town. You can cast your vote once per day until the contest ends on April 25.
Vote - Williamsburg, Va. - Best College Small Town Nominee: 2016 10Best Readers' Choice Travel...
How are you spending this gorgeous Sunday in the 'burg? #wmInSpring
W&M began demolishing the Campus Center this morning in order to make room for Walmart's first on-campus Super Mall. www.wm.edu
W&M began demolishing the Campus Center this morning in order to make room for Walmart's first on-campus Super Mall. http://www.wm.edu
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A few years ago, a typical campus sighting of a bald eagle would be a bird flying high over the Sunken Garden. These days, William & Mary is getting much closer looks at the national bird.
Bald eagles (probably) aren’t nesting on campus, but they're close
Scene@W&M: Goodbye Millington Greenhouse
Students say goodbye to Millington Greenhouse. (The third phase of the Integrated Science Center building project will see a new greenhouse atop ISC 2.)
A beautiful #wmInSpring day at Lake Matoaka.
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William & Mary News is hosting a live video chat with William & Mary Government Professor Jaime Settle about politics and social media today at noon. You can access the chat on the Periscope or Twitter apps (@WMNews). If you tune in via Periscope, be sure to submit your questions to Professor Settle.
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W&M SNaPP lab: Contention and political disengagement
Professor of government Jaime Settle provides an update on research in the SNaPP (Social Networks and Political Psychology) lab.
Settle: Rethinking SuperPACS' money in politics
Assistant professor of government Jaime Settle discusses the surprising results of negative political advertisements.
Settle: Negative political ads, cynicism and compromise
Assistant professor of government Jaime Settle discusses negative political advertisements, public cynicism and the lack of political compromise.
Eco-ambassador Gina Sawaya is producing podcasts that will help her classmates find jobs in the sustainability field.
Sawaya gets and shares expert advice on sustainability careers
Scene@W&M: Powwow
Scenes from the 2nd annual W&M Powwow hosted by the American Indian Student Association at the university.
Green: Reasons for a Second Amendment
College of William & Mary Professor of Law Michael S. Green discusses the theories behind the Second Amendment.
Master Class with Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble
Cleo Parker Robinson and her dance ensemble lead a master class at William and Mary.
Cristol in College Woods: Great Horned Owls
Professor of biology Dan Cristol discusses the Great Horned Owls in the university's College Woods.
Tack Faculty Lecture Series Featuring Ann Marie Stock
"Remix and Revolution in Cuba: Screening the Island’s Transformation through Cinema" Presented by Ann Marie Stock, Professor of Hispanic Studies and Film & Media Studies Thursday, March 31, 7 p.m. in the Sadler Center Commonwealth Auditorium Learn more about the lecture at www.wm.edu/lecture.
Neurodiversity: The civil-rights issue of our day
John Elder Robison believes neurodiversity concerns are the civil-rights issue of our day.
Neurodiversity: Leading society forward
John Elder Robison believes neurodiverse people are here to lead society forward.
Neurodiveristy: The brilliance-and-autism myth
John Elder Robison discusses the brilliance-and-autism myth.
Music and film: W&M Wind Ensemble at Global Film Fest
The W&M Wind Ensemble collaborates with the university's Global Film Festival at Colonial Williamsburg's Kimball Theatre.
'Odd Job': Draeger's exhibition at Andrews
Michael Draeger, studio art technician, discusses his exhibition 'Odd Job.'
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