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@williamandmary: The weather is perfect for lounging on the Sunken Garden. 77 degrees, a nice breeze...a gorgeous February day in th… https://t.co/HUmjzaEiQo
Tack Faculty Lecture Series Featuring Dr. Peter Vishton
"The Illusion of Control: Understanding And Getting More Out Of Your Unconscious Mind" Presented by Dr. Peter Vishton, Associate Professor of Psychology Wednesday, March 22nd, 7 p.m. at The Sadler Center Commonwealth Auditorium Learn more about the lecture at www.wm.edu/lecture
@WMNews: W&M hosted U.S. premiere of documentary "Sarajevo Roses" 2-21. Our Bosnia Project was factor in coming here first.… https://t.co/bey566KJ4W
The Sunken Garden is the place to be on this gorgeous Thursday afternoon in February!
@WMNews: ‘Buffalo Soldier’ exhibit highlights role of black service members in Philippine-American War https://t.co/qEaWd0WZRv @WMLibraries
@williamandmary: Caitlin Lewis Smallwood ’88 is the woman behind the algorithms that bring you the @netflix shows you love.… https://t.co/I6Q30vqigg
Ever wonder how Netflix knows what you like to watch? Caitlin Lewis Smallwood ’88 is in charge of the team that is working to distill the viewing habits of over 86 million Netflix subscribers. It’s a colossal amount of data, and it’s up to Smallwood to make sense of it. Learn more: http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2017/moving-pictures.php?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=williamandmary
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@WMNews: RT @GlobalFilmFest: Films start TONIGHT with The Tiger Hunter, sponsored by @insideamp. Bhangra, special guest Q&A, and more! https://t.co/kFv5WNNxYT
Don’t Stress: What to do While You Wait for Decision Letters

I remember waiting for a decision letter from William & Mary and feeling anxious. I also remember all the things I could have been doing instead of stressing out over something of which I had no control. While you wait until you receive your decision letter by email in early May, make sure to focus on […]

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@williamandmary: Former @WM_TribeVB coach Debbie Hill & Dr. Camilla Buchanan ’66 detail how a piece of paper impacted their lives. https://t.co/XjsZrheaQb
@WMNews: Lead actress Jolene Mafnas '17 says "Asuncion," opening Feb. 28, will make audience members think:… https://t.co/tV2C0oAF4f
@williamandmary: A new app developed by @ACharityHudley helps teachers recognize the roles culture & language have in learning. https://t.co/TplUKBOUWB
@williamandmary: RT @TribeMensHoops: Head Coach Tony Shaver has a message for @williamandmary students. We hope to see everyone at Kaplan on Thursday an… https://t.co/H0lnrckGuZ
Senior Year Reflections

I spent the other night out late “studying” with a friend who is a fellow transfer student and a fellow senior. I say studying in quotes because in reality we spent the majority of our time discussing important topics like when to grab a skillet cookie or the best profile picture. Eventually the topic turned […]

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@WMNews: .@OCEatWM brings community engagement into the classroom at @williamandmary https://t.co/zZVn3mfNKh
@WMNews: W&M's John Charles captures major award from national Kinesiology organization NAKHE. https://t.co/zZBEahPJN3 https://t.co/QGBlRaB0hI
@williamandmary: One of our favorite annual events starts tomorrow! Check out the @globalfilmfest schedule: https://t.co/AZLwIq6aOZ #WMGFF2017
@WMNews: Activities ramp up at the new Alan B. Miller Entrepreneurship Center at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business: https://t.co/KUzrnnA967
@williamandmary: Dylan Schuler '18, Matt McGuinness '17 & Maddy Naide '18 are reflecting upon the significance of the Pep Band to th… https://t.co/LDuaG1eJJi
It may be February, but campus is showing its first signs of spring.
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@williamandmary: W&M Prof Rowan Lockwood has crafted a set of suggestions for the re-oystering of today’s #ChesapeakeBay.… https://t.co/CXN15ZYkwn
LinkedIn & Libraries

Hello world! It is hard (for me) to believe, but we are quickly approaching the halfway point of my last semester of undergrad! The past few months have been about 50% schoolwork and 50% planning for postgrad, which requires a lot of thinking back. It’s strange to think about it this way, but every past […]

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@WMNews: Caitlin Lewis Smallwood ’88 runs the algorithms that bring you the @netflix shows you love https://t.co/yxT8GZO6gA via @WMAlumni
@williamandmary: Photography student Christine Fulgham '17 discusses the power of visual storytelling. #wmArts https://t.co/uWqhMkeVS3
Campus is showing its first signs of spring.
@WMNews: Meet Jeffrey Breit, coach of the @WMLawSchool Trial Team https://t.co/RvwSJvHyUF
W&M Research: Oysters Past and Present, and the Future of the Chesapeake Bay
Oyster populations in the Chesapeake Bay have declined massively in recent decades due to overharvesting, disease, and sediment pollution. By the time marine scientists began monitoring bay oysters in the 1940s, oyster reefs were already decimated by 75 years of dredging. One could argue that scientists have never seen a healthy oyster reef in the Chesapeake Bay. The fossil record, in contrast, provides evidence of widespread, thriving oyster reefs before human settlement. By studying fossils of oysters, we can reconstruct how oyster reefs functioned before human disturbance and develop recommendations for oyster recovery. The fossil record provides us with a glimpse into the world of Chesapeake Bay oysters before humans—emphasizing a range of management solutions and providing new hope for the future of the Chesapeake Bay. “Holland Reef” Image courtesy of Kris Kusnerik “Oyster sanctuary buoy in Patuxent River near Solomons, Md.” is copyright (c) 2012 Chesapeake Bay Program and made available under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 license “Fisherman Island National Wildlife Refuge” is copyright (c) 2011 Chesapeake Bay Program and made available under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 license Music: “Union Hall Melody” From the Free Music Archive CC BY NC Music: “Mobile” From the Free Music Archive CC BY NC Music: “Cylinder Nine” From the Free Music Archive CC BY NC
@WMNews: Theatre Prof. Claire Pamment translated her research on Pakistani transgender communities into a documentary play:… https://t.co/t9V6NAhWa5
@williamandmary: Thinking about transferring to W&M? Check out these admission interview tips from Malerie Gamblin ’17: https://t.co/tGiQOdbwZ8 @WM_Admission
@WMNews: #Linguistics in the lab: the right chemistry for inclusivity https://t.co/5O5J1HE4Tj
Over Nottoway Falls

Another glorious February weekend, and I was off, once again, to the field with my research students. On this trip we returned to the Falls of the Nottoway River to obtain more measurements and complete our mapping of this awesome exposure in the middle the Southside Virginia Piedmont. We brought a small friend with us, […]

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@WMNews: Global Film Festival turns 10 this week. Why not help us celebrate? https://t.co/lUMJFQoXPf https://t.co/lnzFf3qDoQ
Pamment and The Third Tune: Transgendering performance in Pakistan
Assistant professor of world theatre Claire Pamment discusses her documentary project that helps a transgender community in Pakistan extend its public expression.
An international collaboration between William & Mary scientists and colleagues at the University of Oxford has discovered that the brown recluse spider makes extra-tough silk by spinning loops into each strand. Learn more: http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2017/the-brown-recluse-spider-engineers-extra-strong-silk-by-spinning-loops-onto-a-flat-strand.php?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=williamandmary
Timeline Photos
Happy Friday, Tribe! #wmregram c/o @gaily_elizabeth.
@williamandmary: Jeffrey Doyon ‘85 was just 10 yrs old when @wmmusicdept loaned him a cello. Decades later, he's returning the favor. https://t.co/KuI0MemYRl
@WMNews: Fossils show us what the Chesapeake Bay needs: "big, honkin’ grandma oysters" https://t.co/bUhNadGuiG Video: https://t.co/knQbFZt3am
@WMNews: W&M researchers find that the brown recluse spider engineers extra-strong silk by spinning loops onto a flat strand https://t.co/2IBpacfeCo
@williamandmary: It's hard to believe it's been a week since #wmcharterday! Re-live the bday wishes, ceremony & more: https://t.co/iVoxnM2haZ #Storify
@WMNews: RT @AaronGray2337: .@williamandmary students reflect on their alternative breaks in #Nicaragua and #Haiti: https://t.co/D9Tjt7qfen via… https://t.co/A33OIpHxX3
Admission Interview Tips

Last week, I talked about the optional interviews with the Office of Undergraduate Admission. These interviews are not required but they are recommended. If you are thinking about transferring to William & Mary in spring 2018 or fall 2019, you still have the chance to schedule an interview! I recommend interviewing because it gives you a […]

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@williamandmary: Prof Alan Braddock's new book brings art & literature into the story of urban environmental history.… https://t.co/21ajpSZfW3
@williamandmary: Jay Black's '87 and Reagan Jackson's '21 love for William & Mary literally embodies #OneTribeOneFamily. More:… https://t.co/395MRai7fX
Sharing Your Passions

Passionate is a word I often use to describe the students at William & Mary. Their passion can vary from academics, to politics, to a philanthropy. A fantastic thing about W&M is you can always find someone who shares your passion. This is exemplified by the numerous clubs on campus. There is basically a club […]

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@williamandmary: RT @anncritchfield: This show at @muscarelle is astounding. Don't miss! @williamandmary https://t.co/qNt5CkvPqf
@WMNews: Alumnus donates a cello to the music department to repay its loan of one to him during his younger days:… https://t.co/Q6b70ziIw8
@WMNews: .@WMLawSchool dedicates Hixon Center for Experiential Learning and Leadership https://t.co/mwPEnlk741
@williamandmary: W&M Chancellor Robert M. Gates, former Secretary of Defense, joined Pres. Reveley on Feb. 9 to discuss world issues. https://t.co/6BXRMEhLWM
@WMNews: RT @visualDP: Recluse spider silk could hold the key to space-age materials. Story here: https://t.co/Jte2f9v3TN @williamandmary https://t.co/5MlR7fP19a
@WMNews: Professor Alan Braddock talks about “an environmental history of Philadelphia from the point of view of the arts”: https://t.co/wzY2OcqzIU
2017 Charter Day Ceremony
Watch the full 2017 Charter Day Ceremony
@WMNews: W&M History Professor Julie Richter and Ari Weinberg, grad assistant for @WM_LemonProject, will be on the panel https://t.co/ypI18Hd8hZ
W&M Now: Myth of the Crim Dell
In the spirit of #ValentinesDay, we asked a few students if they were willing to put the myth of the Crim Dell to the test. #wmlovestory
@WMNews: .@WMLawSchool alumnae share advice at annual leadership conference https://t.co/Mk3mqnZZoS
@williamandmary: For Vitaliy Humenyuk '17, a W&M scholarship influenced him to follow his dreams and become a U.S. citizen. More:… https://t.co/fJ096DkuZz
@WMNews: RT @williamandmary: In the spirit of #ValentinesDay, we asked a few students if they were willing to put the myth of the Crim Dell to t… https://t.co/mXdaSu4f3I
@WMNews: Affording Opportunity: Scholarships provide hope and lasting change https://t.co/JUPRu8IEii #wmforthebold
@williamandmary: RT @WSAZTaylorEaton: @williamandmary My fiance and I take the myth of the Crim Dell Bridge very seriously.. Holds a special place in our… https://t.co/g3rgRFLMrB
@williamandmary: In the spirit of #ValentinesDay, we asked a few students if they were willing to put the myth of the Crim Dell to t… https://t.co/mXdaSu4f3I
Have you ever crossed the Crim Dell? In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, we asked a few students if they would walk across the beloved campus landmark. See whether or not they were willing to put the myth to the test in the latest W&M Now. You can also share your William & Mary love story in the comments below or using #wmlovestory.
@WMNews: Ex Sec. of Defense Gates, W&M Chancellor, offered insights into the state of the world at a Feb. 9 event on campus.… https://t.co/VN9aTt21pd
@WMNews: Pulled from our archives for #valentinesday: Dark matter by day, dark chocolate by night https://t.co/Wjfzt2fVtH
@WMNews: RT @williamandmary: Happy Valentine's Day! MT @wmsquirrel Just a nutty #squirrel in #love with u! Will u be my #Valentine? #WMLoveStory https://t.co/GkpKW6EPJ2
William & Mary affects our lives one way or another. For Vitaliy Humenyuk '17, a W&M scholarship influenced him to follow his dreams and become a U.S. citizen. To dive deeper into the different stories that were featured during the opening video at Friday’s Charter Day ceremony, visit www.wm.edu/charterday/videos/
@WMNews: RT @VIMS_News: . @VIMS_News study: Loss of #eelgrass and benefits in #ChesapeakeBay comes at staggering economic cost:… https://t.co/gAynBEgDAc
William & Mary Theatre, Speech & Dance
Learn more about the William & Mary Theatre, Speech, & Dance department.
Power-washing the Paleozoic Petersburg Pluton

300 million years ago, vast quantities of magma intruded the Earth’s crust deep beneath what would one day become Richmond, Virginia. The magma that reached the surface fed a legion of volcanoes which no doubt erupted their fiery wrath over Ol’ Virginny, but much of that magma crystallized at depth, forming granite with its distinctive […]

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@williamandmary: RT @InternationalWM: Help us tell the world #youarewelcomehere at W&M: https://t.co/xLex4QUzvW
@WMNews: Videos, photos and more: Check out our recap of Friday's #wmcharterday ceremony https://t.co/3y8oby2qvD
Charter Day 2017: Clemons' keynote remarks
Michael "Pinball" Clemons '89 delivers keynote remarks during the 2017 Charter Day ceremonies at William & Mary.
Charter Day 2017: Golino's student speech
Caroline Golino '17 delivers the student speech during the 2017 Charter Day ceremonies at William & Mary.
Charter Day 2017: Reveley's closing remarks
President Taylor Reveley delivers the closing remarks during the 2017 Charter Day ceremonies at William & Mary.
Charter Day 2017: Accidentals sing "Happy Birthday"
The Accidentals sing "Happy Birthday" to the university during the 2017 Charter Day ceremonies at William & Mary.
Charter Day 2017: Zuber's remarks
Sharon Zuber delivers remarks upon receiving the Thomas Jefferson Award during the 2017 Charter Day ceremonies at William & Mary.
Charter Day 2017: Thompson's remarks
Kara Thompson delivers remarks upon receiving the Thomas Jefferson Award for Excellence in Teaching during the 2017 Charter Day ceremonies at William & Mary.
@WMNews: RT @WMAlumni: Congratulations to #WMAlumni @pattonoswalt '91 for winning his first #GRAMMYs last night for "Talking for Clapping"… https://t.co/fb37NWTSv0
Ted Dintersmith: Alumni Medallion Recipient 2017
Ted Dintersmith, Class of 1974 As a student, Ted Dintersmith ’74 completed two undergraduate honors theses: one in physics and the other in English literature. Now, with his support of William & Mary’s Honors Fellowships program, which funds more than 60 faculty- mentored student research projects each year, Dintersmith is ensuring current students have the same types of impac ul experiences he did. A er gradua ng from William & Mary and earning graduate degrees from Stanford, Dintersmith went on to a 25-year career in venture capital. Over the years, he saw that the people with the most impeccable academic track record o en thrived when employed by large structured companies, but oundered when they le to work at more innova ve startups. He also witnessed rsthand the impact innova on was having on the economy, including marginalizing rou ne jobs. Dintersmith began to sense that our educa on model was not preparing students for the crea ve world of innova on. In 2011, Dintersmith began focusing on the intersec on of innova on and educa on, leading to his funding and producing the documentary “Most Likely to Succeed,” which premiered at the Sundance Film Fes val in 2015. Since then, he’s traveled to schools across the na on — as well as the White House — to discuss the future of K-12 educa on. Dintersmith is currently wri ng a new book, Educa on Across America, repor ng on what he found in his travels. He previously co-authored a book with educa on expert Tony Wagner, Most Likely To Succeed: Preparing Our Kids for the Innova on Era, which was the basis for the lm. Dintersmith is a former member of the Alumni Associa on Board of Directors and previously served on the College of William & Mary Founda on Board of Trustees. He delivered the 2014 keynote address at the Opening Convoca on ceremony and has also returned to campus to meet with School of Educa on faculty to discuss ideas on the future of educa on. In 2012, he served as part of the U.S. delega on at the United Na ons General Assembly, where he focused on global educa on and entrepreneurship. He supports a range of youth ini a ves, including The Future Project, NewTech Network, Avan Fellows and the African Leadership Academy.
Troy Keen: Alumni Medallion Recipient 2017
Troy Keen, Class of 1996 One of Troy Keen’s ’96 favorite places on campus is Zable Stadium. A er all, as an all-conference running back for the Tribe football team, he spent a lot of me there during his days as a student. For Keen, the opportunity to even a end William & Mary, where he was a business major and president of Kappa Alpha Psi, was because of the generosity of those who gave in support of athle c scholarships. Keen was among the rst in his family to a end college, and he said his experience at William & Mary changed the trajectory of his life. A er his me in Williamsburg, Keen moved to New York City to work in nance. It was another W&M alumnus, impressed with Keen’s outstanding work ethic, intelligence and concern for others, who helped him get hired at Merrill Lynch, something that Keen has not forgo en. Today, he guides current W&M students, par cularly African-American students, with academic and career decisions. Keen’s W&M involvement has remained uninterrupted since his days on campus and his passion for William & Mary has encouraged many other people to get involved as well. Keen has served as president of the Hulon Willis Associa on and the Charlo e Alumni Chapter, as a class ambassador, as well as on the board of directors of the Alumni Associa on and the Mason School of Business Founda on. In addi on, Keen remains an ardent supporter of Tribe Athle cs. Keen has had a successful career in investment banking at Wachovia and Wells Fargo, following his me at Merrill Lynch. At Wells Fargo, Keen was selected to be part of a small team charged with launching the real estate syndica ons group. In that role, he helped build that group into a top compe tor in the industry. He served as managing director in real estate debt capital markets for Wells Fargo before receiving a promo on. However, Keen turned it down to become an ordained Bap st minister. He says he answered a call to ministry because he realized that, much like playing football, he was a part of something that was bigger than him. Keen recently completed a master of divinity degree and is in the process of forming an outreach ministry for men in his community. Though s ll a fan of football and s ll working in nance, exercising the principles of his faith has now become his top priority.
Fred Malvin: Alumni Medallion Recipient 2017
Fred Malvin: Class of 1955 Fred Malvin ’55, M.S.T. ’58 likes to joke that he graduated from William & Mary in just two years. True, he a ended the university from 1956-58, but before that, the undefeated high school wrestler a ended Johns Hopkins University. Malvin went on to a end night school at the Norfolk Division of W&M (now Old Dominion University) before coming to the Williamsburg campus. A er gradua ng with a degree in accoun ng, Malvin joined the United States Navy. He served for 22 years where he logged over 5,000 ight hours and served as commanding o cer of two naval bases. While s ll in the Navy, Malvin earned a master’s in personnel management from George Washington University and a master’s in interna onal rela ons from the Naval War College. A er leaving the Navy in 1980, Malvin decided to put his William & Mary accoun ng degree to good use. Even 25 years out of college, Malvin took the CPA exam and passed on the rst try. A er ve years with the rm Coopers and Lybrand, Malvin decided to start Malvin, Riggins & Co. with Joyce Riggins Scha er ’82 in 1986. Since then, under Malvin’s leadership, the company has expanded into Washington, D.C., North Carolina, Maryland and Pennsylvania and has been honored as one of Virginia’s top small businesses. Malvin says he a ended W&M before he was mature enough to appreciate it. But now he’s making up for that. He and his wife, Donna, have not missed a football game in years. Malvin is a current board member of the Tribe Club, member of the Order of the White Jacket, the Quarterback Club, the President’s Council and the Robert Boyle Legacy Society. In the past, he has served on the Olde Guarde Council and as treasurer of the Muscarelle Museum of Art Founda on. Malvin is also involved in many community organiza ons, such as the Boys & Girls Club of the Virginia Peninsula, Friends of the Homeless, the Watermen’s Museum, St. Stephens Church and Dream Catchers. Malvin has been a generous supporter of many William & Mary ini a ves, including the Alumni House expansion project.
Jeff Trammell: Alumni Medallion Recipient 2017
Jeff Trammell, Class of 1973 Je Trammell ’73 served as William & Mary Rector from 2011-13, making history as the rst openly gay board chair of a major public university in this country. But he says his proudest moment was ringing the Wren Bell a er presiding over his nal Board of Visitors mee ng and celebra ng the passage of the William & Mary Promise to ensure the university’s future. His team brought together alumni, faculty and community members to gure out what the university needed to have a long-term sustainable opera ng model. Trammell’s me with the Tribe began with a basketball scholarship. He served as captain of the men’s team and was selected as an all-conference honoree in 1972. O the court, Trammell was a history major and president of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. Post-gradua on, Trammell busied himself right away by pursuing a law degree at Florida State University. He would go on to serve on the sta of several members of the U.S. Congress and head of public a airs at Hill & Knowlton, before star ng his own public a airs rm, Trammell and Company, in 2001. The rm has many years of experience working with members of Congress, running poli cal campaigns and managing issues for major corpora ons and associa ons. Over the years, Trammell has con nued his involvement with William & Mary. Not only does he mentor Washington, D.C., area students and alumni from the LGBT community, but he has served on the Annual Giving Board of Directors, as a class ambassador and was chair of his 40th Reunion gi commi ee. He was also instrumental in the crea on of the W&M Thomas Je erson Program in Public Policy in 1987 and served as its founding chair. Today, Trammell is a member of the Monroe Commission that oversees Highland, home of W&M alumnus President James Monroe. He is a regional co-chair of the For the Bold campaign and chair of W&M’s Harriman Fellows. In 2013, Washington, D.C., and Williamsburg collided when re red U.S. Supreme Court Jus ce and former W&M Chancellor Sandra Day O’Connor married Trammell and his long me partner at the Supreme Court building. It was a celebratory moment for Trammell’s dedica on to the LGBT community and his rela onship with the university.
@williamandmary: For more photos from #wmCharterDay, check out https://t.co/qdoh4ve3hi https://t.co/riPcbo8wJr
Another great Charter Day weekend is in the books! Friday’s ceremony included a “Happy Birthday” performance by the Accidentals and remarks by Michael “Pinball” Clemons ’89. #wmCharterDay
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Walking through Wren with the Spotswood Society

The Sir Christopher Wren Building is an iconic symbol at William & Mary. Built between 1695 and 1700, it is the oldest college building still in use in the United States. Several important W&M traditions take place here, like freshman convocation and the Yule Log ceremony. Many students also try to take a class in […]

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324 years of celebration

This past weekend W&M celebrated its 324th birthday — a feat mostly unmatched by modern universities. Charter Day asks us to consider our Charter that established our great institution three hundred and twenty four years ago by King William and Queen Mary. We see our statues of TJ, Botetourt, Monroe, and the Tyler Garden decorated in […]

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Did you miss Friday's #wmCharterDay ceremony? Check out a quick recap with our latest W&M in 30!
@williamandmary: Did you miss Friday's #wmCharterDay ceremony? Check out a quick recap with our latest W&M in 30! https://t.co/q9FeWSJIIb
W&M in 30: 2017 Charter Day
2017 Charter Day in 30 seconds featuring Michael "Pinball" Clemons '89
Tribe Men's Basketball maintained a consistent lead all afternoon against Charleston to secure a #wmGoldRush victory, 89-79. Go Tribe!
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@williamandmary: .@TribeMensHoops secured a #wmGoldRush victory over Charleston this afternoon 89-79. Go Tribe! #RisingTribehttps://t.co/NVFngOKdil
@tribemenshoops kept a consistent lead over Charleston at this afternoon's #wmGoldRush game, securing a 89-79 win. Go Tribe! #RisingTribe
A Simple Piece of Paper
Former volleyball coach, Debbie Hill, and Dr. Camilla Buchanan ’66 detail how a single piece of paper impacted their lives.
@williamandmary: RT @WMNews: Michael Clemons '89 gets the crowd involved during his #wmcharterday speech. Check back w/ us Mon. for full coverag… https://t.co/jOueWTBoC4
@WMNews: RT @williamandmary: Today, not only do we celebrate paper. We celebrate the ink left on the page and the people who believe in it.… https://t.co/dza2Uz3qXv
Scene@W&M: Clemons' Charter Day cheer
Michael "Pinball" Clemons '89 engages the audience as he delivers the keynote address during Charter Day 2017 ceremonies at W&M.
@WMNews: Michael Clemons '89 gets the crowd involved during his #wmcharterday speech. Check back w/ us Mon. for full coverag… https://t.co/jOueWTBoC4
@williamandmary: The fun isn't over yet! Keep celebrating #wmcharterday 2morrow @ #WMGoldRush game, and don't miss @wayansjr's performance in PBK.
Pre-ceremony music by the Wham Bam Little Band #wmCharterDay
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324th Birthday Cake #wmCharterDay
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Michael 'Pinball' Clemons '89 addresses the Charter Day audience #wmCharterDay
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President Taylor Reveley #wmCharterDay
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Millie West and Dean Larry Pulley #wmCharterDay
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Gathering in the robing room #wmCharterDay
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Michael 'Pinball' Clemons '89 speaks with Millie West #wmCharterDay
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President Taylor Reveley and Chancellor Robert M. Gates '65 #wmCharterDay
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The James Monroe Prize #wmCharterDay
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Charter Day ceremony #wmCharterDay
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Michael 'Pinball' Clemons '89 shakes Jimmye Laycock's hand #wmCharterDay
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Michael 'Pinball' Clemons '89 addresses the Charter Day audience #wmCharterDay
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Michael 'Pinball' Clemons '89 addresses the Charter Day audience #wmCharterDay
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President Taylor Reveley and Michael 'Pinball' Clemons '89 #wmCharterDay
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Millie West receives an honorary degree #wmCharterDay
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Chancellor Robert M. Gates '65 #wmCharterDay
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@williamandmary: The greatest thing sport has given me, it has increased my capacity to give. Give more than you take. ~Michael @pinball Clemons '89
@williamandmary: This university endows us to be a courier of freedom...because true freedom is intellectual emancipation. ~@pinball Clemons #wmcharterday
@williamandmary: #whyWM? It was the best, most comprehensive academic and athletic opportunity i had. ~ Michael @pinball Clemens #wmcharterday
@williamandmary: Michael @pinball Clemons ’89 epitomized what it means to be a student-athlete at William & Mary. #wmcharterday https://t.co/r7k9j2uJXS
2017 Honorary Degree Recipient: Michael "Pinball" Clemons '89
@williamandmary: "Don’t do things just for the sake of doing them. Do it because you love it." ~Millie West #wmcharterday https://t.co/c2DYxjKKK4
2017 Honorary Degree Recipient: Millie West
@williamandmary: Today, not only do we celebrate paper. We celebrate the ink left on the page and the people who believe in it.… https://t.co/dza2Uz3qXv
One Tribe, One Family
Sometimes legacy can go beyond blood as Jay Black's and Reagan Jackson's love for the campus literally embodies "One Tribe, One Family."
Valid & Concrete
Photography student Christine Fulgham '17 discusses the power of visual storytelling.
Tribe's #1 Fans
W&M Pep Band Director Dylan Schuler '18, former Director Matt McGuinness '17, and Publicity Chair Maddy Naide '18 reflect upon the significance of the Pep Band to the W&M community, and their fondest memories with the band.
Special to Us
Newlyweds Michael Monaco and Jessica Edington revisit the special role W&M played in their relationship.
Sense of Belonging
William & Mary affects our lives one way or another. In the case of Vitaliy Humenyuk '17, William & Mary influenced him to follow his dreams and become a U.S. citizen.
Today, not only do we celebrate paper. We celebrate the ink left on the page and the people who believe in it. #wmCharterDay
Charter Day: The Meaning of Paper
Paper can be a foundation. It can contain the first inklings of an institution like no other. It can show us a place to come together over centuries to create something incredible — something bold. It tells us where we come from, and gives us inspiration to seek out where we’re going. Today, we celebrate paper and the people who believe in it. Charter Day 2017
@williamandmary: It's time to celebrate! We are minutes away from the #wmCharterDay Ceremony. Unable to attend? Watch it here: https://t.co/DhY15DtGVS
@WMNews: New native studies minor program at @williamandmary knits together natural connections https://t.co/rHYh8w3Cx4
@williamandmary: RT @TribeAthletics: Tomorrow. 2pm. Kaplan Arena. Don't miss it. #RisingTribe https://t.co/CWJFlmYaFQ https://t.co/3qhfPVZsHe
Building Trust in Community

Two weekends ago, I awoke in a former monastery overlooking the James River, the Richmond skyline, and a stream of headlights coursing through I-95. I was spending the weekend at Richmond Hill with 25 others for the Community Trustbuilding Fellowship (CTF), a program of Hope in the Cities & Initiatives of Change. As part of […]

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Happy Birthday, W&M! The statues are showing off their #TribePride in honor of #wmCharterDay! If you're unable to attend the Charter Day celebration in person, you can watch a live stream of the ceremony starting at 4 p.m. www.wm.edu/charterday/watch
Photos from William & Mary's post
@WMNews: RT @SwemSCRC: The Royal Charter is on display in Swem's lobby through the weekend. @williamandmary @WMLibraries #wmcharterday https://t.co/hRoS5XeZYM
@WMNews: RT @williamandmary: The statues are decked out in honor of #wmcharterday. Come celebrate W&M's 324th birthday today at 4pm in Kaplan! https://t.co/CIg21oeqzF
@williamandmary: The statues are decked out in honor of #wmcharterday. Come celebrate W&M's 324th birthday today at 4pm in Kaplan! https://t.co/CIg21oeqzF
@WMNews: Today's the day! Join the W&M community in Kaplan Arena at 4 pm for #wmcharterday. Can't make it? Watch online. https://t.co/kA2Vc35FDd
The statues are showing off their #TribePride this morning! We can't wait to celebrate #wmCharterDay. Post your birthday message for W&M using the hashtag to be featured in the opening ceremony slideshow!
Playing the Waiting Game: Awaiting a Decision from the university

Around this time, I am sure a lot of prospective candidates are getting antsy waiting for your decisions from the Office of Undergraduate Admission. I transferred to William & Mary last year in the Fall 2015 semester so I vividly remember waiting to hear a decision. At first, when I was awaiting a letter from […]

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Will you be there? #WMGoldRush #wmcharterday #wmregram c/o @tribeathletics ・・・ Celebrate 324 years with us with 6,000 tshirt and 3,000 Pom poms at 2pm Saturday! #RisingTribe
Botticelli at the Muscarelle
Chief curator John Spike provides insights on the exhibition "Botticelli and the Search for the Divine" at the Muscarelle Museum of Art at William & Mary.
1693 Scholars Program
More than a decade after its start, William & Mary's 1693 Scholars program continues to grow, with gifts from major donors creating a new home for the program and new endowments for future scholarships.
Greek Life

William & Mary felt like home to me long before I transferred, but there was an aspect that was missing for me. I was home, but without a family. I had friends, and people I would study with. I was lacking a sense of community. I spent my first year trying to figure out my […]

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Today is our "official" birthday! February 8, 1693 is the day William & Mary's charter was granted by the Crown. Wish W&M a happy 324th birthday by posting a photo with your message on Twitter and/or Instagram and tag it #wmCharterDay to be added to the opening slideshow at Friday’s ceremony.
Timeline Photos
Today is our "official" birthday! Feb 8, 1693 is the day W&M's charter was granted by the Crown. Wish W&M a happy 324th by posting a photo with your message & tag it #wmCharterDay to be added to the ceremony opening slideshow on Friday.
Congratulations to the 2017 Charter Day award recipients! We look forward to recognizing your accomplishments at the #wmCharterDay Ceremony on Friday! Learn more about each of the honorees: http://www.wm.edu/sites/charterday/news
Photos from William & Mary's post
What's your favorite way to spend a 72° day in February? #wmregram c/o @accawmacke ・・・ Today was so gorgeous, some classes were being held outside on the Sunken Gardens and students were out relaxing and studying. Clear skies, not too hot and not too cold! #williamandmary
62 degrees today on the most beautiful campus in the U.S. What a great way to kick off the week! #wmInWinter
Scene@W&M: "Swing Wings" auditions
Glimpses of the auditions for "Swing Wings."
A few things I’ve learned

Hey William & Mary world, it’s been a while! Let me catch you up on a few things. In May I graduated from W&M—which was an unprecedented mix of exciting, sad and terrifying—and I’m now writing to you as an alum from our nation’s capital, where I work as an editorial assistant for a small […]

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McKinney: Voting identity of women in the U.S.
Assistant Professor of Government and Gender Sexuality Studies Claire McKinney of William & Mary discusses voting identity of women in the U.S.
McKinney: American women and social movements of the 20th century
Assistant Professor of Government and Gender Sexuality Studies Claire McKinney of William & Mary discusses the various contributions made by women regarding 20th century social movements in the United States.
McKinney: What is the "ambition gap" and how does it affect women in American politics?
Assistant Professor of Government and Gender Sexuality Studies Claire McKinney of William & Mary discusses the "ambition gap" and its affect on women in American politics.
McKinney: Who was the world's first female politician?
Assistant Professor of Government and Gender Sexuality Studies Claire McKinney of William & Mary discusses the world's first possible female politician and her contributions to human history.
McKinney: What is Feminist Political Theory and how it relates to American politics?
Assistant Professor of Government and Gender Sexuality Studies Claire McKinney of William & Mary discusses the Feminist Political Theory and its relation to politics in the United States.
We are one week away from celebrating 324 years of William & Mary! Wish W&M a happy birthday by posting a photo on Twitter or Instagram with your message and tag it using #wmCharterDay to be added to the opening slideshow at the ceremony. If you're unable to attend the Charter Day celebration in person, you can watch it live on the W&M website starting at 4pm: www.wm.edu/charterday/watch
William & Mary's cover photo
Scene@W&M: "No Ban in My Name" rally
Members of the W&M and local communities gather in the Sunken Garden to express solidarity with their international neighbors.
Meet the Transfer Interns: Rebecca (Finding My Way Home)

Hi everyone a little about me before I tell you about my journey. I am a senior at W&M, I am a neuroscience major, a biochemistry minor and on the premedical track. William & Mary was always my dream school. It was a cold October day when I first laid my eyes on William & […]

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Meet the Transfer Interns: Malerie

I’m Malerie and I’m a senior here at W&M. I was born and raised in suburban Maryland. I am currently a psychology major, a management and organizational leadership minor and my goal is to earn a master’s degree in higher education. I have always been somewhat obsessed with volunteering. I volunteered over 1,000 community service hours in […]

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Take a break from your Thursday and enjoy a quick spin around campus. (Audio: “The Time to Run” by Dexter Britain)
Meet the Transfer Interns: Alfred

Hey guys, it’s Alfred. I am a junior studying history and government with pre-law concentration here at William & Mary. Life here at the Burg has been simply amazing! I transferred last fall from a liberal arts college in Pennsylvania. The ultimate reason that drove me to finalize my decision to William & Mary all […]

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"Wren Zen" #wmregram c/o @speedboat_peter
William & Mary Goes Live

We Admit It! We realize that while we can provide you with (hopefully) useful information throughout the college search process, the best resource for information when looking at colleges are current students themselves. Students can provide you with many invaluable perspectives on the college experience, from what classes are like, to what the campus community […]

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Strengthening the community through music
Scenes from the "Building a Vocal Community: The Power of Song" workshop conducted by Dr. Ysaye Barnwell at William & Mary.
Scene@W&M: How to not dance
During a "Building Vocal Community" workshop at William & Mary, Dr. Ysaye Barnwell led attendees Hermine Pinson and Leah Stith in demonstrating how congregants could “move” in their churches without actually “dancing.”
The relationship between William & Mary and The Royal Family has deepened with a project that promises to change our understanding of the American Revolution and of King George III. The Georgian Papers Programme represents a partnership between W&M and the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, with leading British partners the Royal Archives, Royal Library and King's College London.
First batch of royal Georgian papers released
Golino ’17 reflects on W&M
Caroline Golino '17 will be delivering the student speech during Charter Day ceremonies at William & Mary.
My Fraternity Family

One of my favourite academic traditions at St Andrews is the academic family. To briefly describe it: upperclassman students ‘adopt’ freshmen to be their sons and daughters. You can have a mother from one family and a father from another, but you can’t have two mothers and a father or two fathers and a mother […]

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Deciphering the Cypher

We Admit It! After enjoying relaxing (and much needed) winter breaks, our Undergraduate Admission team has resumed the humbling and rewarding task of building the class of 2021. As I’m writing this, our Operations Staff is busy completing and organizing application files, while our Admission Committee is enjoying reviewing those applications and learning more about […]

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Campus is beautiful in every season. What’s your favorite time of year at William & Mary?
Timeline Photos
Beautiful in every season. ☀️🌷🍂❄️#wmInSummer #wmInSpring #wmInAutumn #wmInWinter
Building plans

I used to think that life was a blueprint: set in the works of the future skyscraper you would end up making yourself out to be. I was so dead set on certain dreams and aspirations, some of which I still want to carry out and some which I have set to the back burner, […]

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What Does Community Engagement Look Like Now?

We in the Office of Community Engagement began this academic year with a phrase ringing in our hearts: “Just a small dot in a huge, incredible world, trying to do big things.” These words, given to us by our friend and colleague Anne Davis, describe the spirit that we have embodied in our work of education, partnership, […]

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The sun is shining and temperatures are in the 60s. Where would you go on campus to enjoy a nice day like today? #wmInWinter Photo courtesy of Instagram's saramarie12323. Original: https://www.instagram.com/p/BPskjjZDUlZ/?taken-by=saramarie12323
Timeline Photos
Gorgeous #wmInWinter day in the 'burg. 67 degrees and sunny! #wmregram c/o @saramarie12323
W&M blogger Emily Fernandez ‘18 returned from studying abroad feeling a little sad and nostalgic, but mostly excited to be back on campus and with the Tribe. Whether you’ve returned from a stint abroad or you’ve continued to visit after graduation, what’s your favorite part about returning to campus? Check out Emily’s blog: http://wmblogs.wm.edu/ecfernandez/take-back-now-yall/
Timeline Photos
Spotted above Swem: blue skies! It looks like we will be getting a little break from the rain & clouds. Enjoy!
Scene@W&M: Disco Derby
AMP brings the 1980s back to William & Mary.
Take it back now y’all

Now that this new spring semester is underway, let’s take a moment to appreciate what brings us all back. The Tribe. At the time of my last post I was writing from my desk in Cardiff, Wales and now I write to you from a first floor computer of Swem.  It’s amazing how quick you […]

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The Extended Study Abroad Experience

The most common question I get is, ‘So exactly how does the Programme work?’ and it’s a pretty valid question. I didn’t even know for sure when I applied, or even when I was accepted. I’ve summed it up to be this: you spend half your undergraduate time at William & Mary and half at […]

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My New Year’s Resolution: Find a Mentor

One of the nice parts of having an extended Winter Break as a student—aside from the obvious time to visit with family and old friends—is the time it affords you to reflect on successes and challenges as you move into a new semester. Whether you find the New Year’s Resolutions strategy productive or disheartening (I’ve […]

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There's no place like home. Photo by Instagram's @smann2217. Original: https://www.instagram.com/p/BPa4Dx7h82i/?taken-by=smann2217
Timeline Photos
When the weathervane is in the perfect position...👌📸 #wmregram c/o @smann2217
In honor of the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., W&M students participated in acts of service around the Williamsburg community yesterday. Tribe Pride! Learn more about the different ways the students spread hope in the community: http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2017/honoring-king-by-bringing-hope.php
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Scene@W&M: MLK service day
W&M students partner with CASA as part of MLK service day.
Vocation, Capacity, Community Part One

When I talk about vocation with students, I often describe it as the overlap between what you want and are equipped to do and what your communities need. After all, active citizenship, the guiding model of our office, is about prioritizing community in your values and life choices. It is through this lens of vocation […]

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It's a cloudy first day of spring semester, but we're so happy our students are back on campus. We hope you're having a great first day of classes, Tribe! #wmregram c/o @hello_mr.lemon
W&M in 30: Winter Wonderland
It may be 60 degrees today, but we are still thinking of last weekend’s snowfall that turned campus into a winter wonderland. #wmInWinter
In class: Stone tools past and present
Neil Norman, associate professor of anthropology, discusses a 2-million year old stone tool he found in Djibouti while two of his students make their own newer tools.
It's hard to believe campus looked like this a few days ago. It's 70 degrees and sunny in the 'burg! We hope your #TribePets enjoyed the snow while it lasted. #wminwinter #wmregram c/o @tribe_pup
Congratulations to former Tribe football standout Sean McDermott ’98 on being named the new head coach of the Buffalo Bills! Tribe Pride! http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2017/tribe-football-alumnus-sean-mcdermott-98-named-buffalo-bills-head-coach.php
Timeline Photos
It's a chilly but gorgeous #wmInWinter day in the 'burg. Photo courtesy of Instagram's @storyofandrea. Original: https://www.instagram.com/p/BPBYPHJDYVi/?taken-by=storyofandrea
Timeline Photos
#wmInWinter #wmregram c/o @storyofandrea ・・・ Our walk took us to campus, beautiful in any season! #williamandmary #wminwinter #wm #college #getoutside #snowfall #winter #brrr #snowday #campus #virginia #sunset #snow
W&M had its first snow of the season today, making for some beautiful #wmInWinter views on campus. Photo courtesy of Instagram's @alfredohhhhh. Original: https://www.instagram.com/p/BO-ZtWsjb2h/?taken-by=alfredohhhhh
William & Mary's cover photo
Campus had its first snow of the season today! #wmInWinter #wmregram c/o @alfredohhhhh ・・・ What comes before the spring
2016 Year in Review
It’s been a big year at William & Mary. In the words of President Reveley, we’re pushing toward what we want to become, not simply what we want to maintain. Have a look back at this past year in the 2016 President’s Report now available online: http://presidentsreport.wm.edu
We miss our students. #wmregram c/o @lauren.robitussin
Snuggling to stay warm
Before students take off for Winter Break is the long-awaited Yule Log ceremony. Students are treated to live holiday music & student speeches explaining international holiday traditions. The climax is when the university president takes the stage dressed as Santa Claus & reads a rousing rendition of a story like Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Frozen students then pile into the Great Hall to toss ceremonial sprigs of holly into the Yule log fire for good luck. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Lining up to cast their sprig of holly
Before students take off for Winter Break is the long-awaited Yule Log ceremony. Students are treated to live holiday music & student speeches explaining international holiday traditions. The climax is when the university president takes the stage dressed as Santa Claus & reads a rousing rendition of a story like Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Frozen students then pile into the Great Hall to toss ceremonial sprigs of holly into the Yule log fire for good luck. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Tossing her holly sprig
Before students take off for Winter Break is the long-awaited Yule Log ceremony. Students are treated to live holiday music & student speeches explaining international holiday traditions. The climax is when the university president takes the stage dressed as Santa Claus & reads a rousing rendition of a story like Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Frozen students then pile into the Great Hall to toss ceremonial sprigs of holly into the Yule log fire for good luck. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Laying of the yule log
Before students take off for Winter Break is the long-awaited Yule Log ceremony. Students are treated to live holiday music & student speeches explaining international holiday traditions. The climax is when the university president takes the stage dressed as Santa Claus & reads a rousing rendition of a story like Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Frozen students then pile into the Great Hall to toss ceremonial sprigs of holly into the Yule log fire for good luck. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Those with this year's honor
Before students take off for Winter Break is the long-awaited Yule Log ceremony. Students are treated to live holiday music & student speeches explaining international holiday traditions. The climax is when the university president takes the stage dressed as Santa Claus & reads a rousing rendition of a story like Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Frozen students then pile into the Great Hall to toss ceremonial sprigs of holly into the Yule log fire for good luck. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Santa Reveley
Before students take off for Winter Break is the long-awaited Yule Log ceremony. Students are treated to live holiday music & student speeches explaining international holiday traditions. The climax is when the university president takes the stage dressed as Santa Claus & reads a rousing rendition of a story like Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Frozen students then pile into the Great Hall to toss ceremonial sprigs of holly into the Yule log fire for good luck. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Gentlemen of the College
Before students take off for Winter Break is the long-awaited Yule Log ceremony. Students are treated to live holiday music & student speeches explaining international holiday traditions. The climax is when the university president takes the stage dressed as Santa Claus & reads a rousing rendition of a story like Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Frozen students then pile into the Great Hall to toss ceremonial sprigs of holly into the Yule log fire for good luck. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Santa's elf
Before students take off for Winter Break is the long-awaited Yule Log ceremony. Students are treated to live holiday music & student speeches explaining international holiday traditions. The climax is when the university president takes the stage dressed as Santa Claus & reads a rousing rendition of a story like Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Frozen students then pile into the Great Hall to toss ceremonial sprigs of holly into the Yule log fire for good luck. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Watching with delight
Before students take off for Winter Break is the long-awaited Yule Log ceremony. Students are treated to live holiday music & student speeches explaining international holiday traditions. The climax is when the university president takes the stage dressed as Santa Claus & reads a rousing rendition of a story like Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Frozen students then pile into the Great Hall to toss ceremonial sprigs of holly into the Yule log fire for good luck. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
W&M in 30: WCWM Fest
Highlights from WCWM Fest sponsored by WCWM Radio and AMP. William & Mary students from SOHLL, Talk to Plants, and The Masaharu Effect opened for headliner Frankie Cosmos. For more information, visit https://wcwm.wm.edu/
Scenes from W&M's 2016 Yule Log ceremony
Highlights from the 2016 Yule Log ceremony at William & Mary.
Season's Greetings from William & Mary!
Scene@W&M: Pre-Kwanzaa celebration
Members of the William & Mary community hold a pre-Kwanzaa celebration.
W&M Now: History of Yule Log
Scene@W&M: Trimming the tree
(Music by the Gentlemen of the College.) Shelia Harris, manager of the President's House at William & Mary, and student members of the W&M Spotswood Society adorn the Christmas tree in the President's House at William & Mary.
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