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@williamandmary: Just another Friday afternoon on the most beautiful campus in the U.S. #wmInSummer https://t.co/uqjvvQueNn
@williamandmary: The new 113,000-square-foot ISC 3 is scheduled to be fully on line in fall. Learn more: https://t.co/yPFH1SXryo
@WMNews: Should we be forgotten on Google? Zarine Kharazian '17 wonders why the French are concerned. https://t.co/UNVsvyuSSB https://t.co/1tpnJ3ukZa
@williamandmary: Who's ready for football season? RT @TribeAthletics: The Z is looking sharp. Putting the finishing touches on now. https://t.co/Nrx8qISxRh
@williamandmary: RT @WMSchoolofBiz: Praveen Rajakumar '09, earned the Entrepreneur of the Year award for his work at Maruti Suzuki. https://t.co/VF9vGEFXs3
@williamandmary: Good morning, Tribe! It's a beautiful Friday in the 'burg. #wmInSummer https://t.co/bWHpxOiEqZ
The magnolia trees are in full bloom on campus. Happy Friday, Tribe! #wmInSummer
Can you guess if this week’s #ThrowbackThursday photo is of the Brafferton or the President’s House?
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@WMNews: LIVE on Facebook right now: W&M Professor Clay Clemens on #Brexit https://t.co/5sul5INHED #wmexperts
Final Waitlist Update – For Freshmen & Transfers

We Admit It! The sun is out, the weather is warm, and campus is as beautiful as ever. Summer is officially here in Williamsburg, which sadly means that our 2015-2016 admission cycle must come to an end. On June 16 (transfer applicants) and June 17 (freshman applicants), we sent an email out to all applicants […]

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@WMNews: Join us on Facebook at 4 p.m. for a live discussion with Professor Clay Clemens on #Brexit https://t.co/EVbVMnnSxS #BrexitOrNot #wmexperts
@WMNews: Looking forward to the opening of the Integrated Science Center, phase 3 https://t.co/Q5nAfAVgR7
@williamandmary: MT @Dr_Lashley: When #WilliamandMary organic students work on a music video even presidents line up as models. https://t.co/TCLOefTJPJ
@williamandmary: Though she just graduated a few short weeks ago, Brittany Liu ’16 has landed the “role of a lifetime.” https://t.co/iZq0Sh9pVX
@WMNews: RT @WMLawSchool: Our thanks to #Virginia Environmental Endowment for grants to help support projects @WMLawSchool & #VIMS https://t.co/Bi5NctHlvB @VIMS_News
Juliet: Liu '16 stars at VSF
Recent graduate Brittany Liu '16 prepares for the leading role in an upcoming Virginia Shakespeare Festival production of "Romeo and Juliet."
@WMNews: Brittany Liu '16 on role W&M played in her acting as she prepares to open the Va. Shakespeare Festival as Juliet. https://t.co/cqgOJfCg1b
@WMNews: Brittany Liu '16 lands the role of a lifetime as Juliet in Va Shakespeare Fest opening 6/29. https://t.co/6vAcuvcO0Z https://t.co/x5aEe2pqnf
A little bit of W&M for your day. #WrenCrushWednesday
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@williamandmary: .@UN peacekeepers--some toting cameras, iPads, even a selfie stick--swung by campus on Fri. https://t.co/usUQJVtICx https://t.co/RY1I23G1iM
@WMNews: 27 UN peacekeepers from Africa visited W&M on Friday to meet with Prof. Harvey Langholtz. https://t.co/BCfLExHRlb https://t.co/72kFgxDZKl
@williamandmary: Happy #WrenCrushWednesday! Summer is in full swing here in the 'burg with highs in the 90s. #wmInSummer #staycool https://t.co/f460b2hpiH
You Are Where You Need to Be

As an English major with plenty of potential but only a couple of internships under my belt, one of the more daunting parts of graduation was answering the many polite inquiries into what I was going to do next. The question was daunting at first, but as I answered it more for others, I actually […]

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@williamandmary: RT @WMNews: Monday night, Williamsburg remembered those killed in Orlando club with a service at W&M. https://t.co/0iH3gMynIy https://t.co/sO04pVhm2z
@WMNews: Monday night, Williamsburg remembered those killed in Orlando club with a service at W&M. https://t.co/0iH3gMynIy https://t.co/sO04pVhm2z
Floristic study: Decline in College Woods
Graduate student Caitlin Cyrus (M.S. '16) discusses her floral analysis of the university's College Woods.
@williamandmary: Kharis Schrage ’17 chased her research interests halfway across the world. Find out why: https://t.co/hOJLwUljUv https://t.co/T9OErEkpkO
It's a great day to get outside with your #TribePets! #wmInSummer #wmregram c/o @franklin_the_doodle ・・・ Checking out Dad's alma mater and Mom's soon to be! #tribefamily #2degreesdown #1togo #williamandmary #marshallwythe #jd #masonschoolofbusiness #mba #goldendoodlesofinstagram #goldendoodle #goldendoodlepuppy #puppylife #puppyfun
@williamandmary: RT @autum_lu: The valedictorian and salutatorian both going to take on William and Mary together 💚💚 #wm2020 https://t.co/62zKZY8nNs
@williamandmary: Tune in @ 11 am! RT @WMNews: W&M anthropologist @bjkingape will be @drshow discussing #zoos https://t.co/1QNZE1O68Y https://t.co/Rlurdmv7f8
Ticket to Paradise – Research Abroad

Each summer AidData – a research and innovation lab at W&M – sends students abroad to work with local organizations on research driven projects. Over the last 4 years its Summer Fellows program has matched 75 students with host organizations in 10 countries to promote data literacy and use of aid information in decision making. Fellows […]

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@williamandmary: W&M has established a new program for Asian & Pacific Islander American studies. Learn more: https://t.co/zBL2NwMBe7 https://t.co/8PiphymhHw
@WMNews: W&M wins CAA food drive challenge https://t.co/k4lBN8nIiP via @TribeAthletics https://t.co/pJ7O8j9BG5
@WMNews: Alumni pioneers: Before W&M had an APIA program, they created their own majors https://t.co/JVQR0OL6Qa #wmalumni
@WMNews: RT @CinnabonMonster: Wow. What an honor to be interviewed by @williamandmary as the 1st APA studies major :D https://t.co/nvzL3mmeUX #harkuponthegale #interview
@WMNews: W&M establishes program for Asian and Pacific Islander American studies https://t.co/aDA0OByk1J
It’s a gorgeous first day of #wmInSummer in the ‘burg. Have a great week, Tribe!
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It's the first day of #wmInSummer! Have a great week, Tribe!
@williamandmary: Happy first official day of #wmInSummer! We love summertime at W&M, but we can't wait until all of our students are back on campus.
@WMNews: W&M anthropologist @bjkingape will be @drshow June 21, discussing #zoos https://t.co/7NwrIXoCcS #wmexperts
The Long and Winding Road: The Geology 310 Field Course 2016

I’ve just returned from our 2.5-week field course in the Southwestern United States. The 2016 version of Geology 310 started and finished in Las Vegas, making a 3,200 km (2,000 mile) loop across the Basin & Range and Colorado Plateau provinces. All together there were 27 of us, and we (and our gear) filled 3 […]

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@williamandmary: RT @WMNews: Two faculty projects recently received grants from the provost's Creative Adaptation fund: https://t.co/09nAqHdAef https://t.co/Md5BK7nycy
@WMNews: RT @vagazette: Remembrance scheduled Monday for Orlando terror attack victims https://t.co/0vIu8mQqrM
Learn more about the craft behind the comedy of Patton Oswalt ’91: http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2016/the-craft-behind-the-comedy-of-patton-oswalt-91.php
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@WMNews: RT @TribeAthletics: Great to see former @WMTribeFootball star B.W. Webb (@OhGi_3Dawg3) giving back to the community in Hampton Roads. https://t.co/eEtnv7GPv8
We love getting to see this tradition come true. Trish '67 and Roger Hall '67 met at W&M, shared a kiss over Crim Dell and returned to campus Friday, celebrating their 49th anniversary. What's your W&M love story?
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@williamandmary: Happy Friday, Tribe! Have a great weekend. https://t.co/oz6yi3W8Fx
@williamandmary: RT @WMNews: .@williamandmary mourns the death of former president Tom Graves https://t.co/nZk3RiX64X
The William & Mary community mourns the death of Thomas A. Graves Jr., who served as the university’s 23rd president from 1971 to 1985.
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@WMNews: .@williamandmary mourns the death of former president Tom Graves https://t.co/nZk3RiX64X
@WMNews: RT @williamandmary: Trish & Roger Hall '67 met at W&M, kissed over Crim Dell & celebrate their 49th ann'y today! #proof #love #tradition https://t.co/SRSFynaGGF
Trish '67 and Roger Hall '67 met at William & Mary, kissed over Crim Dell bridge and are back on campus celebrating their 49th anniversary today! #proof #love #tradition #onlyonewm #wmalumni
@williamandmary: Trish & Roger Hall '67 met at W&M, kissed over Crim Dell & celebrate their 49th ann'y today! #proof #love #tradition https://t.co/SRSFynaGGF
@WMNews: Two faculty projects recently received grants from the provost's Creative Adaptation fund: https://t.co/09nAqHdAef https://t.co/Md5BK7nycy
@williamandmary: Natasha King ’16 & Alison Rodriguez ’17 are the inaugural recipients of the university’s Newton-Blanchard Prize. https://t.co/r7OEMSfQoC
Good morning, Tribe! “Dawn on campus is the best time on campus.” #wmregram courtesy of Instagram’s @steph_faucher
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Clemens: Germany and the migrant issue
College of William & Mary Chancellor Professor of Government Clay Clemens discusses why the German government accepted over million migrants. Learn more about Clay Clemens here. http://www.wm.edu/as/government/faculty-directory/clemens_c.php
Take a moment and enjoy the view from one of our favorite spots on campus. (Click and drag the photo or tilt your phone for a panoramic view!)
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@williamandmary: MT @ToddCorillo: On this #WorldSeaTurtleDay we're out with @VIMS_News researchers doing important work to save them. https://t.co/DRflNm7yY9
It's a beautiful #wmInSummer day on campus! 💚💛
@williamandmary: Congratulations! MT @WMAlumni: Claire Glisson '14 & Charlie Clark '14 got married @ the Alumni House on 6/4! https://t.co/quRtDjs2pi
@WMNews: Newton-Blanchard Prize encourages creative writing across the disciplines https://t.co/CKFLgvtePD
This week’s #WrenCrushWednesday photo is a stunning infrared shot of the Wren Building captured by Charles Dufor. Thank you for sharing it with us, Colonial Williamsburg!
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#TribeTravels in the Scottish Highlands c/o @brookelizzy976 ・・・ The perks of being a WaMStA
@williamandmary: Two W&M scientists have received funds to help bring their discoveries into the market. https://t.co/FnHkMUsChI https://t.co/Z5hEwrvZIN
McHenry: What influences the size of the gender wage gap?
College of William & Mary Assistant Professor of Economics, Peter McHenry discusses the factors that influence the size of the gender wage gap. Learn more about Peter McHenry here. http://www.wm.edu/as/economics/faculty/directory/mchenry_p.php
McHenry: The relationship between wage gaps and discrimination
College of William & Mary Assistant Professor of Economics, Peter McHenry discusses the relationship between wage gaps and discrimination. Learn more about Peter McHenry here. http://www.wm.edu/as/economics/faculty/directory/mchenry_p.php
McHenry: Economists study a variety of wage gaps
College of William & Mary Assistant Professor of Economics, Peter McHenry shares his academic opinion on the various types of wage gaps in the United States. Learn more about Peter McHenry here. http://www.wm.edu/as/economics/faculty/directory/mchenry_p.php
McHenry: Differences in compensation between men and women in the professions
College of William & Mary Assistant Professor of Economics, Peter McHenry speaks about the differences men and women have in compensation in the labor market. Learn more about Peter McHenry here. http://www.wm.edu/as/economics/faculty/directory/mchenry_p.php
@WMNews: Test of the W&M emergency siren & notification system. No action necessary. During an emergency,info will follow. https://t.co/iBSXeXamO4
@WMNews: President Taylor Reveley's message to the W&M community on Orlando https://t.co/5Y7Fsrjrzq
@williamandmary: #WrenCrushWednesday https://t.co/Ise2LBVUsY
@WMNews: ICYMI: W&M will test its emergency notification system and siren today (June 15) https://t.co/cKXU7cZlK2
More than 70 members of the William & Mary community gathered at the Wren Building Monday night to honor the victims of the Orlando shooting. Learn more: http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2016/candlelight-vigil-honors-people-killed-in-orlando-attack.php?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=william-%26-mary&utm_campaign=orlando-shooting
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@WMNews: William & Mary scientists receive Commonwealth Research Commercialization Funds https://t.co/ACwDuRGONY https://t.co/T7eCcMrlTs
@williamandmary: The W&M community gathered for a vigil Monday night in honor of those killed in Orlando. https://t.co/771RsLiSGS https://t.co/R9KYIdL1Jy
@WMNews: Candlelight vigil at W&M honors people killed in Orlando attack. https://t.co/N2Is2RwzTe https://t.co/vjliUcRgsI
The W&M community gathered Monday night to pay their respects to the victims of the Orlando shooting. Vigil hosted by @lambdaalliance.
@williamandmary: Find out why @VIMS_News researchers are releasing 'Frankenturtles' into #ChesapeakeBay: https://t.co/5uLRRtcJgg https://t.co/gxltmCCKpn
@williamandmary: RT @WMSchoolofBiz Raymond A. Mason '59 was recently named a Business and Civic Hall of Fame honoree by @baltimoresun https://t.co/8WOy3YbqZa
@WMNews: Researchers release 'Frankenturtles' into Chesapeake Bay https://t.co/wo8LsEsBBh via @VIMS_News
@WMNews: These employees will be honored today (June 14) for 5 to 60 years of service to W&M https://t.co/D87KOF5Dq9
@williamandmary: Five #wmAlumni have been appointed to the W&M Board of Visitors, @GovernorVA announced today. https://t.co/Vkn8R7NDnU
@WMNews: Five appointed to William & Mary Board of Visitors https://t.co/oEb5V5rebG
@WMNews: William & Mary to test emergency notification system, siren Wednesday (June 15) https://t.co/DvQlFbQTtC
@williamandmary: Guy Brown & Betsy Croswell top a long list of devoted university employees. https://t.co/pzbFzJDn8c
@williamandmary: RT @WMNews: .@williamandmary Lambda Alliance to host vigil for Orlando Monday night https://t.co/oJ9QeUuhZ8
@WMNews: .@williamandmary Lambda Alliance to host vigil for Orlando Monday night https://t.co/oJ9QeUuhZ8
@williamandmary: RT @21Sani: @williamandmary + @WMAlumni + Hong Kong = Alma Mater gone global https://t.co/RrQDy18mSg
Guy Brown celebrates 60 years at W&M
Staff member Guy Brown has served the university for 60 years.
@WMNews: You won't find more loyal employees than Guy Brown and Betsy Croswell. Read about them. https://t.co/iY8nTU6yLZ https://t.co/qjBe3nsQzQ
@williamandmary: RT @WMNews: Our hearts and thoughts are with all those affected by the shooting in Orlando early today.
@WMNews: Our hearts and thoughts are with all those affected by the shooting in Orlando early today.
Have a great weekend, Tribe!
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Beautiful #wmInSummer day. ☀️
@WMNews: RT @WMLawSchool: New online resource: State #ElectionLaw eBenchbook https://t.co/3mdkckrZIS #Virginia #Florida #Colorado @WMNews
@WMNews: VIMS modeler joins in ensemble forecast of 2016 Gulf dead zone https://t.co/lL7PdeMdbT via @VIMS_News
@WMNews: The craft behind the comedy of @pattonoswalt ’91 https://t.co/3RycxeRPH4 via @WMAlumni https://t.co/Xu4lgDZ9nF
What's your favorite memory of the Wren Building? #WrenCrushWednesday
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Allison Heisel ’16 has been named Active Citizen of the Year by Break Away for her work with the university’s Branch Out alternative breaks program as well as her leadership on campus. Congratulations, Allison!
Commitment to active citizenship earns W&M grad national award
Middle Eastern Music Ensemble Miracle Concert
The Middle Eastern Music Ensemble performs traditional and folk music in the Wren Building Chapel. Family Weekend 2013 Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Family Weekend Picnic
Picnic for students and families in the Wren Yard. Family Weekend 2013 Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Choir Concert
The William & Mary Choir performance on Parents’ Day, Friday, May 6, 1966. Courtesy of University Archives Photograph Collection, Special Collections Research Center, Earl Gregg Swem Library William & Mary
Parents’ Day
Parents’ Day, May 6, 1966. Courtesy of University Archives Photograph Collection, Special Collections Research Center, Earl Gregg Swem Library William & Mary
Baseball game
Students and families watch a baseball game on the field next to Zable Stadium, on Parents’ Day, May 6, 1966. Courtesy of University Archives Photograph Collection, Special Collections Research Center, Earl Gregg Swem Library William & Mary
Welcome to Parents’ Day
William & Mary President Davis Y. Paschall greets parents arriving to campus for Parents’ Day. Courtesy of University Archives Photograph Collection, Special Collections Research Center, Earl Gregg Swem Library William & Mary
Faculty Panel Discussion
During Parents’ Day 1966, a panel of faculty discussed “Classroom Instruction at William and Mary.” Courtesy of University Archives Photograph Collection, Special Collections Research Center, Earl Gregg Swem Library William & Mary
#TribeTravels in Athens! #wmregram c/o @quetzabelbenavides
2016 Honorary Degree Recipient: John Bridgeland
Where have you been so far this summer? We love seeing photos of your adventures. Be sure to tag them on Twitter and Instagram using #TribeTravels. Here's a photo from Iceland by Katie Greenberg '16.
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#MatoakaMonday #wmregram c/o @katielecornu
William & Mary Welcomes 2016 Summer Students to America’s Capital City

My name is Kady Kriner and I am a 2016 DCSI student. For those of you who do not know about DCSI, it is W&M’s DC Summer Institute Program: DCSI fellows earn 6 W&M credits through this academic program composed of an accelerated course that involves networking with experts and alums through guest lectures and […]

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Emily Bessler '14 moved through the ranks to become a platoon leader for the United States Army. She says her W&M education has been key. http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2016/in-command-emily-bessler-14-exemplifies-leadership-for-the-army.php
In command: Emily Bessler ’14 exemplifies leadership for the Army
We're so proud of these amazing student-athletes. Help cheer on @wmtribebaseball as they take on UVA in the first round of the NCAA Baseball Tournament in Charlottesville this morning! #wmregram c/o @momsoftweensandteens: They won their conference playoffs! Congrats to my son Charley and his teammates at William & Mary! On to the NCAA's! #williamandmary #proudmoment
The Raft Debate: Tournament of Champions is coming at you LIVE via W&M Alumni! What a great way to kick off the inaugural William & Mary Weekend in Washington, DC. #WMWeekend
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Wish you were here, Tribe. Come back soon! #wmInSummer #nottechnically
We're proud to call Williamsburg "home." Thanks to all who voted. #TribePride
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How Lucky Am I

I’ve never been a particularly emotional person. Traditions don’t bring a tear to my eye and goodbyes don’t require a whole box of tissues. What I am, however, is sentimental, and that’s exactly how graduation made me feel. Sentimental. At the risk of sounding overly cheesy, I remember my first visit to William & Mary after […]

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The William & Mary Difference
#wmregram c/o @santosleena: William & Mary economics buddies in Oxford 😊☕️🇬🇧 #tribetravels #tribe #williamandmary #twamp #oxford #england #summer
Inside Cuba: Students' perspective
Students in the New Media Workshop under the direction of Ann Marie Stock and Troy Davis discuss their trip to Cuba.
Congratulations to William & Mary Tribe Baseball! The team is heading to the NCAA Baseball Tournament after winning its second-ever CAA tournament title (and first since 2001) last night. Go Tribe!
Tribe baseball to face UVA Friday in NCAA tournament
Thank you, from the William & Mary community to all the service men and women who have fallen while so bravely serving this country. #memorialday
Thank you, from the William & Mary community to all the service men and women who have fallen while so bravely serving this country. #MemorialDay
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The Wren Building circa 1950 (top) and earlier today (bottom). It may be the oldest college building still standing in the US, but its beauty never fades. #ThrowbackThursday
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💚💛 #wmregram c/o @formanywords
Searching Lake Matoaka
Graham Bryant J.D. '16 searches for the hidden treasures of Lake Matoaka.
#WrenCrushWednesday #wmregram c/o @lexpetitxlapin ・・・ Ye olde Wren building. #williamandmary #wm #studentaffairs #virginia #history #williamsburg #old #historic #wren
Palermo: Authority, modernism and Picasso
Charles Palermo, associate professor of art history, discusses his book "Modernism and Authority: Picasso and His Milieu Around 1900."
W&M blogger David Trichler recently reached out to AidData research assistants to get a better understanding of what they value most on campus. Do you have any advice for incoming students who are wondering what to do once they are on campus?
You’re headed to college - now what? - The William & Mary Blogs
We are loving your #TribeTravels photos! Keep 'em coming, Tribe! #wmregram c/o @jaschouten92: An afternoon at Kensington Palace taking a picture with every William & Mary related thing I could find. #tribepride #almamater #kensingtonpalace #williamandmary #wmalumni #travelswithma #summer2k16 #tribetravels
Rain, rain, go away! We are ready for warm, summer days in the ‘burg. #MatoakaMonday
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Who's ready for the rain to stop? #wmInSummer is just around the corner! #MatoakaMonday
An Insider’s Guide to Graduation Weekend

What kind of graduation weekend you have, or want to have, is a highly individual question. It depends on your preferences and energy levels; how many friends and relatives you have coming into town; and whether you’re an extrovert or an introvert, and therefore love or only tolerate large crowds. I count myself among the […]

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Environmental Law: A Different Kind of Sustainable Change

Elizabeth Andrews, the new director of the Virginia Coastal Policy Center (VCPC) and a William & Mary alumnus, has patiently watched as opinions and attitudes regarding environmental policy have evolved. One of the most common environmental policy issues that VCPC deals with is sea level rise and recurrent flooding in Virginia, especially in the Hampton […]

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Exploring eco-therapy: A Sharpe project
Sharpe Scholar Katie McCormack ’19 begins looking at the relationship between stress and eco-therapy at William and Mary.
Sunshine & blue skies on campus. Happy Friday!
Transfer Waitlist Update

We Admit It!  Now that the deposit deadline has passed, it is finally time for us to provide a waitlist update specific to our transfer applicants. The good news is that we are going to be able to admit students from the waitlist. But, it’s important to keep in mind that just as with the freshman waitlist, […]

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McCall: What are biblical ethics?
College of William & Mary visiting assistant professor of Biblical Hebrew, Robin McCall discusses biblical ethics. Learn more about professor Robin McCall http://www.wm.edu/as/classicalstudies/faculty/mccall_r.php Learn more about W&M's Classical Studies department http://www.wm.edu/as/classicalstudies/index.php
McCall: How do biblical ethics help society?
College of William & Mary visiting assistant professor of Biblical Hebrew, Robin McCall discusses the positive and negative contributions of biblical ethics. Learn more about professor Robin McCall http://www.wm.edu/as/classicalstudies/faculty/mccall_r.php Learn more about W&M's Classical Studies department http://www.wm.edu/as/classicalstudies/index.php
McCall: How do biblical ethics define morality?
College of William & Mary visiting assistant professor of Biblical Hebrew, Robin McCall discusses how biblical ethics define morality. Learn more about professor Robin McCall http://www.wm.edu/as/classicalstudies/faculty/mccall_r.php Learn more about W&M's Classical Studies department http://www.wm.edu/as/classicalstudies/index.php
You’re headed to college – now what?

Last month I gave a presentation during W&M’s admitted student day. While it’s pushing a couple of decades, I well remember the agony and excitement around the decision of where to attend college, and I wanted to provide insights that I would find most helpful were I back in their shoes. So in grand scholarly […]

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Last Class of the Semester

I cried when I prepared for my last class of the semester. Well, not quite cried, maybe—I got choked up. I had some possible reasons. It was late Monday morning and I was teaching a film for the first time in a course I’d only taught once before. Nearly thirty years of teaching and I […]

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Help William & Mary’s finalist entry in the American Society for Microbiology's Agar Art contest win the People’s Choice Award by “liking” their emojis rendered in bacteria! #AgarArt2016 Learn more about the team: http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2016/its-time-to-get-out-the-vote-for-wms-agar-art-entry.php
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W&M in 30: Commencement 2016
Congratulations, Class of 2016! #wmgrad
Hate to Say Goodbye

Congrats to the Class of 2016! By now, every social media feed is full of graduation pictures, mailboxes with grad party invites. Last year as a freshman, graduation didn’t really have much of an impact on me. I had only a few senior friends and was happy to send them off to bigger and better things. […]

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Commencement 2016: Student speech by Opoku-Yeboah
Seth Opoku-Yeboah delivers the student speech during 2016 commencement exercises at William & Mary.
Commencement 2016: President's closing remarks
Closing remarks by W&M President Taylor Reveley during 2016 commencement exercises at William & Mary.
Commencement 2016: Keynote by Jill Ellis '88
Jill Ellis '88 delivers the keynote speech during the 2016 commencement exercises at William & Mary.
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Commencement 2016
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2016 Honorary Degree Recipient: Jillian Ellis
Class of 2016: Commencement walk
The W&M class of 2016 walks across campus toward its commencement.
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Commencement 2016
Commencement Speaker Jill Ellis '88 takes a selfie at #wmgrad 2016 Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Commencement 2016
Commencement Speaker Jill Ellis '88 takes a selfie at #wmgrad 2016
Commencement 2016
#wmgrad 2016 Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Commencement 2016
#wmgrad 2016 Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Comfortably Disoriented in the Blue Ridge Mountains

Note: this post was written last September after the Fall 2015 Geology Department field trip, however it never got posted. As the Spring semester comes to a close I thought it was time to stop being a slacker and post this long overdue field trip report! Last week I spent much time at administrative meetings […]

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W&M class of 2016: Senior reflections
Members of the W&M class of 2016 share thoughts on the eve of graduation.
Graduation Reflections from a Transfer

It was a Tuesday afternoon and I was lounging on a bench outside of Jamestown South dorm, eyes closed, soaking in the last of the afternoon sun when I realized the next week was my last week of my undergraduate life. The comprehension hit me like a plunge into cold water. I had known for […]

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W&M observes Mercury's transit
Members of the W&M community observed Mercury's transit of the Sun.
Oyster Restoration: Preserving an Ecosystem and Culture

Ever since 7th grade, Melissa Karp has been passionate about oysters in the Chesapeake Bay. Her interest was sparked after partaking in a summer program in which she learned about oyster reef ecology while sailing around the Chesapeake Bay. Little did she know that one day she would end up at VIMS researching oyster restoration […]

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Freshman Waitlist Update

We Admit It! May 2 has come and gone, meaning the next (and final) phase of the college admission cycle has begun: the waitlist review process. We realize that students on our waitlist are anxious to know whether or not they have a chance of being admitted to W&M. To help reduce your anxiety, today […]

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Master Class with the Esterhazy Trio
W&M students receive some one-on-one instruction from members of Vienna's Esterhazy Trio.
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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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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Scene@W&M: Earth Day in Sadler
Scenes from an event of the Earth Day 2016 celebration.
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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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/
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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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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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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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.
William & Mary Women's Leadership Summit and Stock Pitch Competition
Scene@W&M: Night under the stars
W&M students are treated to ice cream before being taken into the W&M observatory.
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.'
One Tribe One Day: Episode 307: Outtakes
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One Tribe One Day: Episode 306: Swemy Doo
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One Tribe One Day: Episode 305: The Taylor Reveley Show
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One Tribe One Day: Episode 304: Law & Order: Honor Code Unit
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One Tribe One Day: Episode 303: The Walking Bread
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One Tribe One Day: Episode 302: Tribe of Cards
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One Tribe One Day: Episode 301: Now Dreaming
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