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@williamandmary: It was a great weekend for students and their #wmfamilies. Read about the festivities: https://t.co/7NzE9AGAFX https://t.co/vdMB6J2RA0
@williamandmary: Don't miss the next #wmTackLecture: “The Detective is [not] a Nazi" Learn more & RSVP: https://t.co/6GtSj7KFuU https://t.co/v53ESkpxbK
Tack Faculty Lecture Series Featuring Bruce Campbell
@WMNews: It was all about #wmFamilies this weekend at @williamandmary https://t.co/W39ctTIZiK
@WMNews: RT @WMAlumni: If you’re in NYC this week – look up. On 9/29 the @EmpireStateBldg will be illuminated in W&M’s green & gold for a… https://t.co/B7EpsBrtUM
Simply beautiful. Original photo: https://www.instagram.com/p/BJ-RgfiDUyC/?taken-by=furrygodmom
#wmRegram - Instagram photos from the W&M community
@williamandmary: MT @WMAlumni: If you’re in NYC this week – look up. On 9/29 the @EmpireStateBldg will be illuminated in W&M’s green… https://t.co/ATjD5s8n7L
@WMNews: RT @_TargetSmart: TargetSmart & @williamandmary release poll of OH likely voters HRC 40 Trump 37 Full tabs and @tableau dashboard:… https://t.co/feTXf1Hhk0
@WMNews: First @williamandmary & @_TargetSmart battleground state poll shows Clinton with narrow edge in #Ohio https://t.co/9nWrtxHZDq #Election2016
@williamandmary: On @Snapchat? Follow @TribeMensHoops and catch up with alumnus @M3Thornton tomorrow. #wmAlumni https://t.co/Y6JG5aZ4s0
@WMNews: RT @VIMS_News: The @WhiteHouse announces #SmartCity funding as VIMS will partner w/ @CityofNN on better managing coastal flooding.… https://t.co/908n27wYa7
@williamandmary: What great weather today, a nice breeze, low 70s...a perfect #wmInAutumn day in the 'burg. Happy Monday, Tribe! https://t.co/uyGM2E7RtT
Clouds & a cupola. ☁️ #wmregram c/o @2eatdaley
@williamandmary: ICYMI: W&M Hall has a new name. https://t.co/QVZyVcDpgb https://t.co/DfmE2BubXR
@WMNews: RT @williamandmary: On campus and interested in undergrad research? The Summer Research Showcase starts @ 2pm today in Blow. More info: https://t.co/njr1m4cs8K
@williamandmary: On campus and interested in undergrad research? The Summer Research Showcase starts @ 2pm today in Blow. More info: https://t.co/njr1m4cs8K
@WMNews: RT @VIMS_News: Toxic algal bloom explodes in #chesapeakebay this summer - @VIMS_News researchers on the forefront - https://t.co/e9zZX4gSmw
@williamandmary: RT @WMNews: Check out how W&M professors are working the new curriculum into their courses. https://t.co/z7TZkKusSO
@WMNews: Not a good night. Elon 27, Tribe 10 in CAA football.
@williamandmary: RT @DOD_Behar: Dressing up for game day ... Lets #GoTribe 💛 #RisingTribe #ELONvsWM #BeatThePHX #WM #USLNO #TF1 #CAAFB https://t.co/3lNIJtg50Q
@williamandmary: RT @WMLibraries: Excited to welcome W&M families today for our open house! #wmfamilies https://t.co/oXpxNTpdrQ
It’s officially fall in Williamsburg. What memories do you have of #wmInAutumn?
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@WMNews: Check out how W&M professors are working the new curriculum into their courses. https://t.co/z7TZkKusSO
@williamandmary: A dedication ceremony for the new ISC 3 was held yesterday. Have you had a chance to check it out? https://t.co/GtKlCpB2S1
In class: Customer Insights for Innovation
Michael Luchs, associate professor of marketing and director of the Mason School's Jim and Bobbie Ukrop Innovation & Design Studio, conducts a class in observation.
@WMNews: W&M Hall renamed Kaplan Arena in honor of Jane Thompson Kaplan '56 & Jim Kaplan '57 https://t.co/lXPdGVcKog #wmforthebold @TribeAthletics
@WMNews: Integrated Science Center: Phase 3 set to stun https://t.co/51DV0TdM9D
@williamandmary: W&M's 50th annual Family Weekend begins today! @wm_families has all of the info: https://t.co/xQbJIlFsnR #wmfamilies https://t.co/Cq0IfLDe2j
@WMNews: Board of Visitors hears progress on #engineering & #design program initiative at @williamandmary https://t.co/UKbbZgguaH
@WMNews: RT @WMLawSchool: Puller #Veterans Prof Liz Tarloski talks to @ABC Norfolk affiliate about sexual assault of men in the #military https://t.co/MH1dPvkvcP
@WMNews: W&M's new ISC 3 building was dedicated today. Check with us tomorrow for a story and more photos. https://t.co/Z7EvLEVNLH
@WMNews: W&M front and center in the movement to curb hazing on campus. https://t.co/yHA96JZ2Eh https://t.co/f2sYMY27Mj
It's been a rainy week in the 'burg. How are you spending the #FirstDayofFall? ☔️🍂🍃 #wmInAutumn #wmregram c/o @emmaefkeman
We're so excited to kick off the 50th anniversary of Family Weekend tomorrow! What are you looking forward to the most (or what did you love most about your Family Weekend)? #wmfamilies More info from W&M Parent and Family Programs: http://www.wm.edu/familyweekend
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@williamandmary: Happy #FirstDayofFall, Tribe! We can't wait to see the vibrant colors of #wmInAutumn. #TBT #wmregram c/o halliewest https://t.co/Ernr13i7LJ
@williamandmary: .@VIMS_News prof Kevin Weng is working with two W&M undergrads to uncover the secrets behind #shark behavior. More: https://t.co/8guTqOk1KI
@WMNews: W&M's 50th annual Family Weekend begins tomorrow! This photo is from the first in '66 https://t.co/wjHqm8xHic https://t.co/U5UjG0Jcby
Meet the Transfer Ambassadors: Sarah

Hi everyone!  My name is Sarah and I’m a senior, double majoring in finance and applied math here at William & Mary. I transferred in the spring of 2014 from a private, out-of-state university and have absolutely loved my experience at W&M! I’ve had so many opportunities that I would’ve never had elsewhere, from meeting […]

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@WMNews: Mark your calendars for the annual W&M Raft Debate. Which professor and discipline will survive (if any)? https://t.co/IUf9qcVMug #highered
@williamandmary: RT @WMNews: Go to the ends of the earth, and the Tribe will still be there. #TribeTravels https://t.co/m9BX0n40EO
One Scholar, One Day: Melissa Commander '17
@WMNews: Melissa Commander took full advantage of winning the Concord Traveling Scholarship last summer. https://t.co/CCFTdokEYp
@WMNews: RT @williamandmary: Last year @WMAlumni lit up the Wren to celebrate #WMForTheBold. Can you guess what iconic building they are lightin… https://t.co/ke1ooinZJh
@williamandmary: Last year @WMAlumni lit up the Wren to celebrate #WMForTheBold. Can you guess what iconic building they are lightin https://t.co/ke1ooinZJh
@WMNews: W&M students collaborate with a VIMS professor to decode the behavior of #sharks #SharkWeek https://t.co/KACGs0jYkJ https://t.co/EE7MDTGgNR
Shark research at Wachapreague
Professor Kevin Weng describes his ongoing research with sharks at the Eastern Shore Lab of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS).
Small Hall to Eastern Shore: Shark acceleration research
Students in the Small Hall maker space create devices for VIMS professor Kevin Weng to use in his shark research at the Eastern Shore Lab.
@williamandmary: "Wrainy Wren" c/o Hannah McKiernan '17 (@hannahgracie13). #WrenCrushWednesday #wmregram https://t.co/0FnOI4W8pb
"Wrainy Wren" c/o @hannahgracie13 #wmregram #WrenCrushWednesday
@WMNews: Go to the ends of the earth, and the Tribe will still be there. https://t.co/nhsoQUKfGR
@williamandmary: Family Weekend is almost here. Are you coming to campus? Lots to do: https://t.co/xQbJIlFsnR #wmFamilies https://t.co/y5QGGMopz1
@williamandmary: So beautiful RT @WM_Admission Sunset over the Sunken Garden by W&M student Shannon F. https://t.co/srZISyZDTQ
@williamandmary: RT @WMSchoolofBiz: The EMBA at W&M just turned 30! Read what alumni had to say about the celebration: https://t.co/zkFpU0V4tw
Friends meeting up for the BSO picnic
The Black Student Organization hosted a Back to School cookout. Food, fellowship and music were all on the menu for W&M students and the local community. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
The BSO poses for a group photo
The Black Student Organization hosted a Back to School cookout. Food, fellowship and music were all on the menu for W&M students and the local community. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Your hard-at-work BSO chef
The Black Student Organization hosted a Back to School cookout. Food, fellowship and music were all on the menu for W&M students and the local community. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
I love that photo of him!
The Black Student Organization hosted a Back to School cookout. Food, fellowship and music were all on the menu for W&M students and the local community. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
She's a fan of chef #2
The Black Student Organization hosted a Back to School cookout. Food, fellowship and music were all on the menu for W&M students and the local community. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
The unofficial photographer
The Black Student Organization hosted a Back to School cookout. Food, fellowship and music were all on the menu for W&M students and the local community. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
The smokin' hot BSO grillmasters
The Black Student Organization hosted a Back to School cookout. Food, fellowship and music were all on the menu for W&M students and the local community. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
@WMNews: RT @WMSchoolofBiz: The EMBA at @williamandmary just turned 30! Read what alumni had to say about the celebration. https://t.co/cmGvxys6UH
@williamandmary: Hey campus: Stop by the Terrace today from 3-6 to blend your own smoothie by riding a bike. #smoothiebike @insideamp https://t.co/vh8N51PbGi
@WMNews: Join the conversation. Prof. John Riofrio discussing immigration, live at noon on HearSay. Tune in: WHRO 89.5
@WMNews: .@WMLibraries selects @AnnMarieWM as new faculty scholar https://t.co/DD7mi8KDGg
@williamandmary: .@WMLawSchool prof Christie Warren is creating tools for peace @EuropeanUni. #TribePride #wmabroad https://t.co/UF9JXa8wZA
@WMNews: RT @WMAlumni: #WMAlumni Assoc. named its Service Awards in honor of one of W&M’s most devoted & loyal alumni Douglas N. Morton ’62 https://t.co/4GV4sXM0sL
@WMNews: W&M profs and public pollsters @_TargetSmart team up to administer election surveys https://t.co/EYkroT27OX https://t.co/xpXkXBYpW0
It’s been a soggy and wet Monday in the ‘burg. Days like today make us appreciate views like this even more. #MatoakaMonday
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@williamandmary: RT @_TargetSmart: We are proud to announce our exciting public polling partnership with @williamandmary. See the full release here:… https://t.co/VHH51Mhunb
Let's pretend it hasn't been raining all day and enjoy this beautiful view for a moment. #MatoakaMonday #wmregram c/o @hellooooooha
@williamandmary: It's a rainy Monday in the 'burg. Don't forget to grab an umbrella before heading to class! #crazyweather
General medicine, drug reps, and celebrations

This past week, I had my general medicine rotation and was taken aback by the plethora of discrete cases that came through. These cases covered almost all of the body’s organs and ranged from simple fevers to complex tumors. The reason for such a varied patient base in general medicine is that many specialists such […]

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A Study Abroad Walecome

This semester I am lucky enough to be studying abroad at Cardiff University in Wales! (see title). I’ve been in Cardiff for a few days and now that I’ve gotten some sleep, unpacked a little, and explored the city I’ll be living in for the next three months, I can reflect on how I got here. It’s […]

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@WMNews: .@WMLawSchool professor heads to Europe with #fulbright fellowship to create tools for peace https://t.co/ocgskPPQ5y
Integrated Science Center, phase 3
The third phase of the recently opened Integrated Science Center measures 113,000 square feet. It has a four-story core that has been called “the machine of science.” Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Integrated Science Center, phase 3
The third phase of the recently opened Integrated Science Center measures 113,000 square feet. It has a four-story core that has been called “the machine of science.” Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Integrated Science Center, phase 3
The third phase of the recently opened Integrated Science Center measures 113,000 square feet. It has a four-story core that has been called “the machine of science.” Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
ISC3 Research Laboratory
The normal comings and goings of students and faculty who work in the ISC, coupled with the auditoria traffic, create an opportunity to develop the atrium into a social space. So there will be a coffee shop. Four “display labs” with large windows facing the atrium will let visitors look in and see science in action. Large digital monitors will be installed to showcase additional work. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
ISC3 student study space
The third phase of the recently opened Integrated Science Center measures 113,000 square feet. It has a four-story core that has been called “the machine of science.” Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
ISC3 student study space
The third phase of the recently opened Integrated Science Center measures 113,000 square feet. It has a four-story core that has been called “the machine of science.” Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Element Cafe at ISC3
The normal comings and goings of students and faculty who work in the ISC, coupled with the auditoria traffic, create an opportunity to develop the atrium into a social space. So there will be a coffee shop. Four “display labs” with large windows facing the atrium will let visitors look in and see science in action. Large digital monitors will be installed to showcase additional work. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
ISC3 crossover
The third phase of the recently opened Integrated Science Center measures 113,000 square feet. It has a four-story core that has been called “the machine of science.” Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Crossover for ISC3
The third phase of the recently opened Integrated Science Center measures 113,000 square feet. It has a four-story core that has been called “the machine of science.” Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Open atrium of ISC3
The normal comings and goings of students and faculty who work in the ISC, coupled with the auditoria traffic, create an opportunity to develop the atrium into a social space. So there will be a coffee shop. Four “display labs” with large windows facing the atrium will let visitors look in and see science in action. Large digital monitors will be installed to showcase additional work. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
ISC3 study nook
The third phase of the recently opened Integrated Science Center measures 113,000 square feet. It has a four-story core that has been called “the machine of science.” Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
ISC3's open atrium
The normal comings and goings of students and faculty who work in the ISC, coupled with the auditoria traffic, create an opportunity to develop the atrium into a social space. So there will be a coffee shop. Four “display labs” with large windows facing the atrium will let visitors look in and see science in action. Large digital monitors will be installed to showcase additional work. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Sisterly love
Meet the Greeks is an informal gathering for new students to meet members of the fraternity & sorority chapters for some fun in the sun in the Sunken Garden. Information is also available on the recruitment process. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Greek Life fills the Sunken Garden
Meet the Greeks is an informal gathering for new students to meet members of the fraternity & sorority chapters for some fun in the sun in the Sunken Garden. Information is also available on the recruitment process. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Come. Join a W&M sorority!
Meet the Greeks is an informal gathering for new students to meet members of the fraternity & sorority chapters for some fun in the sun in the Sunken Garden. Information is also available on the recruitment process. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Catching up with old friends
Meet the Greeks is an informal gathering for new students to meet members of the fraternity & sorority chapters for some fun in the sun in the Sunken Garden. Information is also available on the recruitment process. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Guys learning about W&M fraternity life
Meet the Greeks is an informal gathering for new students to meet members of the fraternity & sorority chapters for some fun in the sun in the Sunken Garden. Information is also available on the recruitment process. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Alpha Phi Alpha brothers
Meet the Greeks is an informal gathering for new students to meet members of the fraternity & sorority chapters for some fun in the sun in the Sunken Garden. Information is also available on the recruitment process. Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
@williamandmary: MT @WMNews: W&M alumnus @pattonoswalt '91 won an #Emmy last night for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special https://t.co/rxzZk56gZi
@WMNews: ICYMI: W&M alumnus @pattonoswalt '91 won an Emmy last night for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special #wmalumni https://t.co/b4oOzB0Gme
@williamandmary: RT @DOD_Behar: I could never get bored with photographing a College full of American History... #WM #Wren #Tribe #WMNightshots https://t.co/lGUThd5B3O
@williamandmary: RT @WMNews: Tribe football 35-10 over Norfolk State to break in the "new" Zabe!
@WMNews: Tribe football 35-10 over Norfolk State to break in the "new" Zabe!
@WMNews: The Williamsburg Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will ring the Wren Bell at 4 p.m. to commemorate Constitution Day.
@williamandmary: Will u be there? #RisingTribe MT @TribeAthletics: It's quiet now, but not tomorrow for Tribe Football's home opener! https://t.co/285zRv2ulc
@williamandmary: Rumor has it @insideamp is bringing Bubble Soccer back to Busch Field tonight for students! Have you played? #GameOn https://t.co/w0nzKAgn7L
@WMNews: Gov. Terry McAuliffe has appointed John Littel to succeed Ted Dintersmith on the W&M Board of Visitors. https://t.co/67ORGnrrp3
@WMNews: W&M football plays a home game tomorrow. The team's ready. So is Zable Stadium. https://t.co/wSaYbJ6Un7 https://t.co/JWxdMQJdtE
Open house at Zable
Tribe Athletics held an "open house" to showcase new features of Zable Stadium.
@williamandmary: RT @WMAlumni: William Ivey Long ’69 is one of the most sought-after costume designers on Broadway and in Hollywood. https://t.co/Wot7NJjr6A #WMForTheBold
@WMNews: The W&M Board of Visitors will meet in Williamsburg next week, Sept. 21-23. https://t.co/Hjjm0OxraS https://t.co/2tbLJoXtel
#wmregram c/o @jackieeeanna ・・・ 😍😍😍 #williamandmary #crimdell
Samantha Boateng ’20 is being recognized by HerCampus.com as one of their “22 Under 22 Most Inspiring College Women.” Her organization, Read to Lead, promotes a love of reading by providing access to books and resources to children in Ghana. #TribePride! http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2016/wm-freshman-honored-for-building-library-in-ghana.php
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Teaching and Application, Forest and the Trees

This semester is my first teaching a course. It has a focus on the application of policy tools in international relations. Each week we discuss a different level of government, such as development, trade, or the use of force. It is hard to teach. Challenging students while also creating a safe community for questions is […]

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@williamandmary: Sam Boateng '20 is one of @HerCampus' "22 Under 22 Most Inspiring College Women" #TribePride https://t.co/c906S4ldzv https://t.co/UIu0K1dYaH
@WMNews: .@williamandmary freshman @SamRBoateng honored for building library in #Ghana https://t.co/QWBSZ2IjRo #wm2020
@williamandmary: The new semester means new opportunities to enjoy the arts @ W&M. Learn more: https://t.co/QofEEOr5oY https://t.co/iGyBcYrZnb
Meet the Transfer Ambassadors: Megan

Hi! My name is Megan, and I am a senior at W&M this year. ..Weird. Truly, it feels like just moments ago that I was walking around campus my second night here, drinking in the beauty of that humid August evening. I was (and still am) so, so incredibly happy to be here, that I was already […]

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@williamandmary: 93 degrees right now in the 'burg. Hang in there, Tribe. #wmInAutumn & cooler temps are just around the corner. https://t.co/iL3dkYQ5zZ
Cole : How should the next president approach HBCUs?
Eddie R. Cole, a professor of higher education at William & Mary, discusses Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) and their relationship to the educational policies of the next President of The United States (POTUS).
Cole: The next president's focus on college debt
Eddie R. Cole, a professor of higher education at William & Mary, discusses college debt and its relationship to the educational policies of the next President of The United States (POTUS).
Cole: What should the next Secretary of Education focus on?
Eddie R. Cole, a professor of higher education at William & Mary, discusses what the next Secretary of Education should focus on in regards to education in the United States.
Gareis: What type of Secretary of Education should the next president pick?
Christopher Gareis, a professor of curriculum leadership at William & Mary, discusses the qualities the next President of The United States (POTUS) should look for in choosing a Secretary of Education.
Gareis: What should the next president focus on regarding education?
Christopher Gareis, a professor of curriculum leadership at William & Mary, discusses the educational priorities of the next President of The United States (POTUS).
Gareis: Most important factor the next president should consider
Christopher Gareis, a professor of curriculum leadership at William & Mary, discusses the most important factor the next President of The United States (POTUS) should consider when creating educational policies.
Do you know where we are? #WhereatWM
The Many Hands of Teaching

Nearly three weeks into the fall semester and the year is up and running. Papers will be coming in at the end of this week and next thing I know it will be midterm. Every year takes off with this kind of a rush; before I know it, it feels as if I’ve never stopped. […]

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Medical camps, Operating Theatre, and more

Heading to a medical camp seventy kilometers away, I didn’t know what to expect. From what I gathered, the camp would provide free medical supplies and medical care to the local residents, but, other than that, my range of knowledge about the services provided by the camp was limited. We started our trip to Giddalur, […]

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#wmregram c/o @furrygodmom
U.S. News and World Report’s annual college rankings place W&M 6th among public institutions, 12th for best undergraduate teaching and tied for 32nd among all universities in the country. #TribePride!
U.S. News, others rank W&M among top universities
The Project on International Peace & Security (PIPS)
The Project on International Peace & Security (PIPS) is an undergraduate think tank designed to bridge the gap between the academic and foreign policy communities in the area of undergraduate education. PIPS is premised on two core beliefs: (1) rigorous policy-relevant research is a valuable component of a student’s education; and (2) undergraduates, when guided by faculty and policymakers, can make meaningful contributions to national security debates — their creativity and energy are untapped resources. To this end, PIPS each year selects six research fellows (juniors and seniors) and six research interns (freshmen and sophomores). Research fellows identify an emerging international security challenge and develop original and carefully researched policy recommendations. Research interns support the work of the fellows and learn the craft of conducting policy research and writing briefs. The briefs written by PIPS research fellows and interns form the basis of published articles and honors theses. In addition, PIPS fellows have the opportunity to present their work to policy officials and scholars at a year-end symposium in Washington, D.C. Fellows and interns also receive assistance in presenting their papers at academic and policy conferences and attaining internships. Learn More about PIPS: http://www.wm.edu/offices/itpir/pips/
Let It Rain

I’m teaching Weather, Climate, & Change (pdf) – a COLL 100 course – to 40 enthusiastic students who are in their first semester at W&M.  Nearly every day in class, I play the Song of the Day — it’s a musical interlude intended to add some rhythm to class (literally), and the song lyrics connect, in some […]

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Rise & shine, Tribe! It's a beautiful Monday morning on campus. #wmregram c/o @spaceandtimedesigns
William & Mary honors and remembers those who lost their lives in the tragic events of September 11, 2001. Today The Queens' Guard is standing watch over a memorial in the Sunken Garden. Learn more: http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2016/wms-queens-guard-prepares-for-911-remembrance.php #NeverForget
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Growing up in a place where people didn't go to college, Eboni Brown ’17 never thought she would end up at William & Mary. Today she is a Sharpe Community Scholar and the first female African-American president of the student body. Way to go, Eboni! #TribePride
One Scholar, One Day: Eboni Brown '17
Happy #AmpersandDay, Tribe!
Happy #AmpersandDay, Tribe! You can celebrate by playing in our Ampersandbox. It’s how William & Mary Undergraduate Admission shares our love of the ampersand with future students, and celebrates the “ands” that make up the lives of the W&M community. Check it out: http://ampersandbox.wm.edu
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And the semester begins…

As I sit here writing this, I like to think that I have graduated from the “tourist phase” of my semester here in DC. I now ride my bike to work in my converse, with my pants tucked into my socks. I (think) I have mastered the art of business casual, and I can use […]

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Happy #WrenCrushWednesday, Tribe!
#wmregram courtesy of Instagram's @becausebri. Original photo: https://www.instagram.com/p/BIljwr5DxxH/?taken-by=becausebri
#wmRegram - Instagram photos from the W&M community
First impressions: Santhiram General Hospital

If I had to compare my freshman orientation week at W&M to any other experience I have had, these last few days at Santhiram General Hospital and Medical College would come to mind. Feelings of anxiousness are succumbed by supportive individuals doing their best to make you feel at home. Unlike W&M’s orientation, my experience […]

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#wmregram c/o @qualitykirsten
Scene@W&M: Meet the Greens
Sustainability groups at W&M present their projects in the Sunken Garden.
One Scholar, One Day: Eboni Brown '17
Homecoming is next month! Will you be coming back to campus this year? You can register for #wmHomecoming now at: https://homecoming.wm.edu
William & Mary Alumni Association
How are you spending this lovely Friday on campus?
In honor of #ThrowbackThursday, we have two aerial photos of campus. The bottom shot was taken in 2013, but can you tell us when the top photo was taken?
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William & Mary Homecoming 2016
Come celebrate with us! Homecoming is October 13-16—do you have your tickets yet? Make plans now to come to Williamsburg to connect with old friends, walk the brick pathways and make some new memories in the place you love to call home. New events and old favorites await! From ringing the Wren Bell and walking in the parade to enjoying local craft brews in the big white tent, Homecoming offers something for everyone. See the full list of events and all the details at wmhomecoming.com.
Can you tell us when this aerial photo of campus was taken? #ThrowbackThursday #tbt
#WrenCrushWednesday
We may be the second oldest college in the nation, but we're also a university with fresh ideas, new programs, state-of-the-art facilities and high energy. Check out what’s new on campus: http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2016/whats-new-at-wm-plenty..php
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💚💚 #wmregram c/o @becausebri ・・・ Thomas Jefferson, chilling in the shade 😎 #Jefferson #presidents #ilovevirginia #williamsburg #historynerd #shades #historyisfun #becausetravel #outtheresocial #williamandmarycollege
Where is/was your favorite spot on campus to unwind? #MatoakaMonday
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Do you have a favorite place on campus to unwind? #MatoakaMonday
Wilkerson: How will the presidential candidates likely govern once elected?
Lawrence Wilkerson, distinguished adjunct professor of government and public policy at William & Mary and former Chief of Staff to Secretary of State Colin Powell, discusses how either Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton would likely govern if elected as president.
ITPIR Shark Tank overview
Overview of the 2016 "Shark Tank" competition hosted by the Institute for the Theory and Practice of International Relations (ITPIR) at William and Mary.
My name is Harsha, and I am taking a gap semester.

When I first thought of this title, I was really impressed with myself. So, I decided to share my ingenious and creative title with my roommate, thinking that he would appreciate its delicate, simplistic complexity, whatever that means. He said, “it seems like a regular title lol.” That was when I realized it would be […]

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W&M in 30: Convocation 2016
Thirty second recap of Convocation 2016 featuring an excerpt of the Opening Convocation Address by Nicco Mele '99.
Wilkerson: Donald Trump's view on NATO
Lawrence Wilkerson, distinguished adjunct professor of government and public policy at William & Mary and former Chief of Staff to Secretary of State Colin Powell, discusses Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's views on the relevancy of the North American Treaty Organization (NATO).
Wilkerson: Who should either candidate for President chose for State and Defense Secretaries?
Lawrence Wilkerson, distinguished adjunct professor of government and public policy at William & Mary and former Chief of Staff to Secretary of State Colin Powell, discusses his opinion on who should be the next Secretaries of State and Defense.
Wilkerson: How will Hillary Clinton deal with the European Union?
Lawrence Wilkerson, distinguished adjunct professor of government and public policy at William & Mary and former Chief of Staff to Secretary of State Colin Powell, discusses how Hillary Clinton will deal with the European Union
Wilkerson: What is the most important priority for the next president?
Lawrence Wilkerson, distinguished adjunct professor of government and public policy at William & Mary and former Chief of Staff to Secretary of State Colin Powell, discusses what might be the most important priority of the next President of The United States.
Inspiring words from Nicco Mele, seemingly endless high fives…did you miss (or want to relive) #wmconvocation? Watch highlights in the latest W&M in 30.
Seeing the Good in Our Mistakes

Every once in a while on this campus known for high achievers, I overhear or take part in conversations that are totally counter-cultural. People talk about how good it feels to share with others about times when they really messed up. I’ve seen this in several settings. Members of a class I taught last semester […]

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The Gessner Family Rules for College Success

Hi Everyone! My name is Cole Gessner and I’m a rising senior from Pittsburgh, PA. I am currently working as a Senior Admission Interviewer within the Office of Undergraduate Admission – this job is hands down the best I’ve ever had, and I’ve loved every minute of getting to know our visiting students. Now that […]

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Convocation 2016: Mele's keynote speech
Nicco Mele '99 delivers the keynote speech during the 2016 convocation exercises at W&M.
Convocation 2016: The Welcome Walk
Members of the W&M Class of 2020 and new transfer and graduate students are welcomed by the campus community. Read more about Opening Convocation here: http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2016/mele-to-wm-students-curiosity,-hope-will-help-heal-broken-world.php.
Class of 2020: The numbers
Statistical data on William & Mary's class of 2020.
Welcome to the Tribe! #wmconvocation
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Welcome home, Tribe! #wmconvocation
Knickpoint on the Nottoway

Deep in the heart of Southside Virginia lies a bedrock outcrop of tremendous size. Quality outcrops are rare in the Piedmont, but between the communities of Victoria and Crewe the Nottoway River tumbles over sloping bedrock ledges making a dramatic knickpoint that exposes acres of granitic gneiss in the channel. The Nottoway River is a […]

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Tomorrow we kick off a new semester and officially welcome new students at #wmconvocation. Do you have a favorite memory from your first day of classes?
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Perfect weather today. Let's hope it stays this way for #wmConvocation tomorrow! #wmorientation
Scene@W&M: Serenading Reveley
The W&M president gets a 'surprise' visit from students on the evening of move-in day.
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All the Right Moves

Welcome to the Tribe Class of 2020! Not only have you joined an amazing new family, but you have entered into a new world full of experiences, opportunities, and networks to which you will be forever connected. As freshmen and new transfers are moving in, Orientation Aides shout and cheer for their dorms, and parents give last […]

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We've got #TribePride, yes we do. We've got Tribe Pride, how about you? #wmmovein #wmorientation #wm2020 #wmtransfer
Class of 2020: Move-in day
Scenes from the 2016 move-in day at William and Mary.
Take a spin around campus with President Reveley on #wmMoveIn! #wmorientation #wm2020
Take a spin around campus with President Reveley on #wmMoveIn.
Do you have any embarrassing moments from your freshman year at W&M? Do share! (You're not alone.)
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Advice to my freshman self
W&M senior interviewers offer advice to those entering their freshman years.
We can't wait to welcome the Class of 2020 and new transfer students to W&M on Friday! Do you have a favorite memory from your first day on campus? #wmmovein #wmorientation
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Embarrassing freshman moments
W&M senior interviewers discuss some of their embarrassing moments as freshman.
Wiley: A voice for words
Associate professor of theatre Elizabeth Wiley discusses her work as an audiobook narrator.
Jump On Into Student Research

One of our summer highlights is a student research “shark tank.” Students work with staff and faculty mentors to hone an original idea, which then culminates in a pitch to “sharks” for funding (this year sharks included Drs. Steve Hanson, Dan Maliniak, Brad Parks, Jaime Settle and Mike Tierney). Student teams submitted proposals for research […]

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As the summer comes to a close, check out these great photos from our students, faculty, staff and alumni who have spent the past few months traveling the world: https://storify.com/williamandmary/tribetravels-2016. #TribeTravels #wmabroad
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Growth on The Sunken Garden

One of my first stand-out memories at William & Mary seems like a scene from a movie—I was walking home from improv practice on a Wednesday night, at around 10 o’ clock, when the sounds of a cappella began to ring out over Old Campus. When I walked past the Thomas Jefferson statue, I saw […]

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My William & Mary Education in Life after College

My family vacation to China brought my William & Mary education into focus in a pleasant and unexpected way. When I left, the last thing on my mind was my alma mater, quite frankly. I had just graduated, and while I cannot speak for my peers, those four years certainly did catch up to me. […]

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Let's just stop and take in this view for a second, shall we? Click and drag the photo or tilt your phone for a panoramic view of the Crim Dell! #wmInSummer
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Scene@W&M: REU cannons
Physics REU students fire off the cannons they constructed in the W&M machine shop.
The Limit Does Not Exist

With the academic year starting shortly for colleges nationwide, William & Mary among them, we’re constantly reminded of new beginnings and fresh starts. Back to school commercials play on every media channel, and we’re reminded of all that is new that awaits us: new clothes, new Integrated Science Center, new year, new you. For most of […]

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The crepe myrtles are in full bloom outside of Bryan Hall. #wmInSummer
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My Dream Job Found Me (When I Was Not Looking)

This week, I celebrate my second year anniversary as a professor at William & Mary (W&M).  I tell my students that two of the most powerful words in the universe are “thank you.”  So I am sharing this post (my first W&M blog post) to express my appreciation to the Tribe that hired me and […]

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They say that hindsight is 20/20, but the Class of 2020 will soon bring the future into focus at William & Mary. #wm2020 http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2016/foresight-is-2020-meet-wms-class-of-2020-and-new-transfer,-grad-students.php?utm_source=williamandmary&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=foresightis2020
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MBA – More than just business!

“You’re moving to America to get your Master of Business Administration? Do you think that’s a smart move?” This was the type of question I received on a daily basis when I decided to leave my home country, Germany, in 2012 to pursue an MBA at William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business. Anyone who’s […]

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Jill Ellis '88: From the World Cup to the Olympics
Don't forget to cheer on Jill Ellis '88 and the U.S. Women's Soccer team as they compete at the 2016 Rio Olympics! Learn more about Jill: https://youtu.be/t6tdo3exFiU
Camp Launch: Building futures at W&M
A peek inside the W&M School of Education's Camp Launch robotics class.
Long: How do new employees react to ingratiation?
William & Mary Professor of Organizational Behavior, David M. Long discusses how new employees react to ingratiating behavior of other employees. Learn more about Professor David M. Long here: http://mason.wm.edu/faculty/directory/organizationalbehavior/long_d.php Learn more about Professor Long's ingratiation study here: http://trevor.gatormgt.com/articles/foulk_long_in_press.pdf
Long: What are the positive effects of ingratiating behavior?
William & Mary Professor of Organizational Behavior, David M. Long discusses the positive effects of ingratiating behavior in the workplace. Learn more about Professor David M. Long here: http://mason.wm.edu/faculty/directory/organizationalbehavior/long_d.php Learn more about Professor Long's ingratiation study here: http://trevor.gatormgt.com/articles/foulk_long_in_press.pdf
Hot Summer, Cool Wren, & 20 Years of the Spotswood Society

While some of the students and professors are away from campus over the summer, a small yet dedicated group of students and staff keep the Sir Christopher Wren Building, the oldest college building in the nation, open to the public. Many visitors to Williamsburg from all over the globe discover the Wren Building to be […]

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Scene@W&M: Summertime adventures (#TribeTravels)
W&M students travel around the world during the summer months. See more #TribeTravels photos at https://storify.com/williamandmary/tribetravels-2016.
Long: When is it OK to use ingratiation?
William & Mary Professor of Organizational Behavior, David M. Long discusses when should ingratiating behavior be used in the work place. Learn more about Professor David M. Long here: http://mason.wm.edu/faculty/directory/organizationalbehavior/long_d.php Learn more about Professor Long's ingratiation study here: http://trevor.gatormgt.com/articles/foulk_long_in_press.pdf
Photos of physics
Selected images submitted during the recent PhysicsFest event at William & Mary.
McGlennon: Clinton's VP choice
College of William & Mary Professor of Government, John McGlennon discusses what attributes Hillary Clinton is looking for in a Vice Presidential running mate. Learn more about John McGlennon http://www.wm.edu/as/publicpolicy/facultydirectory/core_faculty/mcglennon_j.php
McGlennon: Democratic National Convention Expectations
College of William & Mary professor of government, John McGlennon discusses what to expect from the 2016 Democratic National Convention. Learn more about Professor John McGlennon here http://www.wm.edu/as/publicpolicy/facultydirectory/core_faculty/mcglennon_j.php
Summer research – turning up the heat!

I often get asked if life at a college is slower paced during the summer. Nope! If anything, it’s our busiest time of year, as over 120 student research assistants join our team. It is exhausting and exhilarating, and for some projects the work during that time frame is crucial to support the efforts during […]

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The Next Big Thing

Since I’ve been in DC I’ve come across good food, great drinks, and even better experiences. Having your twenty-first birthday two days after you start a W&M program in DC could either be trouble, or the ultimate networking opportunity. The second week of my internship, my organization went to happy hour at the Blackfinn Ameripub. Even though I chose not to drink, I still had the option without […]

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Reunited!

This is an ode to a canoe. A year ago today, on July 14th 2015, I abandoned my canoe in the James River at the base of the Fall Zone’s last rapid in downtown Richmond. The canoe was partially submerged and unceremoniously folded around a granitic outcrop. We were 180-km into a 300-km paddle trip […]

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Asian Dance Theatre: Performance for peace
Professor Francis Tanglao-Aguas dedicated a recent performance by W&M's Asian Dance Theatre to peace.
Scene@W&M: Doug's ISC 3 timelapse
Chemistry professor Doug Young chronicled the construction of ISC 3.
Leadership by Design: Pizza at Blayton
Students in the Leadership by Design program make and serve pizza to residents of Williamsburg's Blayton Building as one of their service-learning projects.
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."
Floristic study: Decline in College Woods
Graduate student Caitlin Cyrus (M.S. '16) discusses her floral analysis of the university's College Woods.
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
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
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