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W&M Cypher

@WMNews: W&M's approach to teaching science has undergrads in the lab, coauthoring papers and presenting at int'l conf.'s https://t.co/2s7xekLOS7
@williamandmary: Can you guess when this photo of Blow Hall was taken? #TBT https://t.co/HabcvmxoOz
Can you guess when this photo of Blow Hall was taken? #tbt
@WMNews: Dressing up Cary Field at Zable Stadium with new turf. https://t.co/BhSGvmIjkP
@williamandmary: MT @WMAlumni: A summer Sunken Garden sunset. Photo c/o Instagram's blahr. #wmInSummer https://t.co/EynddtTnaa
@williamandmary: RT @WMSOE: Dr. Stoddard on Classroom politics: A new way to teach kids about controversial issues https://t.co/rgbT74oZhA
#WrenCrushWednesday
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@williamandmary: Sadie Meadows's summer internship has inspired a new blog on social-service issues. https://t.co/QTV9HvxhZn https://t.co/Wx8B56aLxt
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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
@WMNews: Sadie Meadows '17 has been blogging about her summer internship. It's worth reading. https://t.co/dYvzTt2B1h https://t.co/E3DxuKKPzR
@williamandmary: Good morning William & Mary! It's a beautiful #WrenCrushWednesday on campus. #wmInSummer https://t.co/bba7YEsuSq
@WMNews: RT @VIMS_News: Ideas to enhance app include VR view of coastal flooding https://t.co/br8OcDMmsP #PokemonGo @NorfolkVA https://t.co/Adqc3BGOvY
@williamandmary: How far will you roam this summer? #TribeTravels in China c/o autumn_u. Original: https://t.co/qDD3pkWcS2 https://t.co/opqqtxLLIg
#TribeTravels in China c/o @autum_lu #wmregram
@WMNews: Go around the world with these #TribeTravels photos https://t.co/9hLJTi2o0f | More: https://t.co/Zw9JpMPwrB #wmabroad
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
@WMNews: Do new employees benefit by seeing others kiss up to the boss? @WMSchoolofBiz professor discusses ingratiation study https://t.co/aFfjzXidtj
@williamandmary: RT @AMcKellar17: Know you're a @WMAlumni family when...signed up for my local event and saw in coming events a party at my parents house. #onetribeonefamily
@williamandmary: RT @TribeAthletics ONLY 37 days until @WMTribeFootball Head Coach Jimmye Laycock kicks off his 37th season! https://t.co/3ltcJ9Ob6f
Can you guess where these beautiful tiger lilies are blooming on campus? #wmInSummer #WhereatWM
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@williamandmary: #TribePride #wmexperts https://t.co/8M5jzrUB6J
@williamandmary: RT @SptswdSocietyWM: It may be hot outside, but it's cool in the Wren! #wmhistoriccampus #wrencrusheveryday https://t.co/3pxl0zOxey
Another warm #wmInSummer day in the 'burg, but the view on campus never gets old. Click and drag the photo or tilt your phone for a panoramic view of the Wren portico!
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@WMNews: RT @VIMS_News: . @VIMS_News professor wins international recognition from @geochemsoc - https://t.co/HzlofjFpzS https://t.co/FNk3WHjoOu
🌺💚💛🌺 #wmInSummer
Photos of physics
Selected images submitted during the recent PhysicsFest event at William & Mary.
@williamandmary: Temps are going to be in the 90s today. Stay cool, Tribe! #TGIF #wmInSummer https://t.co/y38hvmngAV
@WMNews: .@williamandmary professor on qualities @HillaryClinton may look for in #vicepresident https://t.co/Jj7vEwgFdP #wmexperts #Election2016
@williamandmary: W&M staff traveled from the 'burg to the @WMDCCenter today for a fun & informative day in Washington, D.C. https://t.co/PdxVmKB6c8
@WMNews: W&M's @AidData a #DREAMSInnovation winner selected to help build an #AIDSFreeGen in 10 countries https://t.co/Kf7BdASq3x #EndAIDS2030
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
@WMNews: #TBT: See photos from last fall's PhysicsFest at W&M https://t.co/9aQgeEBwDe #physics #photography
@WMNews: .@williamandmary sets new fundraising record, cements No. 1 alumni participation ranking https://t.co/0ysiUoRMiH
@williamandmary: RT @DOD_Behar: Happy #WrenCrushWednesday #Tribe Ohana!! That's the Hawaiian way to say we're #OneTribe 💛 #GreenAndGold https://t.co/7LrQwmVvLd
We love our faculty. Follow along as W&M Geology professor Chuck Bailey weaves a tale of adventure, shares an ode to his canoe, and doesn’t miss the opportunity to teach us how to calculate the dynamic pressures that almost brought his adventures with an old friend to a close. http://wmblogs.wm.edu/cmbail/reunited/
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@williamandmary: MT @kd_gibby: The Wren Building 😍 So happy I get to take my classes here. #WrenCrushWednesday https://t.co/XJBStAJqeR
#WrenCrushWednesday #wmregram c/o @emcfernandez
@williamandmary: RT @TribeWbb: The W&M experience from senior Alexandra Masaquel. Busy summer interning in the Marketing Dept class & team workouts https://t.co/JwwbHsWFJd
@williamandmary: .@WMLibraries has made the St. George Tucker almanacs open & accessible online. https://t.co/mTPWoBObej https://t.co/Z6fsyuoynE
@WMNews: W&M alumnus @DeVitaDoctor: life on the front lines of the war on #cancer https://t.co/f4NBQsZ21l story via @WMAlumni https://t.co/gGqRCalGKB
@williamandmary: RT @PresPrecinct: Thankful to @williamandmary President Taylor Reveley for today's discussion on #leadership. #MWF2016 @WashFellowship https://t.co/bq85jD7Pqh
@WMNews: RT @PresPrecinct: Thankful to @williamandmary President Taylor Reveley for today's discussion on #leadership. #MWF2016 @WashFellowship https://t.co/bq85jD7Pqh
@WMNews: RT @williamandmary: A month from today #wmorientation & #wmmovein begin! We can't wait to welcome the Class of 2020 to campus. #wm2020 https://t.co/BFECBs0Xfh
@williamandmary: A month from today #wmorientation & #wmmovein begin! We can't wait to welcome the Class of 2020 to campus. #wm2020 https://t.co/BFECBs0Xfh
@williamandmary: MT @WMAuxiliaries: New @TribeTruckFarm decals! Be sure to check out some @WM_GreenisGold initiatives this fall! https://t.co/dwrFfMBRcS
@WMNews: .@WMLibraries digitizes St. George Tucker almanacs https://t.co/yyBPd59be7 https://t.co/8SqiwustNm
@williamandmary: .@WMSchoolofBiz student wins rowing championship. #TribePride https://t.co/SnDiOauQ7E https://t.co/8FT3UsNhJw
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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Sunshine and blue skies over Lake Matoaka today, but the heat index is in the triple digits! How’s the weather where you are? #MatoakaMonday #wmInSummer
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@WMNews: RT @PresPrecinct: Our time at @williamandmary begins with Prof. R. Trent Vinson, discussing #negotiation tactics of Nelson #Mandela. https://t.co/VOn3mb3ZSZ
@williamandmary: Instagram's adamadam892 shared this #TribeTravels pic from Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. https://t.co/6Q9o86peuu
Summer #TribeTravels to West Virginia c/o @adamadam892 #wmregram
@WMNews: .@WMSchoolofBiz student wins #rowing championship https://t.co/ulB2knnSh2 https://t.co/2kIZc8uP5C
@williamandmary: W&M is hosting 25 of Africa’s brightest, emerging civic leaders. #MWF2016 https://t.co/hbzgeYXjnT https://t.co/NsuiYUFOc6
@WMNews: W&M Board of Visitors to hold retreat July 21-22 https://t.co/KK5F8LBZZj
@williamandmary: RT @LandLopers: Had success finding icebergs today! #explorenl https://t.co/lK9r6ecIIr
@williamandmary: Have a great weekend, Tribe! #wmInSummer https://t.co/NgV5GmK5Lx
@WMNews: Thirty-five years at @VAAquarium , congrats @WMAlumni Mark Swingle https://t.co/KSW2hoH7Rx
@WMNews: Meet W&M's Ed Pease, part of the firm that designed @WilliamsburgGov's Stryker Center. https://t.co/1jb4xOkZyo https://t.co/PAeSLY3c6Y
@WMNews: WMEMT: Cleanup of chlorine spill progressing and will be completed this weekend. Last message on this. Thanks for your patience.
#wmregram c/o @mocy.li #wmInSummer
@williamandmary: RT @SwemSCRC: #tbt Students in newly built Swem Library, 1966! Univ. Archives Photograph Collection. #Swem50 https://t.co/wpl3oKa84b
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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@williamandmary: RT @WMNews: VIDEO: W&M professor records construction of ISC 3 one photo at a time https://t.co/q6WcfVuEbN
@WMNews: WMEMT: Cleanup of chlorine spill in Zable Stadium continues. Where this occurred is still being cleaned, but no danger to the broader campus
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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@WMNews: Don't miss "Cymbeline," the new Va. Shakespeare Festival play opening tonight in PBK. https://t.co/4i5MPXbDYN https://t.co/2WT6XJhuXD
@williamandmary: W&M is making an impact on the City That Never Sleeps. #wmAlumni https://t.co/LPnZOLmUrv https://t.co/RQP4haHL8Q
@WMNews: WMEMT: Chemical spill identified as chlorine. HazMat crew on site. Clean up is underway. Suspected to take several hours.
Maybe it was for your major, or maybe you were exploring a new topic. Or maybe you took it because it was in the Wren Building. Either way, we want to know: What was your favorite class at W&M?
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Lots of @pokemon to be caught on campus! #PokemonGo #GottaCatchEmAll #wminsummer *Be alert and be safe
@WMNews: Did you know @williamandmary alumni lead many companies and organizations across the Big Apple? Read about some here https://t.co/KVyYizXdt3
Be Mindful

Steven was an incredible role model and mentor. I remember meeting him my freshman year when he was a graduating senior. As the president of the Filipino American Student Association on campus, he encouraged others to become more involved with the student-led organization, myself included. I recall attending an event which Steven helped to spearhead, where […]

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The flowers surrounding the sundial are really embracing the “Green & Gold”! On campus? Share your #wmInSummer photos!
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"When the students are away..." #wmregram c/o @emi_du #wmInSummer
@WMNews: Is inspiration contagious? Psychology professor Todd Thrash found out in his latest study: https://t.co/XVbVu8P7rN https://t.co/A5JLDSHYV3
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.
@WMNews: VIDEO: W&M professor records construction of ISC 3 one photo at a time https://t.co/q6WcfVuEbN
@WMNews: Procurement cooperative offers savings opportunities, no coupon required https://t.co/RRNcbIsoph https://t.co/FvtQ7cCruU
Summer Fun in Our Community

Summer days in Williamsburg stretch out long. The long light, slower pace, and enveloping humidity make summer a unique time to be in Williamsburg, with perhaps extra time to do those things you’d never do during the school year. I’ve talked to experts on this topic, ranging from a city employee to our staff to […]

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@WMNews: VIDEO: W&M Professor Francis Tanglao-Aguas dedicated a recent performance of Asian dance theatre to peace: https://t.co/x9wH6hFZbQ
A Graduate’s Road Map

Seventeen hours after graduating from William & Mary, I started my first job. As the 3-day long Commencement extravaganza came to a close, I proudly flaunted my diploma in front of the Wren building for a few last pictures and packed my belonging into my car before leaving behind everything that I had known and […]

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Summer Solstice in the Field: A River on Rock

Summer is not a quiet time in the William & Mary Geology department. Pop onto the 2nd floor of McGlothlin-Street Hall this summer and you’ll find a bevy of undergraduates pursuing research on an array of topics including paleoclimatology, geochemistry, petrology, hydrology, paleontology, coastal geology, and structural geology. After a few weeks of indoor work, the […]

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@WMNews: Q&A with @WMLawSchool professor on Virginia's new marriage law https://t.co/vtbOO2RMzZ
@WMNews: The @Forbes list of #TopColleges is out, and @williamandmary is #5 among public institutions https://t.co/PONwA0UaCp #Tribepride
@WMNews: RT @PresPrecinct: Our @WashFellowship cohort moves to Williamsburg in less than two weeks! #MWF2016 @williamandmary @InternationalWM https://t.co/33gixO2kOn
It’s another quiet day on campus, but we love seeing photos of your #TribeTravels! Check out where some members of the Tribe have been so far this summer: https://storify.com/williamandmary/tribetravels-2016
@WMNews: RT @WMLawSchool: .@WHRO #veterans series receives Capital Emmy: Watch segment on Puller Clinic https://t.co/T0T68cqvUD https://t.co/NV8ixav9ff
@WMNews: RT @williamandmary: #TribePride! MT @TribeMensHoops: @M3Thornton as the cover photo for the @celtics recap on the @BostonGlobe website. https://t.co/DNQb3kkkZx
#WrenCrushWednesday #TribePets 💚💛🐾 #wmregram c/o @baberaham.lincoln_ ・・・ loved visiting my humans' alma mater! @william_and_mary #retriever #goldenretriever #goldensofinstagram #goldenretrieversofinstagram #dogsofinstagram #wrenbuilding #gloriousgoldens #williamandmary #gotribe #tribepride
Students Thriving in D.C.

After a quick 4 weeks in the professional field, the Leadership & Community Engagement Institute shares stories worth reading! Peter Kinton ’18: International Relations Major, Geology Minor Global Playground, Cambodia So my internship is irregular and unique for lack of better words. To put it simply, I’m basically a baby in this country. It sounds extreme, but […]

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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.
#TribeTravels in the Big Apple c/o @kidd_owu ・・・ Survival of the fittest. Spent a day in NY without spending a dime. #wmregram #tribetravels
Happy Independence Day, Tribe!
Happy Independence Day, Tribe!
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Congratulations to Ryder Miconi (baseball), Alessandra Liu (golf), Christian Cargill (tennis), Regan Rome (track and field) and Brian Waterfield (track and field) on being named Colonial Athletic Association Scholar-Athletes of the Year! Tribe Pride!
Five W&M students win top CAA Scholar-Athlete awards
Do you know where this is located on campus? #WhereAtWM
#TribeTravels in Paris c/o @taarpey. #wmabroad ・・・ I got to be a tourist today #tribetravels
It’s #ThrowbackThursday! Can you guess when this photo was taken?
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#wmInSummer
William & Mary's cover photo
#TribeTravels in Spain c/o @olalapozor1 #wmInSummer ・・・ ~these are a few of my favorite things~ flamenco and food 💃🏼😋 Reppin' @william_and_mary while cooking paella with @centroml ! #tribetravels 💚💛
Grab your shades, Tribe. It’s National Sunglasses Day!
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A little campus artwork for your Monday. #wmInSummer
Does one have the right to be “forgotten” on Google or any other search engine? Zarine Kharazian ’17 is in Paris this summer investigating why the French have a seemingly unique interest in the subject. #TribeTravels
Should we have the right to delete our digital past?
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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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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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."
A little bit of W&M for your day. #WrenCrushWednesday
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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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Floristic study: Decline in College Woods
Graduate student Caitlin Cyrus (M.S. '16) discusses her floral analysis of the university's College Woods.
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
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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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!
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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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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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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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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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
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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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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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
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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Guy Brown celebrates 60 years at W&M
Staff member Guy Brown has served the university for 60 years.
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
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
Parents’ Day
Parents’ Day, May 6, 1966. 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
2016 Honorary Degree Recipient: John Bridgeland
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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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
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.
Searching Lake Matoaka
Graham Bryant J.D. '16 searches for the hidden treasures of Lake Matoaka.
Palermo: Authority, modernism and Picasso
Charles Palermo, associate professor of art history, discusses his book "Modernism and Authority: Picasso and His Milieu Around 1900."
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.
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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W&M in 30: Commencement 2016
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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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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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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.
Scene@W&M: Earth Day in Sadler
Scenes from an event of the Earth Day 2016 celebration.
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/
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
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