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@WMNews: Tommy Orange, author of bestselling novel "There There," will visit @williamandmary's campus Thursday and Friday as… https://t.co/NinbRqphv1
@WMNews: Given the artifact’s contents and context, @williamandmary archaeologists believe this Civil War-era jug found on t… https://t.co/bYYeimoMhW
@williamandmary: Here's to a great spring semester, Tribe! https://t.co/Gm6Uv4sa87
@WMNews: Single-use plastics were eliminated in 2019 in @WMDining halls Commons and Sadler Center Court as part of the unive… https://t.co/MxksBmycte
Rock Music Oman 2020 – The Crescent of Learning

I’m homeward bound after the 2020 edition of our Natural History & Contemporary Culture of Oman (a.k.a. Rock Music Oman) course. For the past two weeks, 23 intrepid W&M students joined us for a scholarly, but adventurous, study tour across the Sultanate of Oman. This year’s course was spectacular, but distinctly different than previous years’ […]

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Learning on Fire by Maddie Talnagi ’20

Guest blogger Maddie Talnagi ’20 provides us an overview of the realities of public education in the United States. Talnagi was a student in my winter seminar, Urban Education.  As Irish poet William Butler Yeats once wrote, “Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.” While his words beautifully […]

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@williamandmary: We know every university thinks their squirrels are special and different from those at other campuses, but for rea… https://t.co/FcHUJSuUJ1
@WMNews: Check out what's happening at this year's #wmCharterDay celebration: https://t.co/SDFaVZzr1q
@williamandmary: RT @PeggyAgouris: "King launched into his classic, "I have a Dream" closing. That ad-libbed moment is often cited by historians as an… https://t.co/HFkmABZRaD
@williamandmary: RT @MWES_WJCC: The Tribe basketball players paid us a visit last week! They read books, danced, signed autographs, and answered lo… https://t.co/PNy3aE8mXK
@williamandmary: RT @WMTribeFootball: “I’m standing up here because of my time at @williamandmary … My time at W&M helped shape me as a player, as a pers… https://t.co/3P8SsMdrpX
@WMNews: A new study by researchers at W&M's @VIMS_News provides additional evidence that wastewater from a poultry processi… https://t.co/d912HDEjzX
@williamandmary: RT @WMAlumni: .@williamandmary's 2019 Financial Report, now available online, reaffirms the university's commitment to preserve a… https://t.co/RHbFNDklbr
@WMNews: "You could tell she valued making meaningful, personal connections. This, and of course her cherry pistachio croiss… https://t.co/wRHIlBUyBV
@WMNews: RT @AdamWinkSports: It's #NationalChampionship night. @LSUfootball star assistant, @CoachJoeBrady, launched his career at… https://t.co/7AoxcUlw9m
@williamandmary: RT @WMSchoolofBiz: As the first woman to serve as President of @williamandmary in the university’s 325-year history, Katherine Rowe ho… https://t.co/VpHzx62b92
@WMNews: Hannes Schniepp & his lab have been working on reverse-engineering how the brown recluse spider’s spinner apparatus… https://t.co/C2hFzPSspU
@WMNews: The latest release of @usnews Best Online MBA Program rankings shows @WMSchoolofBiz jumping to 28th in the nation o… https://t.co/BXXfQiofRE
@WMNews: W&M's McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center hosted its second @ACEingAutism camp last week, which gave 14 kids on the au… https://t.co/rOVvTVbLEs
Toward entrepreneurial thinking
Graham Henshaw, executive director of W&M's Entrepreneurship Center, discusses the university's vision for supporting entrepreneurial thinking.
@WMNews: Is more #networking among your New Year's resolutions? Check out these tips from @WMSchoolofBiz Professor Inga Carb… https://t.co/P6xpdZBmkM
@williamandmary: #TBT to last year's snowfall. While we love sunny winter days like today, there is nothing quite like seeing a blan… https://t.co/DU0A8ni2JW
@WMNews: Films from around the world, including many influenced by W&M graduates, will be featured throughout the four days… https://t.co/EH0TgQ2Gay
@WMNews: Kristen Popham '20 and Government and American Studies Professor Simon Stow co-authored a chapter for an upcoming b… https://t.co/Ff1aTuz7LP
@williamandmary: Let the countdown to the big 3-2-7 begin! We are less than a month away from #wmCharterDay. Check out… https://t.co/FDafkA40hU
@williamandmary: RT @WMNews: .@dr_yusefsalaam of the Exonerated Five, formerly known as the Central Park Five, will speak at @williamandmary's 2… https://t.co/PWsmrnvbkT
@WMNews: .@dr_yusefsalaam of the Exonerated Five, formerly known as the Central Park Five, will speak at @williamandmary's 2… https://t.co/PWsmrnvbkT
@williamandmary: With scenes from The Great Gatsby to Hamlet, the Tucker Hall mural sparks literary joy for all who discover this hi… https://t.co/BFKkv5ttaE
@WMNews: Following up on her 2015 book, William & Mary Associate Professor of Religious Studies Annie Blazer further examine… https://t.co/WhDySYpRUe
@williamandmary: RT @wmfye: Hey spring #tribetransfer! College Studies opened yesterday! Make sure you complete this academic mini-course befor… https://t.co/bS0fBZpegc
@williamandmary: W&M @GlobalFilmFest is coming up at the @KimballTheatre! Check out the schedule and get your tickets:… https://t.co/pUX5zg8GbE
@williamandmary: RT @WMNews: Fans of @Jeopardy may have noticed that @williamandmary was mentioned on the show not once, but twice over the holi… https://t.co/duCVv5AJOo
@WMNews: The couple established the Robey and Jean Estes Business Scholarship Endowment, which will provide need-based schol… https://t.co/MsRCWq9OeO
@WMNews: Initially valued as a way for submarines to hide their movements, this migration is now known to play a major role… https://t.co/Lz7zHY1CZg
@WMNews: Fans of @Jeopardy may have noticed that @williamandmary was mentioned on the show not once, but twice over the holi… https://t.co/duCVv5AJOo
@williamandmary: RT @wmsquirrel: #HappyNewYear , @williamandmary! I hope everyone was able to ring in 2020 just the way they hoped. Here's to love,… https://t.co/8bYOJqkoWH
Teaching for the W&M Washington Center

Throughout my educational training, I was committed to delaying specialization and instead explore communities. I majored in Sociology, Communication and later Counseling Psychology and finally Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership. I was most interested in examining people and communities, individuals and systems. I was and continue to be enamored with people and groups. For the […]

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@williamandmary: RT @WMSchoolofBiz: Happy New Year's Eve from the Raymond A. Mason School of Business! Hoping everyone has a wonderful end to the year.… https://t.co/HwZPbtQCpZ
@WMNews: The final 2019 story we're revisiting comes from May: a new #wmGrad class took their first steps into the next phas… https://t.co/TMPJy84TAl
@WMNews: Another story highlight from 2019 was the unanimous approval of W&M's new vision, mission and values statements. Th… https://t.co/tNxUw9zP32
@williamandmary: RT @global_wm: This year was full of exciting, cutting-edge #research by faculty, staff, and students @williamandmary. View our to… https://t.co/PBn3OmjMgm
@williamandmary: RT @WMAlumni: May your holiday be as jolly as this #ThrowbackThursday photo of Martha Barksdale 1921, M.A. 1929 dancing with two… https://t.co/dnyQzZZwFV
@WMNews: 2019 is almost over and we're looking back at some of the year's stories. This fall, another group of freshmen took… https://t.co/IK6EYdOJqz
@WMNews: Looking back at 2019: Another newsworthy moment occurred in April when a design concept was selected for the Memori… https://t.co/xD1CJylLvY
@williamandmary: RT @wmfye: A must-do for our spring #tribetransfers. See you in Williamsburg!! 💚💛 https://t.co/tBaWSNtqHS
@WMNews: As the year winds to a close, we're revisiting some of the key stories from 2019. Early in the year, W&M celebrated… https://t.co/R4VwIAYHKC
@WMNews: “It’s wonderful to see the national spotlight on the success and leadership of our alumni. Mike Tomlin and Sean McD… https://t.co/SYzdtJEaoL
@WMNews: “We were excited by the amazing number of donations. I think it speaks to how strong the @williamandmary community… https://t.co/mNU6dNf6tB
@WMNews: Watch some excerpts from the Pre-Kwanzaa Celebration hosted by @WMDiversityCtr. Student orgs produced a program exp… https://t.co/mURGPNY8mz
@WMNews: “There’s a large number of audience members who have a very first-hand relationship to this, so it ramps the stakes… https://t.co/ngVVPejUad
@williamandmary: Who is he? What's his story? We know there have to be some super-sleuths in the W&M community: help us solve this m… https://t.co/3Vy4HZ2ZaT
2019 Season's Greetings from William & Mary
This holiday season, share the gift of yourselves and receive others with open hearts. Happy Holidays from William & Mary! Music credit - MB01YITRSDGQBSR
@williamandmary: Whatever meaning the holiday season holds for you, we wish you a time of peace, good health and happiness. Warmest… https://t.co/l0B7WKAMrH
@WMNews: Who is the young man sitting atop the Berlin Wall celebrating its demise in a @williamandmary sweatshirt? History P… https://t.co/IWVbaNDdP5
@williamandmary: RT @WMDining: Break hours start today! #wmdining @ William & Mary https://t.co/pTuPC2f4R7
@williamandmary: RT @WMLibraries: Therapy Dog Beau is wishing all of our students congratulations for finishing off the semester! Come visit Beau fro… https://t.co/oWWFJGZza7
@WMNews: Students gathered in the Wren Courtyard on Saturday for another #wmYuleLog. The ceremony included music, internatio… https://t.co/M1CPCyFsbP
@williamandmary: RT @WMNews: “We’re trying to keep in mind that our carbon footprint is something that can expand during the holidays.”… https://t.co/iWQwKLnKkK
@williamandmary: RT @IntlJusticeLab: IJL is pleased to announce our public launch, to be held Jan 31 and Feb 1, 2020 at William & Mary! The signature ev… https://t.co/wUrCeV1mwm
@WMNews: “We’re trying to keep in mind that our carbon footprint is something that can expand during the holidays.”… https://t.co/iWQwKLnKkK
Camp Launch: Giving Through William & Mary
Camp Launch is a two-week residential summer program operated by the Center for Gifted Education at the School of Education. The camp immerses high ability seventh and eighth-graders from low-income backgrounds in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) curriculum, writing and personal development coursework.
W&M in 30: 2019 Yule Log
The annual Yule Log ceremony gives all parts of the William & Mary community a chance to throw away their troubles and concerns, both literally and metaphorically.
@WMNews: Since its establishment in 2008, the William & Mary Green Fee has funded over $1.6M worth of sustainability project… https://t.co/pMSq7MFAvU
@williamandmary: RT @SNFonNBC: From @WMTribeFootball to a high-stakes divisional game under the brightest lights. Who could have seen any of this… https://t.co/vWAMyaipeN
@WMNews: RT @SNFonNBC: From @WMTribeFootball to a high-stakes divisional game under the brightest lights. Who could have seen any of this… https://t.co/vWAMyaipeN
@WMNews: RT @TribeAthletics: 3️⃣ @WMTribeFootball legends - Sean McDermott, Jimmye Laycock & @CoachTomlin - together before a historic @SNFonNBC… https://t.co/w4s6InGtEb
@WMNews: Scene@W&M: Syrian rapper Omar @Offendum recently joined W&M’s Middle Eastern Music Ensemble in rehearsal and in per… https://t.co/OeZnpx34eK
@williamandmary: It’s time to cast our woes and holly sprigs into the fire and look forward to a new year with hope and anticipation… https://t.co/uARdP9KsRs
@williamandmary: President Rowe reminds us at #wmYuleLog that we are all unique individuals with hope for the new year. https://t.co/eUx2pLH0La
@WMNews: With impeachment in the news, W&M News interviewed @kawulf, W&M professor of history and executive director of the… https://t.co/T6t5lbMNcA
@williamandmary: Two #wmAlumni & former @WMTribeFootball teammates will face off Sunday when @CoachTomlin's @steelers play Sean McDe… https://t.co/ZNK5sjrAdR
Words of Kwanzaa
Excerpts from the Pre-Kwanzaa Celebration hosted by the Center for Student Diversity at William & Mary.
Jeffrey Bellin featured on With Good Reason
Professor of Law Jeffrey Bellin recently appeared on the PBS radio show 'With Good Reason' to discuss "Emoji Evidence."
@williamandmary: #wmYuleLog is right around the corner. Join us Saturday at 5:30 p.m. at the Wren Building or tune in to watch it li… https://t.co/mIz6aEOpH8
@williamandmary: RT @WMAlumni: James Blair Hall, which opened in 1935, ages well! Currently home to the history and philosophy departments, and ad… https://t.co/3MMUP73mFt
@williamandmary: RT @WMLibraries: Relax your muscles with some crafts and a chair massage today in Swem! #finalsweek #WMLibraries https://t.co/70bYxUZS2W
“Haul out the ….

… Holly!” Because it’s Yule Log celebration on campus! This Saturday, 14 December, will see the Wren Courtyard jammed to capacity with happy hearts, joyful song and glowing fire. Our Tribe community gathers to end the school year with lighter hearts and hopeful wishes for the New Year. It’s tradition! Filled with song & stories, […]

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@williamandmary: RT @wminfotech: Finding a place to study during finals week can be tough. W&M IT has you covered with the online Event Management S… https://t.co/DpJpO1zUcv
@williamandmary: RT @WMLibraries: Plenty of furry friends to go around! #WMLibraries #FinalsWeek https://t.co/8BuMThnglT
Middle Eastern Music Ensemble with Omar Offendum
Syrian rapper Omar Offendum joined W&M's Middle Eastern Music Ensemble in rehearsal and performance.
A Note About Office Hours

I am wholly dedicated to office hours. I want every student to feel welcomed, as they belong and as they are included in the class and in our shared learning process. Office hours give me the chance to really listen to and understand challenges a student is experiencing in class or with an assignment. Office […]

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Decisions, Decisions – Early Decision 2020 Edition

We Admit It! The day is finally here. After several weeks of reading applications and committee meetings here in Williamsburg, it is time to officially release our first round of admission decisions. Early Decision notifications have been finalized and launched, and are currently on their way to your inboxes (Transfers: Check out our separate blog post about transfer admissions). […]

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Decisions, Decisions – Spring Transfers 2020 Edition

We Admit It! The day you have been patiently waiting for is finally here. As of today, we have completed our spring transfer review process. Spring transfer decisions have been launched, and will be arriving in your inbox shortly. Below you will find all pertinent information about how decisions are released and what each decision means. Decision Release […]

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How I Stay Motivated During Finals

Finals season is upon us! Swem is crowded, and students are experiencing significant amounts of stress. Fortunately, the holiday break is not far off; we’ve just got to power through these next two weeks. I’ve compiled a list of my strategies for staying motivated. I hope they help! Set realistic daily goals: I like to […]

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Trump's war on dissent
W&M law professor Timothy Zick discusses the President's war on dissent in context of his new book "The First Amendment in the Trump Era."
Values - 2019 University Strategic Plan
William & Mary updated its vision and mission statements as part of the strategic planning process, but community values for the university had never been formalized. Now, the W&M has an outlined statement of values. Music Licensing - MB010JTTLFQ6FJ7
Vision - 2019 University Strategic Plan
As part of a year-long strategic planning process, William & Mary has introduced a new vision statement for the university. Music Licensing - MB01NWSKZB2BNYL
Mission - 2019 University Strategic Plan
The William & Mary Board of Visitors approved the university's new mission statement on November 22, 2019. The mission component is subject to approval by the State Council of Higher Education in Virginia, as required by the Code of Virginia. Music Licensing - MB0118CDTT2OIRE
Muscarelle Museum culminates Links Project by making steamroller print at W&M.
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
A W&M art student rolls ink onto a woodcut panel.
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Attendees hold paper aloft in preparation for pressing it down onto the woodcut block.
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Steve Prince drives the steamroller over the first woodcut block panel.
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
The McLeod Tyler Wellness Center is a state-of-the-art facility focusing on the flourishing and well-being of the W&M student body.
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Watching the world go by
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary #WMinAutumn
Friends walking to class
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Students gather on the Sadler Center Terrace.
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary #WMinAutumn
Changing classes. Changing leaves.
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary #WMinAutumn
Strolling along the bricks.
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary #WMinAutumn
Such gorgeous fall colors on this tree.
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary #WMinAutumn
Campus is beautiful this time of year.
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary #WMinAutumn
Sunlight. Fall leaves. Campus beauty.
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary #WMinAutumn
Focusing on fall
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary #WMinAutumn
Wren Building on a beautiful fall day.
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary #WMinAutumn
Perfect temperature on a fall day.
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary #WMinAutumn
My First Steps Toward Publishing My Work

Publishing my work was a huge dream of mine before graduating. What surprised me about pursuing undergraduate research, however, is that I had to take specific courses to carry out the tasks successfully and at a good pace. I asked every STEM professor on my campus for any opportunities to publish for an academic journal. […]

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In the autism lab: Investigating across a broad spectrum
Visual cues are being used In the autism lab within the department of psychological sciences to access issues of response and memory across a broad spectrum.
Journalism in a Changing World: William & Mary Welcomed Foreign Policy Journalists to Discuss the Trump Era

By Jane Handa ’21 Students, faculty, and Williamsburg community members were eager to hear from experts at last week’s Foreign Policy Journalism in the Trump Era: A Panel Discussion. Sponsored by Teaching, Research & International Policy (TRIP) of William & Mary’s Global Research Institute, three journalists came prepared for a discussion. David Sanger of the […]

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Open House Builds Enthusiasm for New Projects and a New Year of Research at the Global Research Institute

By Jane Handa ’21 All members of the William & Mary community were invited to 427 Scotland Street on Monday, October 7, for an open house event at the Global Research Institute. Students involved with Institute projects and programs, university faculty and administrators, and community members gathered to learn more about GRI. Institute Co-Director Sue […]

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Foreign Policy Experts Argue for Engagement or Restraint at Student-Run Debate

By Jane Handa ’21 This past September William & Mary students confirmed that they are informed, passionate, and ready to engage with hot-button issues as an overflow crowd showed up to debate foreign policy. William & Mary’s Global Research Institute sponsored a debate hosted by the Alexander Hamilton Society (AHS) and the John Quincy Adams […]

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Scene@W&M: Knitting wellness
Knitters make scarves, hats and sweaters while "quieting" their minds at W&M's Wellness Center.
Will Smith ‘14 Shares Experience and Advice at the Global Research Institute’s First Insider Insights Event of the Semester

By Jane Handa ’21 W&M’s Global Research Institute kicked off the fall semester with a packed house Insider Insights event featuring Will Smith ‘14. Smith is co-founder and executive director of LEAD Africa, an organization that empowers youth in Africa through education and sports. Smith, who was mentored by and collaborates to this day with […]

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How to Flourish in a Relentless World Part 1

The most valuable choice I have made during my time here at William & Mary is sign up to take Professor Crace’s flourishing class. During freshman orientation, Professor Crace will talk to the incoming class about the idea of authentic excellence. He speaks on how to incorporate this idea into your everyday academic life. After […]

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The 'Links' steamroller print
Steve Prince, director of engagement for the Muscarelle Museum of Art, uses an industrial steamroller to print one of the pieces featured in "The Links Project," a global initiative reflecting on the impact of slavery. Learn more about this community art project: https://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2019/muscarelle-culminates-links-project-by-making-steamroller-print-at-wm.php
Sittin' on the dock of the lake ...
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary #wmInAutumn
Peaceful, easy feelin'
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Kristina Stupak '20 & Santiago Lanza '22 dancing on the dock of The Martha Wren Briggs Amphitheatre at Lake Matoaka.
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Dancing on the dock of Lake Matoaka.
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary #wmInAutumn
Feeling the rhythm on a beautiful fall day.
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Student Research on Previously Undiscovered Cloning Processes: Interview with Erin-Darby McClain

Student researcher: Erin-Darby McClain Lab professor: Dr. Jon Allen Department/topic: Biology/Marine ecology Participant as of: September 2019 Fun fact from research: “Mantis shrimp are really cool— they punch their enemies really hard and stun them. Marine invertebrates are superior to all other critters!” Why research brought me to W&M  Before I had even begun to […]

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A Frenzy of Fall Field Trips 4: Spy Rock

Once again, the 2019 Geological Field Methods class was on the move this past weekend. We were on a mission to collect a suite of samples for isotopic dating that will help us better understand the geologic history of the ancient rocks that underlie the Blue Ridge. The high point of our day (both literally […]

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Shenkman Jewish Center: One Year Later
The Shenkman Jewish Center opened in November 2018 and has become a home for the Jewish community at William & Mary. Learn more about William & Mary: www.wm.edu Music code: MB01PKWY1SRQTUC
Scene@W&M: TAP zipline
The Tribe Adventure Program (TAP) helps W&M students ride a zipline across Lake Matoaka. Learn more about what's happening at William & Mary: www.wm.edu/news
5 ways to de-stress OFF CAMPUS

Somehow, it’s already November, which means it’s getting to be the busiest time of the semester. There are midterms every week, and finals are just around the corner. It can be overwhelming especially for those who live on campus; we’re always surrounded by our stressed-out peers and constant reminders of all the work we have […]

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Because of Community with Professor Carrie Dolan

This post is courtesy of Caitlyn Whitesell, Communications Intern for The Office of Community Engagement. #BecauseofCommunity allows us to share reflections from across campus and community on individuals’ motivations for working within community. These weekly  posts are usually only on our social media, but my interview with Professor Dolan needed more. Professor Dolan of Kinesiology […]

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In rehearsal: 'Dance of the Orcas'
Rehearsal footage of Omiyemi Artisia Green's "Dance of the Orcas" from her choreo-ritual, featuring choreography by Ann Mazzocca Belleci. Learn more about Green's efforts to chronicle journeys of grief and renewal in this choreo-ritual: https://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2019/wm-professor-chronicles-journey-of-grief,-renewal-in-choreo-ritual.php
Scene@W&M: Trick or treat
Members of W&M's fraternities and sororities pass out candy during "Trick or Treat on the Row."
'The Life of Washington': Controversy in San Francisco
W&M professor of art history Charles Palermo interjected himself into the "Life of Washington" mural controversy when he wrote a letter on behalf of NonSite.org.
Think You Hate Sports? Great, Come Be An Athlete!

This one’s for all my nonathletic friends. The uncoordinated ones who somehow always manage to trip even though there was nothing there. Those who never got picked first or second for the kickball team. As DJ Casper would say, this is something new! A chance to join a team part 2. Featuring William & Mary’s […]

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Clubs & Organizations at W&M

Hello! In my introductory post, I mentioned being involved in a few organizations around campus. Today, I thought I would share a little more about them! First, let me just say that I am about as shy and introverted as it gets, so getting involved on campus for any reason was particularly intimidating. With that […]

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That's the way to enter Zable Stadium for the Homecoming football game.
Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary #wmHomecoming
Hey, where is everybody!?
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A beautiful Homecoming afternoon in the Wren Yard.
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The Griffin looking mighty fine in his Greenout Homecoming football game T-shirt!
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W&M Athletics: United, We Boldly Pursue Excellence
Our tomorrow starts today. At William & Mary, our student-athletes are relentless in pursuit of greatness. For more info go to https://www.tribeathletics.com Copyright claim: MB01UIMZGLWFOWH
W&M in 30: Homecoming 2019
With the traditional Homecoming Parade, a visit from Jill Ellis '88 L.H.D. '16 and heartwarming reunions all over campus, William & Mary's 2019 Homecoming & Reunion Weekend was one to remember! Catch up on the weekend in :30 with this recap. Copyright claim: MB01FCYQ9GN08LB
2019 homecoming parade
Highlights from the 2019 homecoming parade at William & Mary.
A Frenzy of Fall Field Trips 3: Going to the South Side

Moby, the American musician with a wide-ranging and stylishly downtempo sound, released an exceptional album entitled Play in 1999. My favorite song is South Side, here’s a short snippet of the lyrics … we ride all day looking out for a sunny day here we are now going to the South Side Two decades later, […]

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Affording Opportunity: Ferdinand "Poe" Makabata '20
Freeman Fellow in Asia: Marketing craft beer in Beijing
Freeman Fellow Caleb Turner '20 discusses his experience as a marketing intern for Beijing's Jing-A Brewery. Learn more about the Freeman Intern Fellowship program at William & Mary: https://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2019/eight-weeks-in-asia-give-wm-fellows.php?utm_source=youtubewm&utm_medium=socialmedia&utm_campaign=101719-eight-weeks-in-asia
Member Mentality

Much of our work in OCE is connected to The Active Citizens Continuum. The continuum describes how an individual can develop in their commitment to community. Member: concerned with their individual or family’s needs Volunteer: participates in service with intentions of doing good Conscientious Citizen: adds questions about root causes to their engagement Active Citizen: prioritizes […]

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Tack Faculty Lecture Series Featuring Deborah D. Morse
"Liberating 'Black Beauty': A Narrative on Animal Rights, Gender, Race, and Nation" will be presented by Sara E. Nance Professor of English Deborah D. Morse on Wednesday, Oct 23, 7 p.m. in the Sadler Center Commonwealth Auditorium. Learn more about the lecture: https://www.wm.edu/lecture
Returning to the moon: The problem of dust
Joel S. Levine, research professor of applied science, says lunar dust represents the greatest obstacle to prolonged human activity on the moon.
A Frenzy of Fall Field Trips 2: Flowing Low and Flying High

Earlier this summer I reported on the Gladstone Gladiators’ ‘games’ on and over the James River, all part of our research campaign to decipher and map the geology in the central Virginia Piedmont. On that trip, we used a drone to acquire aerial imagery of rock structures exposed in the river bottom while we paddled […]

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Friendships After Studying Abroad

When making the decision to leave William & Mary for a semester to study abroad, I considered how it would affect my college friendships. Though I was always able to keep my relationships strong during breaks, the distance, length of time, and time change made this separation different. However, after reflecting on staying in touch […]

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Impeachment and the Founding Fathers
Karin Wulf, professor of history and Executive Director of the Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture, discusses the Founding Fathers' consideration of executive impeachment.
Jody Allen featured on With Good Reason
Assistant professor of history Jody Allen discussed historic African-American communities on With Good Reason.
Scene@W&M: Trans locker
The ribbon is cut opening William & Mary's trans locker, a space where students can get clothing to match their gender identities. See the W&M News story: https://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2019/center-for-student-diversity-to-offer-trans-locker-this-fall.php
McLeod Tyler Wellness Center : One Year Later
The McLeod Tyler Wellness Center opened in August 2018 and is dedicated to supporting our flourishing student body. One year later, the McLeod Tyler Wellness Center continues to positively impact the lives of students across campus. Learn more at www.wm.edu MB01LYLXJBGK4BD
Values & the Big Picture

As part of W&M’s Strategic Planning process, we as a university are reflecting on and articulating our shared values. It’s an exciting time, and I hope (and imagine) that it will have some resonance with the values we developed in the early days of the Office of Community Engagement: education, mutually beneficial relationships, student development, […]

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Summer research: Counting terrapins on the Catlett Islands
Abigail Belvin '21 utilized a summer Charles Center grant to provide a baseline for terrapins on Virginia's Catlett Islands.
W&M in South Africa: Dance as a lens on justice
W&M professor of theatre Leah Glenn reflects the experiences of a student dance team she led to Cape Town.
1619 at Jamestown: Racialized slavery begins
W&M professor of history and Africana studies Robert Trent Vinson outlines the importance of Jamestown in establishing racial slavery in America.
2019 at Jamestown: Competing ideas of democracy
W&M professor of history and Africana studies Robert Trent Vinson suggests that the debate about democracy demonstrated when the president recently visited Jamestown goes back to 1619.
Transformative Potential of Football
From William & Mary to the world, Will Smith '14 chronicles his journey that started with a 'Politics in Africa' course at W&M and eventually results in the establishment of the LEAD Monrovia Football Academy in Liberia. LEAD MFA provides Liberia's talented youth with academic classes, football training, and life skills lessons to improve academic performance, break down gender barriers, and prepare students to lead positive change in Liberia. Learn more at: magazine.wm.edu & leadafrica.com Music Credits: MB01JXWGD665FPH
William & Mary: A University for the Bold
At William & Mary, bold moments define us. We challenge what is known, explore what is new and imagine a bold future. We are and always will be a university for the bold. For more information, visit www.wm.edu
2019 Homecoming: Find your reason to celebrate
Homecoming & Reunion Weekend is a great place to mix and mingle with Tribe faithful, young and old! October 17-20. Register today at homecoming.wm.edu MB018ESTAJXTGLY
Opening Convocation 2019: The welcome walk
New members of the the Tribe are greeted by members of the William & Mary community during Opening Convocation exercises.
W&M in 30: 2019 Convocation
William & Mary welcomes the class of 2023! Check out our 30 second recap featuring Convocation speaker, Beth Comstock '82, former vice chair of General Electric. For more information, visit www.wm.edu. Musicbed SyncID: MB0143X3HDF40TL
Scene@W&M: Shirts to bags
7-Generations students turn donated William & Mary T-shirts into collection bags for a local service organization.
'The Adjacent Possible': Abstract relationships
W&M professor of art and guest curator Elizabeth Mead said observers should build relationships with art over time as she discussed the Muscarelle Museum of Art exhibition "The Adjacent Possible."
Mother and daughter at SOE: Hearts for education
Trish Caroccia followed her daughter, graduate student Lindsay Kidd, to W&M's School of Education.
W&M move-in day 2019
New members of the W&M Tribe take up residence on campus.
W&M in 30: 2019 Move-In
It's William & Mary move-in day 2019, welcome to the new students & newest members of the tribe! Audio Credit - MB016OBJQDL7KHD
The costume shop
A look at W&M's temporary costume shop for theatre.
The scene shop
A look at W&M's temporary scene shop for theatre.
W&M honey: From KelRae Farm to campus tables
W&M beehives on KelRae Farm represent the latest effort by Dining Services to bring 'hyper-local' products to campus tables.
On-site with NIAHD: Angela of Jamestown
High-school students participating in NIAHD's (National Institute of History and Democracy) summer program got a close-up look of the Angela site at Jamestown.
Biology research: Bubblers, fountains and methane
Professor of biology Randy Chambers is running tests to determine the effectiveness of pond aeration on methane reduction.
Because of you, we are a university For the Bold
Thank you to all of our donors! Because of you and your support, we are a university for the bold and we’re on the move. Musicbed SyncID: MB01R7ZUCSZMTTX
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