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@williamandmary: We can't wait! MT @wmfye: The Countdown Continues: 30 Days until Orientation #wm2021 #wmorientation #wmmovein https://t.co/x0WUTyqut6
Beth Comstock '82 on Marketing
Beth Comstock '82 was recognized as an Industry Legend by The Advertising Club of New York City at the 2017 Advertising People of the Year awards. Watch an excerpt of Comstock discussing marketing and innovation from the 2017 W&M Weekend in New York. For more information on the weekend, visit http://weekend.wm.edu/
@WMNews: RT @WMLibraries: Our own Kathleen DeLaurenti @delaubrarian was featured in "This is What a Librarian Looks Like" by Kyle Cassidy!… https://t.co/jz8Qr4AVMM
@WMNews: Tribe junior David Hicks has qualified for the U.S. Amateur golf championship next month. https://t.co/JTfvM9k8Kr https://t.co/9LqRWfxIu4
@williamandmary: RT @TribeAthletics: Tribe fans be sure to keep an eye on @WMTribeFootball and @CAAFootball during #CAAFB Media Day updates! https://t.co/6VdXk0DDtc
@WMNews: York-Poquoson Sheriff's Office handling incident on Second Street, in upper York County. Incident remains active. No threat to campus.
@williamandmary: Beautiful shots of campus featuring Lemon Hall, the ISC 2 rooftop greenhouse & Zable. Aerial photos c/o Instagram's… https://t.co/AVz9VGH0ne
@williamandmary: RT @WMSchoolofBiz: Don't miss out on our student led Shark Tank! Students will pitch ideas to judges & receive up to $20,000 in fundin… https://t.co/7oCOaL7ttX
@williamandmary: RT @WMNews: Nearly $135 million raised and a new university record for #wmalumni giving set in FY17 https://t.co/vlqn1FYKdj #wmforthebold
@williamandmary: RT @WMAlumni: W&M is #1 for undergraduate alumni participation among nationally ranked public universities. #wmForTheBold https://t.co/HzI3qUykds
@WMNews: Nearly $135 million raised and a new university record for #wmalumni giving set in FY17 https://t.co/vlqn1FYKdj #wmforthebold
ICYMI: Travel + Leisure recently named Williamsburg, Virginia as one of the 15 top cities in the United States! Tell us (and future students) one of your favorite memories about living in the 'burg.
The Top 15 Cities in the United States
Four beautiful shots of campus on a #wmInSummer evening featuring Lemon Hall, the ISC 2 rooftop greenhouse and Zable Stadium. Special shout out to @nishnish98 for these amazing aerial photos! #wmregram
@williamandmary: RT @WillHPayne: Thanks Roanoke alumni for your input on the #wmPresident search process + thanks also to hosts Lauren Chen & Lauren… https://t.co/mhFvvHFpd4
@WMNews: .@williamandmary is a member of the LBNF-DUNE collaboration, with professors/students working on two continents https://t.co/cCIA34NmNb
@WMNews: RT @WMAlumni: Congratulations to @kevindua on winning the @Gilder_Lehrman Massachusetts History Teacher of the Year! https://t.co/om8pVDPbEC
@williamandmary: RT @CAASports: .@TribeAthletics leads all schools with 126 team #CAAChamps titles! https://t.co/lS3mql0UXk
William & Mary will use Kimball Theatre for theatre instruction and performances as well as performances by other university groups.
Colonial Williamsburg signs lease with William & Mary to operate Kimball Theatre
@williamandmary: Chartered in 1940, W&M's Virginia Institute of #MarineScience is one of the nation's largest marine research & edu… https://t.co/qlAi3zjL2P
Spotlight on VIMS: Chartered in 1940, @vainstituteofmarinescience is one of the largest marine research and education centers in the United States. As William & Mary's School of Marine Science, students working towards a Masters or Ph.D. in #marinescience study coastal ocean and estuary environments worldwide, such as Chesapeake Bay (and even Antarctica). VIMS' mission also includes providing educational and advisory services for the general public, policymakers and industry.
@williamandmary: RT @CAASports: .@TribeAthletics led #CAASports, the state of Virginia & ranked nationally in the top-25 with 9 teams earning NCAA… https://t.co/GGbXHZOTId
@WMNews: RT @WMTribeClub: Tribe fans, be sure to check out the @CAASports social posts today about W&M! We appreciate all that you do to make… https://t.co/WYfSzFyEqT
@williamandmary: RT @WMTribeClub: Tribe fans, be sure to check out the @CAASports social posts today about W&M! We appreciate all that you do to make… https://t.co/WYfSzFyEqT
@WMNews: New fellowship equips @williamandmary grad students for #socialjustice & #diversity work https://t.co/TWTSDxplbt #wmdiversity
@WMNews: RT @williamandmary: The #wmPresident search has held 80 listening sessions, as far as Dublin. Send your input: https://t.co/nhW3dVOLha https://t.co/0UEyk2M9vm
@williamandmary: The #wmPresident search has held 80 listening sessions, as far as Dublin. Send your input: https://t.co/nhW3dVOLha https://t.co/0UEyk2M9vm
@williamandmary: Last chance to join in on @Forbes' #MyTopCollege | @williamandmary contest. Deadline is tomorrow, 7/21!… https://t.co/yQePuLsVnd
@williamandmary: RT @LandLopers: Pretty sure this is the only @williamandmary yurt out there :) #TribeTravels #DiscoverKyrgyzstan @InternationalWM… https://t.co/PkzqQReOhz
@WMNews: Americans don't like to exercise, despite evidence that it's good for them. Baffling, eh? https://t.co/gNOus3oklR https://t.co/EnAVDQCNrM
@williamandmary: Correct, @haoscs! McGlothlin-Street Hall. Trivia: its first name was Tercentenary Hall for W&M's 300th bday in 1993. https://t.co/zYVMDyAIUX
@WMNews: Share your W&M travel photos using #TribeTravels https://t.co/tHmJhLndEh
Calling all sleuths! Can you picture where this location is on campus? Today's beautiful #WhereAtWM photo is courtesy of @dstruiks.
@williamandmary: Time for #WhereAtWM! Close your eyes & think back: Can you picture where this location is on campus? Photo c/o Inst… https://t.co/AJQwUMve42
We love this beautiful photo from campus, courtesy of Instagram's dstruiks. Let's play #WhereAtWM. Have you been to this spot on campus? Post your guesses in the comments!
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@WMNews: RT @PresPrecinct: In celebration of #MandelaDay, #YALI2017 Fellows spent the morning at @HabitatPGW Re-Store to learn and lend a hand… https://t.co/vRcRMv09Qo
@WMNews: .@WMSOE faculty receive awards from the Mensa Foundation for research on intelligence, giftedness https://t.co/gZhYsQzt1w #wmresearch
@williamandmary: Are you taking part in the #wmPrezSearch? Let your voice be heard. Send input & keep up with the latest updates:… https://t.co/Lx19W35OAC
Are you taking part in the search for William & Mary's next president? Stay up to date, send your input and nominate potential candidates: www.wm.edu/presidentialsearch Learn more about the #wmPresident search committee's most recent meeting: www.wm.edu/news/stories/2017/presidential-search-focuses-on-opportunities-for-wms-next-leader.php
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@williamandmary: #TribePride MT @WMNews: @colonialwmsburg signs lease with @williamandmary to operate Kimball Theatre… https://t.co/7EHPAZBpra
@WMNews: .@colonialwmsburg signs lease with @williamandmary to operate Kimball Theatre https://t.co/XHMjyBt02D
@WMNews: RT @WMAlumni: Happy #WorldEmojiDay 💚💛 Which emoji would you use to describe a favorite memory from @williamandmary?
@williamandmary: One of our favorite quiet spots on campus. Photo courtesy of Instagram's msb_757. #wmInSummer #wmregram https://t.co/vtFbRDH4ox
@WMNews: Work continues in the search for @williamandmary’s next president https://t.co/EDSBPMf1pC #wmPrezSearch https://t.co/ZRSYNpjUkB
One of our favorite quiet spots on campus, c/o @msb_757. #wmInSummer #wmregram
@williamandmary: RT @WMAlumni: Happy #WorldEmojiDay 💚💛 Which emoji would you use to describe a favorite memory from @williamandmary?
@WMNews: W&M recently lost one of its all-time great athletic heroes. https://t.co/1YdugIPQOf
@williamandmary: We're proud to call Williamsburg home! MT @WMNews: @TravelLeisure names @WilliamsburgGov a top 15 city in the U.S. https://t.co/bEVyVPxTVR
@williamandmary: RT @TribeAthletics: The 2016-17 Tribe Game Changers Bracket is down to the last four! Who will you vote for on Monday? https://t.co/vYRlNqnzFv
@WMNews: .@TravelLeisure names @WilliamsburgGov, home of @williamandmary, one of the top 15 cities in the U.S. https://t.co/Dd3QyyTn3a
A look inside the lab, where conservator and chemist collaborate to identify pigments in historic paintings — like the mauveine in the Muscarelle Museum of Art Cézanne. Did you miss Friday's big story? Catch up here: http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2017/muscarelle-museum-of-art-chief-curator-identifies-cezanne-painting.php
W&M Research: Tracking ‘Fugitive Pigments’ Through Chemistry
@williamandmary: RT @WMAlumni: Curious about the science behind @muscarelle's Cézanne discovery? Take a look inside the lab with W&M researchers: https://t.co/4e6awSUjRi
@williamandmary: Tag & show us your #TribeTravels this summer! We're sure to be impressed. This photo c/o Instagram's g_tothe_e duri… https://t.co/5SsngixFIX
@WMNews: RT @WMAlumni: Curious about the science behind @muscarelle's Cézanne discovery? Take a look inside the lab with W&M researchers: https://t.co/4e6awSUjRi
@williamandmary: What is the most far out place you've run into a fellow Tribe member? Tell us about it! #TribeIsEverywhere #wmAlumni https://t.co/JBX9Ibc5Js
Ciao, Italia! A Summer Abroad

Summer 2017 has been a summer of “firsts.” It was my first time on a plane, my first time out of the country, and my first time traveling alone. I took a taxi for the first time in my life, successfully navigated a confusing bus system in a strange city, and had entire conversations with […]

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Each summer we ask you to show us where you're traveling, Tribe. We're always impressed. Today's #TribeTravels photo is courtesy of @g_tothe_e. "Peru is so much more than just the Inca and Machu Picchu. In the last ten days, I've experienced the rich diversity and culture this land has to offer. There truly are no words that can explain the sheer amount of love I have for this land. #TribeTravels" #wmInSummer #wmregram
@williamandmary: The @muscarelle has identified a Cézanne that he painted as a copy of an earlier work. On display thru 8/16.… https://t.co/m8RS8hvUKZ
William & Mary's Muscarelle Museum of Art Chief Curator John Spike knew he was looking at a Cézanne. Analysis and testing have backed up his now certainty that it was painted by French artist Paul Cézanne as a copy of an original work from 300 years earlier. Now on display through August 13 as part of "The Art and Science of Connoisseurship" exhibition.
Muscarelle Museum of Art chief curator identifies Cézanne painting
@WMNews: The group arrives on campus tomorrow https://t.co/dMpyBFG36y #YALI2017 @InternationalWM @PresPrecinct
@WMNews: You've seen students @muscarelle copying famous works. It's kinda like that. #wmarts https://t.co/Tr3FWFVRX3
@williamandmary: We need your help, Tribe! Tell @Forbes why you love W&M and tag it #MyTopCollege and @williamandmary. More info:… https://t.co/SNhV6nKHe4
@williamandmary: RT @TribeAthletics: The Game Changers Quarterfinal have been released be sure to get your votes in. Look at our timeline or visit -… https://t.co/HByT2OkYB6
@williamandmary: Pretty quiet on campus. But we see some activity at the end of the Wren Yard path. Any guesses? https://t.co/YnMBlXLt1a #wmWrenCam @lordbot
@WMNews: False Alarm. There is no emergency on campus. An alert message was accidentally sent.
@williamandmary: RT @wminfotech: IT's upgrade of the core routers on campus will give W&M the potential for an almost futuristic amount of bandwidth… https://t.co/cp3O8SZaRa
@WMNews: How a saint he'd never heard of changed W&M doctoral candidate James Padilioni's academic life.… https://t.co/qlEc1n41qV
@WMNews: RT @VIMS_News: . @VIMS_News: high-tech medical device scans fish skeletons in exquisite detail for evolutionary studies… https://t.co/stKOZKDfun
A Major Dilemma: CAMS (Applied Statistics)

William & Mary has several different majors suitable for those interested in mathematics. A student could choose to major in applied or standard mathematics, and then choose one of their concentrations, or choose to major in math for pre-college teaching. Another option students have is Computational and Applied Mathematics and Statistics (CAMS), which uses an interdisciplinary […]

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@WMNews: Because even a research university can’t have every imaginable scientific instrument https://t.co/3h24PWPKCu
W&M choirs: Engaging music in South Africa
The W&M Choir and Botetourt Chamber Singers went to South Africa for their 2017 international tour.
Learn how recent neuroscience grad (and small business owner) Merci Best '17 spent a memorable study abroad experience in South Africa with help from the Reves Center for International Studies. #wmAbroad
William & Mary - Q&A With Merci Best '17 - STEM Students Can Study Abroad!
A Wren Yard view of our gracefully aging Wren Building. Photo courtesy of @jterry0508 #wrencrushwednesday #wminsummer
@WMNews: .@WMSchoolofBiz online MBA student Kyle Milliken posthumously named among 2017 #TillmanScholars by @pattillmanfnd https://t.co/FnNRzQA370
@WMNews: The 25th anniversary celebration took place in D.C. June 23-25. Did you attend? https://t.co/04THN8p7BB
@WMNews: RT @VIMS_News: VIMS grad students taking the initiative to help clean up #GloucesterPoint's coastline. @gloucesterva #virginia… https://t.co/3exkzGHmg0
@xuanwenh615 shares a peek inside the latest phase of the Integrated Science Center – the atrium is a favorite spot for students. #wmregram
Learning African-American history through the arts
The Greater Williamsburg Women's Association's Cultural Arts Experience brought 30 area middle-school students to the Muscarelle Museum to learn about heritage.
A stunning summer sunset over the Sunken Garden. Photo courtesy of Instagram's alexandra.ybai. #wmregram #wmInSummer
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@WMNews: Maggie Fraser Kirsh has been researching child survivors of the Holocaust for more than a decade https://t.co/mtAwkCWGH2
@WMNews: Virginia Food Access Network maps developed on the Esri ArcGIS online platform at @CGA_WM https://t.co/OGJPunCaPE
@WMNews: Update: WMPD working to identify and determine the cause of death of the 50 - 60 year old male discovered at Dillard. www.wm.ed/alert
Do you know where this "powerful" location is on campus? #WhereAtWM
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Let's play #WhereAtWM! Do you know where this "powerful" location is on campus?
The Wren Building is beautiful at any time of day (or night). #WrenCrushWednesday #wmInSummer c/o Instagram's techang_hsu
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Go behind the oohs and aaahs of the Fourth with William & Mary chemist Bill McNamara. He’ll tell you about how fireworks work at the molecular level, and you’ll learn the scientific term for the loud noise at the end.
The chemistry of fireworks
Happy Independence Day, Tribe! #wmInSummer
A stunning #wmInSummer sunset over the Sunken Garden. #wmregram c/o @alexandra.ybai
Meet William & Mary’s Blogging Senior Interviewers

It can be tough to completely express yourself through a paper application – paper applications are two-dimensional, after all. Our Admission Office recognizes this and gives students a chance to add another personal layer to their application. On-campus interviews provide you with the opportunity to make your application three-dimensional. Each summer, the Admission Office hires sixteen rising seniors to conduct […]

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What made your time at W&M special? Hear Sam Sadler's '64, M.ED. '71 story and join him in supporting future student experiences at impact.wm.edu/give2017
Sam Sadler's Story
Summer in the ‘Burg

I’m in Williamsburg for the summer, and I cannot contain my joy. After trotting the globe for 5 months, I am excited to be back at my favorite place. When I’m not working at the Dean of A&S and giving tours to prospective students, I have been exploring Williamsburg and readjusting to life in America. These […]

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Are your pets showing their #TribePride this summer? Show us in the comments below or on Twitter and Instagram using the #TribePets hashtag. This cute pup courtesy of Instagram's cjkimx.
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Crim Dell reflections on a beautiful #wmInSummer day. #wmregram c/o @storyofandrea
Lemon Project Committee On Memorialization

William & Mary has an illustrious history. It is Virginia’s oldest college, the second institution of higher education founded in British North America prior to the American Revolution, and it has the oldest college building in the nation. It is also the only university in the nation granted a royal charter directly from British monarchy, […]

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A Major Dilemma: Film and Media Studies

If you’ve talked to many students at William & Mary, you’ve likely noticed that it’s uncommon for them to be interested in a single field. Double-majoring, picking a minor, and choosing interdisciplinary fields are all common ways students choose in their quest to graduate as a well-rounded student. Film and Media Studies is a structured […]

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Sir Reveley needs your help defeating the dragon! Strengthen the wizard's potion by making a gift now at http://impact.wm.edu/give2017 #WMForTheBold
A Knight's Gale
A Knight's Gale
Sir Reveley needs your help defeating the dragon! Strengthen the wizard's potion by making a gift now at http://impact.wm.edu/give2017 #WMForTheBold
A little bit of W&M for your Monday c/o @ruavt2. #wmregram
In honor of Pride Month and the two-year anniversary of Obergefell v. Hodges, we are taking a look back at the #wmlovestory of Dr. Camilla Buchanan ’66 and former William & Mary Tribe Volleyball Coach Debra Hill. The piece was first created as part of the 2017 Charter Day video series.
We need your help, Tribe! The Forbes #MyTopCollege social media campaign is back. Post a photo on Twitter and/or Instagram telling Forbes why you love W&M (don’t forget to include the hashtag and our Twitter handle @williamandmary). For more information and instructions, visit: https://www.forbes.com/sites/carolinesimon/2017/06/07/show-us-your-school-spirit-nominations-open-for-the-2017-mytopcollege-contest/#740fe4b48ac2
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Final Freshman and Transfer Waitlist Update

We Admit It! Summer is a wonderful time of year. Williamsburg is gorgeous, summer visits are in full swing, and we have welcomed a new group of senior interviewers who are currently busy meeting with the potential applicants for the Class of 2022. As we begin to turn our focus to next year’s applicant pool, […]

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Happy Olympic Day! Here's a look back at one of W&M's own Olympians, Jill Ellis '88, who received an honorary degree and provided the keynote address at William & Mary Commencement 2016.
2016 Honorary Degree Recipient: Jill Ellis '88
In the music library: A place for creating sound
Members of Christopher DeLaurenti's computer music class explore instruments available at the university's music library.
A Decade’s Worth of Field Britches

It’s mid-summer, and it is time for geological fieldwork with my undergraduate research students. As I’ve written before, geologists commonly go to the field to collect their primary data, and for William & Mary geologists, summer is a prime time to gather field data for Senior Research projects. The prudent geologist wears pants in the […]

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Summertime at the Integrated Science Center. 📸: @joysalanga #wmregram #wminsummer
Happy first (official) day of summer, Tribe! The sun is shining, there’s a light breeze and temperatures are in the 80s. It’s a pretty perfect #wmInSummer day in the ‘burg!
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Happy first (official) day of #wmInSummer, Tribe!
In the studio: Painting through life
Associate professor of art Nicole Santiago paints, in part, as a means of making sense of her life.
Santiago's "Indulgences"
Associate professor of art Nicole Santiago painted a series called "Indulgences."
Last week W&M celebrated the official groundbreaking of the McLeod Tyler Wellness Center. The new building is expected to open in the fall of 2018. Learn more: http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2017/ground-is-broken-for-mcleod-tyler-wellness-center.php
McLeod Tyler Wellness Center Groundbreaking
💚💛 #TribePets #wmregram 📸: @cjkimx
W&M Now: At the Tony Awards
We need your help, Tribe! Help W&M win the @forbes #MyTopCollege contest by sharing your Tribe Pride on Instagram and Twitter! Make sure to use the hashtag and tag @williamandmary.
Dear Evan Hansen came away with six Tony Awards on Sunday. Hear from Caitlin Clements '11 who has been with the production every step of the way.
W&M Now: At the Tonys
Holmes: The tweets of Trump
Marcus Holmes, assistant professor of government, talks about President Trump's use of digital diplomacy.
McLeod Tyler Wellness Center Groundbreaking
William & Mary MBA: 50 Years of Countless Achievements
William & Mary MBA: Where It All Started
A historical retrospective on the MBA program and it’s 50 years of creating adaptable and thoughtful leaders, prepared to take on today’s business challenges using tomorrow’s most innovative solutions.
Today's MBA
The William & Mary School of Business recently celebrated the 50th anniversary of its MBA program. Hear directly from today’s MBA students to find out how the program has influenced their lives and career paths.
The Wren Building is beautiful at any time of day (or night). #WrenCrushWednesday 📸: @techang_hsu
COLL 300: W&M and the World

After 146 days, 50 cities, 21 hostels, 19 plane rides, 10 countries, 8 languages, 3 time zones, 2 continents, I am finally back in the US! Studying abroad in Spain has been one of the craziest, best and most challenging seasons of my life. I intersected with people from all over the world. From Australians […]

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A Major Dilemma: Computer Science

Computer science is concerned with the systematic study of algorithms for describing and transforming information. At William & Mary, students can choose to either major or minor in the program, and graduate students may pursue a master’s degree and PhD. The university also offers a five-year program, leading to the one-year master’s degree. The minor requires […]

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W&M Geology students and faculty members recently trekked around the Lofoten Islands of Norway in search of a distinctive, dense and beautiful rock. The adventure was a part of a field course designed to give students the opportunity to explore the world beyond campus. #TribeTravels Did you go abroad as a student? Where did you go?
Snow on Eclogite: W&M Geology in Norway - The William & Mary Blogs
Assessing Learning Outcomes in Civic Engagement

Remarks prepared for the opening session of the SCHEV Civic Engagement Education and Assessment Summit at William & Mary on June 9, 2017: Over the past few decades hundreds of best colleges and universities in the United States have established centers for some form of community or civic engagement. The centers exists in physical and […]

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Each fall, Opening Convocation kicks of the academic year as we officially welcome our newest students. This year it coincides with the start of a yearlong series of events commemorating the 50th anniversary of William & Mary’s first African-American residential students. #wmconvocation
Former Virginia Supreme Court Justice John Charles Thomas to speak at Convocation
An aerial view of William & Mary's recently renovated Zable Stadium, which includes features consistent with the architecture of the west and north ends of campus.
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Anyone flying above William & Mary's renovated Zable Stadium will know we are the home of the Tribe!
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Part of the new W&M Zable Stadium renovations included the Smith-McGlothlin Grandstand, suites and a press box. Go Tribe!
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Zable Stadium's end zone scores big with W&M's new wordmark.
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Tribe fans have a football field to be proud of with the renovation of Zable Stadium.
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The Sir Christopher Wren Building sits at the head of the W&M campus, just before you cross into Colonial Wililamsburg.
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W&M's Swem Library is the highest-rated academic library in the Commonwealth of Virginia and one of the top 20 in the nation.
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2016 marked William & Mary's Earl Gregg Swem Library's 50th anniversary.
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W&M's Sunken Garden backed by the historic Sir Christopher Wren Building. Simply stunning.
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The Sadler Center, Lodge 1 and the Cohen Career Center--where the W&M students go.
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The Sadler Center is the largest multi-pupose building on the William & Mary campus.
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Center Court dining at the Sadler Center is in the circular part of the building. The green-tabled outside area is the Terrace, where many different activities take place.
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Phi Beta Kappa Memorial Hall is the main performing arts complex on the campus of William & Mary.
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How far will you roam this summer? Members of the W&M Choir recently dipped their toes in the Indian Ocean during a trip to South Africa. #TribeTravels #wmregram 📸: @olalapozor1
Glenn Close ’74, D.A. ’89 recently took some time to talk to W&M alumni about her illustrious career and her college mentor.
W&M Now: Glenn Close
Artificial intelligence and the future of work
Gene Roche, executive professor of higher education, discusses the evolution of computer intelligence and the future of human work.
Faculty on topic: Ethics of autonomous driving
Gene Roche, executive professor of higher education, talks about decision-making involving autonomous vehicles.
Faculty on topic: Scary thing about deep learning
Gene Roche, executive professor of higher education, says we do not know how computers are programming themselves.
Snow on Eclogite: W&M Geology in Norway

We’ve just finished our first William & Mary Geology 310 course to Norway. For 11 days, 16 students and two Geology faculty trekked around and over the Lofoten Islands. This post highlights the last half of our trip. On Friday, May 26th we took our longest road trip from our base in Henningsvær journeying west ~40 […]

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The week is off to a wet start after a gorgeous weekend in the ‘burg. Here’s a shot of last night’s sunset over Lake Matoaka courtesy of Instagram’s gregthompson_17. #MatoakaMonday
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Last night's sunset over Lake Matoaka. 🌅 📸: @gregthompson_17 #MatoakaMonday
Lifetime Speech – Cameron How ’20

Guest blogger Cameron How explains the intention of his Lifetime Speech in the brief video linked below. Students enrolled in the W&M DC Summer Institute on Leadership and Community Engagement were assigned to give an interpretation of the intended learning outcomes of the class. Students were expected to reflect on personal gifts for leadership, to humbly […]

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A Bittersweet Weekend: Commencement 2017

As I concluded my freshman year, I could easily name off a few seniors who gave me the best advice, served as the greatest inspirations, and whom I’ll be forever thankful for. I was already planning on staying on campus through graduation, and thought what better way to spend these last few days than among […]

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DC Summer Institute – Site Visits

Guest blogger Leah Dillard provides us a summary of some of the site visits as part of the W&M DC Summer Institutes.  Our first site visit at the Capitol Building set the scene for our visits the rest of the two weeks. The quality of these visits was unexpected; I thought we would receive a […]

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My story, By Ka’miya Gunn ’19

Guest Blogger Ka’miya Gunn shares her gift for poetry and music as part of an oral presentation for the DC Summer Institute.  My story  Takin’ Over was the first song that I ever released on SoundCloud. It was my first chance to tell my story. For that, it will always hold a special place in my […]

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Legacy Speeches as Oral Presentation – Bill Bearden ’19

Guest blogger Bill Bearden shares wisdom on what he’d like to pursue as his life well lived. This speech is part of a class assignment for the DC Summer Institute on Leadership and Community Engagement. In the name of solidarity Together we have achieved that which no individual may take credit for and that which […]

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William & Mary Weekend in New York
An epic William & Mary Weekend was enjoyed by more than 700 alumni, parents and friends. Tribe faithful from both near and far traveled to New York City to connect, discover and celebrate in exclusive settings and made memories that will last a lifetime. Get more information at weekend.wm.edu
Blue skies over Tucker Hall.
A Major Dilemma: Anthropology

At William & Mary, students may choose to major in anthropology, which will earn them a Bachelor of Arts, or minor. In order to earn a BA in Anthropology, students must take 33 credit hours within the major. These include a major computing requirement, a major writing requirement, and a set of core requirements that […]

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Why is 40% Alumni Participation Important?
To learn more about the importance of participation for William & Mary, watch this short video about the drive for 40 percent.
Fun in the Sun: DC Summer Institute

Hey everyone, Corinne here again. The American Politics Institute has wrapped up its second week of intense discussions on polarization, and with that, the class portion of this summer program is over! It was a wild ride. The second week of speakers was just as impressive as the first, and I’ve come away feeling like an expert […]

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No More Dead Zones: My Journey to the Fight for Climate Justice

I remember the first time we sailed through a “dead zone”.  I remember the dark red color of the water and the smell of the rotting fish floating on the water’s surface. I remember the thick and slimy red algae pushing against our boat and sticking to our rudder. Most of all, I remember realizing […]

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Skerries and Moraines: W&M Geology in Norway

The Geology 310 course has been in Norway for nearly a week, and we are enjoying the diverse terrain of the Lofoten Islands. The weather has been suitably pleasant, it is downright mild by Arctic standards with an ever-changing mixture of clouds, bits of sun, and only a few spots of light rain (thus far). […]

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Dropping Out to Join the Military

Allow me to preface this article by stating I do not plan to join the military anytime soon, however, my recent exposure to the process of mission analysis has me fascinated, and has allowed me to consider the possibility of becoming a military officer. In early May, when I could have been studying for finals, […]

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A Major Dilemma: American Studies

William & Mary has over forty undergraduate programs you can choose to major or minor in. As a well-rounded liberal arts student, it can be difficult to narrow your interests down enough to choose a single field (or two) to major in. Choosing a major is a big decision, so this summer W&M Peer Advising […]

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DC Summer Institute: Hello from Sheng

Hello y’all! My name is Sheng, I am a rising sophomore at the DC Summer Institute on Leadership and Community Engagement (LCE). I’m also an international student, and I plan to double-major in International Relations and Computer Science. The main focus of the LCE Institute is on leadership. We are also interested in the role […]

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DC Summer Institute: Meet Corinne

Hey everyone! My name is Corinne and I’m a fellow at the W&M DC Summer Institute on American Politics. We’ve just wrapped up our first week here in D.C. and it’s already been a whirlwind of an adventure. I can’t wait to share it all with you! First, a little about myself: I’m a rising […]

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Congratulations, Class of 2017!
Each year students graduate from William & Mary. For scholarship recipients like Isaiah Simmons '17, Stephen Gurley '17, and Susanna Simmons '17, it's a time of reflection and gratitude. They were afforded an opportunity to have a world-class education because of generous donors supporting need-based, merit, study abroad, athletics and professional/graduate scholarships. To learn more about the impact of scholarship, please visit forthebold.wm.edu/scholarships
W&M in 30: Commencement 2017
Scene@W&M: 2017 Senior Dance
Seniors at the university enjoy an evening of dancing prior to their commencement.
Commencement 2017: Isaacson's keynote remarks
Walter Isaacson delivers the keynote address during the 2017 commencement exercises at William & Mary.
Commencement 2017: Truskey's student remarks
Colleen Truskey '17 delivers the student remarks during the 2017 commencement exercises at William & Mary.
Commencement 2017: Gates' opening remarks
Chancellor Robert Gates delivers the welcoming remarks during the 2017 commencement exercises at William & Mary.
Commencement 2017: Reveley's closing remarks
President Taylor Reveley delivers the closing remarks during the 2017 commencement exercises at William & Mary.
2017 Honorary Degree Recipient: Carla Hayden
2017 Honorary Degree Recipient: Walter Isaacson
2017 Honorary Degree Recipient: Paul Verkuil '61
Class of 2017: Commencement Walk
Members of William and Mary's graduating class walk across campus toward their commencement exercises.
The university was expected to confer degrees upon 1,413 undergraduate and 718 graduate students throughout the weekend.
Commencement 2017 #wmgrad Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Happiness is Commencement weekend at W&M.
Commencement 2017 #wmgrad Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Rain? What rain! It's Commencement weekend at W&M!
Commencement 2017 #wmgrad Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Graduates cross the Crim Dell on their way to Kaplan Arena.
Commencement 2017 #wmgrad Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
A proud graduate takes the Commencement Walk.
Commencement 2017 #wmgrad Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Emotions run high during Commencement weekend.
Commencement 2017 #wmgrad Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
A little rain couldn't dampen the celebratory mood on campus this morning as the graduates took a final walk across campus together.
Commencement 2017 #wmgrad Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
A sea of mortarboards on Saturday morning during the Walk Across Campus.
Commencement 2017 #wmgrad Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Students decorate their mortarboards to be easily recognized by friends & family during W&M Commencement.
Commencement 2017 #wmgrad Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
W&M hoods in green, gold & silver look regal against the black ceremonial robes.
Commencement 2017 #wmgrad Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Proud seniors begin the annual Walk Across Campus.
Commencement 2017 #wmgrad Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
A little rain never hurt a W&M graduate.
Commencement 2017 #wmgrad Photo by Stephen Salpukas William & Mary
Class of 2017: Senior reflections
Seniors reflect upon their W&M experiences prior to commencement.
In the gallery: 2017 Senior Art Show
A look at the 2017 senior art show at William & Mary.
A Bold Celebration in DC
Astral Fashion Show
In April of 2017, Rocket Magazine and SOHHL partnered to put together the College of William & Mary's first fashion show.
In class with Max Katz: The Music of India Ensemble
The Music of India Ensemble benefits from the teaching of master musician Irfan Khan during its final class session of 2017.
Freiman: How did you get involved with the immigration debate?
Christopher Freiman, an associate professor of philosophy at William & Mary discusses how he got involved with the immigration debate as it pertains to the United States. Professor Freiman's research interests include democratic theory, distributive justice, and immigration.
Freiman: Current or future works concerning immigration
Christopher Freiman, an associate professor of philosophy at William & Mary discusses his current and future works concerning immigration in the United States. Professor Freiman's research interests include democratic theory, distributive justice, and immigration.
Freiman: How should we approach immigration?
Christopher Freiman, an associate professor of philosophy at William & Mary discusses the different approaches the government and people of the United States can have while facing immigration. Professor Freiman's research interests include democratic theory, distributive justice, and immigration.
Freiman: Empirical versus the ethical outlook regarding immigration in the US?
Christopher Freiman, an associate professor of philosophy at William & Mary discusses the empirical versus ethical outlook on immigration in the United States. Professor Freiman's research interests include democratic theory, distributive justice, and immigration.
W&M Now: Military Mondays
For the Bold: Building a Lasting Legacy
Scene@W&M: 'Out of Darkness' walk
The W&M community walks to bring awareness and resources to the problems of suicide.
Scene@W&M: Earth Day with butterflies
The 2017 Earth Day celebration at W&M featured a special exhibit about Monarch butterflies.
Scene@W&M: Shakespeare and sonnet
The English department hosts a 401st birthday party for William Shakespeare.
W&M in 30: Monarchs & Music
Monarchs & Music: Earth Day Festival sponsored by W&M Sustainability, Monarch & Milkweed Research, and AMP.
Scene@W&M: Yoga at Matoaka
Campus recreation sponsors an outdoor yoga session as one of the university's Earth Week celebrations.
Behind the curtain: Lighting ‘Baskerville’
Guest lighting designer Martha Mountain '86 returns to her alma mater to work on a PBK mainstage production.
Scene@W&M: TribeHacks
TheTribeHacks event at W&M keeps the university 'in touch' with the global computing community.
President Reveley Retiring on June 30, 2018 (Full Video)
Scene@W&M: On the quidditch field
A few moments with W&M's Quidditch Club.
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