A few years ago, I thought “diversity” was just the name of the section at the bottom of every application asking me about my race.
One Tribe. Many Voices.
"Engaging out differences with sympathetic understanding is hard work. We want to be, and are, a community that genuinely welcomes people of all backgrounds."
Taylor Reveley, President of the College of William & Mary
On October 22, 2010, the Latin American Student Union (LASU) hosted W&M’s first Latino spoken word event.
At the beginning of each school year, the Deltas and Alphas start the year off right with their annual Rumble in the Jungle Party.
Bestselling South African author speaks to packed crowd on xenophobia and rational intolerance.
On November 16, 2010, Muslims around the world celebrated the three day festival of Eid Al-Adha.
I-Faith is a new interfaith organization at William & Mary.
It is not every day that you see a hip-hop concert on campus.
On November 6, the Students of the Caribbean Association and the Hispanic Cultural Organization celebrated their annual Comida Casera dinner.
Homecoming weekend culminated for many in the multicultural community with the Black Student Organization’s annual Homecoming Stomp Fest on Saturday October 23.