Diversity is vitality. At William & Mary, not only do we excel in the quality of our academic departments but also in the social opportunities and experiences we offer to our students.
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“We shall have our follies without doubt. Some one or more of them will always be afloat. But ours will be the follies of enthusiasm, not of bigotry, not of Jesuitism. Bigotry is the disease of ignorance, of morbid minds; enthusiasm of the free and buoyant. Education and free discussion are the antidotes of both.”
Thomas Jefferson, William & Mary class of 1762.
Often times when listing religious denominations at universities, Hinduism is overlooked because it either does not have enough followers or because a Hindu organization has not been established on campus.
Native American Student Association (NASA) is a group of students with a strong sense of Tribe Pride.
It's 1974 and you are an African-American woman at the College of William & Mary.
This past fall, the South Asian Student Association (SASA) held its annual culture show, Expressions.
W&M’s Japanese Houseactivities offer its members avariety of hands-on culturalactivities from cookinglessons to movie nights toconversation hours.
Towards the end of every fall semester, planning is underway at the College of William & Mary for the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. commemoration events in the upcoming spring semester.
On a wind-chilled Saturday morning, 20 William & Mary students stand huddled on the Sadler Center terrace, some barely awake, waiting to carpool to Toano Middle School.
I laugh when recalling that William & Mary was not always my top pick for a college, because after coming here I couldn’t picture myself anywhere else.
Last fall, many alumni returned to the College to celebrate Homecoming weekend 2010.
When speaking of the Russian house, a short news article is not enough to describe the fantastic dynamics, friendships, late nights and Russian influences that make the Russian house, in our opinion, one of the most fantastic places to live on campus.
Well, who are we?
As the leaves fall, the Chinese Student Organization harvests a new beginning.