Without so much as a map or an "X" to mark the spot, a group of William & Mary students recently uncovered some historical "treasure" that is expected to shed new light on the lives of early 20th-century African-Americans, including Maggie L. Walker, the first woman to found a bank in the United States and a black woman who worked tirelessly to improve the lives of other black women.
Two research projects by Meredith Deming '10 will result in better education for W&M freshmen on the effects of alcohol.
A double major in History and Anthropology, Ellie Hall '10 undertook a community service research project in Alaska in the summer of 2008.
Meghan Dunne ('09) received a 2008 President's Award for Service to the Community.
A biofuel plant in the Keck Lab at the College of William and Mary is converting waste into diesel while building community.