Curiosity and hope are essential to navigating today’s increasingly complex world, Nicco Mele ’99 told new William & Mary students at Opening Convocation.
W&M faculty members discuss what each candidate’s presidential priorities may be in national defense, the economy and domestic and foreign policies once elected.
More than 300 state and local government, industry and higher education leaders turn out for regional economic development forum at William & Mary.
Eight new students from four different states make up the freshmen class of 1693 Scholars, the most elite merit-based scholarship program on campus.
The Virginia Symphony Orchestra will perform a free concert at William & Mary’s Martha Wren Briggs Amphitheatre at Lake Matoaka on Sept. 1.
Jiajia Chen '18 and Debbie Ramer, an instructor in special education at the William & Mary School of Education, will receive the 2016 President’s Awards for Service to the Community.
Work is still going on, but the third phase of William & Mary’s Integrated Science Center will be open when classes start. (With one exception.)
For the first time, community members joined new W&M students for the annual SHOW Day.
Nicco Mele is presently director of the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School.
A 5.8 magnitude earthquake that shook central Virginia in 2011 was felt up and down the East Coast. Geology Professor Chuck Bailey was called on to explain the event.
Anna Fridley joined the campaign of Shelly Laurenzo '11 and helped her win a seat on the Waynesboro school board.
Under a balmy morning sky, freshmen, transfers and other new students arrived on campus Friday to move into residence halls.
Five projects received funding totaling $20,000 thanks to gifts from Tim Dunn ‘83, Ellen Stofan ‘83, and Andrew ’93 and Sarah Sugerman ’92.