William and Mary

Directory of Clubs and Organizations


Maasai American Student AssociationCommunity ServiceEmail: [[e|maasai]]
Purpose: To volunteer abroad with the Maasai American Organization in the Narok District of Kenya
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Macintosh User GroupInterest GroupEmail: [[e|macintoshusers]]
Purpose: To increase campus support for the MacIntosh platform and to help MacIntosh users make their computing experiences productive and enjoyable.
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Mahjong SocietyInterest GroupEmail: [[e|mahjong]]
Purpose: To play and enjoy the game of Mahjong

Marine Science SocietyInterest GroupEmail: [[e|marinescisociety]]
Purpose: The Marine Science Society (MSS) will be for students currently enrolled in the Marine Science minor program and students who are interested in the subject of marine science. The Society will help students in the minor connect to other undergraduates and to professors and graduate students at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science. (VIMS).

Marshall-Wythe Debating SocietyLaw SchoolEmail: [[e|mwdebate]]
Purpose: As an organization within the law school, The Marshall-Wythe Debating Society's primary objective is to promote, facilitate, and celebrate the tradition of rhetoric and argument within law and society. The organization will engage the law school community with current and complex issues spanning politics, economics, culture, ethics, and of course, law. The organization hopes to educate others on the proper boundaries of debate, the fundamental structure of argument, and the responsibility that accompanies a public platform. The organization will seek to expose the law school, undergraduate, and Williamsburg community to these ideals.

Marshall Wythe RepublicansLaw SchoolEmail: [[e|mwrepublicans]]
Purpose: To further the conservative cause by bringing Republican leaders to the law school

Martial ArtsSports ClubPresident: [[e|jmtyra, Jacquelyn Tyra]]
Email: [[martialarts]]
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Mason AllianceInterest GroupEmail: [[e|masonalliancfe]]
Purpose: The purpose of The Mason Alliance, established in 2012, shall be to provide support for LGBTQ students and their allies with an interest in business, with a broader goal of creating an accepting environment for LGBTQ workers in the business world workers in the business world. The Mason Alliance aims to accomplish this by : 1. Providing LGBTQ undergraduates with a variety of activities including workshops and regular meetings where they establish a network with those who share their professional interests. 2. Facilitating networking opportunities with corporate recruiters to provide LGBTQ undergraduates with a background of these recruiting firms with regards to issues that concern them. 3. Setting up/holding events involving mentoring with LGBTQ Mason Alumni, speakers’ series, and mentoring partnerships between alumni and current members.

Mason Entrepreneurship ClubInterest GroupEmail: [[e|entrepreneur]]
Purpose: To pursue the field of entrepreneurship through semester presentations, business plan competitions and various other outlets. Students will interact with alumni, faculty, and business partners to learn more about entrepreneurship and its applications in various industries.

Massage ClubInterest GroupEmail: [[e|massageclub]]
Purpose: To help students relax and de-stress. The group will teach various techniques of massage, including self-massage
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Master of Accounting Program – Macc CouncilAcademicPurpose: The MAcc Council exists to serve students enrolled in the Mason School of Business, Master of Accounting Program at The College of William & Mary. The primary functions of the MAcc Council are to plan and organize activities and events for MAcc students and in conjunctions with the Mason Development team to oversee the class gift campaign. The activities sponsored by the Council will incorporate at least one act of service or fundraising effort on behalf of a charity each year.
Email:: [[e|macccouncil]]

Master of Business Administration AssociationStudent GovernmentEmail: [[e|mbaa]]
Purpose: To serve and promote without profit the Business school and those directly associated with same, be they students, faculty, administration, or alumni.

Medical Aid in Nicaragua:: Outreach ScholarshipCommunity ServicePurpose: The goal of the project is to develop sustainable solutions to health problems in Cuje, Nicaragua.
Email: [[e|manos01]]
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Medical ReliefCommunity ServiceEmail: [[e|medicalrelief]]
Purpose: To provide an annually determined group of W&M students to volunteer abroad with an organization called International Service Learning. The students will be responsible for organizing the trip and fundraising.
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Meditation ClubInterest GroupEmail: [[e|meditationclub01]]
Purpose: To provide a venue for group meditation and teaches basic meditation techniques as well as Far Eastern methods of self-discovery.

Meridian CoffeehouseInterest GroupEmail: [[e|meridian01]]
Purpose: Located on Boundary St., this coffeehouse offers a selection of gourmet coffee and pastries and live entertainment.
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Merrimac MentorsCommunity ServiceEmail: [[e|merrimacmentors]]
Purpose: The purpose of our organization is to educate and enrich the lives of both William and Mary students and Merrimac residents through mentoring, education enrichment activities, and tutoring. We will educate and prepare volunteers to engage in positive and encouraging relationships with the students of Merrimac Juvenile Detention Center.

Metal ClubInterest GroupEmail: [[e|metalclub]]
Purpose: To provide a community for those students and faculty interested in the metal and hard rock music genre.
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Middle Eastern Student Association.Interest GroupPurpose: The purpose of the Middle Eastern Student Association (MESA) is a student organization whose mission is to promote solidarity among Middle Eastern students at William & Mary, as well as provide a platform for open discussion of political issues and cross-cultural understanding. MESA will sponsor Middle Eastern social and cultural activities and events open to the entire campus community. A primary goal of MESA will be to explore issues relating to the Greater Middle East, recognizing the unique sociopolitical ties between the Middle East and North Africa, Central Asia, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. MESA welcomes and respects students of all ethnic, religious, and political affiliations.
Email: [[e|mesa]]

Military Law SocietyLaw SchoolEmail: [[e|mlwsoc]]
Purpose: To promote knowledge and awareness of military law issues affecting students, law professionals, and members of America's armed forces. The Military Law Society promotes scholarly discussion of military law and related law topics, and builds social ties between interested students, the law school, and the local community to promote professional development. Membership in the military is not necessary. The Society is open to all students who wish to study the interface between the military, the government, and the wider legal system.
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Mock Trial TeamInterest GroupEmail: [[e|mocktrial]]
Purpose: A competitive team which simulates real court room experience. The goal is to provide students an in depth knowledge of the legal process.
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Model Arab LeagueInterest GroupPurpose: The goal of the Model Arab League will be to further the understanding of Arab history, politics, and culture. Furthermore, Model Arab League will venture to attend Model Arab League Conferences is such a way that is affordable for all participants.
Email:: [[e|modelarableague]]

Model CongressInterest GroupEmail: [[e|modelcongress]]
Purpose: To provide a hands-on learning experience in government, immersing students in the legislative branch of the US government. Sponsors a conference for middle and high school students to play out law making as it excists on Capitol Hill.
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Model Rocketry ClubInterest GroupEmail: [[e|modelrocketry]]
Purpose: The mission of the Model Rocketry Club will be to provide students with an opportunity for hands-on-experience in designing, building, and launching model rockets. Rocketry is an excellent tool for learning about diverse concepts including physics, geoscience, project management, artistic design, and shop techniques. There are aslo many competitions and projects in this field both regionally and nationally for the collegiate level, and these would provide additional incentive and excitement to learn about the principles and construction of model rockets.

Monitor-Journal of International StudiesMediaEmail: [[e|monitor]]
Description: A Journal of International Studies whose aim is to promote and publish student work that contributes a varying perspective and insight into multicultural understanding and awareness.
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Mortar BoardHonor SocietyEmail: [[e|mortarboard]]
Purpose: A national honor society that recognizes college seniors for distinguished ability and achievement in scholarship, leadership, and service.
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Multicultural Law Student AssociationLaw SchoolEmail: [[e|mclawsa]]
Purpose: The Marshall-Wythe Chapter of the Multicultural Law Students Association (MLSA) is a dynamic and diverse group open to anyone who embraces the benefits of multiculturalism in the legal profession. MLSA seeks to promote an environment of inclusion, facilitate service to the community, and effectuate cultural awareness at the law school. MLSA raises funds and collects supplies for local and international charities in addition to hosting social gatherings. MLSA also sponsors programs on campus to raise consciousness about issues facing the global and diaspora community. We invite you to join us.

MUSE (Museum & University Student Exchange)Interest GroupEmail: [[e|muse]]
Purpose: To heighten student awareness and involvement in their own college museum. Members work closely with Museum staff to publicize Museum functions and organize special events.
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Muslim Student AssociationReligious OrganizationsEmail: [[e|muslim]]
Purpose: An organization whose purpose is to introduce the community to and familiarize it with the Islamic culture and to offer an opportunity for the Muslims on campus to meet and express their thoughts and views in a creative manner. Services include Friday (congregational) prayers, speakers, films, presentations and inter and intra-club activities.
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