President: [[tathomas, Troy Thomas]]
Reformed University Fellowship
Purpose: A ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America affiliated with Reformed University Ministries
Residence Hall Association
Purpose: The umbrella organization which connects the individual residence hall councils. The RHA sponsors programs including the community service event Green and Gold Christmas, the year - end Moonbounce, and educational hall programs. The group also serves as liaison between residential students and various administrative offices. Every student living in a Residence Hall is a member and is encouraged to attend and participate in weekly meetings and RHA events.
Rhythm and Taps
Purpose: To promote and expand all kinds of tap dancing and create opportunities for low cost tap dancing lessons on campus.
Robotics Club at W&M
Purpose: To develop personal creativity and problem solving capabilities through designing and building robots, to engage in the study of STEM education through the same means, and to conduct this study in a cooperative environment to represent the school in robotics competitions.
President: [[e| pjblack, Paulo Black]]
Purpose: Rocket Magazine is the premiere art and fashion publication at The College of William & Mary. The purpose of this publication is to provide an outlet for student artistic expression primarily through art and design, fashion, photography, and feature.
Purpose: The purpose of the organization will be to extend the activities of the Roosevelt Institute Campus Network at William & Mary through their mission to , “engage new generations in a unique form of progressive activisms that empowers young people as leaders and promotes their ideas for change.” This will be accomplished by encouraging debate among students over prevalent policy issues in order to foster a community of active citizens.
Rubik’s Society of William & Mary
Purpose: A mission of the Rubik’s Society of William & Mary is to help interested students learn how to solve a Rubik’s Cube, to improve the time it takes for them to solve the cube, and help interested cubers prepare for Rubik’s Cube competitions. Additionally, we aim to not only encourage others, both inside and outside the Society, to develop an appreciation for Rubik’s Cube theory and culture, but also to apply their knowledge to similar puzzles. Ultimately, our goal is to help others fully understand that given time and dedication, solving a Rubik’s Cube is a relatively easy task.
President: [[e|amskonecki, Aaron Skonecki]]
President: [[e|hcbauser, Haley Bauser]]
President: [[e|jearmstrong, Jessica Armstrong]]
Purpose: To promote fellowship and goodwill among members and citizens of the community and inspires each other to higher efforts