Paper can be a foundation. It can contain the first inklings of an institution like no other. It can show us a place to come together over centuries to create something incredible — something bold. It tells us where we come from, and gives us inspiration to seek out where we’re going. Today, we celebrate paper and the people who believe in it. Charter Day 2017
William & Mary affects our lives one way or another. In the case of Vitaliy Humenyuk '17, William & Mary influenced him to follow his dreams and become a U.S. citizen.
Photography student Christine Fulgham '17 discusses the power of visual storytelling.
Sometimes legacy can go beyond blood as Jay Black's and Reagan Jackson's love for the campus literally embodies "One Tribe, One Family."
Newlyweds Michael Monaco and Jessica Edington revisit the special role W&M played in their relationship.
W&M Pep Band Director Dylan Schuler '18, former Director Matt McGuinness '17, and Publicity Chair Maddy Naide '18 reflect upon the significance of the Pep Band to the W&M community, and their fondest memories with the band.
Former volleyball coach, Debbie Hill, and Dr. Camilla Buchanan ’66 detail how a single piece of paper impacted their lives.