Forgeries and Fictions in Early Modern Print
The Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program announces a Spring Symposium for undergraduate research (April 8, 2022).
During this challenging year, staff, faculty and students have been unceasing in their support of the university and its people, demonstrating the very best in values-driven leadership. In recognition of these extraordinary efforts, two anonymous donors have established the Values in Action Award.
A small white building that sits tucked away on the William & Mary campus once held an 18th-century school dedicated to the religious education of enslaved and free Black children, researchers have determined.
Nearly 3,000 W&M students have had similar experiences while studying at the Washington Center since it opened on Jan. 2, 2001, and 90 faculty members have taught there.
Despite the unprecedented challenges of the 2020-21 school year, this year’s applicant pool for William & Mary’s Class of 2025 is 23% higher than last year’s - the first time applications for the undergraduate class has topped 15,000.
Adriano Marinazzo, curator of digital initiatives at the Muscarelle Museum of Art at William & Mary, published his hypothesis that Michelangelo may have carved the figure on a well-known outdoor stone façade in Italy, noting its similarity to a drawing attributed to the artist.