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A Whole Lot of Giving Going On

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  • Map of Cinnamon Bay Plantation

    Linguistic variations provide insights into the unique histories and identities of a people. {{https://www.wm.edu/as/support/stories/soon-come-on-site-experience-with-caribbean-languages-and-identities.php, FULL STORY}}
    Immersive study enhances academic learning

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    On the move: At writing conference, student consultants share work and sparks of innovation. {{https://www.wm.edu/as/support/stories/student-consultants-share-work-and-sparks-of-innovation.php, FULL STORY}}
    Writing Resources Center offers professional opportunities

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    Extraordinary volume reframes the history of William & Mary's Indian School. {{https://www.wm.edu/as/support/stories/brafferton.php, FULL STORY}}
    Building the Brafferton

  • At two public events, W&M faculty presented their research and engaged audiences in lively discussions of "otherness." {{https://www.wm.edu/as/support/stories/neural-pathways-2019.php, FULL STORY}}
    Neural Pathways + Social Expressions of Otherness

  • Students at Quartz Creek

    From molecules to cells to the environment to stories, students connect the parts to learn the whole. {{https://www.wm.edu/as/support/stories/students-journey-to-learn-the-salmon-tale.php, FULL STORY}}
    Students learn the Salmon Tale

  • We can learn a lot from excavating archaeological sites. But that's just one of many ways our students and faculty reveal the past. {{https://www.wm.edu/as/support/stories/so-many-ways-to-ken-the-past.php, FULL STORY}}
    Archaeology Day

  • Ceiling mural at Washington Hall

    Réunion artists Kid Kreol and Boogie came to campus for a five-day visit. They left a lasting impression. {{https://www.wm.edu/as/news/as-news-archive/2018-19/reunion-artists.php, FULL STORY}}
    New ceiling mural at Washington Hall