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W&M community warmly welcomes new students to campus

The W&M community embraced the members of the Class of 2023 as they and transfer students moved into dorms and reported for orientation in preparation for classes starting Aug. 28.

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Get to know W&M's newest undergraduates

The Class of 2023 will include approximately 1,540 students, selected from more than 14,600 applicants. Additionally, 180 new transfer students are expected to enroll this fall.

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W&M Real Estate Foundation to purchase N. Henry St. building

The William & Mary Real Estate Foundation is in the process of purchasing property located at 332 N. Henry St. in Williamsburg and has submitted a special use permit application to the city, according to W&M officials.

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W&M wellness at forefront

One year after opening, students say the center has left a lasting impact on campus life through services, education, programming and activities that promote a healthy lifestyle.

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Mite work: Greenhouse uses predatory insects for pest control

The William & Mary greenhouse has started a new program to limit the use of chemicals by relying on predatory insects for pest control. It’s the biological equivalent of fighting fire with fire – and so far it’s working.

Ginia Anderson
Student, staff member to be honored for community service

Sonia Kinkhabwala ’21 and Ginia Anderson, assistant director of student financial aid, will receive the 2019 President’s Awards for Service to the Community during the Aug. 28 ceremony in the Wren Yard.

Chanté Lively examines a muddy tidal flat
REU program celebrates 30th anniversary at VIMS

Undergraduates from across the nation spent 10 weeks in the field and laboratory this summer during the 30th annual “Research Experiences for Undergraduates” program at William & Mary’s Virginia Institute of Marine Science.

Stephen Moyer with box containing honey bees
W&M Dining Services cultivating honey for on-campus use

William & Mary students already eat lots of vegetables grown nearby as part of the university’s partnership with KelRae Farm, but this fall, menus will be abuzz with the addition of honey.