As part of the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, the Student Veterans of William & Mary hosted military-oriented activities in the Sunken Garden.
Lucy Greenman '22 performs an excerpt from 'Hashkiveinu' following the tragedy in Pittsburgh.
W&M's Omohundro Institute hosted a "Vast Early America WIkistorm" to add 100 women to Wikipedia.
Wikipedia's top editor discusses the need for more women's biographies on the site.
Members of the W&M community held a candlelight vigil in remembrance of persons killed at a Pittsburgh synagogue on Oct. 27.
Highlights from the 2018 Physicsfest at W&M.
Volunteers with the "Angels Project" of the Costume Society of America help catalog and preserve pieces of the university's "theatre study collection." More information at https://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2018/costume-shop-prepares-for-big-move-out-of-pbk.php.
W&M's synthetic biology labs partner with Jamestown High School students in research.
W&M students participating in the Griffin School Partnership program share their experiences.
Graduate students in W&M's Public Policy program have created a report to help individuals and communities save money on their federal flood insurance premiums by participating in the Community Rating System (CRS).
Highlights from the open-mic night hosted by the Students of Hip Hop Legacy (SoHHL) at the university.
W&M professors argue for their respective disciplines during the 2018 Raft Debate.
Dorothy Ibes, a lecturer in W&M's Environmental Science and Policy Program, leads a "mindfulness" walk to promote Exercise is Medicine on campus.
Andrew McLaughlin will be sailing around the world on a humanitarian and cultural adventure.
Members of William & Mary's ESLI (Eco-Schools Leadership Initiative) recycle materials to make musical instruments at Matthew Whaley Elementary School.
Curator Mallory Walker '17 talks about the "Brave Enough to be First" exhibition hosted by Swem Special Collections to honor the African-American legacy at William & Mary.
The W&M Forum hosts a Holiday Unity Luncheon to celebrate the contributions of staff to the university.
Associate director of fitness and wellness Jennifer Reurhmund discusses the eight dimensions of wellness program at William & Mary.
Marna Ashburn '85 discusses her new book "Marriage During Deployment: A Memoir of a Military Marriage."
The community trick or treats on Fraternity Row at W&M.
Rehearsal footage of "Green and Gold," a tribute to the first residential African-American students at William & Mary. Features choreography by Leah Glenn, associate professor of dance, poetry by Hermine Pinson, professor of art, and dance by Camille Estrella '11, Allyson Ross '06 and Olivia Armstrong '14.
W&M professors Heather Macdonald (geology) and Pamela Eddy (education) discuss ongoing efforts to create faculty 'change agents' for the nation's two-year colleges.
Geology professors Christopher Bailey and Nicolas Balascio discuss how they melded a class field trip with an NSF-funded research project above the Arctic Circle.
Lianghao Liu leads a martial-arts class during the Confucius Institute's Chinese Culture Summer Camp.
Xiaolu Ma leads a class in traditional flower painting and pagoda building during the Confucius Institute's Chinese Culture Summer Camp.
Fanchon Glover, chief diversity officer at the university, participates in the mask-making class led by guest artist Steve Prince.
The Greater Williamsburg Women's Association's Cultural Arts Experience brought 30 area middle-school students to the Muscarelle Museum to learn about heritage.
The W&M community walks to bring awareness and resources to the problems of suicide.
William & Mary’s fourth annual Fear2Freedom Celebration Event in Trinkle Hall aimed to bring awareness of sexual assault, domestic violence, sex trafficking and child abuse to college students.
Members of the W&M and local communities gather in the Sunken Garden to express solidarity with their international neighbors.
Scenes from the "Building a Vocal Community: The Power of Song" workshop conducted by Dr. Ysaye Barnwell at William & Mary.
W&M students partner with CASA as part of MLK service day.
Campus organizations collect food for persons in need during the period of thanksgiving.
W&M students are leading an effort to rid the Crim Dell-area of bamboo and other invasive species.
W&M students offer key instruction during the 2016 Youth Film Institute.
William & Mary Dining Services by Sodexo formed a partnership with KelRae Farms, a family farm owned by Randy and Michelle Gulden in Toano, Virginia, in order to provide the freshest and healthiest ingredients to William & Mary students.
Government professor Paul Manna and students ponder an upgrade to Presidential Baseball in anticipation of the November presidential election.
A peek inside the W&M School of Education's Camp Launch robotics class.
Professor Francis Tanglao-Aguas dedicated a recent performance by W&M's Asian Dance Theatre to peace.
Students in the Leadership by Design program make and serve pizza to residents of Williamsburg's Blayton Building as one of their service-learning projects.
Recent graduate Brittany Liu '16 prepares for the leading role in an upcoming Virginia Shakespeare Festival production of "Romeo and Juliet."
Sharpe Scholar Katie McCormack ’19 begins looking at the relationship between stress and eco-therapy at William and Mary.
Defendant Jack Pigge is convicted of attempted murder of Mr. Wolfe during the fairy-tale trial sponsored by W&M's Center for Legal and Court Technology.
The W&M Wind Ensemble collaborates with the university's Global Film Festival at Colonial Williamsburg's Kimball Theatre.
W&M students working through the Office of Community Engagement honor the memory of Martin Luther King Jr. with a day of service in Williamsburg.
W&M students advocate for their university to members of the Virginia General Assembly.
On the 20th anniversary of the Dayton Peace Accords, W&M students remain committed to fostering peace amidst persistent tensions.
The Alan Bukzin Memorial Bone Marrow Drive registers potential donors for the 25th consecutive year.
Willie Shaw '15 spearheaded a drive to produce W&M's video version of "You Can Play."
Virginia First Lady Dorothy McAuliffe and executive chef Ed Gross traveled to VIMS to participate in the Healthy Bay for Healthy Kids event.