Aubrey Lay '23 discusses his internship with LGBTQ Ukrainians in America, his trip to WorldPride in Copenhagen and successful efforts to protect the LGBTQ community in the face of Russian disinformation.
Excerpts from an informal performance of "Green & Gold" at the site of the new bronze "Sankofa Seed" (featuring artists' comments.)
The Muscarelle Museum of Art prepares to host a "Driveway Chalk-art" competition. Learn more: https://muscarelle.wm.edu
W&M students across the research spectrum illustrate their science with art. See the gallery: https://sites.google.com/email.wm.edu/sciart-gallery
Student Assembly leaders Kyle Vasquez '21 and Loni Wright '21 discuss their initiative to have members of the campus community generate art representations of those known to have been enslaved by William & Mary. Learn more: https://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2021/student-led-art-project-honors-legacy-of-individuals-enslaved-by-wm.php (Contains 18 images chosen for the President's Collection of Art, courtesy of the Muscarelle Museum of Art.)
The Wren bell tolls in honor of U.S. military veterans.
Excerpts from a government-department webinar (10/20/20) considering issues of the upcoming 2020 presidential election.
David Brashear, Director of the Muscarelle Museum of Art, discusses the current exhibition "In Focus: New Acquisitions in Photography." ( See https://muscarelle.wm.edu/ )
Marcus Bengzon offers thoughts on race as a participant in "Songs of Freedom," an online celebration of civil rights produced through Aguas Arts Ink, an initiative of W&M theatre professor Francis Tanglao Aguas.
Anna Mroch, W&M director of planning and assessment, recently gave away the thousandth face mask she made in her converted living room.
Excerpts from keynote commencement speeches at William & Mary.
Members of the broad W&M community are documenting experiences during the coronavirus pandemic in a special-collections archive hosted by Swem Library.
W&M Health and Wellness attempts to keep community healthy and connected. (Find class schedule at https://www.wm.edu/offices/wellness/virtual/index.php. )
Steve Prince, director of engagement for the Muscarelle Museum of Art, is creating online art lessons for those at home during the COVID-19 crisis. (See https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChlIITQlaks2KRgYJUP5m4A)
Jacquelyn McLendon, W&M professor of English, emeritus, and author of "Building on the Legacy: African Americans at William & Mary,' was a special guest at a Muscarelle Museum of Art event in conjunction with the exhibition "1619/2019."
Dr. David Dafashy, medical director and staff physician at the W&M Wellness Center, discusses the coronavirus outbreak.
The Makerspaces at W&M provide the community with modern tools to bring ideas to life.
Graham Henshaw, executive director of W&M's Entrepreneurship Center, discusses the university's vision for supporting entrepreneurial thinking.
Steve Prince, director of engagement for the Muscarelle Museum of Art, uses an industrial steamroller to print one of the pieces featured in "The Links Project," a global initiative reflecting on the impact of slavery. Learn more about this community art project: https://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2019/muscarelle-culminates-links-project-by-making-steamroller-print-at-wm.php
W&M professor of art history Charles Palermo interjected himself into the "Life of Washington" mural controversy when he wrote a letter on behalf of NonSite.org.
Abigail Belvin '21 utilized a summer Charles Center grant to provide a baseline for terrapins on Virginia's Catlett Islands.
7-Generations students turn donated William & Mary T-shirts into collection bags for a local service organization.
W&M professor of art and guest curator Elizabeth Mead said observers should build relationships with art over time as she discussed the Muscarelle Museum of Art exhibition "The Adjacent Possible."
W&M beehives on KelRae Farm represent the latest effort by Dining Services to bring 'hyper-local' products to campus tables.
High-school students participating in NIAHD's (National Institute of History and Democracy) summer program got a close-up look of the Angela site at Jamestown.
Volunteers join a Virginia Institute of Marine Science effort to protect the Pamunkey Reservation shoreline against erosion.
Experts from the Virginia Institute of Marine Science plot out a living shoreline for the Pamunkey Reservation.
Graduate student Michael Davis, who is legally blind, became the first runner with a disability to push a rider with a disability to the finish in the Boston Marathon.
Former W&M first lady Zoë Graves received a portrait and a conversation during her visit to the exhibition ‘Sankofa: Looking Back, Moving Forward’ hosted by the Muscarelle Museum and its artist-in-residence Steve Prince at Williamsburg’s Stryker Center.
Senior Noah Petersen believes the "bumps on the head" received at William & Mary have shaped him into the person he had become.
W&M senior Reema Patel believes volunteering at Eastern State Hospital transformed her undergraduate experience and emphasized the importance of learning through engagement.
Scenes from the 2019 Earth Day celebration at William & Mary.
As part of W&M’s commemoration of 100 years of coeducation, a group of faculty and students collaborated this semester to create the devised theatre piece "... & Mary,"
W&M students involved in the Curatorial Project under the direction of Alan Braddock, professor of art history and American studies, curate the exhibition Objects of Ceremony: Effervescence, Decay, and the Everyday at the Muscarelle Museum
Images and words from the W&M senior Capstone Art Show at the Williamsburg Contemporary Art Center. (Artists include: Indigo Cristol, Ellie Grace, Kaelee Helms, Zhengyang Huang, Dale Lattanzio, Yanlin Li, Keeilah Moseley, Annika Papke, Matt Parciak, Lauren Reheuser, Sydney Scafidi, Dani Wallace and Amy Zhang.)
W&M Vice President for Strategic Initiatives and Public Affairs Henry Broaddus gets dance tips from his daughter Bailey prior to performing in the Dancing with the Williamsburg Stars competition.
Falicity Wheless '18 created a tour of Jamestowne highlighting the experiences of women there.
William & Mary's Inside Out Theatre brings words of diversity to the university community.
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.