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.
Martha Gizaw '20 has emerged as a campus leader in the neurodiversity movement.
W&M assistant director of students Lesley Henderson discusses W&M's neurodiverse student population.
W&M senior Harrison Feiner looks across musical styles to inform his own compositions.
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,"
Clips from the Astral Fashion Show hosted by W&M's Students of Hip-Hop Legacy (SoHHL) and Rocket Magazine.
W&M and the Lemon Project dedicate the Bray School marker on March 15, 2019.
The W&M Jazz Ensemble under the direction of Victor Haskins rehearses Roy Hargrove's "Strasbourg-St. Denis."
Phillip Emanuel discusses Queen Mary utilizing documents and items from the Thomas G. and Louise Rowe Pullen Collection at Swem Library.
W&M students make comments and lead a walk across campus in commemoration of the life of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Falicity Wheless '18 created a tour of Jamestowne highlighting the experiences of women there.
Professor Stephen Sheehi's students compete in a cook-off competition.
William & Mary's Inside Out Theatre brings words of diversity to the university community.
A conversation with members of William & Mary's Inside Out Theatre.
W&M's Omohundro Institute hosted a "Vast Early America WIkistorm" to add 100 women to Wikipedia.
Artisia Green, associate professor of theatre, offers insights about the upcoming production of "The Children's Hour."
Members of the class of 2018 participate in W&M's first Lavender Graduation Ceremony.
The W&M choir under the direction of Miles Canady rehearsals "Messages to the Human Heart," a piece by Jeraldine Herbison commissioned for the university's 50th anniversary celebration of the first African-American residential students.
W&M professor of history Chitralekha Zutshi discusses her new book "Kashmir: History, Politics, Representation."
Highlights from the open-mic night hosted by the Students of Hip Hop Legacy (SoHHL) at the university.
W&M assistant professor of religious studies Oludamini Ogunnaike attempts to bring the genre to a wider audience.
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.
Inside the Barber Shop hosted by the Center for Student Diversity.
Statements from the video playlist "The African-American Experience at W&M." See http://www.wm.edu/news/video/african-american-experience.php
W&M dance students rehearse under the direction of renowned Indian artist Laxmi Narayan Tripathi.
Lynn Briley '71, Karen Ely '71 and Janet Brown Strafer '71 discuss their experiences as the first African-American residential students at W&M 50 years ago.
Guest artist Steve Prince creates masks for incorporation into a mural project celebrating the 50th anniversary of black residential students at the university.
The W&M Choir and Botetourt Chamber Singers went to South Africa for their 2017 international tour.
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 Music of India Ensemble benefits from the teaching of master musician Irfan Khan during its final class session of 2017.
Assistant professor of world theatre Claire Pamment discusses her documentary project that helps a transgender community in Pakistan extend its public expression.
Scenes from the "Building a Vocal Community: The Power of Song" workshop conducted by Dr. Ysaye Barnwell at William & Mary.
During a "Building Vocal Community" workshop at William & Mary, Dr. Ysaye Barnwell led attendees Hermine Pinson and Leah Stith in demonstrating how congregants could “move” in their churches without actually “dancing.”
W&M students partner with CASA as part of MLK service day.
Members of the William & Mary community hold a pre-Kwanzaa celebration.
Co-curators Danielle Moretti-Langholtz and Buck Woodard discuss "Building the Brafferton," an exhibition at the Muscarelle Museum of Art about the 18th-century Indian School at William & Mary. The exhibition is comprised of objects from the Muscarelle Museum of Art and other generous lenders, listed here: http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2016/lenders-for-building-the-brafferton.php
Jacquelyn McLendon will lead the 50th-anniversary celebration of the first residential African-American students at W&M.
Professor Francis Tanglao-Aguas dedicated a recent performance by W&M's Asian Dance Theatre to peace.
Scenes from the 2nd annual W&M Powwow hosted by the American Indian Student Association at the university.
Cleo Parker Robinson and her dance ensemble lead a master class at William and Mary.
John Elder Robison believes neurodiversity concerns are the civil-rights issue of our day.
W&M, working through the university's Lemon Project, helped First Baptist Church of Williamsburg with it's national "Let Freedom Ring" event.
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.
Willie Shaw '15 spearheaded a drive to produce W&M's video version of "You Can Play."
Ntozake Shange visits English professor Hermine Pinson's combined Jazz and American Literature course and Advanced Poetry course. Improvisational dance by dance professor Leah Glenn.
During a staged reading titled “My Job as an Artist is to Say What I See: Painting the Words of Ntozake Shange Onstage,” students read portions of Ntozake Shange’s wide range of works.
The William and Mary theater department prepares to present "Avenue Q."
Visiting professor Bettina Judd discusses her book of poetry "Patient."