The second oldest institution of higher education in the United States and the oldest university in Scotland are joining forces to offer an undergraduate joint-degree program.
Africana Studies was launched this academic year as a new interdisciplinary program that offers majors and minors as part of an expanded curriculum of Black Studies and African Studies.
It's a multimedia, interdisciplinary look at one of the world's most toxic substances.
Freelance journalist D. Dalton Bennett is in the center of a bloody Central Asian revolution.
The College of William and Mary has been chosen as one of 10 institutions in the nation to participate in a federal pilot program geared toward developing and expanding educational partnerships in India.
Desiree Parker talks with Executive Producer Adam Stackhouse about the upcoming International Mercury Expo at William & Mary
Teams of student videographers create documentaries on area citizens.
The third annual Global Film Festival runs Feb. 18-21 and brings to W&M international filmmakers, musicians and scholars.
The College was ranked as the fifth-highest producer of Peace Corps volunteers among medium-sized colleges and universities, which have between 5,000 and 15,000 undergraduates.
Students and faculty members from William & Mary were featured during global event in China.
Reves fellow's work subtitling Cuban films gains for them world-wide exposure.