Kathleen I. Powell discusses William & Mary's emphasis on assisting students and alumni in all phases of their careers.
As many parents all over the U.S. look high and low for baby formula for their infants, the causes and possible solutions to the shortage are being dissected.
Walter Hickey ’12 was awarded the Pulitzer Prize Monday as part of a team at Insider that used graphic illustration to report on the plight of the Uyghur community in China.
Solomon Asare ’22 has continued to be surprised by his William & Mary experience, which he characterizes as unlikely and curious to contemplate.
For their unfailing attention to detail, dedication and compassion for others, William & Mary will honor Student Unions & Engagement Set Crew Supervisor Ray Burks and Economics Department Fiscal Coordinator Kathy O’Brien with the 2022…
Kate Bobulinski ’22 and Zach Townsley ’23 are tangoing in synch in their first forays into choreographing with William & Mary Theatre’s “Company.” Bobulinski choreographed the show with Townsley as fight choreographer, which involves more…
Andrew Tobolowsky, assistant professor of religious studies at William & Mary, built on his expertise in the biblical 12 tribes tradition of Israelite history with his new book.
David Dominique, assistant professor of music at William & Mary, has been awarded the 2022 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship in Music Composition.
Students curating a museum exhibition at William & Mary get the full experience.
Frank discussion with classmates helps William & Mary students understand course material in a different way in the religious studies class Modern Hinduism.
William & Mary has received a Governor’s Environmental Excellence Award for its waste reduction work, according to an announcement made March 29 at the 32nd Annual Environment Virginia Symposium at Virginia Military Institute in Lexington,…
Documentary filmmaker Marissa Aroy, distinguished film fellow for the university’s Asian Centennial, will be on campus in April to begin work on a video history of Asian people’s experiences at William & Mary.
A partnership between two William & Mary faculty members and local educational group The Village Initiative morphed from a community-engaged course into a project that is allowing local leaders and W&M students to bring Black…
Letters obsessing about an alleged stolen poem piqued Jennifer Putzi’s curiosity so much she had to find out more. She ended up writing an entirely separate book in addition to the one she originally was…
This spring’s Daily Work of Justice conversation series at William & Mary will focus on some of the region’s most pressing issues: climate change and water.
Colin Carmody '22, double majoring in music and math at William & Mary, had long been interested in his great-great-grandfather’s compositions for organ. Carmody will perform it at his senior recital.
Preparation and flexibility will be key to this spring’s in-person learning experience at William & Mary amid the evolving pandemic, according to the university’s latest Community Conversation.
Joining the philosophy faculty at William & Mary last year, assistant professor Laura Guerrero brought new areas of expertise and enthusiasm for sharing them. She specializes in Buddhist and comparative philosophies.
Rinabeth Apostol wrote a one-woman show and will perform another in seeking to bring the Asian American experience to the stage at William & Mary. Apostol is serving as distinguished theatre fellow for the university’s…