During a faculty-led research trip, shared experiences helped William & Mary student veterans connect with soldiers in the Republic of Georgia.
Engaging in political conversation at the dinner table has long been considered a risky proposition. But there’s a time and place for healthy discourse.
William & Mary Professor Elizabeth Losh, author of the new book “Selfie Democracy,” examines the unintended consequences of politicians’ digital strategies.
Philip Andoh ’22, a Gold Bar Recruiter at William & Mary, credits the university for setting him on a ‘path of long-term self-development.’
Office of Student Veteran Engagement Director Charlie Foster has been selected for the 2022 Veteran Champions of the Year in Higher Education list.
New position as chief advisor to Provost Peggy Agouris brings Yalof back to the Commonwealth of Virginia, which was central to his studies.
The expanded Sadler Center, with 53,000 square feet of new space, completes a vision conceived decades ago of a centerpiece of activity in the heart of William & Mary’s campus.
During a recent trip to Poland, Ola Pozor ’19, an undergraduate admission counselor at William & Mary, volunteered to help Ukrainian refugees displaced by the Russian invasion.
Is the U.S. headed for a recession? When will we get relief at the gas pump? W&M adjunct professor Peter Atwater ’83, a decision-making expert, talks about these topics and more.
William & Mary doctoral candidate Emily Sneff M.A. ’19 tells the story of how news of American independence spread in the weeks after July 4, 1776.
W&M’s Embedded Spain and Gibraltar Program gives students, some of whom are first-generation children of Latin American immigrants raised in the U.S., an up-close view of immigration issues in Europe.
The graduating senior piled up photographs and memories from four years well spent at W&M.
The faculty-led research team of undergraduate students is currently working on a project that uncovers how the disabled community is using memes to refute objectifying messages and negative ideologies being spread on social media.
Nitya Labh ’22 was among 12 students to receive the James C. Gaither Fellowship
Event will be held Wednesday, March 30, at the Integrated Science Center and is open to all students.
Nate Silver, founder of award-winning website FiveThirtyEight.com, will visit campus April 4-5.
W&M adjunct professor Peter Atwater ’83, a decision-making expert, talks about gas prices, other recent economic trends and what we should expect in the future.
During Monday’s Community Conversation, President Katherine A. Rowe outlined the goals and objectives for Vision 2026 and its four cornerstones of data, water, careers and democracy.
In Q&A with W&M News, Sasha Prokhorov and Elena Prokhorova discuss the reasons behind Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, how they’re coping and the support shown by the William & Mary community.
The Tribe ice hockey team announces its presence with an overtime win over Appalachian State for the Atlantic Coast Conference Hockey League title.
This year’s projects include a Black alumni reunion, a sensory space and a mentoring program for undergraduate women interested in careers in physics.
William & Mary students read and transcribe diaries in 19th-century African American women’s diaries course.
First Gentleman Jacobson will partner with local dance pro Adelle Carpenter in the 13th annual Dancing with the Williamsburg Stars competition.
Four 2022 Charter Day Award winners will be celebrated during the Feb. 11 Charter Day ceremony at Kaplan Arena.
Alexander Lazarus Wolff ’23 has more than 17 poems published or scheduled for publication in literary magazines, including multiple selections on The Best American Poetry website.