William & Mary’s Center for Student Diversity will celebrate the university’s Latinx Heritage Month Sept. 15 through Oct. 15.
The archive includes materials from the tenure of former W&M Rector Jeff Trammell ‘73, who served as the first openly gay board chair of a major public university, and the Mattachine Society of Washington, D.C.
University joins the most ambitious and comprehensive U.S. government-led effort to fight antisemitism in American history.
B.J. Minor ’13 talks about portraying a young Mike Tyson in Hulu’s "Mike" and discovering their own authenticity.
Composer Dawn Avery, who is of Mohawk descent, wrote pieces for the Wind Ensemble and Gallery Players.
William & Mary hosted the largest Lemon Project Spring Symposium ever on campus March 24-25, with more than 300 people registered to attend the event in person and another 469 registered to attend online.
The handcrafted vessel at William & Mary's Hearth: Memorial to the Enslaved was installed March 18.
Sororities at W&M are celebrating 100 years of providing fellowship, leadership and belonging for women.
W&M brings to light new information about the history of the Brafferton Indian School and commemorates its 300th anniversary.
Four diversity-related projects at William & Mary were recently made possible recently through IDEA grants.
The event is co-sponsored by Community Values & Restorative Practices, the Center for Student Diversity and Alma Mater Productions.
On Feb. 1, as Black History Month began, the first meeting of William & Mary's Black Student-Athlete Alliance was held.
W&M athletes reflect on the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Students, faculty and staff shared light of candles and strength from one another.
The university also hosted a variety of events in support of military and veterans throughout the fall.
Early in his time at W&M, Orley Estrada ’23 discovered the First-Generation, Low-Income (FGLI) student organization and credits the relationships formed there for helping him thrive in college.
Hannah Dow ’23 developed connections with other students through William & Mary’s First-Generation, Low-Income (FGLI) student organization, and she has helped implement policy changes as FGLI’s advocacy chair.
All gifts made online to any area at W&M on Giving Tuesday will be matched with a gift of double the amount (up to $500) to the Fund for William & Mary.
Her poster for the Fall Undergraduate Research Symposium focused on the power of spirituality and expressive arts to help Black college women navigate oppressive experiences.
For the fifth year in a row, INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine has chosen William & Mary to receive the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award.
Josh Sundquist ’06 is executive producer on a new Apple TV+ show based on his life.
Higher education leader Julie E. Williams ’79 established the endowment through her estate plans in honor of her family.
Alexandra Knudson Friedman ’01 prepares for medical practice while balancing life in an Orthodox Jewish family.
William & Mary celebrated Juneteenth in person for the first time at the site of Hearth: Memorial to the Enslaved on June 17, 2022.
While the equality of opportunity in athletics is just one part of the much larger story about the ground-breaking impact of Title IX, its influence there is undeniable.
William & Mary's new deputy chief diversity officer draws on his experiences in higher education to discuss how college campuses can create more diverse, equitable and inclusive communities.
William & Mary will host its first in-person Juneteenth celebration on Friday, June 17 at the site of the recently completed Hearth: Memorial to the Enslaved.
William & Mary hosted its inaugural Black Alumni Reunion on May 6-8 at the university’s campus with a series of programs, ceremonies and receptions honoring the Black experience at W&M.