A historical marker bearing Art Matsu's name will be unveiled at 11 a.m. near an arcade at Zable Stadium that bears his name.
Since the spring of 2021, the W&M Asian Centennial commemoration has sought to honor trailblazers beginning with the first Asian student, Pu-Kao Chen 1923 (also known as Chen Pu-Kao), and to acknowledge the accomplishments of…
Architect Brian Court ’96 shares his perspective on sustainable building design.
William & Mary’s Board of Visitors unanimously elected Judge Charles E. Poston J.D. '74, P '02, '06 and Barbara L. Johnson J.D. '84 as rector and vice rector, respectively, of the governing body of the…
More than 9,550 students, alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends collectively gave over $3.8 million to more than 730 areas across the university during William & Mary's ninth annual day of giving.
With the final reveal scheduled for Monday, April 19, the mural focuses on the conservation of local flora and fauna and is designed to allow viewers “to see nature and the world around them in…
Several William & Mary alumni assist in making a difference in war-torn Ukraine.
William & Mary’s ninth annual One Tribe One Day is next Tuesday, April 12.
Mellody Hobson, chair of the Starbucks board of directors and a nationally recognized voice on financial literacy, will speak at William & Mary’s 2022 Commencement ceremony.
This expanded version of the festival will feature more films than ever before, in addition to music, theater, dance and an industry summit.
From her days as vice president of Major League Soccer to her current role as chief executive officer of LA28 — the 2028 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles — Kathy Carter ’91 has been all…
In this year’s Professionals Week, Feb. 28-March 4, participants were invited to “rethink their relationship with work” and consider how their professional lives fit into this brave new world.
SwagUp, founded by Michael Martocci ’17, creates branded merchandise and packages, stores and mails it for clients — including fellow startups, universities, conferences and businesses of all kinds.
Soh Yeong Roh ’84 reflects on the achievements of Art Center Nabi, the museum and creativity hub she founded in South Korea’s capital 20 years ago, and considers what comes next.
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.
Through a new $1-million gift, John H. Whitcomb M.B.A. ’85 and his wife, Yvonne, are establishing the John and Yvonne Whitcomb Business Professorship Endowment to support a faculty member who teaches in the area of…
If you can schedule rides using an app, why not tennis games? That was the thinking behind creation of a platform launched in 2017 by Paul Stratta ’85 and his then-teenage daughter, Manuka, with assistance…
Melissa J. Moore ’84, Candice Malone Long M.B.A. ’96 and Colleen Gorman ’95 have played an integral part in making their companies’ COVID-19 vaccines available to the public.
Meet this year’s recipients, who represent outstanding commitment, dedication and assistance to William & Mary; exemplary accomplishments in their professional lives; and leadership in civic engagement in their communities.
The Bengals have had a meteoric rise over the past two seasons, and three W&M football alums have been a part of it. Mark Duffner '75 is a senior defensive assistant, Robert Livingston '10 is…
Award-winning photojournalist Brendan Hoffman ’02 documents ordinary lives caught up in extraordinary circumstances
Rob Estes ’74, P ’06 and Webb Estes ’06, M.Acc. ’07 discuss the effects of the pandemic and what’s next for Estes Express Lines.
Lawrence B. Pulley ’74, longtime dean of William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business and an academic and administrative leader at the university for more than three decades, has announced his plans to…
George Miller ’67, M.S. ’69, Ph.D. ’72 was honored with the John S. Foster Medal for his contributions to national security.
Digging around between the seats of her car, looking for a missing key fob, Katelyn Manigly made an interesting discovery — a long-lost William & Mary class ring.
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