Award-winning actor Glenn Close ’74, D.A. ’89, H.F. ’19 is returning to her alma mater for a series of special events during Homecoming & Reunion Weekend, Oct. 19-22.
William & Mary’s Center for Student Diversity will celebrate the university’s Latinx Heritage Month Sept. 15 through Oct. 15.
The opening of the new Fine and Performing Arts Complex and major events during Homecoming & Reunion Weekend Oct. 19-22 will be among the fall’s highlights as the year kicks off.
Professor's research into the Little Rock Nine, and particularly Carlotta Walls LaNier, inspired choreography for a dance piece that grew into the multi-media performance "Nine."
Renovated and expanded Phi Beta Kappa Memorial Hall and the new Music Building, will serve both the campus and regional communities, coming to life in the university’s Arts Quarter.
Michelle Erickson ’82 is creating an artwork grounded in William & Mary’s history.
W&M’s academic year kicks off with address from noted education leader and alumna.
W&M Weekend in San Francisco gathered the W&M community on the West Coast.
Zara Fina Stasi ’12, muralist and founder of Good for the Bees, recently returned to William & Mary to paint two new murals in the Sadler Center.
Alumni establish an endowment in honor of former Director of Choirs James Armstrong.
Adriano Marinazzo, curator of special projects at the Muscarelle Museum of Art, recently made headlines across the art world for a new theory about Michelangelo and his famous work "The Creation of Adam."
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.
In addition to those in formal leadership roles, all students involved have worked together in partnership with Director Laurie Wolf to shape the show’s direction.
Victor Haskins & Skein will perform April 28 at Williamsburg Regional Library as they promote their new album, "Ikigai."
The event is sponsored by Alma Mater Productions with generous support from the Janet and Peter Atwater Lecture Endowment.
Award-winning comedian, writer and actor Patton Oswalt ’91 will speak at William & Mary’s Commencement ceremony on May 19.
The handcrafted vessel at William & Mary's Hearth: Memorial to the Enslaved was installed March 18.
Omar Kamara ’15 crafts a filmmaking career with stories of his West African family.
William & Mary professor Emily Wilcox, an expert in Chinese dance, discusses her research and talks about curating an exhibit on the topic at the Williamsburg Regional Library.
A full slate of exhibitions, performances and writing talks open to the university and local communities is planned for spring at William & Mary.
Adriano Marinazzo, curator of special projects at the Muscarelle Museum of Art, was named the inaugural designer in residence and adjunct lecturer in the Department of Applied Science.
The William & Mary community celebrated the formal groundbreaking of The Martha Wren Briggs Center for the Visual Arts, which will house the expanded Muscarelle Museum of Art on the Williamsburg campus.
The Muscarelle will temporarily close in early 2023 for expansion and renovation.
Chip Dangerio '24 started playing the drums and guitar in middle school, but not in the genre of the typical Broadway show tune.
Upon their completion, the dance department will join theatre in the newly renovated Phi Beta Kappa Memorial Hall, and music will move into its own new building.
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.
Today’s 60th anniversary of the release of the first Beatles single in the United Kingdom is as good a time as any to peek into Tom Payne’s classroom.
Elizabeth Morán has added to the Latin American art history that was already being taught at William & Mary.
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