Homecoming & Reunion Weekend
Thursday, October 17 - Sunday, October 20
Various locations throughout campus

This Homecoming & Reunion Weekend, come home and show your pride your way. Each year features new programming and old favorites, including annual signature events like the Homecoming Parade, Virginia Uncorked and the Saturday Night Bash.

    2019 Cutler Lecture: "Why Marriage Equality Prevailed—and Lessons for Other Social Movements"
    Thursday, October 17
    12:50pm - 1:50pm
    Law School, Room 127

    Professor William N. Eskridge, Jr., of Yale Law School will present William & Mary's 2019 Cutler Lecture titled “Why Marriage Equality Prevailed—and Lessons for Other Social Movements.” 

      Mass Atrocity Trials
      Thursday, October 17
      12:50pm - 1:50pm
      Law School, Room 124

      Join the Human Security Law Center in welcoming Arthur R. Traldi for a discussion on Mass Atrocity Trials. Mr. Traldi will speak from his extensive experience in international justice and law in Room 124. There will be pizza! 

      Biology Fall Seminar: Malcolm Shick: University of Maine
      Thursday, October 17
      4pm - 5pm
      ISC3 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1221

      Talk Title: TBD

        Lee Lecture: Dr. Dimitris Nakassis on "The World before Odysseus: Rethinking Late Bronze Age Greece"
        Thursday, October 17
        4:45pm - 6pm
        Small Hall, Room 110

        The Classical Studies department presents the 2019 Lee Lecture: Dr. Dimitris Nakassis of the University of Colorado, Boulder (and MacArthur Fellow 2015), will lecture on "The World before Odysseus: Rethinking the History of Late Bronze Age Greece"

        Dr. David Gushee: Ten Steps on the Path to Moral Leadership
        Thursday, October 17
        5pm
        Washington Hall, Room 201

        David P. Gushee is a Distinguished University Professor of Christian Ethics and Director of the Center for Theology and Public Life at Mercer University.

        SERATA ALL’OPERA: A Presentation on the Barber of Seville
        Thursday, October 17
        5pm
        Washington Hall, Room 315

        SERATA ALL’OPERA: How to understand and enjoy the music from Il Barbiere di Siviglia by G. Rossini

        Italian Professor Rita Paolino will present on "Il barbiere di Siviglia" by Rossini in Washington Hall 315! 

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        Apply to be a Writing Resources Center Consultant!
        Wednesday, October 16 - Tuesday, November 26
        8am - 5pm
        Swem Library, Writing Resources Center

        Interested in helping students with their writing and communication skills? Apply to work as a paid writing center consultant! 

        Chinese Cooking Class
        Thursday, October 10 - Thursday, October 31
        11am - 1pm
        Baptist Collegiate Ministry, 244 S. Boundary Street, Williamsburg, VA
        Make a FREE appointment at the Writing Resources Center!
        Monday, September 9 - Friday, December 6
        Swem Library, Writing Resources Center

        The WRC is here to support you! 

        In free, one-on-one sessions, our trained peer consultants help you learn how to construct an argument, deliver a presentation, or use and cite sources. 

        Scholarship on Display: Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies
        Friday, April 19 - Tuesday, December 31
        Swem Library, Entrance Gallery

        In 1991, the Women's Studies program emerged, and in 2013, the program was renamed Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies, a change that reflects the program’s aspirations for the growth of feminist research and activism at William & Mary.