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Ongoing Events

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Fall Break
Saturday, October 8 - Tuesday, October 11
Location not specified
From Fights to Rights: The Long Road to a More Perfect Union Exhibits
Monday, October 3 - Thursday, December 31
8am - 5pm
Swem Library, Special Collections Research Center
Visit Swem Library for exhibits from the "From Fights To Rights" project commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Civil War and the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Movement. Exhibits rotate at least twice each year.
Fall 2011 Patron Fitness Incentive Program
Monday, October 3 - Monday, November 14
Student Recreation Center
Need help sticking with your physical fitness program? Sign up for "Le Tour de Williamsburg: a race EVERYONE can win"!
In Memory Still: A Legacy in Kiowa Art
Saturday, September 10 - Sunday, November 13
12pm - 5pm
Muscarelle Museum of Art
William & Mary Athletics Media Guides from Swem Library Exhibit
Friday, September 9 - Friday, August 31
Kaplan Arena
Tribe Pride: William & Mary Athletics Media Guides from Swem Library allows visitors to experience the history of intercollegiate sports at the College of William & Mary through the athletics publications created to introduce teams and players.
"A Century of Student Voices"
Thursday, May 5 - Monday, November 7
Swem Library, Read & Relax Area-First Floor
Celebration of the 100th anniversary of The Flat Hat.
The World of Henry Billups: Jim Crow at the College of William and Mary
Thursday, April 28 - Monday, November 7
Swem Library, 3rd Floor Rotunda gallery
Join Swem Library & student curators from Prof. Jody Allen's Lemon Project class "The World of Henry Billups" for a reception to mark the opening of their exhibit on this man who labored at W&M during the Jim Crow era.