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.
    Brad Peters' Honors Defense
    Thursday, April 28
    11:30am - 12:30pm
    McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 224
    Mineralogical and Geochemical Constraints on the Origin of Ferruginous Quartzites in the Chopawamsic Terrane, Piedmont Province, Virginia
      Sean Moran's Honors Defense
      Thursday, April 28
      1pm - 2pm
      McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 230
      The Taphonomy, Paleoecology, and Depositional Environment of Vertebrate Microfossil Bonebeds from the Late Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation in Garfield County, Montana
        Thomas Jefferson Speech at William & Mary
        Thursday, April 28
        2pm - 3pm
        Wren Courtyard, Steps of the President's House
        President Thomas Jefferson, portrayed by Mr. Bill Barker of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, will address students from the steps of President Reveley's house.
          Senior Homebrew
          Thursday, April 28
          4pm
          Sadler Center, Terrace
          Celebrate some of W&M's talented Seniors at our Senior Homebrew. Featuring: Tils Anne and Christian Dutilh The Breakevens
            The World of Henry Billups
            Thursday, April 28
            4pm - 5pm
            Swem Library, 3rd Floor
            Staff in Special Collections are working with two classes this semester on student-curated exhibits "The World of Henry Billups."
              W&M Masters of Accounting Information Session
              Thursday, April 28
              5pm - 6pm
              Cohen Career Center, Presentation Room
              Learn about William & Mary's Master of Accounting program.
                TEA, a play by Velina Hasu Houston (Directed by Francis Tanglao Aguas)
                Thursday, April 28
                7pm - 10:20pm
                Andrews Hall, Room 101
                Japanese war brides from World War II now living in Kansas gather for a farewell tea ceremony for one of their members who has mysteriously passed away. $5 donation to the Japan Recovery Initiative
                  W&M Choirs: Spring Concert
                  Thursday, April 28
                  8pm
                  Phi Beta Kappa (PBK) Memorial Hall
                  The Botetourt Chamber Singers, W&M Women's Chorus, and W&M Choir perform. Tickets: $10/students $3. Additional performance on Saturday the 30th of April.
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                    "Prejudice so prevalent in the present generation:" Slavery at the College of William & Mary
                    Tuesday, March 1 - Friday, September 30
                    Swem Library
                    "Prejudice so prevalent in the present generation:" Slavery at the College of William & Mary
                    Title Pages: Department of Government
                    Wednesday, February 16 - Friday, September 30
                    Swem Library, Bright (Second Floor Rotunda) Gallery
                    The fifth in a series of library exhibits of W&M faculty publications has opened at Swem. "Title Pages: An Exhibit of Publications from Faculty in the Government Department" is on display in the Bright Gallery in the second floor rotunda.
                    Constructing Swem Library
                    Friday, October 1 - Saturday, April 30
                    Swem Library, Flat Case Near the Brown Board Room and Library Administration, Third Floor
                    Since opening, Swem Library has undergone several rounds of renovations and additions, continuing to meet the evolving demands of its public.