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Ongoing Events

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Sorority Recruitment
Friday, September 2 - Saturday, September 10
5pm - 9:15pm
Sorority Court
Sorority Recruitment takes place over two weekends in September - make sure you register if you're interested!
Fall Group Fitness Free Week!
Wednesday, August 31 - Tuesday, September 6
Student Recreation Center
What is your favorite type of fitness class? Zumba, Yoga, Body Pump, Spinning? Come try out any class on the group fitness schedule for FREE during the Rec Center's Group Fitness Free Week!
"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.
"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.