Sacred Space: Burial Places of the Enslaved and their Descendants
Saturday, April 27
10am - 12:30pm
Small Hall, Room 110
The Remembering Slavery, Resistance and Freedom Project in partnership with the College of William & Mary and the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities presents a lecture about the cemeteries of the enslaved and what those spaces mean today.
    Saturday Morning Physics: "How Butterfly Wings get their Colors" (Prof. Ale Lukaszew)
    Saturday, April 27
    11am - 12pm
    Small Hall, Room 111
    Structural color appears in materials with small periodic structures of the size of the wavelength of visible light. Metamaterials are artificial media with such small structures. Prof. Lukaszew will explain these ideas and describe examples from nature.
      W&M Wind Symphony Spring Concert
      Saturday, April 27
      4pm
      Phi Beta Kappa (PBK) Memorial Hall
      The W&M Wind Symphony performs wind ensemble literature from the last 125 years in a program featuring the music of Copland, R. Vaughan Williams and Bach. Dr. Paul Bhasin conducts.
        Combined Spring Choral Concerts
        Saturday, April 27
        8pm
        Phi Beta Kappa (PBK) Memorial Hall
        Join the W&M Choir, Women's Chorus and Botetourt Chamber Singers for their spring concert. Directed by Dr. James Armstrong and Dr. Jamie Bartlett.
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          William & Mary Junior Spring Championships, L5
          Friday, April 26 - Sunday, April 28
          5:30pm - 6pm
          McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center
          A USTA Sanctioned Level 5 Singles & Doubles Tournament for junior players. Divisions are Boys and Girls 18's, 16's, 14's and 12's & under. Register on line at {{http://www.usta.com, USTA}}, Tournament #302982013 or call 757-221-7378 for more information.
          Blockades, Books, and Bassinets: Children playing, learning, and surviving during the Civil War
          Wednesday, April 17 - Wednesday, October 16
          Swem Library, Special Collections lobby
          Through materials like diaries, letters and photos, Blockades, Books, and Bassinets illustrates the lives of children of various ages, stages, and locations during this period. These are the stories of Charley, Willie, Nell, Lizzie, and many others.
          Lost & Found at W&M
          Friday, March 1 - Friday, August 23
          Swem Library, Read & Relax area, 1st floor
          Over the years some College artifacts, library possessions and personal items that had been lost have been returned to the College. Many lost treasures now make their home in Swem Library's Special Collections. A new exhibit displays some of these items.
          Jefferson Hall Fire: 30th Anniversary
          Wednesday, February 27 - Monday, August 26
          Swem Library, Case next to Tribe TutorZone
          Through photos and interviews, the Jefferson Hall Fire exhibit captures the devastating results of a fire that broke out in one of the College's dormitories in 1983.
          Under the Shield: The Federal Occupation of the Historic Triangle
          Wednesday, February 6 - Thursday, August 1
          Swem Library, Nancy Marshall Gallery, first floor
          This exhibit explores the federal occupation of the Historic Triangle during the Civil War and its impact on area residents. Letters, newspaper articles and other items reveal a unified hope for the war to end, but with varied desired outcomes.
          The Inevitable Present: Integration at William & Mary
          Monday, February 4 - Tuesday, August 13
          Swem Library, Marshall Gallery (1st floor Rotunda) and Read & Relax area
          Integration at William & Mary was not achieved simply with the acceptance of the first students of color; instead it has been a decades-long process. A new exhibit at Swem Library traces the admission of some of the first W&M African American students.
          Open Minds: An Exhibit of Psychology Department Faculty Publications
          Monday, March 26 - Tuesday, April 30
          Swem Library, Bright Gallery
          "Open Minds: An Exhibit of Psychology Department Faculty Publications" displays significant published works and awards won by this outstanding group of faculty members.
          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.