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The Africana House presents 'Cookies and Convos.' Join us for a topical and relevant discussion on the current race relations facilitated by Ph.D candidate, Travis Harris. He will be debunking the myths of Black Lives Matter. All are welcome to engage.
With Elizabeth M. and Terry F.
With Matt A.
With Mary G.
The women of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. have teamed up with the Africana Studies Department and multiple sustainability efforts on campus to present the FIRST Ball for a CauZe event! Come show off your basketball skills and learn about sustainability!
The William & Mary Student Intellectual Property Society hosts its annual Intellectual Property Law Symposium on Friday, October 28th.
David Flittner of NASA Langley Research Center presents
"Status of Tropospheric Emissions: Monitoring of Pollution (TEMPO)"
With Julia M. and Lindsay G.
With Sam J.
"The multiple ways that retinoic acid directs mammalian germ cell development"
Atsushi Fukuyama [Hosts: S. Sen and G. Vahala]
Department of Nuclear Engineering, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan,
Title of Talk:
?Plasma, Nuclear Fusion, and Integrated Modeling of Fusion Plasmas?
With Lindsay G.
With Rhea S. and Courtney W.
With Staff Rotation
With Sam F. and Ellie W.
Admission: $3 students, $10 general admissionCamille Saint-Saens, Danse Macabre
Modest Mussorgsky, Khovantchina Overture
Modest Mussorgsky, Night on the Bald Mountain
Andr? Caplet, The Masque of Red Death
Joseph Holbrooke, The Raven, op.25
Join AMP on Oct. 28th at 8:00 as we welcome our classmates to the stage for our semiannual ComedyBrew! This semester's show will feature sets from Hayley Wenk, Kevin Xu, Kenan Perry, Casey Neary, and Emily Schaefer!! We swear, you won't want to miss it!!
October 2016November 2016
Visit and get a taste of Columbia!
Are you, here, queer, and PROUD of it? Then please consider auditioning for Queer Night of Expression (QNOE)! More information on how/when to sign up for an audition can be found in our Facebook event.
William & Mary Libraries has some exciting programming in the works for the 2016 Open Access Week. Check out our full schedule below!
A week of giving that helps financially support community service projects identified by student organizations. All projects directly impact the William & Mary or Williamsburg Community.
Currently showing in our Andrews Gallery, One Off: Monotypes, Featuring work by Barbara Grossman, Frank Hobbs and Yvonne Petkus. The show is curated by Professor Brian Kreydatus.
October is Swem Month at Ben & Jerry's! The Scoop Shop at the Williamsburg Premium Outlets will donate 50 cents to the library for every frozen beverage purchased in October.
Become more present in each moment.
Enhance your fall semester by exploring the eight different dimensions of wellness! Sign up for this FREE Patron Incentive Program, sponsored by W&M Campus Recreation and the Healthy Campus 2020 Coalition. The fun begins Monday, Sept. 19th!
Tribe Athletics is hosting a Bubble Soccer Tournament for students! It is free and students will play during halftime of Men's and Women's Soccer Games and the final round at the home Football game on October 29th. Sign-up your team today!
Join the VBA on Wednesday, October 6th, to learn more about the VBA Law School Council, upcoming networking and interview prep events, as well as 1L and 2L opportunities to get involved.