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With Terry & Indi
JET Program representative Kristi Jamrisko (W&M Class of 2002, JET 2002–2005) will give an information session on Monday, October 2nd at 3:00 PM at the Career Center. Open to anyone interested in pursuing an English-teaching career in Japan.
With Michaela & Catherine
To celebrate National Child Health Day, TribeTHON is hosting the FIRST EVER TRIBETHON KICKOFF in Lodge 1! We'll have live music, discounted registration for the dance marathon, and (as always) good vibes! ALL ARE WELCOME!
Nu Kappa Epsilon Music Sorority is holding Fall Rush! Come to three events to receive a bid. Join a group of philanthropy, music, and sisterhood focused individuals!
Relaxation Sessions start the week of September 18th! Limited space available.
Don't miss out on planning time to relax!
Gentle yoga while staying mindful and in the present moment!
Brave Enough to be First serves to honor the legacy of the three women who were the first African Americans in residence at William & Mary, to shed light on just how far we have come, and to inspire continued diversity and inclusion.
The Art & Art History's first show of the new academic year, "No Man's Land: A Collection of Works by Contemporary Female Artists," September 7 - October 3, 2017.
A reception will take place on September 14, from 4 to 6 pm.
Free and Open to the public.
A series of six panels throughout the academic year where seniors can share their experiences, lessons learned, and advice on various career topics with freshmen and sophomores.
Through education and outreach we hope to raise awareness about what human trafficking is and the role it plays in our society. We also strive to make positive change in the wider Williamsburg community through active service. Tuesdays, 7-8 pm, Blair 201
Join WMCI this fall for many new, fun, and educational courses!
Meet with study abroad peer advisors to discuss your study abroad options in the Global Education Office or Swem Library.
Living the Legacy is a dynamic exhibit featuring the intricate, inspiring stories of African Americans who experienced these inaugural years firsthand and who broke barriers for the generations to come.