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Bike to the beach with the Bike Alliance! At just four miles away, College Creek is the perfect pre-finals getaway. You bring a lunch and we’ll bring the games to complete a perfect day at the beach! All skill levels are welcomed. Helmets are required.
Walking tour of significant historical sites in African American history at William & Mary. The tour will be conducted by Dr. Terry Meyers, Chancellor Professor of English, Emeritus and Mallory Walker, Mosaic Fellow, Swem Library Sites.
Lynn Briley '71, Karen Ely '71, and Janet Brown Strafer '71, M.Ed. '77, the first African American students in residence at William & Mary, will discuss their experiences integrating the university and answer questions from the audience.
Free, family-friendly event featuring Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf, arranged by former W&M Wind Ensemble director, Michael Williamson
An awards dinner to honor Lynn Briley '71, Karen Ely '71, and Janet Brown Strafer '71, M.Ed. '77, the first African American students in residence at William & Mary, as well as to recognize other achievements of William & Mary's African American alumni.
The Early Career Metaphysics Workshop is an annual workshop focusing on research by early-career scholars working in metaphysics, broadly construed. The workshop is free and open to any who would like to attend; RSVP to [[amgriffith]] (organizer).
Alumni Weekend is a wonderful opportunity to relive favorite memories, renew friendships and reconnect with Professors, Administrators and Staff.
Learn simple scientifically backed skills to manage stress and anxiety, improve memory and enhance the quality of your life.
Using art materials we will explore feelings and work on relaxation.
Feeling stressed, overwhelmed, or disconnected?
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.