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In 1781, 13-year-old Nathaniel Chiles uncovers a plot to murder the American colonel, Josiah Parker. Can the boy overcome his fears in time to warn the Colonel of this threat?
Come buy a milkshake at SAE's spring philanthropy event, Milkshakes for Miracles! All proceeds go to the Children's Miracle Network.
In honor of UN Chinese Language Day, WMCI will be holding a Chinese Language & Culture Experience Day on Friday, April 20th, from 2:00-5:00 pm.
Love smoothies and free food? Love integrative ideas about sustainability? Come join W&M Sustainability and AMP by pedaling your way to your very own smoothie on the Smoothie Bike, then tour the COLL 300 Symposium on Sustainability in the ISC 3 Atrium!
A small-town banker finds a document that leads him to believe a coworker may be involved something illegal. Set in the turbulent days of the 1990's recession, What the Mirror Doesn't see is a gripping financial thriller.
John Delos, Physics William & Mary, Title of Talk: 47@74, a Swan Song
Join the Lemon Project: A Journey of Reconciliation and Patrick Hudgins from the Counseling Center in a healing drum circle to relieve some tension. Come beat on a variety of drums; no musical experience required!
Professor Alexander Tsygankov presents a lecure on Russian folk music.
With Hailey & Courtney
Come out to our final Fridays at Five of the year!
Into the Woods
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by James Lapine
The annual King and Queen's Ball is coming up! Come dance the night away and indulge in mac n cheese bites as we celebrate the end of another great year. King and Queen's Ball is a formal event so dress your best and enjoy the festivities.
Business Analytics for Strategic Leaders will provide the necessary knowledge to empower you to build a data-driven culture at your organization.
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.