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"The Evolving Course: Adapting to a Changing Landscape," second workshop in the Fall 2019 Studio for Teaching & Learning Innovation "Introspection, Investigation and Iteration" series
Part of the Religious Studies Brown-Bag Lunch Series
SEC Commissioner Hester M. Peirce will join our community for a public lecture during the lunch hour. Free admission and the public is welcome. Her visit is sponsored by the Center for the Study of Law and Markets.
The purpose of the event is to inform 1Ls that things in law school might not always go as planned, but our community at William & Mary helps one another fail forward together. Lunch will be served.
Patrick Hayes Writers Series presents MUSA AND THE SLAVE SHIP ANGEL as a staged reading in Ewell Hall at 5pm on October 30th.
Liz Cascone, director of The Haven, speaks about setting healthy boundaries, being a mandated reporter, and how to approach a variety of situations with students.
-Costumes for All Ages
-Formals, Tuxes, Furs
-Vintage and Global Fashions
-Jewelry, Purses, Accessories, & MORE
Cash, check, credit, Express, and Venmo accepted.
All proceeds benefit FISH, a local food pantry and clothes closet.
ILSS will be hosting a bake sale the last week of October (the 28-30) to raise money for local refugees. Everything will be $1, so stop by and pick up some delicious baked goods! We will be in the lobby from 11:00am-2:00pm each day.
An exhibition of rare books on early American law from the collection of Sid Lapidus at the Wolf Law Library at William & Mary Law School.
Almanacs are annual guidebooks, used as a calendar and sometimes as a diary, for looking up astronomical data or astrological signs, and even as a weather forecast.
The Campus Food Pantry is OPEN for all WM students, faculty and staff- so please come take some free food to get through finals- featuring canned goods, household items and microwavable meals!
Hours: Monday 330-530, Thursday 430-630, and Saturday 1-3
In 1991, the Women's Studies program emerged, and in 2013, the program was renamed Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies, a change that reflects the program’s aspirations for the growth of feminist research and activism at William & Mary.
On December 4, 1779, George Wythe became the first professor of law in America, a professorship created at William & Mary by the Board of Visitors at the urging of Thomas Jefferson. Various events will commemorate the 240th anniversary of that event.