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Join us in helping the city clean and preserve the historic Cedar Grove Cemetery Friday morning. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the history of Williamsburg and connect with other community residents. OCE transportation available.
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?
Jason Andrew Creeden, Physics - Final Oral Exam for the Ph.D., Title: Growth Engineering and Characterization of Vanadium Dioxide Thin Films for Ultraviolet Detection
This talk will focus on several sources of publicly-available data on U.S. healthcare spending and utilization for use in student projects for econometrics courses, independent studies, or honors projects. Co-sponsored by the Economics Club.
Have an amazing business idea or a problem worth solving? Come by the Entrepreneurship Center on Friday to pitch your idea in 90 seconds for a chance to win $100! Then stay for co-working hours to brainstorm your idea with other students and entrepreneurs.
The current Freeman Intern Fellows returning from Asia present about their host organizations, locations, and the application process for the 2020 Freeman Intern Fellowships competition.
Distinguished speaker series
Sami Mitra - Editor of Physical Review Letters. Title of talk: PRL at 60: You have your physics results, now what?
Join us for Botetourt Book Talks at Swem Library! On Friday, October 4, we welcome Katherine Locke.
Michael Zimmerman, Professor of Philosophy at UNC/Greensboro, will present a colloquium paper. All welcome.
Kenneka Cook bridges the gap between beat-driven sonics and melodic jazz and will be performing at our FALL FEST themed Friday at Five. Dive into fall with everything pumpkin spice, cozy, and warm at the finale of this music series!
Presented as part of Muscarelle Explorations: Bauhaus at 100, this film memoir recounts the beginning of the Staatliche Bauhaus Weimar with contributions from former students and historians, a strong selection of artworks as well as archival footage.
AMP celebrates the beginning of your favorite month by screening a classic Halloween throwback--Hocus Pocus!
A playful new adaptation of Jane Austen’s beloved novel follows the fortunes (and misfortunes) of the Dashwood sisters. When reputation is everything, how do you follow your heart?
The annual Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference is presented by the William & Mary Property Rights Project and is named in recognition of Toby Prince Brigham and Gideon Kanner for their lifetime contributions to private property rights.
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.
On November 8th, 1917 soldiers loyal to the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party, more commonly known as the Bolsheviks, overthrew that nation's government and began their 74 year experiment with Communism.
Perfect for beginners and experienced yogis alike, this class will explore yoga both on and off the mat.
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.