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TIAA Virtual Counseling Day
A conversation with philosopher and essayist Susan Neiman on her book Learning from the Germans: Race and the Memory of Evil, published in 2019, which asks what Americans can learn from Germans about confronting the evils of the past.
An overview of the new special exhibition at the Jamestown Settlement Museum by Luke J. Pecoraro, Ph.D., Director of Curatorial Services at the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation. Please contact Joni Carlson [[w|jdcarlson]] for Zoom link.
Take the First Step to Investing webinar
Join the Christian Legal Society for a discussion with Kevin Snider, a religious liberties lawyer for the Pacific Justice Institute.
Join 3L Business Law Society members in an informal discussion about what 1Ls can expect when they look for summer internships!
Steve Prince will take participants on a historical journey examining the power of racist imagery upon the psyche of America and the world.
The English Department invites you to join a conversation reflecting on Amanda Gorman’s performance of her poem, “The Hill We Climb,” at the recent Presidential inauguration.
Healthy Connections is a discussion group for William & Mary students needing support with dating or intimate-partner relationships.
Showcase can be a great opportunity to listen to a cappella music, or to allow you to decide what groups will be best fit for you!
If you want to know more about the groups or ACC we encourage you to check out our website: https://acappellacouncil.wixsite.com/williamandmary
Time to share the challenges of these experiences and the process of transitioning back to the campus community
This open and non-structured space has been established for W&M students who identify as questioning, transgender, non-binary, gender queer, gender-nonconforming and are interested in connecting with others with similar identities/shared experiences.
HORIZON is a peer-based social group for survivors of sexual assault and harassment attending William & Mary.
This group is specifically designed for students who have experienced sexual assault or dating abuse. No art experience necessary.
Provide an outlet for students who are living with chronic illness and trying to navigate day to day life