Yom Kippur
Sunday, September 24 - Monday, September 25
Wren Building

Yom Kippur, also known as the Day of Atonement, is one of the most important and solemn holidays in Judaism.

    William & Mary Women's Soccer vs Elon
    Sunday, September 24
    1pm - 3pm
    Williamsburg, Va., Martin Family Stadium at Albert-Daly Field
      W&M Day at Cirque du Soleil ECHO, featuring Neal Courter '17
      Sunday, September 24
      5pm - 8:30pm
      Under the Big Top, Tysons II | 8025 Galleria Dr, Tysons Corner, VA 22102

      Join William & Mary Under the Big Top at Tysons II for a special opportunity to experience Cirque du Soleil ECHO, featuring Neal Courter ’17, artist and former W&M Men’s Gymnastics student-athlete.



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      Mural-Making Workshop with Steve Prince
      Saturday, September 23 - Sunday, September 24
      10am - 3pm
      Campus Center, Room 220

      Join Muscarelle Director of Engagement Steve Prince for an intensive, two-day workshop to learn a variety of techniques for producing large-scale murals.

      Writing Resources Center Open for Fall Semester
      Monday, September 11 - Friday, December 8
      1pm - 4pm
      Swem Library, Writing Resources Center (Swem 145)

      At the Writing Resources Center, trained peer consultants offer individual assistance with writing, presentation, and other communication assignments across disciplines and at any stage, from generating ideas to polishing a final product. 

      Andrews Gallery presents: "Whittled Down" -The Carvings of Christopher B. Wagner-
      Friday, September 8 - Friday, September 29
      Andrews Hall, Andrews Gallery

      Art Exhibition: WHITTLED DOWN-The Carvings of Christopher B. Wagner-

      Andrews Gallery, Begins September 8, Opening reception 4-5:30pm, Artist Talk in Andrews 101, 5:30pm

      Exhibition: 40 Years of Art at the Muscarelle
      Monday, August 21 - Wednesday, November 1
      Stryker Center

      Visit us at the Stryker Center to explore the story of art at the Muscarelle Museum of Art and William & Mary.