Acupuncture Lounge
Wednesday, April 3
9:30am - 11:30am
McLeod Tyler Wellness Center, Studio B

The Acupuncture Lounge is the first of its kind in Williamsburg. This model of care removes as many barriers as possible to accessible treatments ensuring a stable and reliable supply of affordable acupuncture for the WM and local community. 

F.U.S.E. (Funding for Unpaid and Underfunded Student Experiences) Information Session
Wednesday, April 3
12pm - 12:30pm

Join us to learn about F.U.S.E. (Funding for Unpaid or Underfunded Student Experiences) eligibility and the application process.

    Women's Creativity Group for Faculty & Staff 
    Wednesday, April 3
    12pm - 1pm
    McLeod Tyler Wellness Center, Studio B

      Pet Therapy with Norman
      Wednesday, April 3
      1:30pm - 3pm
      McLeod Tyler Wellness Center

      Come say hi to our new therapy dog, Norman, for some destressing between classes.

        Emerging Scholars Talk: “The Cold War and U.S.-Spain Relations”
        Wednesday, April 3
        2pm - 3pm
        Stryker Center (412 Boundary St.)

        Tyler Goldberger, doctoral candidate in History: “The Cold War and U.S.-Spain Relations”

        Offered in partnership between the Graduate Center and the Williamsburg Regional Library.

        Masterpieces of Italian Renaissance Architecture
        Wednesday, April 3
        5pm - 6pm
        Tucker Hall, 127A

        The Muscarelle’s spring Selected Topics in Architecture lecture series will focus on the flourishing Renaissance period, when architectural innovation resulted in some of the world’s most breathtaking and magnificent structures. 

        The Debate Over Southern Jewish Distinctiveness
        Wednesday, April 3
        5pm - 6pm
        Washington Hall, Room 201

        Join the Religious Studies Department for the William & Sue Anne Bangel Lecture! 

        The Mauritanian Movie Showing
        Wednesday, April 3
        5pm - 7pm
        Law School, Room 119
        Film showing of the The Mauritanian, hosted by MVLS. Popcorn, candy, and snacks will be provided! 
        The Impacts of Equine Therapy in Our Communities
        Wednesday, April 3
        5:30pm - 6:30pm
        Sadler Center, York Room

        A Community/Panel Discussion on the positive impacts of animal/equine therapy on special populations in our communities.

        GSWS Braithwaite Event with Muriel Miguel, Spiderwoman Theatre   
        Wednesday, April 3
        5:30pm - 7pm
        Phi Beta Kappa (PBK) Memorial Hall, Glenn Close Theatre

        Braithwaite Event with Muriel Miguel, Spiderwoman Theatre

        Weds 3 April, 5.30pm, “Muriel Miguel, A Retrospective”, Glenn Close Theatre, PBK.

          Intro to ASL Workshop
          Wednesday, April 3
          6pm - 8pm
          Tidewater, Sadler Center
            Yoga for Chronic Stress & Illness
            Wednesday, April 3
            6:15pm - 7:05pm
            McLeod Tyler Wellness Center, Studio A

            Panhellenic Yoga
            Wednesday, April 3
            6:30pm - 7:30pm
            Wellness Center, Studio B
              Tea Society Meeting
              Wednesday, April 3
              6:30pm - 7:30pm
              Washington Hall 308
                A History of Diversity in Children's Literature and Why It's More Important Than Ever
                Wednesday, April 3
                School of Education, Holly Conference Room

                A brief history of diversity in children’s literature, the impact sharing (and not sharing) diverse representations in books can have on all students, and suggestions for participants in how they can improve their knowledge and use of diverse books. 

                  AMP / Atwater Lecture: Brian Baumgartner
                  Wednesday, April 3
                  Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

                  Join AMP and Emmy-winner Brian Baumgartner for a moderated Q&A.

                  AMP / Brian Baumgartner Lecture
                  Wednesday, April 3
                  7pm - 8pm
                  Commonwealth Auditorium
                    Ramadan Iftar with Student Assembly
                    Wednesday, April 3
                    7pm - 8:30pm
                    Slice at Sadler Center

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                      Ongoing Events

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                      The 2024 Non Majors Show
                      Monday, April 1 - Monday, April 8
                      Andrews Hall, Andrews Hall Foyer

                      The 2024 Non Majors Show. Reception Thursday April 4, 4-6pm.

                      Honors Thesis Writers' Retreat
                      Monday, April 1 - Thursday, April 4
                      Swem Library

                      The Director for Undergraduate Research and William & Mary Libraries invite you to a Writers’ Retreat in Swem Library. Modeled after the Faculty Writers’ Retreat, the purpose is to give you uninterrupted time to work on your honors thesis. 

                      Sunday, March 10 - Monday, April 8
                      Wren Building

                      Ramadan is a holy month of fasting, prayer, reflection, and community. During Ramadan, Muslims abstain from food, drink, and certain other physical needs from sunrise until sunset. Fasting during Ramadan is one of the Five Pillars of Islam. 

                      Channel:  Video and Short Film Exhibition
                      Thursday, March 7 - Friday, April 12
                      Andrews Hall, Andrews Gallery

                      CHANNEL is a contemporary video art and short film Exhibition

                      Asian Group Therapy (free)
                      Wednesday, February 21 - Wednesday, April 17
                      4pm - 5:30pm
                      School of Education, 2nd floor in the Flanagan Counselor Education Clinic

                      The purpose of this weekly, free counseling group is to provide a safe space for Asian students to explore issues of mental health as it intersects with racial/ethnic identity, while fostering community, empowerment, & resilience. 

                      Nascent Themes from a Conversation of Fragments: Recent Collages by Clive Knights
                      Friday, February 9 - Saturday, May 18
                      Daily Grind

                      Twenty-five works by English collage artist Clive Knights will be on view in the Daily Grind from February 9 through May 18. 

                      Writing and Communication Center Open for Spring Semester
                      Monday, February 5 - Friday, May 10
                      1pm - 10pm
                      Swem Library,

                      At the Writing and Communication 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.