William & Mary Crim Dell Association
The Crim Dell Association is William & Mary’s identity group representing alumni dedicated to expanding the freedom to love and express gender and sexual identity. Our mission is to cultivate a vibrant community, expand opportunities for current LGBTQ+ students and allies and maintain a strong connection with the university.
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Center for Student Diversity is proud to celebrate LGBTQ+ history month! Check out this link for a list of events and more information! https://bit.ly/2YDviom
Afghan Refugee Donation Campaign will be tabling daily in the Law School lobby. We are seeking physical donations as well as promoting vetted organizations for monetary donations. We also have information at the table to support W&M Immigration Law Clinic
CSO's annual fall culture show and dinner.
You won't want to miss this opportunity to reconnect with friends and celebrate alma mater.
Stop by the main foyer of the Alumni House to browse and purchase exclusive W&M gifts and gear from the William & Mary Alumni Association! We hope you enjoy wearing, giving and displaying these exclusive items as much as we enjoy bringing them to you.
"Sacred 'Manumissions' and Sanctuaries" title of our Annual Lee Lecture to be given by Professor Elizabeth Meyer , University of Virginia.
Come meet and network with fellow Latinx alumni, faculty, staff, and students at William & Mary. Food and Drinks will be provided
Using incidents reported to Stop AAPI Hate, Professor Jeung discusses the nationwide trends in anti-Asian racism, their causes, and their historic roots. He then shares how the Asian American community is resisting this racism and what gains we have made.
We are delighted to welcome the William & Mary community to the dedication ceremony for our newly expanded Alumni House.
W&M Music Department presents BOTETOURT CHAMBER SINGERS with Dr. Jamie C. Bartlett, Conductor.
As the Class of 2020 returns to campus for their first Homecoming & Reunion Weekend, they will also celebrate traditional commencement activities with their classmates. Friday’s event will include the Candlelight Ceremony and the dance.
Hear insights on the present and future of Afghanistan, battle- and boardroom-tested advice for leading with purpose and the role W&M can play in helping veterans transition to new leadership roles in civilian life.
Reconnect during a pre-game tailgate with the APIM, representing Asian-Pacific Islander-Middle Eastern/Southwest Asian alumni. We will gather outside of the newly renovated Alumni House for great food, good music and an all-around great time!
Reconnect during a pre-game tailgate with the Crim Dell Association, representing LGBTQ+ alumni. We will gather outside of the newly renovated Alumni House for great food, good music and an all-around great time!
Reconnect during a pre-game tailgate with the Hulon Willis Association, representing alumni of Black and of African descent. We will gather outside of the newly renovated Alumni House for great food, good music and an all-around great time!
Reconnect during a pre-game tailgate with LatinX, representing Latino/a alumni. We will gather outside of the newly renovated Alumni House for great food, good music and an all-around great time! Food and drinks will be available for purchase.
Connect and reconnect during a pre-game tailgate with the members of the Society of 1918. We will gather outside of the newly renovated Alumni House for great food, good music and an all-around great time!
Screening the movie "The Man who Sold his Skin" to be followed by a discussion on refugees.
Return to the Sunken Garden on Saturday evening to mingle with classmates and celebrate your reunion in your class tent with food (heavy hors d'oeuvres, wine and beer), friends and fun!
Come meet Hillel staff and visit the new Shenkman Jewish Center.
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, join the School of Education for a panel discussion focused on the experiences of Latine/o/x individuals and/or advocates in K-12 and higher education settings.
Asian Centennial Distinguished Theater Arts Fellow and Class of 1939 Visiting Artist Rinabeth Apostol of San Francisco premieres an original solo cabaret exploring the Filipino diaspora in America through song and dance. Directed by Francis Tanglao Aguas.
Join us for a virtual Lemon's Legacies Porch Talk with Cat Warren, author of New York Times bestseller, What the Dog Knows: Scent, Science, and the Amazing Ways Dogs Perceive the World on Wednesday, October 13 at 6:00 p.m. ET.
This event includes a screening of River People: Behind the Case of David Sohappy and a discussion with Wilbur Slockish Jr. on the legacy of "Salmonscam" and his lifelong fight to protect the treaty rights and water resources of the River People.
Striving for social justice through belonging and liberation. Keynote Speaker: Dr. Evelyn Hu-DeHart, Professor of History, American Studies and Ethnic Studies at Brown University.
Workshop on foundational concepts for understanding and analyzing power dynamics related to race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation and other forms of inequality, oppression and marginalization.
Dr. Fernando Galeana Rodriguez will explore the intersection of conservation and politics in the Honduran Mosquitia. Please email [[jdcarlson]] for Zoom link.
Join the Center for Student Diversity as we pledge to “go purple" (wear purple) on Spirit Day a way for everyone — to visibly show solidarity with LGBTQ youth and to take part in the largest, most visible LGBTQ anti-bullying campaign in the world.
Are you looking for ways you can help or seek help from members of the W&M community? We invite you to join us for our next online networking hour to virtually connect and text chat one-on-one with one another.
Join us to celebrate the installation of the exhibit, "The Asian Centennial at William & Mary: Pu Kao Chen 1923" curated by Sumie Yotsukura '22 and assisted by Brian Zhao '23. An opening reception will be held on Friday, Oct. 22 from 4-5 p.m. in Swem.
A fun celebration of Japanese culture and the coming of fall in the Crim Dell Meadow from 4-7pm on Sunday, October 24th! There will be free food, games and activities, performances, and more!
Join Natoya Haskins, director of diversity and inclusion in the School of Education, for a discussion of the book The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison.
“Protest, Threat Dimensions, and the Repression of Women’s Rights,” presented by Dr. Emily Hencken Ritter.
A panel discussion with professors and community servants on what poverty looks like in Williamsburg, how COVID-19 continues to displace neighbors, how the pandemic disproportionately harms certain populations, and how we can work towards social justice.
Join a panel of experts to learn more about values-based strategic philanthropy, charitable giving trends and important factors for women to consider as they structure their personal legacies to generate maximum impact.
Okinawa has played a disproportionate role hosting U.S. military facilities, leading to numerous difficulties. Mr. Satoshi Uechi, Director, Okinawa Prefecture Washington D.C. Office, will share Okinawans’ views on these matters and recent developments.
Join us via zoom @ 6 pm on Thursday, October 28th for a new edition of Brown Table Talk! This week's topic focuses on how to Maintain Friendships between Women “Girl Gangs”.