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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A talk with Shannon Minter from the National Center for Lesbian Rights about LGBTQ+ rights and his work.
Brought to you by the Society of 1918 and the Hulon Willis Association
Esteemed novelist and filmmaker Alia Yunis (The Night Counter) is the premiering author of Asian American Plural: Literature Across Borders, organized by Dr. R. Benedito Ferrao as part of his course OUTSIDE IN: TRANSNATIONAL ASIAN AMERICAN LITERATURE.
Join us as we celebrate W&M Women who are serving or have served in the military.
Our Spring 2021 Symposium will take place virtually Monday, March 22 through Saturday, March 27, 2021.
Four Centuries of Black Women in America: Freedom, Activism, and Justice for All
Register and view the program here.
Join us as we come together - virtually of course - to play Codenames!
The Women's Network invites women employees to join us for a series of podcast discussions that focus on a range of topics relevant to our lives now. This week Emily Hein leads a discussion of On My Mind: RGB, Surge Capacity, and Play as an Energy Source.
“Searching for Anna May Wong,” traces the journey of actor Natasha Tina Liu, who raises the question, “If trailblazing Anna May Wong were still alive today, would she still face the same racism and challenges she experienced during her time in Hollywood?”
This virtual symposium explores the different strategies that museums and museum professionals have embraced during these complex times.
This workshop will provide aspiring actors with everything they need to know in obtaining an on-screen talent agent/manager, particularly in the NY/LA market.
Join The Lemon Project and The Asian Centennial at William & Mary for an evening program that will conclude the 11th Annual Lemon Project Symposium. View the performers and register here.
Author Paul Ocampo will speak on his short story "Butterfly" which appears in Maxine Hong Kingston's anthology, "Veterans of War, Veterans of Peace (2006), as part of Dr. R. Benedito Ferrao's series Asian American Plural: Literature Across Borders.
Please join us for this next event presented by the Mason Diversity & Inclusion Committee as part of the Perspectives series.
Join policy leaders in national security, diplomacy and international development for a discussion of the first 100 days of presidential administrations.
Join Natoya Haskins, director of diversity and inclusion at the School of Education, for a discussion of the book "The Likeability Trap: How to Break Free and Succeed As You Are" by Alicia Menendez.