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Join us for the final Lemon’s Legacies Porch of Spring 2021. WJCC Coalition for Community Justice has organized to ensure that justice and equity for all people in every aspect of the criminal legal system is realized in Williamsburg/James City County.
This event is intended to raise awareness about the indirect effects of COVID-19 in America. Issues such as food insecurity, personal health and healthcare will be discussed. Come with questions, and a listening ear!
Bring a part of campus home to you, and join W&M alumni, parents, family and friends for a virtual paint class with Sam Testa!
Studio Art Senior Exhibition "Collective Imagination"
Andrews Gallery, May 10-14, open to W&M faculty, staff and students
Virtual Exhibition begins May 10, 2021
A Virtual Reception, 5/14, 5-7pm. Registration required
Connect with fellow members of the W&M community from all over the world to share your expertise and build your professional network!
W&M D.C. Metro is recruiting new board members. Take part in an open house to learn more about the board, our goals for the upcoming year, our committees and activities, how to apply and more!
Join Vicki Haneberg '90 and Brad Haneberg '90 from Virago Spirits for a virtual tasting of three cocktails.
Join The Lemon Project for the virtual Donning of the Kente ceremony for Class of 2020 and Class of 2021 graduates! This is a rites of passage ceremony that celebrates your accomplishments and recognizes those who helped you along the way.
Learn more about the basics of asylum law and procedure in the United States.
Join Robert Rose, Elizabeth Andrews '84 and Molly Mitchell '99, M.S. '03, Ph.D. '18 for a panel discussion on Virginia's climate change, sea level rise and policy efforts to protect our coast.
In this stirring choreoritual of word, song and movement, Tahlequah, assisted by ancestral forces, journeys into a dark emotional abyss and learns the freedom which comes from letting go. A co-production with Christopher Newport University.
This photography exhibit in the downstairs Spigel Gallery at the Muscarelle Museum of Art was curated by students interested in the intersections of art and science.