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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Emma Ashford, a current senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, is coming with the Concerned Veterans for America to discuss Iraq and Afghanistan military strategies. Come join this discussion and Q&A on a timely, important topic!
Thrive wherever life takes you with this series of programs designed for Young Guarde alumni (Classes 2011-2021). Join us Sept. 8-30 for a series of virtual and in-person events to help you transition to life after W&M.
Dr. Luo will speak on her new book The Global White Snake: Tracing the History and Adaptation of one of China’s Foundational Texts published by the University of Michigan Press last month.
Senator Mason is a member of the Virginia General Assembly with extensive knowledge of mental health policy in Virginia and current legislation to address the mental health system.
W&M is proud to celebrate Latinx Heritage Month. Please join the William & Mary community as we celebrate Latinx heritage month. For more information, visit: bit.ly/WMLHM2021
Professor Andrea Wright of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies and Anthropology is the first recipient of the Jinlan Liu APIA Faculty Award. She will discuss her latest research as part of the Awards Ceremony.
Join fellow alumni, family and friends at Virago Spirits, owned by Vicki Haneberg '90 and Brad Haneberg '90.
Join the W&M community for a National Park Service ranger program under the stars!
Jon Pelson, author of “Wireless Wars: China's Dangerous Domination of 5G, and How We're Fighting Back” will speak on the third floor of GRI on September 22 at 12 pm.
This Reproductive Rights Health Panel will discuss the current developments surrounding a woman's right to an abortion.
Visit the brewery starting on Thursday, 9/23 through Sunday, 9/26, and mention that you're in town for Family Weekend for a 20% discount on all draft beer all weekend long!
Known for exceptional creativity and artistry, Çudamani is a 21-member ensemble of musicians and dancers. Their program spans the spectrum of human emotion inviting you into the transcendent experience of Balinese gamelan and dance.
Join Asian American community leaders and policy makers for an afternoon of discussions focused on combatting anti-Asian American hate, including panels on Asian American hate crime data and reporting, education, gender-based violence, and leadership!
The Shadow of El Centro: A History of Migrant Incarceration and Solidarity by Jessica Ordaz.
A book talk sponsored by the Department of History and Latin American Studies
Test your knowledge of DEI trivia, make connections with fellow students, faculty and staff, and win PRIZES at our DEI Trivia Night!
Jeff Lunardi is Executive Director of the Virginia Joint Commission on Health Care with extensive knowledge of mental health policy in Virginia.
Dr. Samudzi will speak about her research on German South West Africa (present-day Namibia), and the Herero and Nama genocide. She will also address current debates about museums, repatriation of remains, and ways of understanding repair and reparations.
Evening discussion with renowned Indigenous author, scholar, surfer, and professor Dina Gilio-Whitaker (Colville Confederated Tribes descendant) about environmental justice in Indian Country and movement toward transformational land ethic.
Meet remotely to learn about and engage with the effects of historical and present-day education segregation in America. We will read a variety of resources and engage with experts. Opportunities for action and advocacy will also be shared.
Dr. Emily Wilcox of the William & Mary Department of Modern Languages and Literatures will present her research on movement, Third World Unity, and decolonization. Please email [[jdcarlson]] for Zoom link.
Women's Law is honored to partner with Here for the Girls (H4TG), a local nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of young people impacted by breast cancer. On 9/29 at 1pm, join us to hear from the H4TG team and learn more about their mission.
Join Professor Heymann, Prof. Hamilton, and Dean Shepherd for First Generation Student Alliance’s virtual program on the “Hidden Curriculum” of law school.
Join Elyas Bakhtiari, assistant professor of sociology at William & Mary, for a presentation about how to incorporate Middle Eastern and North African Americans into health disparities research.
Carlos Rivera Santana & Robin Ellis
"Unpacking Indigenous Acknowledgement: A Decolonial Discussion Revolving around the 1723 William & Mary Brafferton 'Indian' School"
Also streamed on Zoom
Join Dr. Coralis Solomon, clinical assistant professor in the W&M School of Education, for a virtual Healing Circle designed to support the Latinx community at the university.
Meet up with the W&M community in South Hampton Roads!