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The film Love is the Way tells the stories of these connections, and the power of the continuing efforts to keep oil companies out of the Refuge’s sacred coastal plain.
Join fellow William & Mary alumni, family and friends for September First Tables at The Boathouse at City Point. We have reserved space on the covered outdoor patio with an expansive view of the James.
The Virginia Symphony Orchestra returns to William & Mary to present a free concert at the Martha Wren Briggs Amphitheatre at Lake Matoaka.
The Future of Japan`s Demography: The Role of Women and Its Tradition. A talk by Mariko Gakiya, EdD.
A panel discussion featuring refugees from Myanmar living in third countries, academics, and on-the-ground experts including:
Host & Moderator: Prof. Rani D. Mullen, William & Mary
Come to the Law Library and see our display for Banned Books Week! We highlighted a selection of works from the collection on obscenity law and censorship. The display is located on the first floor and open to the public.
William & Mary Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (APALSA), with the Black Law Student Association and Election Law Society, is hosting a screening of Chosen, a documentary about five Korean-American congressional candidates who ran in 2020.
The Institute for Integrative Conservation, in collaboration with the Wild & Scenic Film Festival, presents the award-winning documentary: “INVISIBLE HAND, a “paradigm shifting” documentary about the creation of ‘Rights of Nature’.
Nomvuselelo ‘Mvusy’ Songelwa will present a variety of creative instruments for socioeconomic transformation that South Africa is implementing to ensure a transformed Protected Area Management Conservation
We're screening A Crime on the Bayou at 4:30 p.m., followed by a live virtual conversation with Nancy Buirski (director) and Gary Duncan (film protagonist), and Lolis Eric Elie (Author, Filmmaker, Film Subject). View the trailer here.