Studio Art: Ceramics Workshop with Sam Chung
Tuesday, November 1
9:30am - 12:20pm
Ceramics Studio (Old Power Plant)

Studio Art: Ceramics Workshop with SAM CHUNG

OPEN TO THE W&M CAMPUS COMMUNITY 
Tuesday, Nov. 1
9:30 - 12:20, Ceramics Studio    

    Applying for a Charles Center Summer Research Grant
    Tuesday, November 1
    3:30pm - 4:30pm
    Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

    The Charles Center offers summer research grants to students of all class years in all disciplines. This workshop will cover how to create an application and what components are required. Take advantage of this great summer experience! 

    Nathan Cooper, Computer Science - Dissertation Proposal
    Wednesday, November 2
    11am - 1pm
    McGlothlin-Street Hall, zoom

    Nathan Cooper, Computer Science - Dissertation Proposal
    Advisor: Dr. Denys Poshyvanyk
    Location:  Zoom meeting

      Emerging Scholar Series: Understanding the Chemistry of Paint for Art Conservation
      Wednesday, November 2
      2pm - 3pm
      Stryker Center, 412 N Boundary Street Williamsburg

      Understanding the Chemistry of Paint for Art Conservation

      Lyndi Kiple, MS Graduate Student in Chemistry, Meldrum Lab

      Push/Pushback: 9 Steps to Make a Difference with Activism and Art 
      Wednesday, November 2
      6pm - 7:30pm
      Sadler Center, Tidewater B

      Push/Pushback: 9 Steps to Make a Difference with Activism and Art

      Weds 2nd November 6-7.30pm, on live stream in Sadler Tidewater A (with Zoom options).

      The first 50 people to register will receive a free E-book of “PUSH/PUSHBACK”

      Register here

      Geology Club: Trivia Night
      Wednesday, November 2
      8pm - 9pm
      Brickhouse Tavern Williamsburg

      Meet at Brickhouse Tavern Williamsburg on November 2 @ 8PM for trivia night!

      Getting Approval for Human Subjects Research
      Thursday, November 3
      2pm - 3pm
      Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

      If you are an undergraduate student planning to interview, talk to, survey, or do any other kinds of research with human subjects, this workshop is for you!

      Bellini Colloquium
      Thursday, November 3
      3:30pm - 5pm
      Washington Hall, Room 315

      Hear a talk by our colleague in Hispanic Studies, Álvaro Pascual Garrote, hosted by MLL’s Bellini Colloquium.

        Ardelia Trio
        Thursday, November 3
        7pm
        Ewell Hall, Ewell Recital Hall

        The Ardelia Trio will open the Ewell Concert Series on November 3, 2022 at 7:00pm in Ewell Recital Hall.  

        School of Education- Learn about our Teacher Education programs!
        Thursday, November 3
        7pm - 8pm
        Zoom

        Join us to learn more about our Teacher Education programs!

        Deadline to declare major/minor 
        Friday, November 4
        All day
        Location not specified

        Deadline to declare major/minor for guaranteed processing before Spring 2023 priority registration

          Pre-Defense Deadline for Students Submitting a Thesis or Dissertation for January 2023 graduation
          Friday, November 4
          All day
          Stetson House

          Four steps are required at least two weeks before you defend. November 4 is the last day by which you may meet this requirement if you intend to graduate in January 2023.

            Spring advising period ends (Undergraduates)
            Friday, November 4
            All day
            Location not specified

            Spring advising period ends

              Press Freedom Under Attack: 21st Century Threats to Journalists--and Democracy
              Friday, November 4
              9am - 1pm
              Zoom

              The Human Security Law Center at William & Mary Law School and the Reves Center for International Studies present a virtual symposium November 4, 2022 from 9am-1pm ET: Press Freedom Under Attack: 21st Century Threats to Journalists--and Democracy.


              Brown Bag: Stratigraphic Distribution and Source Associated with Radon in the Yorktown Formation, VA
              Friday, November 4
              12:05pm - 1pm
              McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 230

              Allison Dorsey ('23) will present on her senior research! This event is open to the public and all majors are encouraged to join us in Room 230 in McGlothlin-Street Hall. There will be a virtual viewing option as well!

              Zoom Link: TBA

              Physics Colloquium - Thomas A. Searles
              Friday, November 4
              4pm - 5pm
              Small Hall, Room 111

              Thomas A. Searles, University of Illinois Chicago, Title of talk: "Dicke Cooperativity-Assisted Ultrastrong Coupling in Terahertz Metasurfaces”

              Summer 2023 Research and Internships kickoff!
              Friday, November 4
              4pm - 6pm
              Sadler Center, Terrace (patio area outside Sadler)

              Join the Charles Center for Academic Excellence and partnering campus organizations for cookies, cider, hot chocolate, and information on Summer 2023 research and internship opportunities!

              [Community Event] The 21st Anniversary of the Virginia Peninsula Jewish Film Festival
              Sunday, November 6 - Monday, March 27
              7:30pm - 10pm
              Williamsburg Regional Library Theater

              Using the power of film to entertain, educate and connect our audiences to issues related to Jewish life in the U.S., Israel, and around the world.

              "New Approaches to American Jews and Movie Making During WWII"
              Monday, November 7
              12pm - 1pm
              Wren Building, Great Hall

               Michael Berkowitz joins the department from University College London!

                Election Day
                Tuesday, November 8
                All day
                Location not specified

                Offices closed. No undergraduate classes scheduled.

                  Election Day (offices closed, no classes)
                  Tuesday, November 8
                  All day
                  Location not specified

                  Election Day (offices closed, classes in session)

                    Applying for a Charles Center Summer Research Grant
                    Wednesday, November 9
                    4pm - 5pm
                    Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

                    The Charles Center offers summer research grants to students of all class years in all disciplines. This workshop will cover how to create an application and what components are required. Take advantage of this great summer experience! 

                    Berlin Summer Study Abroad Info Session
                    Wednesday, November 9
                    5pm - 6pm
                    Washington Hall, Room 315

                    Join us for an Info Session on W&M's Summer Study Abroad Program in Berlin 2023.

                      Chartjoy Information Session
                      Wednesday, November 9
                      5:30pm - 6:30pm
                      Cohen Career Center
                        Guest lecture with Alicia Viladomate (Madrid) 
                        Wednesday, November 9
                        6pm - 7:15pm
                        Tucker Hall, 127A

                        Title: "DE PILAR DE VALDERRAMA (1889-1979) A GUIOMAR: UNA MUJER DE NUESTRO TIEMPO"

                          Marissa Adams: Debunking Intersex Myths, Centering Intersex Joy
                          Wednesday, November 9
                          6pm - 7:30pm
                          Sadler Center, CSD Conference Room

                          Learn about intersex and how to support the intersex community! Marissa Adams (she/her) is an intersex person who has worked in the intersex community for 9 years. She currently works with InterConnect, and Interact: Advocates for Intersex Youth. 


                          Dr. Susan Stryker at W&M
                          Thursday, November 10
                          12pm - 6:30pm
                          Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall), Room 314

                          Brown Bag Lunch, 10 November, 12-1.30pm, Boswell 314

                          Lecture, 10 November, 5-6.30pm, Tucker 127A.

                          Thomas/ine Hall and "The History of Bacon in Virginia": On the Interrelatedness of Sex and Race Classification in Colonial Anglo-America


                          Applying for a Charles Center Summer Research Grant
                          Thursday, November 10
                          12:30pm - 1:30pm
                          Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

                          The Charles Center offers summer research grants to students of all class years in all disciplines. This workshop will cover how to create an application and what components are required. Take advantage of this great summer experience! 

                          Pre-Med Advising Workshop
                          Thursday, November 10
                          12:30pm - 1:30pm
                          Sadler Center, The James

                          The career advising workshop will be hosted by Dr. Beverly Sher who will be providing advice for health professions and Medical School plans. Please RSVP by November 7.

                          Santiago de Compostela - W&M summer faculty-led study abroad Info Session
                          Thursday, November 10
                          1:30pm - 2:30pm
                          Integrated Science Center (ISC), 2076 " chemistry lounge"

                          Come meet with the Program Directors and faculty leading the Santiago de Compostela this summer. 

                            Physics Seminar - Jan Heisig
                            Thursday, November 10
                            3:30pm - 4:30pm
                            Small Hall, Room 122

                            Jan Heisig, University of Viginia, Title of talk: From coannihilation to conversion-driven freeze-out: Dark matter genesis beyond the WIMP paradigm

                            William & Mary Tech Day Virtual Employer Showcase
                            Thursday, November 10
                            3:30pm - 5:30pm
                            TBD, Virtual

                            W&M Tech Day was created exclusively for W&M undergraduate and graduate students to provide a venue for those interested in Tech to connect students with companies and organizations.

                            Dr. Susan Stryker at W&M
                            Thursday, November 10
                            5pm - 6:30pm
                            Tucker Hall, 127A

                            Brown Bag Lunch, 10 November, 12-1.30pm, Boswell 314

                            Lecture, 10 November, 5-6.30pm, Tucker 127A.

                            Thomas/ine Hall and "The History of Bacon in Virginia": On the Interrelatedness of Sex and Race Classification in Colonial Anglo-America

                            Donaldson Writer-in-Residence - Kelli Jo Ford
                            Thursday, November 10
                            7pm - 8:30pm
                            Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room

                            Please join us November 10th at 7:00 PM in the Reves Room for a reading with Kelli Jo Ford. She will be reading from new work completed during her residency. Ford, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, is the author of the widely acclaimed Crooked Hallelujah.

                            2022 Virginia Geological Field Conference
                            Friday, November 11 - Saturday, November 12
                            Location not specified

                            2022 VGFC, November 11th – 12th 

                            The Goochland Terrane Revisited – Insights from Recent Mapping and Geochronology

                            David Spears, Virginia Energy   

                            Nick Evans, Virginia Groundwater LLC

                            Applying for an Honors Fellowship
                            Friday, November 11
                            2pm - 3pm
                            Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

                            Planning to apply for department honors and do a senior thesis? The Charles Center offers up to $4,000 for ten weeks of research the summer before your senior year to give you a strong head start on your project.

                            Mathematics Colloquium:  Songling Shan (Illinois State University)
                            Friday, November 11
                            2pm - 3pm
                            Jones Hall, Room 301

                            Graph edge coloring and the Overfull Conjecture

                            Economics Seminar Series- Dr. Alan Griffith
                            Friday, November 11
                            3pm
                            Chancellors Hall (formerly Tyler Hall)
                              Geology Club: November Meeting
                              Friday, November 11
                              3pm - 4pm
                              McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 219

                              Geology Club will be meeting November 11th @ 3PM in McGlothlin-Street Hall Room 219. Join them in rock painting! Anyone is welcome.

                                Physics Colloquium - Erika Catano-Mur
                                Friday, November 11
                                4pm - 5pm
                                Small Hall, Room 111

                                Erika Catano-Mur, William & Mary Physics, Title of Talk:  Status and Prospects for the NOvA Long Baseline Neutrino Experiment

                                Marking Time and Space: Sacred Landscapes in Afro-Caribbean Art
                                Friday, November 11
                                5pm - 6pm
                                Muscarelle Museum of Art, Sheridan Gallery

                                Please join us for an illustrated lecture by Elizabeth Morán, Associate Chair and Jane Williams Mahoney Associate Professor of Art History.

                                Spring priority registration for continuing students
                                Monday, November 14 - Thursday, November 17
                                Location not specified

                                Spring priority registration for continuing students

                                  CGA Geography Awareness Week & GIS Day
                                  Monday, November 14 - Friday, November 18
                                  Location not specified

                                  The CGA is celebrating Geography Awareness Week from November 14th - 18th! There will be events each day and a weeklong competition with geo-swag prizes for undergraduate winners and ArcGIS Personal Use licenses for graduating senior and alumni winners.

                                  Art History Curatorial Project: "Carving Deep: JJ Lankes' American Story"
                                  Monday, November 14 - Monday, December 5
                                  Andrews Hall, Andrews Gallery

                                  Art History Fall '22 Curatorial Project presents

                                  "Carving Deep: J J Lankes' American Story" on view November 14-December 5, Andrews Gallery

                                  Opening reception, November 14, 4-6pm

                                  Screening of Ganden: A Joyful Land
                                  Monday, November 14
                                  7pm - 10pm
                                  Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
                                  Reves Work-in-Progress with Dan Maliniak: Veterans of the Afghanistan and Iraq Conflicts 
                                  Tuesday, November 15
                                  12pm - 1pm
                                  Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room

                                  Reves Faculty Fellow Government Professor Dan Maliniak and some of his student researchers discuss their recent work on veterans of the Afghanistan and Iraq conflicts in the U.S. and Republic of Georgia.

                                  Applying for a Sophomore/Junior Monroe Grant
                                  Tuesday, November 15
                                  2pm - 3pm
                                  Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

                                  Sophomore/Junior Monroe Scholars are eligible to receive $3000 of funding for a 7-week summer research project. Learn how to apply!

                                  Applying for a First-Year Monroe Scholars Summer Research Grant
                                  Tuesday, November 15
                                  3:30pm - 4:30pm
                                  Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

                                  Learn how to apply for a $1,000 grant for three weeks of summer research! Applications open October 25th and are due March 6, 2023! 

                                  International Careers Week: Foreign Service Officer Panel
                                  Tuesday, November 15
                                  4:30pm - 5:30pm
                                  Cohen Career Center, Hybrid

                                  International Careers Week: Foreign Service Officer Panel

                                  The Future of Resistance in Afganistan: A Conversation with Ali Nazary
                                  Tuesday, November 15
                                  5pm - 8pm
                                  Washington Center, Classroom 701

                                  Join the FPRI at the Washington Center for a special conversation with Ali Nazary, Head of Foreign Relations for the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan, moderated by FPRI Senior Fellow, Phil Wasielewski and FPRI Director of Research, James Ryan.

                                  Addressing Biodiversity Conservation Challenges and Environmental Injustices through GIS
                                  Wednesday, November 16
                                  9am - 10:30am
                                  Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

                                  A Global Perspective on Addressing Biodiversity and Protected Area Conservation Challenges and Environmental Injustices through Geographic Information Systems


                                  Richard Murijono Tung Ming Reksoatmodjo: Physics Dissertation Defense 
                                  Wednesday, November 16
                                  10am - 1pm
                                  Small Hall, 122 or Zoom

                                  Richard Murijono Tung Ming Reksoatmodjo, Final Oral Examination for the Ph.D. Degree, Title: "Edge Fueling and Neutral Density Studies of the Alcator C-Mod Tokamak Using the SOLPS-ITER Code"


                                    Explore Careers in Conservation
                                    Wednesday, November 16
                                    10:45am - 11:45am
                                    Sadler Center, York Room

                                    Explore careers in conservation

                                    International Careers Week: Diverse Paths to Working in International Careers
                                    Wednesday, November 16
                                    12:30pm - 1:30pm
                                    Cohen Career Center, Hybrid

                                    International Careers Week: Diverse Paths to working in International Careers

                                    Getting Approval for Human Subjects Research
                                    Wednesday, November 16
                                    1pm - 2pm
                                    Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

                                    If you are an undergraduate student planning to interview, talk to, survey, or do any other kinds of research with human subjects, this workshop is for you!

                                    Zhen Peng, Computer Science - PhD Defense
                                    Wednesday, November 16
                                    2pm - 4pm
                                    McGlothlin-Street Hall, Zoom

                                    Zhen Peng, Computer Science - PhD Defense
                                    Title: Exploring Multi-Level Parallelism for Graph-Based Applications via Algorithm and System Co-Design
                                    Advisor: Dr. Bin Ren
                                    Location:  Zoom Meeting

                                      Applying for an Honors Fellowship
                                      Wednesday, November 16
                                      4pm - 5pm
                                      Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

                                      Planning to apply for department honors and do a senior thesis? The Charles Center offers up to $4,000 for ten weeks of research the summer before your senior year to give you a strong head start on your project.

                                      Afghanistan under Taliban Rule: Accessing Education During Conflict
                                      Wednesday, November 16
                                      6pm - 7:30pm
                                      Zoom

                                      This panel will focus on the difficulties of girls' accessing education in Afghanistan and the implications for Afghan students and scholars. It will include refugee scholars and the former president of the American University of Afghanistan.

                                      What a ‘Just’ System of Education Would Look Like
                                      Wednesday, November 16
                                      6pm - 7:45pm
                                      School of Education, PDC Concord and Holly Room

                                      As we celebrate W&M Education Week, join us for a panel discussion on What a ‘Just’ System of Education Would Look Like.

                                      Ambrosia Quartet
                                      Wednesday, November 16
                                      7pm
                                      Ewell Hall, Ewell Recital Hall
                                      China Town Hall with former U.S. ambassador to Russia, China and Singapore, Jon M. Huntsman Jr. 
                                      Wednesday, November 16
                                      7pm
                                      https://www.ncuscr.org/content/livestream

                                      CHINA Town Hall connects leading China experts with Americans around the country for a national conversation. ?The 2022 program will feature former U.S. ambassador to Russia, China, and Singapore, Jon M. Huntsman Jr. 

                                      Special Guest Lecture - One Ocean. One Canoe. One People. by Nainoa Thompson
                                      Wednesday, November 16
                                      7pm - 8pm
                                      VIMS - Watermen's Hall, McHugh Auditorium and online via Zoom

                                      Join VIMS for a special lecture by our Scholar in Ocean Residency, Nainoa Thompson, a native Hawaiian navigator. He returns to inspire and educate us to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing world with a melding of science and indigenous wisdom.

                                      Bright Star, the musical
                                      Thursday, November 17 - Sunday, November 20
                                      Kimball Theatre

                                      Inspired by a true story and featuring the Tony®-nominated score by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell, Broadway’s BRIGHT STAR tells a sweeping tale of love and redemption set against the rich backdrop of the American South in the 1920s and ’40s. 

                                      A&S Insights from Within DEI Gathering
                                      Thursday, November 17
                                      12pm - 2pm
                                      Sadler Center, Chesapeake B/C

                                      We hope you will join us for our first DEI Insights from Within event on Thursday, November 17, 2022, in Chesapeake B/C. Open to A&S graduate and undergraduate students, faculty, and staff! Lunch will be provided, RSVP required by Thursday, Nov. 10th.

                                      Bellini Colloquium
                                      Thursday, November 17
                                      3:30pm - 5pm
                                      Washington Hall, Room 315

                                      Hear a talk by our colleague in Arabic Studies, Mona Zaki, hosted by MLL’s Bellini Colloquium.

                                        International Careers Week: The Value of Study Abroad in Your Careers and Life
                                        Thursday, November 17
                                        4:30pm - 5:30pm
                                        Cohen Career Center, Hybrid

                                        International Careers Week: The Value of Study Abroad in Your Careers and Life

                                        Lemon's Legacies Porch Talk: Studying Slavery and its Afterlives Using Genealogical Research
                                        Thursday, November 17
                                        6pm - 7pm
                                        Virtual Event

                                        Join the Lemon Project as we welcome Dr. Shelley V. Murphy, Renate Yarborough Sanders, and our own Dr. Jajuan Johnson for a virtual panel discussion of "Studying Slavery and its Afterlives Using Genealogical Research."

                                        Freeman Intern Fellowships in East Asia Meet & Greet Info Fair
                                        Thursday, November 17
                                        7pm - 8pm
                                        Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall), 140C

                                        Visit and meet the 2022 Freeman Fellows in East Asia, and find out more about the application process to live and intern in East Asia for 8 weeks in summer 2023.

                                        Thesis/Dissertation Defense Completion Deadline for January 2023 Graduation
                                        Friday, November 18
                                        All day
                                        Stetson House, Room 201

                                        Your defense must be scheduled and completed by this deadline.

                                          Newtok:  A free film streaming opportunity from the Institute for Integrative Conservation
                                          Friday, November 18 - Saturday, December 31
                                          Online streaming

                                          In collaboration with the Wild & Scenic Film Festival, the Institute for Integrative Conservation offers for streaming: NEWTOK, A Patagonia Film

                                          Geology Department: Senior Research Friday
                                          Friday, November 18
                                          12:05pm - 1:30pm
                                          McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 219

                                          Some support the graduating seniors by attending their talks about their undergraduate research!

                                          CGA Speaker Series: Droning On and On
                                          Friday, November 18
                                          1pm - 2pm
                                          Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

                                          The CGA speaker series continues with a talk from VIMS’s Kory Angstadt! Kory will discuss how drones have simplified the field collection of accurate elevations and measuring the extent of plant communities in tidal marshes.

                                          Mathematics Colloquium:  Nicholas Werner (SUNY Old Westbury)
                                          Friday, November 18
                                          2pm - 3pm
                                          Jones Hall, Room 301

                                          Matrix Polynomials, Null Ideals, and Invertible Differences

                                          CGA Geography Awareness Week: ODU Virtual Mapathon
                                          Friday, November 18
                                          2:30pm - 5pm
                                          Location not specified

                                          Old Dominion University is hosting a virtual fall mapathon with a presentation from the Program Director for OpenStreetMap US  to wrap up this year’s Geography Awareness Week activities.

                                          Physics Colloquium - Dr. Daniel Andruczyk
                                          Friday, November 18
                                          4pm - 5pm
                                          Small Hall, Room 111

                                          Dr. Daniel Andruczyk, University of Illinois, Title of Talk: Can using liquid lithium as a Plasma Facing Component (PFC) drive a path to a viable fusion power plant

                                          Spring schedule adjustment period  begins 
                                          Monday, November 21
                                          All day
                                          Location not specified

                                          Spring schedule adjustment period begins. It ends on January 8.

                                            University Recognition Day
                                            Monday, November 21
                                            All day
                                            Location not specified

                                            Offices closed. Remote instruction.

                                              Remote Instruction Days (courses in session remotely, offices closed)
                                              Monday, November 21 - Tuesday, November 22
                                              Location not specified

                                              Nov. 21 and Nov. 22 remain instructional days, but to optimize the holiday week, all instruction will not be in person, with content and modality determined by the instructor. A course assignment/project may be substituted for in-class time.

                                                University Recognition Day
                                                Tuesday, November 22
                                                All day
                                                Location not specified

                                                Offices closed. Remote instruction.

                                                  University Closed
                                                  Wednesday, November 23
                                                  All day
                                                  Location not specified

                                                  Offices closed (half recognition day/half state additional time off). No classes scheduled.

                                                    Thanksgiving Break (no classes, offices closed)
                                                    Wednesday, November 23 - Sunday, November 27
                                                    Location not specified

                                                    Thanksgiving Break (no classes, offices closed)

                                                      Thanksgiving Day
                                                      Thursday, November 24
                                                      All day
                                                      Location not specified

                                                      University closed.

                                                        Classes resume from Thanksgiving Break
                                                        Monday, November 28
                                                        All day
                                                        Location not specified

                                                        Classes resume from Thanksgiving Break

                                                          Deadline: Intent to Graduate Form for A&S Graduate Students
                                                          Monday, November 28 - Wednesday, February 15
                                                          Blow Memorial Hall

                                                          By no later than February 15, 2023,  all graduate students planning to graduate in either May or August 2023 MUST submit the Intent to Graduate form to the Office of Graduate Studies.

                                                            MONROE SCHOLARS S'MORES NIGHT
                                                            Monday, November 28
                                                            5pm - 7pm
                                                            Challenge Course, Memorial Garder Sidewalk, Williamsburg, VA 23185 (Meeting point: Behind Business School)

                                                            The W&M Tribe Adventure program will be hosting two nights of S'mores and campfires for Monroe Scholars! 

                                                            Career Advising Workshop (Monroe Scholars)
                                                            Wednesday, November 30
                                                            1pm - 1:50pm
                                                            Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

                                                            The career advising workshop will be hosted by Mr. Don Snyder. He will provide advice on career planning, getting work experience before graduating, building a network, and CV/Resume/Cover letter suggestions. Please RSVP by November 21st.

                                                            Reves Center - World Cup Watch Party
                                                            Wednesday, November 30
                                                            2pm - 4:30pm
                                                            Sadler Center, Tidewater Room (2nd Floor)

                                                            Reves Center World Cup Watch Party - Argentina v Poland (food and drinks provided!)

                                                            Monroe Scholars S'mores Night
                                                            Wednesday, November 30
                                                            5pm - 7pm
                                                            Challenge Course, Memorial Garder Sidewalk, Williamsburg, VA 23185 (Behind Business School)

                                                            The W&M Tribe Adventure program will be hosting two nights of S'mores and campfires for Monroe Scholars!

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