Theatre Performance: A Tempest
Thursday, March 3 - Sunday, March 6
Kimball Theatre

A Tempest

by Aimé Césaire.

W&M Theatre Mainstage Season 2021-2022

MLL-Narrative4- Diversity Story Exchange- Information Session
Thursday, March 3
3:30pm - 4:30pm
Zoom

MLL faculty will be participating in the event as storytellers alongside student participants.

    Navigating Your Career As a Diverse Candidate
    Thursday, March 3
    4pm - 6pm
    Sadler Center, Tidewater A

    Join us for a student workshop that goes over the unwritten rules to navigating your career as a diverse candidate. Network with employers and ask the questions you want to know. Register link:bit.ly/3B7YyTl 

    Ukraine Solidarity Event
    Thursday, March 3
    7pm - 9pm
    Sadler Center, Lodge One

    This Thursday, March 3 from 7-9 Lodge One will be a space for students and student groups affected by the war in Ukraine to share their experiences and call the community to action. 

    StoneWallin’ Play & Dinner in Richmond
    Saturday, March 5
    6pm - 11pm
    Richmond, VA

    Join us for a trip from W&M to Richmond on Saturday, March 5th at 6 PM to see the play, Stonewallin' at the Triangle Theatre in Richmond, VA. It's dinner and a show with transportation for only $5! Staff/Faculty are invited to attend too for only $13!

    Mock Mehndi 2022
    Sunday, March 6
    8pm - 11pm
    Sadler Center, Chesapeake

    Mock Mehndi is an event hosted by the South Asian Student Association which aims to spread awareness about Indian and Pakistani culture. There will be traditional food, henna, dances, dance team performances, traditional clothes, and other activities.

    AMP / Atwater Lecture Series: Laurie Hernandez
    Thursday, March 24
    7pm - 8pm
    Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

    Join AMP’s Impact Committee for a night of inspiration and conversation with this year’s Atwater Lecture Speaker Laurie Hernandez on March 24th at 7pm! Laurie Hernandez is an Olympic Gold and Silver Medalist who is an advocate for positive body image.

    The 12th Annual Lemon Project Spring Symposium
    Friday, March 25 - Saturday, March 26
    School of Education

    Theme: The Time Is Now: The Lives of Black Men Past, Present, and Future

    Lemon Project Symposium Plenary- The Time is Now: The Lives of Black Men Past, Present, and Future
    Friday, March 25
    9am - 10:30am
    School of Education, In person at Matoaka or virtually over Zoom

    This event will be broadcast in the Matoaka Woods Room, School of Education.

    To join this event virtually, click on this link. No registration is required.

    To join this event in person, please register here.

    The Future of Ethnic Studies: A Community Panel
    Friday, March 25
    12pm - 1pm
    Zoom & Broadcast in School of Education's Dogwood Room

    The Asian Centennial and the Lemon Project join together for a panel discussion on Ethnic Studies in Virginia.

    12th Annual Lemon Project Spring Symposium Panel 2: Identity, Transformation, Reclamation
    Friday, March 25
    1:30pm - 2:45pm
    School of Education, In person at Dogwood Room and Virtual over Zoom

    12th Annual Lemon Project Spring Symposium Panel 2: Identity, Transformation, Reclamation

    To join us in person, register here.

    To join us virtually, register here.

    Lemon Project Symposium: African American History - Oral history, Genealogy, and Performance
    Friday, March 25
    1:30pm - 2:45pm
    School of Education, In person at Holly Room and Virtual over Zoom
    Panel 1: African American History - Oral history, Genealogy, and Performance

    12th Annual Lemon Project Spring Symposium

    To join us in person, register here.

    To join us virtually, register here.


    Modern Languages and Literatures- Diversity Story Exchange Workshop
    Friday, March 25
    2:30pm - 5:30pm
    Swem Library, Ford Classroom

    Diversity story exchange workshop conducted in association with Narrative 4.

    12th Annual Lemon Project Spring Symposium Panel 3: Black Male Well-Being
    Friday, March 25
    3pm - 4:15pm
    School of Education, In person at Holly Room and Virtual over Zoom

    Panel 3: Black Male Well-Being

    12th Annual Lemon Project Spring Symposium

    To join us in person, please register here.

    To join us virtually, please register here.

    12th Annual Lemon Project Spring Symposium Panel 4: Justice, Belonging, Autonomy
    Friday, March 25
    3pm - 4:15pm
    School of Education, In person at Dogwood Room and Virtual over Zoom

    Panel 4: Justice, Belonging, Autonomy
    12th Annual Lemon Project Spring Symposium

    To join in person, please register now.
    To join virtually, please register now.

    12th Annual Lemon Project Spring Symposium Keynote with Dr. Tommy Curry
    Friday, March 25
    6pm - 7pm
    School of Education, In person at Matoaka or virtually over Zoom

    To join this event virtually, just click here; no registration is necessary!

    To join this event in person, please register here.

    Lemon Project Symposium Keynote with Kiese Laymon
    Saturday, March 26
    9am - 10am
    School of Education, In person at Matoaka or virtually over Zoom

    To join this event virtually, please click here. Registration is not necessary.

    To join this event in person, please register here.

    12th Annual Lemon Project Spring Panel 6. African American History - Freedom, Ingenuity, Legacy
    Saturday, March 26
    10:30am - 11:45am
    School of Education, In person at Dogwood Room and Virtual over Zoom

    Panel 6. African American History - Freedom, Ingenuity, Legacy

    12th Annual Lemon Project Spring Symposium

    To join us in person, please register here.
    To join us virtually, please register here.

    12th Annual Lemon Project Spring Symposium Panel 5. Black Men Navigating and Shattering Stereotypes
    Saturday, March 26
    10:30am - 11:45am
    School of Education, In person at Holly Room and Virtual over Zoom

    Panel 5. Black Men Navigating and Shattering Stereotypes
    12th Annual Lemon Project Spring Symposium

    To join us in person, please register here.

    To join us virtually, please register here.

    12th Annual Lemon Project Symposium Panel 7. Highland’s Council of Descendant Advisors' Roundtable
    Saturday, March 26
    12:30pm - 1:45pm
    School of Education, In person at Holly Room and Virtual over Zoom

    Panel 7. Roundtable with Highland’s Council of Descendant Advisors

    12th Annual Lemon Project Spring Symposium

    To join us in person, please register here.
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    Lemon Project Symposium Panel 9. (In)Valuable: Black Boys at the Williamsburg Bray School, 1762
    Saturday, March 26
    12:30pm - 1:45pm
    School of Education, In person at Dogwood or virtually over Zoom

    Panel 9. (In)Valuable: Black Boys at the Williamsburg Bray School, 1762
    12th Annual Lemon Project Spring Symposium

    To join us in person, please register here.
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    Panel 10. Interrogating the Narrative of “the Fear of Black Men” as a Defense for the Unjust Killing
    Saturday, March 26
    2pm - 3:15pm
    School of Education, In person at Dogwood Room and Virtual over Zoom

    Panel 10. Interrogating the Narrative of “the Fear of Black Men” as a Defense for the Unjust Killing of Black Males in America
    12th Annual Lemon Project Spring Symposium

    To join us virtually, please register here.
    To join us in person, please register here.

      Panel 11. Black Male Supervisors Navigating Racial Battle Fatigue in the Workplace
      Saturday, March 26
      2pm - 3:15pm
      School of Education, In person at Holly Room and Virtual over Zoom

      Panel 11. Black Male Supervisors Navigating Racial Battle Fatigue in the Workplace
      12th Annual Lemon Project Spring Symposium


      To join us in person, please register here.
      To join us virtually, please register here.

      Lemon Project Symposium Talent Showcase
      Saturday, March 26
      7pm
      Reveley Garden

      We invite you to show your visual or performing arts talent at the 2022 Symposium. Artistic expressions should reflect the Symposium theme: The Time is Now: The Lives of Black Men Past, Present, and Future.

      Women's History Month: Celebrating Women Law Faculty Panel
      Tuesday, March 29
      1pm - 1:50pm
      Law School, Zoom

      William & Mary Law School's Office of Student & Academic Services and Women's Law Society present Women's History Month: Celebrating Women Law Faculty Panel. 

      W&M SASA Welcomes Anshuman Vohra '00!
      Wednesday, March 30
      8pm - 9pm
      Blow Memorial Hall, Room 334

      SASA welcomes Anshuman Vohra '00 via Zoom! Register at https://bit.ly/WMSASA-Vohra

      Menstrual Justice
      Thursday, March 31
      12:50pm - 2pm
      Law School, Zoom

      Join expert panelists Bridget Crawford, Margaret Johnson, and Emily Waldman for a discussion of Menstrual Injustice and its intersection with law and policy.