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As our nation faces challenges both foreign and domestic, what can be done to improve the state of political affairs? How can William & Mary play a leading role to address pressing issues and public discourse?
Actor and comedian Damon Wayans Jr. will perform at William & Mary’s Phi Beta Kappa Hall on Feb. 11 as part of the university’s Charter Day weekend festivities. Comedian Thomas Dale will open the show. Ticket sales begin Jan. 24 through PBK box office.
Come Celebrate with the Class of 2018 at the Junior Class Ring Ceremony!
Title: Noncommutative geometry and tempered representations
Grab a coffee and chat with colleagues from around campus about the latest social media trends and ideas for the coming semester.
“Bloomsbury in Love: Pushing Back against Sexual Taboos” By Christy Burns, Associate Professor of English
Wednesday, February 15th @12:00pm
Morton Hall 314 - Gove Seminar Room
**Bring your own lunch, plus we have light snacks and refreshments**
Join us for a discussion on the age-old question: "What is Love?" Watch professors debate and discuss how their field of expertise can explain Love best. Want to know where nerves come from? Or how Aristotle felt about Love? Well you know where to be.
Lauron Kehrer, Ph.D. candidate in musicology at the Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester
Dr. Shumway will discuss how USAID is using science and technology to transform international development efforts and the fight against global poverty, and explore the gaps and opportunities for transformation of development through science.
In this illustrated lecture, Assistant Director and Curator Dr. John T Spike will guide the audience through the historic exhibition, Botticelli and the Search for the Divine: Florentine Painting Between the Medici and the Bonfire of the Vanities.
The Daily Work of Justice is a conversation series that invites people directly involved in the issue of criminal justice to share their lived experience, to provide space for others to engage with empathy, understanding, and action.
Professor and Interim Director of the National Institute of American History & Democracy Julie Richter and Ari Weinberg, graduate assistant for the Lemon Project in a panel discussion. This event is free for W&M students, faculty and staff.
The Muscarelle Museum of Art Presents: A Divine Evening with Botticelli! We invite students to attend our FREE STUDENT GALA event on Friday, February 17, from 6-9 pm, and explore the upcoming exhibition featuring works by Botticelli.
Join us for a magical journey for AMP's February Blockbuster! There will be two showings each day: one at 7PM and one shortly after 9PM! Admission is $3! If you manage to snag a discount coupon, you'll only have to pay $2! Children under 7 are free!
Join students, faculty, and community leaders coming together to learn about the best practices for impacting community and mobilizing social change.
It's that time of year again when we throw our rules out the window (even more than we usually do) and present an entirely improvised show where civility and respect go bad. Really bad. Come see us turn your risque suggestions into suggestive risque-ness.
Hey you! Yes, YOU! You are extraordinary, and you deserve some Extraordinary Cupcakes and a night of awesome trivia. Allow AMP to celebrate the miracle that is you.
The Bosnia Project will screen the documentary Sarajevo Roses, followed by a Q&A with its director, Roger M. Richards. Produced over twenty-four years, Sarajevo Roses is a cinematic essay told by five citizens who survived and now struggle to rebuild.
Curious about the politics of Native American identity? Join the American Indian Student Association for discussion with Dr. Richard A. Rose on tribal recognition and indigenous identity in a post-colonial context!
Core Lecturer in Music Humanities, Department of Music, Columbia University
Cash Me at Brew, Howbow Dah? You bet we'll be there. Admission is free for this musical event, which will feature 5 performances by some talented William & Mary students, along with free snacks, coffee and hot cocoa.
Screening of "The Tiger Hunter" followed by a panel discussion.
William & Mary and The Roy R. Charles Center present the 23rd Annual Undergraduate Science Research Symposium.
Please join us on Friday, February 24 as students in the sciences present their research!
The full schedule is available online.
"Unraveling the role of dengue non-structural 1 protein in viral pathogenesis and disease"
Come out and support Tribe Baseball this weekend as they host Lafayette in the first home series of the season, February 24th - Sunday the 26th. Games are at Plumeri Park on Friday at 4 PM, Saturday at 2 PM, and Sunday at 1 PM. Admission is free with...
Trippin' on Brix will be presenting their very first HALF SKETCH, HALF LONGFORM show! You won't want to miss this!
Oh, and did we mention it's free?
Are you trying to roll away from your problems? Do you wish you could smash into stuff in a giant hamster ball?
Human Bowling is here for you, complete with 2 inflatable bowling lanes, pins, and hamster balls. Knock them down, champ. AMP believes in you.
Free and open to the public. There are two showtimes: 12:30pm and 7pm on 2/28.
Come learn about adapting existing courses to fulfill the COLL 300 attribute requirement.
Artist-in-Residence Eddy Harris, nonfiction author and documentary filmmaker of Mississippi Solo and other books