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The 13th Annual Ali's 5K Run/Walk sponsored by the Bone Marrow Drive organization at William & Mary Law School. This race is in memory of Ali Kaplan to benefit the national bone marrow donor program through Be the Match Foundation's bone marrow registry.
Culturally Responsive Practices 2017 brings together students, faculty and staff to discuss issues of identity, equity and privilege in educational settings.
Nach Ke Dikha is an intercollegiate Bhangra & Fusion Dance Competition hosted by William & Mary and the South Asian Student Association at the university. This year, NKD will be held at PBK Hall on April 1st. Doors open at 5:30 PM.
Join us and our National Walk Sponsor Aerie for the Williamsburg, VA NEDA Walk at William & Mary!
Over 3500 admitted students and families visit campus.
Come join us for a shared experience and listen to the sweet sounds of Valley Maker brought to you by AMP! The show is free and will have student musicians as openers. This concert is being held to celebrate the life of Austen Dunn.
Try out for the official dance team of W&M!
Please wear tight-fitting dance attire and shoes/socks you can turn in, and arrive a few minutes early to warm up and stretch.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. We hope to see you there!
Join the Restoration Committee for a morning of removing invasive plants and planting natives in the Crim Dell area! Bring a water bottle and wear long pants and close-toed shoes. Snacks, tools, and a water cooler will be provided.
Come out to Tie Dye against Trafficking to fight against human trafficking! $5 to tie dye your own shirt, $15 to tie dye a special event shirt, and food is included! All of the proceeds go to International Justice Mission.
Adults $8.00. Students with ID, free.
Rae Sremmurd will be at Kaplan Arena on April 9th! Get your tickets at the Kaplan Box office or online! Tickets are $15 with William & Mary ID and $30 for the general public. Doors open at 6:30!
Keynote Speaker: Fuseo Kato, Ph.D., M.D., (Jikei University, Tokyo, Japan). Title: "Synaptic plasticity in the nociceptive amygdala - What is the biological role of emotion in pain?"
In the spirit of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Someone You Know will be hosting a panel discussing how to bring conversations about sexual assault prevention, consent, bystander intervention, and other related topics to more of our campus community.
How Does W&M?s Evaluation of Teaching Work?
Can We Make It Work Better?
Wednesday, April 12th, 11 am to 12:30 pm, Blow 201
Lecture by visiting scholar Giovanni Capoccia, Professor of Comparative Politics in the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Oxford, where he is a Fellow of Corpus Christi College.
Lemon Project Porch Talk with free food and refreshments. Please register.
Inclusion and the University: Conversations with Students from Freedom University
Have that one uncle that you just can't find common ground with at the dinner table? Join AMP & the Debate Society Wednesday, April 12 at 7PM in Washington 201 for a workshop on how to have discourse with the dissenting. Refreshments will be provided!
Guest lecture by Burcu Bayram, who is currently doing cutting-edge work investigating how the public perceives foreign aid and is working on a policy-relevant project on how foreign aid projects are communicated to the public.
Discover Music Library services available to you! Instrument demonstrations, Q&A, and more!
Join W&M Sustainability in celebrating Earth Week 2017: Sustainability for All!
Join us for Jefferson-Barrett Hall Council's and Lemon-Hardy Hall Council's Spring Carnival. There will be a bouncy house, free popcorn and snow cones, photo booths, henna, and more! The event is free and open to the public.
The William & Mary Confucius Institute invites the greater Williamsburg community to explore ancient Chinese martial arts and health improvement techniques on World Taiji and Qigong Day.
Moana and La La Land will be shown this Saturday FOR FREE in the Sunken Garden!
The Music and American Culture Series Presents: ?These Are They?: Mahalia Jackson and the Black Gospel Field, with Dr. Mark Burford, Assoc Prof, Reed College, co-sponsored by Religious Studies, American Studies, Africana Studies and the History Dept.
Open to W&M and the Public.
Join W&M Sustainability and Campus Recreation at 5:30pm for a full hour of yoga at The Martha Wren Briggs Amphitheatre at Lake Matoaka! Please wear appropriate and comfortable clothing and bring your own yoga mat (or towel!).
Join Project Pengyou and the Confucius Institute as we host a panel discussion on the importance of being an informed citizen in an increasingly globalized world. We'll feature the perspectives from computer science to popular culture, and much more.
Thursday, April 20
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
SWEM | The Research Room (1st floor)
Featuring the research of Sharpe Community Scholars and other engaged research presentations!
Join HOPE and the William & Mary community at Take Back the Night, a night that is dedicated to the support and healing of survivors of sexual assault. The event will feature personal testimonies, poetry, and a candlelight vigil.
Come out to see Salsa Club's Annual Salsa Showcase! Club members will be performing self-choregraphed bachata, merengue, cha cha, and salsa routines. FREE Admission! Bring your friends for a nice evening of Latin dancing.
Join other members of W&M's faculty and staff as we support students and ourselves on this important evening focused on supporting survivors and preventing future sexual assaults from occurring. This is a two-part event (see within).
Marginality by Design: An Asian American Perspective
by Dr. Chinua Akimaro Thelwell
Addressing social marginalization in Asian American Studies
DATE | Friday, April 21
TIME | 12 -1 PM
LOCATION | Morton 314
*Free Banh Mi Sandwiches to First 30 Attendees
The American higher education system may reinforce income inequality instead of social mobility. The conference explores how we might change this outcome.
Pointe Blank Dance Company's spring show!
King & Queen Ball will be held on Friday, April 21 from 9pm to 1am in the Sunken Garden! Tickets will on sale at the Sadler Info Desk from 9 am-4:30 pm for $10 from April 13-14,* $15 from April 17-21,* or $20 at the door. Rain date will be April 22.
Float over to the Lake Matoaka Boathouse for some paddling by the light of the moon.
This workshop is designed to teach students how to get ready for finals at William & Mary.
Hey Freshmen! Make a quick pit-stop at the Sadler Terrace to give your #TribeTips to the Class of 2021! Take a fun pic with our Instagram frame, grab some free swag, pick up a classic Freezee popsicle, and then head on your way!
Understanding the beginning of the universe according to science and religion.
This event is brought to you by the AVF Forum and the William & Mary Public Policy Program
Thursday, 4/27 5:00 pm - 8:00pm
Sadler Center, Terrace (Rain Site: Lodge 1)
Come out and watch your favorite senior homebrew performers before they graduate!
Wesley Campus Ministry will be handing out 400 FREE tacos from Taco Bell on the Last Day of Classes outside the Wren building between 12pm and 1pm. All students are welcome to join in the celebration!
Title: Mathematical Programming Approaches to Influence Maximization Problems on Social Networks
Join us on Friday April 28th for an afternoon of obstacle courses, bouncy games, virtual reality, free food, and fun. Grab your friends and get here early for some giveaway items and our free shirts!
$10 general admission/FREE for students with ID
Baltimore-based chamber group Mind on Fire presents premiere performances of new music by William & Mary faculty and students.