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  • Sep285pm - 7pm
    Modern Languages & Literatures: InfoMajors Open House
    Washington Hall, Room 315

    Considering majoring  in Chinese Studies, French/Francophone Studies, German Studies, or Hispanic Studies? Join us at our open house. We also welcome students interested in self-designing majors in Arabic, Italian, Japanese or Russian Studies.

  • Oct14pm - 7pm
    JCA Fall Festival (Aki Matsuri)
    Sadler Center, Chesapeake A & B

    Join the Japanese Culture Association on Oct 1st, 4-7PM at Sadler, Chesapeake A&B for our Aki Matsuri (Fall Festival)! There will be traditional Japanese FOOD, performances, and Japanese games. And they are all FREE!!! Hope to see you there!

  • Oct412pm - 1:30pm
    Supporting W&M’s International Community
    Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room

    The Reves Center provides W&M faculty and staff workshops that offer knowledge, skills, and resources for supporting W&M’s diverse international community.

  • Oct143:30pm - 5:30pm
    Homecoming Lecture
    Blow Memorial Hall, Room 331

    W&M alum Vadim Shneyder (Assistant Professor of Slavic Studies, UCLA) will deliver the annual Homecoming lecture this year on “Russia’s Capitalist Realism.” 

  • Oct205pm - 6:30pm
    Chinese Open House!
    Washington Hall, Room 315
    Questions about Chinese major/minor, study abroad in China, living in Chinese House, etc. will be answered in the information session. 
  • Oct27All day
    DEADLINE: COLL 300 Visitors proposal due for Fall 2017 "IN/EXclusion"
    The Center for the Liberal Arts is proud to announce the on-campus COLL 300 themes for Fall 2016 through Spring 2018, along with our call for proposals for supporting visitors.
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Ongoing

  • Sep262pm
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    Sep305pm
    2016 Summer Research Showcase
    Blow Memorial Hall

    William & Mary undergraduates who received Charles Center summer research funds present their work at this annual, week-long event.

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