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Head to the Sunken Garden for some afternoon fun! Lawn games like cornhole, bocce, croquet and jarts will be available for any and all interested in playing.
Working on an Impact Week proposal? Thinking about working on one? Want to know what Impact Week is, how it works, and how to be successful in it? Attend an Impact Week Proposal-Writing Workshop!
Professor Allison Orr Larsen, director of the William &May Institute of Bill of Rights Law, will join Ms. Deirdre Jones of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and others for a special Constitution Day event.
Keynote Speaker: Ninotchka Rosca, award winning author and political prisoner of the Marcos dictatorship
Rinabeth Apostol, Actor and Activist
Dr. Joi Barrios, UC Berkeley
Ryan Macasero, Rappler
Leezel Tanglao, HuffPost
Francis Tanglao Aguas
Join fellow William & Mary alumni and friends to read and discuss "How to Read the Air" by Dinaw Mengestu. Regular attendees and newcomers are all welcome!
Learn how to best maximize your winter break.
This is a 1L and LLM SBA candidate town hall. Students should attend to hear their candidates' platforms and ask their candidates questions.
Virtual Meet Up with the Good Food Institute.
Does your bike need some maintenance? Don't know how to fix something? Come get your bike worked on and maybe learn something along the way!
Interested in teaching but don't know what your options are? Independent, Catholic, and public charter schools offer a wide variety of opportunities to those with OR without teacher certification! Join our employer panel to learn more.
The Reves Center presents Haben Girma, first Deafblind graduate of Harvard Law School and activist for disability rights, who will deliver the 2020 McSwain-Walker Lecture: How Disability Drives Innovation: An Intersectional and Global Perspective.
Join SEALS for a Virginia Coastal Policy Center Virtual Guest Speaker event!
On Sept. 21, James Lang, Esq., Pender & Coward, will discuss riparian rights, user conflicts, and other issues related to waterfront property ownership.
THE STORY: A searing, poetic riff on race in America, fusing prose, poetry, movement, music, and the visual image. As Rankine writes, “This is how you are a citizen.”
This semester we feature five lectures by AMES fabulous faculty, each of whom volunteered to offer a view into their current projects or recently published research.
The William & Mary Russian & Post-Soviet Studies Program Presents Film Series about landmark cultural figures!
W&M Dining Sustainability is looking for volunteers to help students sort their items after they eat at the food truck between compost, recycling, and trash.