Racial Justice & Social Reform Speaker Series: Maintaining Mental Health in a Social Movement
Monday, August 3
7pm - 8pm

Be involved in a conversation about how you can maintain your health during an exceptional time in American history.

Racial Justice & Social Reform Speaker Series: History of Black Americans & Restorative Practices 
Monday, August 10
7pm - 8pm

A discussion with Black scholars on the history of Black Americans and the efforts we can take, as a community, to make the future better than the past.

Invisible Racism: Alumni Author Conversation with Tamara Copeland '73
Wednesday, August 12
7pm - 8pm

Take part in a discussion with Tamara Lucas Copeland '73, author of “Daughters of the Dream: Eight Girls from Richmond who Grew up in the Civil Rights Era.”

Career Readiness Kickoff: Resumes & Cover Letters
Tuesday, August 18
11am - 11:30am

This workshop will focus on creating a good resume, with a short intro to cover letters. 

    First day of classes
    Wednesday, August 19
    All day
    Location not specified

    First day of classes

    NDS registration begins

      LatinX Student and Alumni Dialog
      Monday, August 24
      6pm - 7pm

      Please join us for the second of many hour-long conversations between LatinX alumni and current students.

      The Federalist Society Interest Meeting
      Tuesday, August 25
      Come learn about William & Mary's Federalist Society chapter!
        Student Legal Services Interest Meeting
        Tuesday, August 25
        1pm - 2pm
        Law School, Zoom

        Come learn about Student Legal Services! Meet the executive board, learn about what projects we've been engaged in over the summer, and how you can get involved and volunteer on our Fall and Spring projects!

          Memorial to the Enslaved Update:  A Lemon's Legacies Porch Talk
          Tuesday, August 25
          6:30pm - 7:30pm
          Zoom Webinar

          Join The Lemon Project as we host a panel on the Memorial to the Enslaved on August 25th from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Panelists include Chon Glover, Burt Pinnock, Susan Kern, Ed Pease, and Jody Allen. 

          Songs of Freedom: A Civil Rights Concert
          Friday, August 28
          7pm - 9pm
          YOUTUBE livestream
          Diverse artists gather online to offer SONGS OF FREEDOM on August 28, a monumental day in the history of the civil rights movement. Virginia's new Poet Laureate Dr. Luisa A. Igloria is the keynote poet. Professors Leah Glenn & Hermine Pinson will perform.
          Post Soviet Portraits: A Film Series
          Monday, August 31 - Wednesday, September 23
          7pm - 10pm
          TBD, Zoom

          The William & Mary Russian & Post-Soviet Studies Program Presents Film Series about landmark cultural figures!