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1. Celebrate You Week emphasizes health

The Celebrate You initiative, sponsored by the Student Assembly, Health Outreach Peer Educators, InterFraternity Council and AMP, begins today and will culminate Saturday, Oct. 25 with the Celebrate You concert.

2. Economic diversity priority for universities

When Molly Teague ’15 applied to colleges in 2011, she — like many students across the country — knew the availability of financial aid would play a role in her final decision.

3. HSAC releases 2013-2014 final report

Provost Michael Halleran recently emailed the student body the Honor System Advisory Committee Academic Year 2013-2014 Final Report.

4. Yik Yak mobile abuse discussed

Nearly a week ago, a freshman at Drake University in Iowa posted an anonymous threat on the social media app Yik Yak, stating: “Columbine will look like child’s play compared to what I’m going to do.” Within 24 hours, the 18-year-old was arrested and charged in Des Moines, Iowa.

5. Oyster campus art raises awareness of declining oyster populations

There are plenty of opportunities to see art at the College of William and Mary, whether it is in an art history class, the Muscarelle Museum of Art or a friend’s art project. For the past few weeks students have had an opportunity to see art in a more unexpected location: as they walk by the Crim Dell.

6. Field hockey: Tribe falters in Homecoming loss to Temple

After leading for the first 30 minutes Saturday, William and Mary fell in a disappointing Homecoming loss to No. 16 Temple, 4-1. Hope for a Homecoming victory was high throughout the fast-paced first period. However, expectations fell as the second period advanced and Temple tallied four unanswered goals.

7. Women’s Soccer: College cruises to 3-1 victory

In the previous five contests combined, only four cards have been issued in William and Mary games. In under 90 minutes, that total doubled Sunday as the College downed Elon, 3-1, in what looks to become a rivalry matchup.

8. Men’s Soccer: Tribe falls to Delaware, 3-1

While the 3-1 score line may suggest otherwise, William and Mary remained competitive for the full 90 minutes in a loss to conference foe Delaware. The College (5-9-1, 2-3-1 CAA) had plenty of offensive chances, including five shots and two corner kicks, but failed to produce any goals. Delaware’s (10-4-0, 3-1-0) tight defensive line forced the Tribe to commit offside infractions five times, including one call that wiped away a goal in the 82nd minute.

9. Londoner embraces the College

As a result of these experiences, Williamsburg was as much of a culture shock to me as Kathmandu or Ouagadougou.

10. Yak attacks

The best advice for posting on Yik Yak is not complicated: Don’t be stupid.