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1. Embracing Carnival and the lunar new year

My friends and I wanted to get into the spirit of it — a “do as the Romans do” mindset — so we each bought a pint and set off to find our seats.

2. A shortsighted solution

To simply call for a bias-reporting system without describing how it would operate is poor preparation for establishing an effective solution, especially given how the previous system was assailed by many as unconstitutional.

3. A world of film arrives in Williamsburg

The William and Mary 2015 Global Film Festival took place this past weekend in the Kimball Theatre from Feb. 19 to Feb. 22. This year’s festival was the College of William and Mary’s eighth. Each year, every film in the

4. Director Josh Fox discusses film “GasLand”

Director and Producer Josh Fox came to the College of William and Mary Feb. 25 to screen his Oscar-nominated film “Gasland,” a documentary about hydraulic fracturing, also known as fracking, which is the process of injecting liquid at high pressures

5. The Idea of Beauty: Leonardo da Vinci exhibit comes to the Muscarelle

“The most beautiful drawing in the world” is not a phrase used often by academics and historians, but Director and CEO of the Muscarelle Museum of Art Aaron De Groft and his colleagues are calling Leonardo da Vinci’s “Study for the Head of an Angel” just that.

6. Senate unanimously passes One Family Resolution

The College of William and Mary’s Student Assembly senate unanimously approved the One Family Resolution Feb. 24. This bill was formerly known as the One Tribe Resolution. The resolution addresses the College’s racial climate and mentions several means of improvement,

7. Men’s Basketball: Tribe trounces Towson

Senior guard Marcus Thornton stood at the foul line in Kaplan Arena with three seconds in the first half. The crowd of 3,200 fell silent as the shot went up, then exploded into cheers as the shot went in. The free throws moved Thornton to first place in all-time scoring, highlighting William and Mary’s 65-50 win over Towson Wednesday.

8. 19th annual Braithwaite Lecture features graphic novelists

Every year, the gender, sexuality and women’s studies department hosts a lecture in memory of Minnie Braithwaite, the first woman who attempted to attend classes at the College of William and Mary in 1896, 22 years before women were formally admitted in 1918.

9. Amnesty International and MESA team up for Education is Not a Crime campaign

Amnesty International and the Middle Eastern Student Association hosted a screening of the documentary “To Light a Candle” along with a question-and-answer session with experts in the field of Middle Eastern studies Feb. 24 at the Sadler Center.

10. Women’s Tennis: College dominates courts

The men and women split over the weekend.