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1. College ranks ninth on Daily Caller list of best colleges

The Daily Caller ranked the College of William and Mary ninth in its list of the 52 Best Colleges in America.

2. “That Guy” with President Taylor Reveley

3. Football: College announces $27 million Zable Stadium renovation

William and Mary made headlines on Tuesday morning, announcing plans for a $27 million dollar renovation of Walter J. Zable Stadium. The extensive improvements to the 79-year-old venue will commence early next year and will be completed before the 2016 football season.

4. Football: Cluley named starter for season opener

William and Mary made a critical roster determination Monday, announcing sophomore Steve Cluley will start at quarterback for the season opener at Virginia Tech Saturday.

5. Student dead in apparent suicide

Peter Godshall ’15 died of an apparent suicide Monday morning. In an email to the College of William and Mary community, Vice President for Student Affairs Ginger Ambler ’88 Ph.D. ’06 wrote that Godshall, 21, was found near the Crim Dell Bridge.

6. Men’s soccer: VCU tops College in preseason scrimmage, 3-1

Virginia Commonwealth topped William and Mary 3-1 in Friday night's scrimmage at Albert-Daly Field, officially kicking off both program's seasons.

7. In review: 2013-14, from Close to controversy

Each year, The Flat Hat covers a variety of events, trends and other happenings throughout campus, Williamsburg and the wider community. Below is a recap of the important events of last year — listed in no particular order — alongside ongoing stories and trends students will continue to see in the 2014-15 year.

8. Grant aids new core courses

Earlier this summer, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation awarded the College of William and Mary a $900,000 grant to help aid the College’s transition to a new core curriculum.

9. College welcomes Class of 2018

The College of William and Mary will welcome 1,521 new members to the Tribe for the 2014-15 school year.

10. Achieving balance: Reveley’s advice to freshmen

College of William and Mary President Taylor Reveley likens his introduction to college life to drinking water out of a fire hose.