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1. College unveils construction Master Plan, Morton, Millington slated for destruction

Martin referred to the plan as a “road map for the next 20 years.”

2. Committee on Student Affairs discusses updates on Task Force on Preventing Sexual Assault and Harassment

The Board of Visitor’s Committee on Student Affairs met Thursday afternoon. Vice President for Student Affairs Ginger Ambler shared an update on the College’s Task Force on Preventing Sexual Assault and Harassment.

3. Women’s basketball: Comeback falls short in Norfolk

After winning its first game against Loyola by a single point in its home opener, the Tribe lost to Old Dominion University, 65-58, Monday night in its first away game of the season. The loss drops the College to 1-1 on the season. Old Dominion began the game with a run, holding the lead until the Tribe’s sophomore guard Marlena Tremba’s two three-pointers gave the Tribe a short-lived one point lead six minutes into the game.

4. Men’s basketball: College scores 100 in win over NAIA Bluefield

Set amongst the rolling hills of beautiful Tazewell County, Va., Bluefield College has an enrollment of 798 students, offers 22 majors, and competes in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. That’s for context. Thursday night, the Rams came to Williamsburg and lost 100-57. It was an unusual sight.

5. Committee on Strategic Initiatives discusses visual identity of the College

The Board of Visitors’ Committee on Strategic Initiatives and New Ventures met to discuss the visual identity of the College of William and Mary and the steps the College has taken to unify the school’s branding.

6. College introduces style guide for use of logos and graphics

For the first time in the College of William and Mary’s history, members of the community will now have explicit guidelines for using the College’s logos and graphics.

7. Are “weed out” STEM classes real?

According to an email sent by a professor to students last December, 40 percent of students in one introductory biology class last fall received grades of “C” or below. Some students blame cite these “weed-out” classes — classes that are supposedly designed to winnow the number of majors in a given field — as a reason for changing majors.

8. Committee on Academic Affairs discusses instructional faculty, increased diversity

The Board of Visitors’ Committee on Academic Affairs discussed the College of William and Mary’s instructional faculty, an upcoming visit from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and other developments from the semester thus far.

9. SA brings absent senators to floor, reports STI test figures

Nov. 18, the College of William and Mary’s Student Assembly senate heard the case of one senator who has surpassed three absences this semester.

10. Football: McBride accepts invitation to East-West Shrine Game

Regardless of whether William and Mary wins or loses against Richmond this weekend, senior receiver Tre McBride’s football’s career will extend at least one more game.