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1. Updated: Page claiming to represent white student union appears on Facebook

A page claiming to represent a white student union affiliated with the College of William and Mary appeared on Facebook Nov. 23.

2. College student launches LGBTIQ history project

The College of William and Mary is launching the Mattachine Project to research and archive the history of LBGTIQ people in Virginia. The College’s project will be working with the Mattachine Society of Washington whose goal is to archive LGBTIQ history.

3. Liberty’s Ice Pavilion opens in Colonial Williamsburg

Students hoping to slip and slide on the ice this winter have to look no further than Duke of Gloucester Street. Friday, Nov. 20 marked the official opening of the Liberty Ice Pavilion, the first real-ice rink constructed in Colonial Williamsburg. The rink was constructed in partnership with the Dominion Foundation.

4. Students discuss race, role of administration during undergraduate forum

The Task Force on Race and Race Relations held a second forum for undergraduate students Tuesday, Nov. 16. College President Taylor Reveley, Provost Michael Halleran and Task Force Chair and Chief Diversity Officer Chon Glover, M.Ed. ’99, Ed.D. ’06 were present during the forum.

5. Clarity in the Rain

It is healthy to examine and discuss and meditate on the good and bad in our little blue marble of a world.

6. College’s Visual Identity Guidelines impact student organizations

The College of William and Mary’s 2014 Visual Identity Guidelines have begun to impact student organizations. Organizations must change their logos to abide by the guidelines. The style guide was released on Nov. 19, 2014 to unify the College’s brand image and to streamline all official logos and images of the College.

7. Reminiscences on required Thanksgiving and Christmas flavors

“Dad,” I said, “we can’t have Christmas without a trip to the liquor store.”

8. Lambda Alliance holds candlelight vigil for transgender victims

As part of the nationally-recognized Transgender Day of Remembrance, the Lambda Alliance held a candlelight vigil on the Crim Dell Meadow Friday, Nov. 20, to remember all transgender people who have lost their lives to violence in the past few years in the United States.

9. Professor Terry Meyers discusses learning, lawsuits and being labeled the “porn prof”

From the evolution of the liberal arts education to free speech lawsuits, Chancellor professor of English Terry Meyers has seen it all in his 46 years at the College of William and Mary. “One of the greatest pleasures I’ve had

10. Students connect to professional authors through the Patrick Hayes Writer Series

Remember that time way back when, maybe even back to middle school, when reading was not a chore or something done exclusively for schoolwork, but something you did for fun? The creative writing program’s Patrick Hayes Writers Series offers a