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1. Local residents report armed robbery, abduction near College bookstore

The suspect is still at large.

2. Fighting unpaid labor one article at a time

In addition to my summer internship at New York Public Radio, I have not one, not two, but three freelance writing gigs.

3. The Charleston massacre and the pervasive nature of white supremacy

Like many black folks, I’m still reeling from the recent massacre at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina.

4. Venturing beyond the college

As a student on campus it is easy to forget that there is more to Williamsburg and James City County than the College and Colonial Williamsburg.

5. The slow rhythms of a Williamsburg summer

Here’s to a summer that marks the beginning of my journey to becoming an ‘adult.’ Is it exciting? I guess. Is it scary? Undoubtedly so.

6. Sunny with a Chance of Dinosaurs

This week I continued my research in Parkinson's disease.

7. Expelled W&M student to serve no jail time for 2014 narcotics sale which led to overdose of soccer player, court rules

The court ruled that Marshall would receive a $575 fine and a six-month suspension of his driver’s license.

8. “Disturbing” drawing outside WMSURE space raises concern

Housekeeping staff discovered a pencil drawing of a non-descript human figure hanging from a tree on the second floor of Blow Memorial Hall on the morning of June 15.

9. Confronting Jefferson in the Library of Congress

The scene is an Enlightenment paradise. You may be in a library, but you’re really in a church — the object of worship not God, but man and his near-infinite ability to think and create.

10. The Character of a Fried Oreo

My thoughts drift to fried Oreos sputtering and floating in a greasy deep fryer behind the narrow counter of a lopsided-frame convenience store somewhere in the Shenandoah Valley.