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1. SA senators voted to sign AASI’s petition in last session of semester

During the final Student Assembly senate meeting of the 2016-2017 academic year, senators voted to sign a petition written by the Asian American Student Initiative and signed by approximately 50 student organizations at the College of William and Mary. This

2. Statement from IFC President Tommy Rubino ’19 regarding Pi Kappa Alpha party

On April 25, Interfraternity Council President Tommy Rubino ’19 made the following statement regarding allegations against an off-campus Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity event that were brought by the Asian American Student Initiative to the College of William and Mary’s administration

3. Party elicits response: Annual PIKA event prompts student reports

More than 10 years ago, members of the College of William and Mary’s Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity promised local reporters that they would rename their annual “Vietnam” party, after Vietnamese-American students raised concerns that the party was offensive. When the

4. Baseball: Tribe comes back against Richmond, falls to Maryland

Last week, the Tribe (19-20) had two mid-week games as the team looked to end a season-high six game losing streak that dates back to the home-series against Elon. Tuesday, the College hit the road to take on Richmond (13-22)

5. Brown, McKiernan reflect on year in office: As 2016-2017 year comes to a close, outgoing administration offers advice

Over the course of this year, outgoing Student Assembly President Eboni Brown ’17 and Vice President Hannah McKiernan ’17 have advocated for Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners, hosted speakers from End Rape on Campus, supported the allocation of SA funds for

6. Lecture explains Asian-American perspective, discusses white narrative

Friday, April 21 Africana studies and history professor Chinua Akimaro Thelwell gave a lecture entitled “Marginality by Design: An Asian-American Perspective.” He emphasized from the outset that he was not attempting to speak on behalf of all Asian-Americans: his presentation

7. Environmental protest fills Duke of Gloucester street: March focuses on EPA budget cuts

Saturday, April 22, student activists, College of William and Mary faculty and community members took to Duke of Gloucester Street to support science and to protest U.S. President Donald Trump’s cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency and threats to withdraw

8. CWA burdened with expenses from last year: Combined costs of new software, old bills drive CWA to raise prices

The Christopher Wren Association, a lifelong learning program affiliated with the College of William and Mary, recently increased their membership prices due to budget constraints. The CWA provides educational opportunities to members of the Williamsburg community through its Town and

9. Researchers propose solutions to higher education challenges April 21

The past 35 years have witnessed rising costs of higher education, dwindling public spending for universities and a widening wage gap. With this backdrop, researchers presented federal and state solutions to higher education challenges at the College of William and

10. Out of darkness walk aims to raise mental health awareness

A week before final exams begin, hundreds of students and faculty at the College of William and Mary gathered to support mental health awareness. Several student organizations collaborated to host the second annual Out of the Darkness Walk Saturday, April