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1. We need to talk about violence against black women

We tend to think black men are disproportionately affected by police brutality, but a large number of black women are victims as well.

2. Extraordinary Cupcakes owner reflects on the saddest day of her year

Today I pass by and see you celebrating, excited to embark on a new journey. Your car packed in preparation for your adventure. The bins in the parking lots overflow with discarded furniture and bikes like broken props from an old play.

3. A window into sustainable outreach opportunities

This experience has been exceptional in many ways. I’ve learned more than I ever thought possible about teaching about climate change... We must be aware of the dangers of climate change, but approach it as something to which we can adapt and mitigate through collective action.

4. The Virginia Institute of Marine Science: an opportunity to explore and engage in research

In my experience, I’ve found most William and Mary students either don’t know what the Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) is or think of it as a mystery institution somewhere off in the mist.

5. Senior Assistant Dean of Students arrested for alleged DWI

Senior Assistant Dean of Students Donna Haygood-Jackson Ed.D ’88 was arrested March 29 and charged with driving while intoxicated.

6. College IT Department discusses recent phishing attacks

The College of William and Mary’s Information Technology Department recently issued a warning to students, faculty and staff about a recent string of phishing attacks.

7. Students organize protests against police brutality

College of William and Mary students and Williamsburg community members participated in a march to “Shut Down Richmond Road” Monday, May 4 as a protest against policy brutality. The event was organized by Nadia Ross ’17 in light of the most recent death of a black civilian caused by police in Baltimore, Md.

8. Making Monroe: College emphasizes legacy of famous alumnus

First, there was a box — wooden, graffitied and located smack in front of St. George Tucker Hall.

9. How sound waves could save billions of dollars

Hello all. Welcome to the first edition to my new blog, Visible Results. Every two weeks, I’ll use visual media to illustrate research occurring on campus.

10. BOV Discusses Attendance at CAA Championships

The Board of Visitors Committee on Athletics discussed attendance at the College of William and Mary’s string of Colonial Athletic Association championships, the men’s swim team’s lack of athletic scholarships and the CAA basketball tournament in Baltimore at their meeting Thursday.