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1. Government majors form committee in support of Portman

Politicians such as Hillary Clinton and Chris Christie are often mentioned in discussions about potential candidates in the 2016 presidential election. Thanks to the efforts of two seniors at the College of William and Mary, Ohio Senator Rob Portman may soon enter the conversation.

2. Law School’s Domestic Violence Clinic receives $250,000 grant

Often when people are getting out of a bad relationship or have been abused, there are also housing issues, job issues, [and] credit issues."

3. Women’s cross country: Stites All-American again, Tribe finishes 17th at NCAAs

Fresh off its first-ever National Collegiate Athletic Association Southeast Region title, No. 14 William and Mary finished 17th at the NCAA Championships, held in Terre Haute, Ind. Saturday. Junior Emily Stites paced the College, crossing in 20 minutes and 39

4. Men’s basketball: College withstands late rally, tops Rice

William and Mary earned a third consecutive win Saturday night, withstanding a late rally from host Rice to win 69-65. The now sits at 3-1.

5. Women’s basketball: Tribe falls despite four scoring in double figures

William and Mary lost in overtime, 87-80, against High Point Sunday. The loss drops the Tribe to a 2-2 record overall, and a 2-6 all-time series record against the Panthers (2-2).

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

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

7. 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.

8. 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.

9. 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.

10. 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.