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1. Is It Safe?

Protests in Kasserine, some degenerating into violence. A government-imposed curfew from midnight to 5 am. A massive gun attack on a resort beach in 2014. “Is it safe?”, they all wonder, silently asking why I couldn’t have chosen a normal

2. The Intricacies of British Academics

After a month of William and Mary friends, American food and trips to Washington, D.C., I have finally returned to the University of St. Andrews for my second semester abroad. This semester promises to be a good one: I’m past

3. Going Green and Gold: An Introduction

Predictions from Surging Seas for Hampton Court area suggest that with unchecked pollution, sea level rise could lead to a 20 percent annual risk of flooding above four feet by 2030, less than 15 years from now. Furthermore, the 2014

4. What’s In A House?

It’s the inevitable question – one that every Harry Potter fan has pondered. It’s how we label our dominant personality traits, make guesses about our friends, and sometimes even pick our favorite characters in the series. I’m talking, of course,

5. It’s Time to Redefine Sex

My early twenties is supposed to be a primetime for relationships and love, right? Not for me: I rarely date, and have never had a long-term partner because no one has impressed me enough to break my exhaustive cycle of

6. Burnham blends music and comedy at Charter Day performance

To call Bo Burnham’s comedic style “experimental” would be an understatement. Even amongst his contemporaries, Burnham is unique in his mixture of musical numbers and (often juvenile) humor, with a little bit of social commentary thrown in for good measure.

7. Men’s Basketball: Second-half surge overwhelms Northeastern on road

“We need to get the ball in Omar’s hands,” Shaver told Tribe Athletics. “He made really good decisions tonight.” The second half began the same way the first half ended, a wide open Northeastern three. The lead for the Huskies ballooned to 10, and the Tribe looked mentally out of the game. Riding a meager 5-5 record on the road, the Tribe looked to its senior players to make a difference in a key CAA match. Senior captain and forward Terry Tarpey sparked a big run with an impressive drive to the rim, switching hands in mid-air to finish with his left over a Northeastern player who had no choice but to foul. Tarpey completed the three point play and the Tribe had life again.

8. Student Assembly discusses voter registration, sustainability measures

Senators discussed the Registration Information Act and the Sustainability Resolution and heard updates on this week’s Road to Richmond event during Tuesday night’s Student Assembly senate meeting. Additionally, senators were informed that the Get out the Registration Act, a bill

9. BOV extends Reveley’s contract through 2018

On Friday, Feb. 5 the College of William and Mary’s Board of Visitors approved a resolution to extend President Taylor Reveley’s contract through June 2018. The Board reached this decision through a unanimous vote. Rector Todd A. Stottlemyer announced this news through an email sent to the College community on Friday afternoon.

10. Learning from Zika

Last week, Vice President of Student Affairs Ginger Ambler sent out an email warning students that Zika, a mosquito-borne virus associated with birth defects, has hit campus. Insect-borne illnesses are becoming more and more common in a changing climate in