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1. From Buddhist temples to baseball diamonds: A Japanese beach adventure

Sure, it was cool to see the Sea of Japan, but really, the coast was just a lot of sand, some old Japanese fishermen and an overly-aggressive seagull.

2. Eccentricity: Our Love for Fried Green Tomatoes and Batty Relatives

I want to ask a fried green tomato, and several other Southern foods, one question: What circumstances brought you into this world?

3. Men’s Tennis: Head Coach Peter Daub’s Final Season

Daub’s departure draws attention to his remarkably successful career with the Tribe, and rightfully so as he becomes just the seventh coach to reach 300 wins in any sport with the College. Yet, after the surprise CAA tournament run as the No. 3 seed in the conference, the Tribe’s Cinderella-story bid ended with a one-and-done at the big dance that is the NCAA tournament on May 8 at Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center at Chapel Hill.

4. Alumni Focus: Marcus Thornton debuts with Celtics in Summer League action

Despite limited time on the court, Thornton ’15 did manage to reveal flashes of the talent and athleticism that defined his career as arguably the greatest player in Tribe basketball history. Though the William and Mary gold was absent from his uniform and No. 3 was replaced by No. 27, Thornton didn’t appear far-removed from his days of stellar performances with the Tribe.

5. Ambler notifies community of student death

Vice President for Student Affairs Ginger Ambler ’88 M.Ed. ’06 notified the College of William and Mary community of the death of Richard Alec Merski July 15. According to her campus-wide email, Merski died unexpectedly Friday, July 10.

6. Baseball: Mishaps of May

Although the Tribe’s 2015 regular season performance had been dismal in comparison to previous seasons (CAA Regular season Champions in 2014, NCAA regional qualifier in 2013), the playoff spot offered the College an opportunity for redemption, as well a legitimate chance considering the format. A single game determines which team advances, and with little firepower in the bullpen behind the resurgent Inghram, the Tribe was determined to come through in the clutch.

7. A night of grilling and ‘thrones’

Once rowing season ends, my teammates and I get together as much as possible to fight off withdrawals.

8. The fasting and the furious: Williamsburg drift

June 17 signaled the start of Ramadan, and with it the real hunger games began.

9. To eat on the fourth

The idea of a picnic has, to me, always resonated as an innately American concept.

10. Armed robbery reported at local credit union

According to a campus wide email sent out by College of William and Mary Police Chief Deborah Cheesebro, an armed robbery took place around 10:30 a.m. at Langley Federal Credit Union on Richmond Road, a few blocks away from the College’s campus.