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1. Women’s Basketball: Tribe improves to 2-0 after home opener

Coming off a 12-point victory in the season-opener against Howard, William and Mary returned home for its home-opener against Fairfield. The Tribe (2-0) was looking to pick up its first victory at home after going 11-5 at Kaplan Arena last

2. Is it Soup, or is it Cereal?

Recently, a question entered my life that has caused me to look at the world differently. It may seem minor, yet once I actually allowed myself to interpret the question and think about it, I realized just how complicated some

3. The adventure ends: A farewell to the College’s beloved kinesiology activities courses

Kinesiology lecturer Kim Whitley finished his first outdoor hike in Merchants Square at the age of 14, tired, hot and covered in mosquito bites. Disenchanted with the outdoors, he returned home uninspired by what nature had to offer. Almost 50

4. Comedy at the College

This past Saturday, the College of William and Mary hosted its fourth annual Virginia College Comedy Invitational. The event, sponsored by AMP, is always a great opportunity for the College’s various comedy groups, as well as others from different universities,

5. Behind the Back Door: exploring the ins and outs of anal sex

Alright everyone, say it with me. Are you ready? Here we go! Anal. Now that we’ve taken that first step, let’s discuss. Despite some deep-seated stigma that some people have for the idea, anal is becoming an increasingly popular bedroom

6. Our duty to care: Tackling law school’s mental health

On my first day in William and Mary law school, Dean Davison Douglas addressed the 238 members of my class. He impressed upon us that we were joining the legal profession that afternoon. Our careers will not start when we

7. How flaws in registration can determine more than classes

I look at the top right screen of my laptop, watching as the seconds pass on the clock. Placing one hand on the “Ctrl” and “V” keys and the other on the mousepad controlling the cursor hovering over the button

8. Short story author Kelly Link discusses magical realism, writing

Since 1991, the Patrick Hayes Writers Series has been bringing writers onto the College of William and Mary’s campus to read their work and speak with students about the path toward becoming a “real writer.” In the past, the series

9. Master Craftsmen Shop closes: After 35 years, Holly Shields decides to retire

Thursday, Nov. 2, after 35 years of business in the Williamsburg community, the Master Craftsmen Shop on North Boundary Street announced that it will be closing its doors. The shop, which sells bracelets to the College of William and Mary’s

10. Williamsburg outlets welcomes two stores: Candy, books join offerings of Williamsburg Premium Outlets

The Williamsburg Premium Outlets announced the opening of two storefronts last week in preparation for the upcoming holiday season. The Outlets, which are located in James City County alongside Richmond Road, welcomed See’s Candies and Book Warehouse as the newest