College Scholarship Search College Search Career Exploration College Admissions Articles Financial Aid and Student Loan Calculators Compare Student Loans
Username Password
Student LifeTuition/AidNewsHangouts
Search College of William and Mary's website

School News - Visit News Feed

1. Mary and the Williams’ sheer musicianship impresses

The light was fading on the dreary Williamsburg day as Mary and the Williams prepared to take the stage, but a buzz permeated the crowd.

2. Split degrees

The College should create an atmosphere of trust, both here and at St Andrews, for students to share their experiences, concerns and suggestions for improving the program.

3. During a time of war, we should focus on our troops, not the politics

Something happened after that honeymoon period. War became political and the troops a forgotten, dehumanized headline. Focus turned to Washington, D.C. and away from the Middle East. In that transition, the service members were forgotten.

4. Leaving the St Andrews Program

In my eagerness to dive deeply into a subject area, I was only going to be able to dip my feet into life here at the College. Staying active in groups that I joined this year would be a tenuous balancing act.

5. McAuliffe signs law removing Virginia college ‘free speech zones’

Until recently, some Virginia colleges had restricted student demonstrations to “free speech zones,” which limited the places where students can openly demonstrate on campus. Gov. Terry McAuliffe, D-VA, signed a law April 7 limiting the existence of free speech zones and enhancing free expression on Virginia’s public college campuses.

6. Into drug culture: The Flat Hat’s series investigates various aspects of illegal substance use on campus

Over the past year, the College of William and Mary and the surrounding Williamsburg area have not been without drug-related controversies. These incidents have raised questions about the prevalence of drugs on campus and how different people perceive them.

7. Law School to help veterans

The Marshall-Wythe School of Law’s Lewis B. Puller, Jr. Veterans Benefits Clinic hosted its National Conference on Law Clinics Serving Veterans Thursday, April 3 in Washington, D.C.

8. Swem study rooms are in high demand

According to Swem officials, the group study rooms were booked 21,274 times for a total of 42,226 hours last year.

9. Career Center speaker discusses connection between majors, jobs

Navigating the route from the college major to a profession can be tenuous, but according to Kate Brooks, Executive Director of Personal and Career Development at Wake Forest University, the process doesn’t have to be inflexible.

10. Dorm Mania project to encourage sustainability

While many students at the College of William and Mary see spring move-out as an occasion to purge their dorm rooms of all that has accumulated throughout the semester, Audrey Kriva ’17 sees an opportunity for a sustainability initiative.