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1. By the numbers: the Scottish referendum

This week, in a nod to my physics major and FiveThirtyEight, it occurred to me that taking a look at where I live by the numbers could prove a useful insight. As I remarked this past week to a friend back home, my stories come from big events but it’s the small things that truly make St Andrews University home.

2. Turning over a new Leafe: Local establishment embraces change

The Green Leafe Café has served the College of William and Mary community since 1974.

3. Pentagon M16s in Williamsburg

With national media attention focused on police militarization in the wake of the shooting of an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Mo., special scrutiny has been leveled at the Pentagon Excess Property Program, otherwise known as the “1033 Program.” Both the Williamsburg Police Department and the William and Mary Police Department have received M16 rifles through this program.

4. The Chancellor’s Bistro without ambience

The Chancellor’s Bistro is a testament to all the problems with the College of William and Mary’s dining scene. The location is inconvenient because it is positioned in the middle of the Commons Dining Hall lap. The section dividers do not accomplish their goal of distinguishing the restaurant from the rest of the Commons. The ambience was missing. The area around the Bistro was noisy and distracting. While the location was problematic, the decorations of the Bistro were classy and comfortable. The tables were laid with elegant tableware and bold cloth napkins. The seating was spread out and comfortable. And the service was a breath of fresh air. The chefs explained the origin of the food and the waiters were attentive as they filled our drinks. The location of the Bistro took away from the pleasantness of the Bistro’s interior design and the fantastic service.

5. Commentary: Tre McBride returns, sparks Tribe win

Senior receiver Tre McBride returned Saturday, and everything else just fell into place for William and Mary. Fans can focus on some negatives of the College’s 29-14 win over Norfolk State. The offense managed just 234 yards, with only 37 […]

6. Men’s Soccer: Tribe held scoreless against St. Francis

In Thursday’s 1-0 loss at St Francis of Pennsylvania, the number one stood out for William and Mary. That was the number of shots on goal for the College (2-3), in essence the number of times St. Francis’ (3-2) goalie […]

7. CNN’s Paul Begala discusses politics, social media

CNN pundit and political consultant Paul Begala spoke to students Sept. 15 at the College of William and Mary.

8. Visiting video journalist Steve Sapienza talks multimedia

Award-winning video journalist Steve Sapienza gave a presentation on multimedia journalism to students in Blow 201 Sept. 14.

9. Women’s Soccer: College rolls past Penn, 3-0

William and Mary scored a rousing 3-0 win over Pennsylvania Sunday afternoon in Philadelphia, the team’s third straight win over the last seven days. The victory comes on the heels of a 2-1 decision over North Carolina State and a […]

10. Solving the student debt crisis

Sure, we’d all have to choose our majors earlier. But is that really too high a price to pay?