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1. For students protected under DACA, presidential transition stirs fears about returning next semester

With the presidential transition in full swing, one Obama-era immigration policy under threat has students at the College of William and Mary worrying about whether they will be able to return to campus next semester.

2. Lecture explores archaeology’s role in reclaiming and memorializing enslaved Americans

On Tuesday, Nov. 29, the Institute for Historical Biology hosted a symposium entitled “Archaeologies of Slavery and Memory in the Diaspora” in Commonwealth Auditorium. The departments of anthropology and Africana Studies co-hosted the event. The symposium discussed the archaeological discovery

3. Sen. E’Driana Berry ’17 resigns during last SA senate meeting of semester

During the last Student Assembly senate meeting of the semester, Sen. E’Driana Berry ’17 resigned from her position because she will be graduating following the end of fall exams. Jaqueline Amaya-Mendez ’17 was selected to fill her place for the

4. Government lecture focuses on intersection of gender, politics

Government professors at the College of William and Mary held an informal discussion on Monday, Nov. 28 about the intersection of gender and politics. This was the first talk in a series of events that will be held at the

5. Robbery on Richmond Road Dec. 4 leaves no one injured, suspect unidentified

A man wielding a knife robbed a Shell Station on the 1600 block of Richmond Road Dec. 4, according to a press release issued by the Williamsburg Police Department today.

6. Suspect identified in weekend sexual assault of student

The Williamsburg Police Department has identified a suspect in the Dec. 3 sexual assault of a College of William and Mary student, a press release issued by the department today said. James City County resident Jerome White was charged with

7. Fire department evacuates Marshall-Wythe School of Law after fire

The Marshall-Wythe School of Law was evacuated this morning after reports of a fire on the second floor. Members of the community were alerted to the fire just after 11 a.m. Wednesday. Williamsburg Fire Department Chief Pat Dent said the

8. Confusion Corner: Being thankful for the food, relaxation and your nosy relatives?

It’s been a tough couple of weeks leading up to Thanksgiving. On top of the pressing weight of exams, papers and quizzes on your shoulders that you need to somehow finish up before break, there’s also the impending doom of

9. Lecture focuses on historical roots of Standing Rock movement

English and American Studies professor Kara Thompson hosted a presentation about the Standing Rock protests Friday Nov. 18. Wilson Wewa, an enrolled member of the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon, spoke to students, faculty and community

10. Making a masterpiece: Christina Carroll ’05, J.D. ’10 turns time at College into career at the Muscarelle

Christina Carroll ’05, J.D.’10 had always planned on being a doctor. She entered the College of William and Mary as a freshman planning to pursue a pre-medicine track.