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1. College appoints Deborah Cheesebro as first female campus police chief

The College of William and Mary named a new campus police chief, Deborah Cheesebro, earlier this month. Cheesebro is the first-ever female police chief at the College and will begin working Sept. 15.

2. Creating campus connections

Rarely happy on our own, we are inherently social beings. We are at our best when we are connecting. To break through your isolation, you have to connect.

3. Choosing classes wisely during the highs and lows of registration

Although it sounds like a great idea not to avoid Friday classes — who doesn’t love a three-day weekend — you could be running the risk of missing out on a class that you may have really enjoyed.

4. Vaughan ’76 estate donates to the College, Swem Library

The College of William and Mary received a $3 million donation from the estate of alumna Margaret Baxter Vaughan ’76. Of the donation, $500,000 will go toward the Earl Gregg Swem Library. The remaining two and a half million dollars have been donated to the College as unrestricted funds.

5. Sodexo brings changes to campus dining

When the College of William and Mary handed Sodexo a contract last year, questions came in faster than customers at made-to-order serving lines. Resident Dining Manager Jeff McClure provided answers, opening the doors for a media tour Aug. 19.

6. U.S. Supreme Court delays Virginia ruling to recognize same sex marriages

In the last month, just as the movement to legalize same-sex marriage in the state of Virginia recieved the all-clear, it was stopped abruptly in its tracks.

7. New students pass through Wren Building for Convocation Ceremony

The newest members of the Tribe were officially welcomed to the College of William and Mary during the annual Convocation ceremony held Wednesday in the Wren Yard.

8. Football: Tribe set to open season at Virginia Tech

William and Mary fans have gone home wondering what might have been if the College had clinched unlikely victories over Football Bowl Subdivision programs. A 7-6 loss to Maryland in 2012 and the more recent 24-17 loss at West Virginia […]

9. Archaeologists uncover structure next to Wren Building

Archaeologists with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation will be concluding their excavation of a brick structure located next to the Sir Christopher Wren Building, which first began in May.

10. Women’s Soccer: Tribe begins its season with split

Despite starting all 37 games and playing the most minutes of any William and Mary player over the past two years, junior defender Laci Irvin entered the 2014 season without a goal. The first game of her 2014 campaign struck […]