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1. New students march through Wren to open semester

Each academic year, the College of William and Mary’s Convocation marks the start of fall classes and new students’ journey. This year, students heard from entrepreneur Nicco Mele ’99, College President Taylor Reveley and Class of 2017 President Emily Thomas

2. College mourns internationally recognized English professor Paula Blank

Internationally recognized English professor Paula Blank died Sunday, August 21 at her home in Williamsburg. Blank had been working at the College of William and Mary since the early 1990s. Her death was confirmed by Provost Michael Halleran Monday morning in an email sent to students. No cause was reported.

3. Freshman Startup Guide

Where to Eat Navigating all of the different dining options at the College of William & Mary isn’t always easy. The same dining hall doesn’t always hit the spot every single day, so make sure to tailor your dining experience

4. Hidden Gems on Campus

Here at the College of William and Mary, the natural splendor of the campus is immediately apparent to all who visit. Some of the finest spots to frequent, however, are known only to the  students who attend the College. From

5. Governor McAuliffe appoints five College alumni to Board of Visitors

Over the summer, the contracts of five members of the Board of Visitors ended and Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe appointed five College of William and Mary alumni to the Board. The new appointees are Warren Buck M.S. ’70, Ph.D. ’76,

6. Billion-dollar campaign surpasses fiscal year goal

Almost a year since the public launch of its latest fundraising campaign, the College of William and Mary has raised $143.1 million dollars in a single year and increased alumni participation rates to an unprecedented 28.7 percent. The billion-dollar For

7. Convocation speaker returns to give back

Before students walk through the Sir Christopher Wren Building Wednesday, Aug. 24, they will hear a speech from Nicco Mele ’99, a consultant for Fortune 1000 companies.

8. College to phase out activity-based kinesiology classes

Following an almost 20 year-long evolution in the College of William and Mary’s kinesiology and health sciences department, the program will stop offering activities classes after the spring of 2018. These classes are part of the Activity Program, which was

9. Former College President Thomas Graves dies at 91

Former College of William and Mary President Thomas A. Graves Jr. died Friday, June 17 in Williamsburg, Va. He was 91 at the time of his death. Graves served as the College’s 23rd president from 1971 to 1985. His presidency

10. The tough questions tackled by the Mock Trial team

Instead of hiring a babysitter, Hayden Duran left her daughter at a friend’s house for the day while she was at work.  The fact that there were no parents present did not worry Hayden… that is, until she got a