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1. Statement from the Editor-in-Chief

Dear readers, Every day, The Flat Hat strives to publish truthful stories as quickly as we can. When we fall short of either of those goals, we believe our readers deserve to know why. Last night, The Haven released a

2. SA senate passes bills to improve campus physically, emotionally

During Tuesday night’s Student Assembly meeting, senators introduced and voted on two bills that aim to make the College of William and Mary a better place. Summing up the night was Chairman of the Senate Danny O’Dea ’18, who asked

3. A lesson from Fall Break: Appreciate what we have

Around campus in the days leading up to fall break, the consensus seemed to be that everyone could not wait to get away. Some went home and others stayed in their dorms, but generally, students were excited to take a

4. The case for GGV as the best freshman dorm

They’re fondly (or sometimes rather not fondly) known as the Units, and they are filled with bugs, cockroaches and ants. Sometimes they are even called a “hellhole”. But it’s still home, my home. It is the Green and Gold Village,

5. Don’t suppress campus speech

Seeing a recent series of pieces on the censure of conservatives on campus, I just wanted to write to set some things straight, because it seems like we forgot some things. Freedom of speech, as per Article 19 of the

6. Quran to add to Swem’s religious diversity

Swem Special Collections purchased a 19th century Quran manuscript Sept. 19, the only Quran manuscript owned by the College.

7. VSFS eInterns partner up on foreign service projects

Through a digital internship with the U.S. Department of State, Brooke Cox ’19 is learning to mobilize her community around the Syrian refugee crisis. The Virtual Student Foreign Service program, which allows students across the United States to get involved

8. Campaign to save birds takes flight at College

Window-related bird deaths plague campus each year, provoking student and faculty pushes for reform. Nick Newberry ’17 was a freshman living in the Green and Gold Village when he first saw a dead bird on the ground by Kaplan Hall.

9. College, once built by slaves, names building in their honor

In April 2016, the College of William and Mary’s Board of Visitors passed a resolution renaming Jamestown North and South Halls as Lemon and Hardy Halls, in memory of a former slave owned by the College in the 18th century

10. College weighs in on global political trend of illiberal democracies

The global rise of populism, nationalism and illiberal democracies is taking hold of the College of William and Mary — in the comfort of a lecture hall. A series of lectures called The Global Rise of Illiberal Democracies, co-sponsored by