James Blair Hallway

Ben Kennedy '05

A New Universe of Information Overload and Changing Disciplines is Coming - And William & Mary Has a Plan
April Fouls
The 40-year-old secret behind college basketball's Hershberger Award
The Pro Claimers
W&M and Starbucks Share a Cup With Veterans
A Place to Call Home
NASA Chief Scientist Ellen Stofan '83 searches the galaxy for life
Massive Innovation
By & Large
Moving into the next phase of W&M's Integrated Science Center
The Spirit of Innovation
By & Large
McGlothlin Leadership Forum returns to share wisdom
Top of the Field
From STEM to String Quartets with Jean Shuler '63
The Rule of Law
3L Kaylee Gum Goes to Iraq and Back
Free Speech Under Fire
Something in the American psyche revolted on Jan. 7 at the news that the French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo had been attacked by armed terrorists.
Deep Impact
Bart Shepherd '92 is saving the world's coral reefs by showing them off
The W&M MBA turns 50
By & Large
A half-century of principled achievement and business education
Open Doors
Teymour Ashkan ’14
Huge Named New Athletic Director
By & Large
On March 14, President Taylor Reveley announced the appointment of Samantha K. Huge as William & Mary’s new athletic director.
2015 Alumni Fellowship Award Recipients
Meet this year's recipients.
Profiles By Kelley Freund and Ben Kennedy '05
Moving the Needle
Olympia Ochoco Trumbower '08 Stays Connected to Campus - From the Great Northwest
Resistance (to Science) Is Futile
Mohamed Noor ’92 brings the science to science fiction as a consultant for “Star Trek: Discovery”
Repeated Annihilation
The craft behind the comedy of Patton Oswalt '91
An Ecosystem All Their Own
By & Large
The Institute for Integrative Conservation connects W&M with the world, and vice versa
Go Like You'll Stay Forever
The legacy of Coach Jimmye Laycock '70
On Point
James Comey '82, LL.D. '08 lights a fire for W&M students in D.C.
Brewed in Beijing
Alex Acker '00 and Jing-A Brewing ride the Chinese craft beer wave
Moving pictures
Cover Story
She’s a leader in a growing field within an influential company during a historic moment: data science is helping Netflix take off.
Story By Ben Kennedy '05