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Making A Splash
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On Feb. 19, W&M Women’s Swimming celebrated a significant victory — their first CAA Championship title since 2017 and their fourth overall
United Front
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Since Russia’s Feb. 24 invasion of Ukraine, casualties, destruction and displacement have continued to rise
W&M alumni adjusting to remote teaching in special education classes
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Zack Fetters ’16, M.A. Ed. ’18 and Josh Dulaney ’18, M.A. Ed. ’20, both graduates of the William & Mary School of Education and former linebackers on the Tribe’s football team, are adapting to new ways of teaching special education during the pandemic.
W&M Breaks Ground on Athletics Complex
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On May 9, William & Mary broke ground on the W&M Athletics Complex
Tribe Scribe: Deborah Fabian ’71 feels at home again at William & Mary
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Since transitioning from male to female in 2011, Deborah has found only comfort and acceptance by her community and alma mater.
Gold-Medal Leadership
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Kathy Carter ’91 is bringing the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games to Los Angeles
Strong W&M connections on the Bengals’ Super Bowl-bound coaching staff
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Mark Duffner '75 is a senior defensive assistant, Robert Livingston '10 is the secondary/safeties coach and Mike Potts '08 is the scouting director (college).
Semper Fi
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Former walk-on Tim Brady ’97 rises in the ranks of the U.S. Marine Corps
Addie Puskar ’22 overcame adversity to achieve
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Addie Puskar ’22, a graduate student and starting defender on the women’s soccer team at William & Mary, is a survivor
The Mann for the Job
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Brian Mann joins the Tribe as the new athletics director
TRIBE SCRIBE: W&M mourns the loss of ‘a wonderful and dear friend’
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Jim, who died Sunday at the age of 87, had a devotion to his alma mater that transcended athletics.
Top of Their Game
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Jill Ellis ’88, L.H.D. ’16, Sean McDermott ’98 receive Hall of Fame recognition
Center of It All
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Expansion will add 53,000 square feet to the Sadler Center for student life
W&M breaks ground on ‘magnificent centerpiece’
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William & Mary broke ground May 9 on an Athletics Complex designed to improve the student-athlete experience while enhancing the university as a whole.
Neal Courter ’17 is living his dream with Cirque du Soleil
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Nine years ago, William & Mary's gymnastics team flew to Las Vegas to see a water-themed production called Le Rêve. The draw was Josh Fried '10, a program alum whose skills included acrobatics, aerial apparatuses and high dives. Neal Courter '17, a sophomore at the time, still remembers what he saw — and how it made him feel.
A Path Forward
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William & Mary Athletics focuses on its future
A Season to Remember
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William & Mary Football’s record-breaking season concludes in NCAA quarterfinals