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Sara K. Eskridge

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Glenn Close ’74, D.A. ’89 tells Her Story
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Wilford Kale ’66 likes to say that he came to William & Mary at age 18 and never left. This spring, he published his fifth book on the university, “From Student to Warrior: A Military History of the College of William and Mary.”
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Although the 12th Annual W&M Global Film Festival was a showcase for the best of the film world, for 90 minutes on Feb. 2, the audience at the Kimball Theatre had television on the brain. Costume designer Kim Wilcox ’88, comedy writer Jill Twiss ’98, drama writer Chitra Sampath ’06, and network creative director Kristin Boos ’08 gathered for a discussion with Megan Gilbride ’00 about their varied roles in the television industry. The group offered laughs along with advice for the spellbound audience.
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In July 1978, Judge John Sirica, still infamous from his pivotal role in the Watergate case, ruled that it was unconstitutional for Congress to bar women from serving on U.S. Navy ships. That November, a handful of women made history when they became the first female crew members of a non-hospital naval vessel.
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Virginia Claudon Allen '40 reflects on her experience in World War II's "Forgotten Theatre."
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Phi Beta Kappa Memorial Hall Goes Dark
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Reflections on a William & Mary Dynasty
By Sara K. Eskridge
Photos courtesy of Charles Kimbrough Barlowe '83, P '16
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Wilford Taylor Jr. J.D. '78 Reflects on Life From the Bench
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On December 3, lunchtime in Sadler Center’s Center Court was no ordinary affair. Holding court at the steamy ramen counter was celebrity chef Katsuya Fukushima, who was featured on Anthony Bourdain’s “No Reservations” and “Iron Chef.”
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The Raymond A. Mason School of Business makes a big leap in the rankings
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W&M’s Head Women’s Soccer Coach Reflects on Coming Full Circle
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In Philadelphia’s Strawberry Mansion neighborhood, heroes don’t wear capes. They wear boxing gloves. In his first outing, film producer Bradford Downs ’13, along with director Timothy Blackwood has created “The Conqueror,” a short film centered on Jerome Conquest, a Philadelphia maintenance worker and professional boxer struggling to make a better life for his family in one of the roughest neighborhoods in America.