James Blair Hallway

W. Taylor Reveley III

From the Brafferton
I have been keenly aware of the debt I owe those who came before me, particularly those who shaped William & Mary’s early success and those in more recent times who laid the foundation to restore the university’s preeminence.
From the Brafferton
How best to communicate William & Mary’s breadth and depth was important to Jefferson and his peers in the late 1700s, however, and it is even more important in today’s world.
Another Great Year at the Alma Mater of the Nation
By W. Taylor Reveley III
, President of the College of William & Mary
From the Brafferton
Like the mature Monroe, William & Mary seeks to enable students to see complex, often divisive, issues from many perspectives and to work toward practical, unifying solutions in the public interest.