Vol. 79Spring 2014No. 3

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Q&A with Provost Michael R. Halleran
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To Chip Esten '87, Success is more than "Nashville"
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Tracing W&M's architectural history in the city of dreaming spires
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The 40-year-old secret behind college basketball's Hershberger Award
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William & Mary and the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, are partnering to explore a Massive Open Online Course
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W&M hosted the first Weingartner Digital Citizenship Forum at the Mason School of Business.
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On Feb. 8, the College celebrated its 321st birthday with the annual Charter Day ceremony.
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Learn more about W&M
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Stories from W&M
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W&M helps scholar-athletes find the right balance between sports and academics
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Not long after Will Smith ’14 visited campus as a prospective student, he knew he belonged.
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Willie Shaw '14 has his pick of music and baseball at W&M
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Camps for Summer 2014
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The 25th Lord Botetourt Auction raised $401,688, more than doubling its previous record.
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Updates from Tribe Athletics
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The Alumni Medallion is the highest and most prestigious award the William & Mary Alumni Association can bestow on a graduate of the College.
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The Board represents all alumni in its capacity of general and financial policymaking for the Alumni Association.
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For Matthew T. Lambert ’99 and Karen Silverberg Lambert ’98, William & Mary has always been about family.
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It began simply: Six professors, 100 students (more or less) and a college of “good arts and sciences” in Virginia.