Vol. 83Fall 2017No. 1

Alumni Focus
The William & Mary Alumni Association is committed to providing best-in-class alumni engagement programs and services benefiting all members of the Tribe. During the spring and summer, there have been many extraordinary opportunities for our alumni to connect with alma mater and each other.
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.
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Commemorating 50 years of African-Americans in Residence
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Image is everything. Just ask these alumni.
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Every year, the W&M Alumni Association honors a select group of outstanding young faculty members who represent William & Mary at its very best.
William & Mary lights up the Big Apple
By Ashley K. Speed • Photos Josh Power
W&M is No. 1 in alumni giving among nationally ranked public universities
By Jennifer Page Wall
The Alumni House will be expanded and renovated
By Jennifer Page Wall
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Muscarelle Museum of Art chief curator identifies C?zanne painting
Honoring engaged, accomplished alumni
By Claire De Lisle
Coach of the Year Tyler Thomson leads Tribe Women's Tennis toward excellence
By Ben Kennedy '05
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A new slate of officers for the WMAA Board of Directors
Honoring engaged, accomplished alumni
By Alumni Association Staff
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Co-Producer Caitlin Clements '11 Wins Tony Award
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Samantha K. Huge brings a winning mindset to W&M
By Ashley K. Speed
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Six friends join the William & Mary family as honorary alumni
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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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A Q&A with the regional alumni engagement team
By Alumni Association Staff
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The results are in
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Breaking Ground
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A recently announced grant from the U.S. Department of Defense will fund a Troops to Teachers program in the W&M School of Education that trains veterans and soon-to-be veterans to become K-12 educators.
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Wake of the Flood