Vol. 85Fall 2019No. 1

Feature
It's no surprise to find W&M graduates among the growing tribe of brewers, homebrewers, beer distributors, bar owners and other industry professionals.
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Meet this year's faculty fellowship awardees.
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Artist Willie Ann Wright '45 finds new interpretations through old methods.
Tribe
Evin Dogu '02 creates community through bread.
By & Large
The Muscarelle Museum of Art is open for business ahead of renovation.
Online Feature
92 Years of Homecoming
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A student enjoys being out on Crim Dell on a perfect fall day.
Alumni Focus
Alongside President Rowe's launch of university-wide strategic planning, the William & Mary Alumni Association (WMAA) has also begun its strategic planning process.
From the Brafferton
From the Brafferton
By Katherine A. Rowe
William & Mary President
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Major gifts provide a world-class experience at the Muscarelle.
Pay It Forward
The McLeod Tyler Wellness Center is making a profound impact on students.
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William & Mary welcomes new provost
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For the Bold nears $900 million
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New football coach turns passion into practice
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$1 million Mellon grant will also support community engagement at W&M and Highland
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Mary-Cooke Branch Munford Plaza
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Alumni Association News
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Submit your nominations for the 2020 Alumni Medallion, Honorary Alumni and Alumni Service Awards.
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William & Mary will host the 10th Biennial Conference of the Association for the Study of the Worldwide African Diaspora (ASWAD) Nov. 5-9, 2019.
Tribe
R. Alexander Kurland P '05 inducted during Commencement Weekend
Tribe
Julia Martin '09 witnesses history in her journey through France.
Tribe
Support for William & Mary is timeless and ageless.
Online Feature
Field Hockey Coach Tess Ellis is the W&M Alumni Association’s 2019 Coach of the Year.
Online Feature
Former Major Leaguer Chris Ray’s ’03 New Craft
Class Notes
Updates from your fellow alumni
In Memoriam
Remembering alumni, faculty, staff and friends