Vol. 85Winter 2020No. 2

Feature
Tackling the nation's opioid epidemic
Story By Bara Vaida
Feature
W&M gymnasts reach new heights in entertainment
Feature
The Alumni Medallion is the highest and most prestigious award given by the Alumni Association.
Alumni Focus
This past fall, as I celebrated my 55th reunion, I took time to reflect on how my relationship with W&M has transformed and strengthened over the years.
By Carol E. Evans ’64
Chair, Olde Guarde Council
From the Brafferton
I begin this column with a reflection on writing. At William & Mary, words matter as a medium for shared understanding. We earn that understanding via conversation, deliberation and revision.
By Katherine A. Rowe
William & Mary President
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William & Mary Athletics Boldly Pursuing Excellence
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William & Mary is home to a unique undergraduate research program: the Geospatial Evaluation and Observation Lab, or geoLab.
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Private support is making unpaid internships possible for W&M students
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William & Mary has published the first book devoted to the history and contributions of African Americans at the university.
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Basketball standout Nathan Knight ’20 plays his final W&M season
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A. Marshall Acuff Jr. ’62, L.H.D. ’07 was this year’s Homecoming parade grand marshal
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Serving those who serve
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Report from the fall meeting of the WMAA Board of Directors
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Meet your WMAA Board of Directors nominees
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Jill Ellis ’88, L.H.D. ’16 shares lessons from victory
Tribe
Rhian Horgan ’99 and Kindur are changing the way we retire
By Claire De Lisle
with reporting by Devon Bortz '20
Tribe
Douglas N. Morton ’62 Alumni Service Awards
Tribe
gayle yamada ’76: A Storyteller’s Tale
Tribe
The Alumni House brings people together for special occasions
Tribe
Homecoming & Reunion Weekend 2019 brought the W&M community together
Tribe
This awards and review process is a way to recognize regional alumni chapter/affinity group boards that have demonstrated exemplary programming and a commitment to engaging fellow alumni with alma mater.
Tribe
Students walk from Tucker Hall to the Sunken Garden on a snowy day in Williamsburg. The statue of President James Monroe in front of Tucker Hall was dedicated in 2015 and is a gift from Patty Bayliss Owens ’62, P ’20 and the late Carroll W. Owens Jr. ’62, P ’90.
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To inspire and train the next generation of innovative leaders, the university recently expanded its capacity to promote entrepreneurial programming in a new, highly visible 7,000-square-foot Entrepreneurship Hub located in Tribe Square on Richmond Road.
Class Notes
Updates from your fellow alumni
In Memoriam
Remembering alumni, faculty, staff and friends