Vol. 86Spring 2021No. 3

Cover Story
W&M alumni are breaking news from the Wren Building to the White House and beyond
Feature
Mohamed Noor ’92 brings the science to science fiction as a consultant for “Star Trek: Discovery”
Feature
Tiffany Bryant ’07 makes performing arts accessible
By & Large
As the weather warms, students flock to outdoor activities on campus and in Williamsburg to connect with each other while keeping to our community’s Healthy Together Commitment
Alumni Focus
When I began my term as president of the Alumni Association in July 2019, I couldn’t have imagined the changes the next two years would bring, even as our mission to deepen connections with each other and William & Mary remained the same
From the Brafferton
William & Mary became change ready in this year of necessity
By Katherine A. Rowe
William & Mary President
By & Large
Expansion will add 53,000 square feet to the Sadler Center for student life
By & Large
Chang family continues the legacy of Ming Chang ’55
By & Large
The Asian Centennial at William & Mary
By & Large
In January, Eldridge announced a collaboration with The Boehly Center for Excellence in Finance on a series of courses for students of the School of Business
Pay It Forward
W&M launches $55M campaign for athletics
By & Large
In March, William & Mary opened its Esports Training and Research Center (ETARC)
By & Large
Colonial Williamsburg joins William & Mary to research, relocate and interpret 18th-century Bray School for enslaved and free Black children
By & Large
Virtual format creates new opportunities for Women's Stock Pitch & Leadership Summit participants
By & Large
W&M’s Washington Center is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year with a series of events that highlight the Center’s impact and bring together alumni, students, faculty and the community
By & Large
Outstanding faculty and athletics staff members receive honors
By & Large
A summary of the February 4, 2021, meeting of the W&M Alumni Association Board of Directors
By & Large
The first 100 days of a presidential administration are often seen as an indicator of a new president’s performance. But is this measure still relevant?
Tribe
Students enjoy a socially distanced picnic outside the newly expanded Alumni House.
Tribe
As an entertainment writer, Cord Jefferson ’04 draws on history, current events and lived experiences
Tribe
Billy Coleburn ’90 balances roles as an elected official and newspaper editor
Tribe
Valerie Foradas and Michael Halleran join the W&M alumni family
Tribe
As students, Jonathan Leahy ’00 and Michael Fitzpatrick ’00 created museum-quality art out of pizza boxes
Tribe
Lauren Edwards ’08 leverages social media to help athletes build their brand
Tribe
Updates from W&M Alumni Association Identity Networks
Tribe
Honoring regional alumni networks
Tribe
Alumni Journeys offers trips to select destinations
Class Notes
Updates from your fellow alumni
In Memoriam
Remembering alumni, faculty, staff and friends