B.J. Minor ’13 talks about portraying a young Mike Tyson in the Hulu series "Mike," settling into life on the West Coast and discovering their own authenticity.
W&M hosted its second Women’s Weekend, Sept. 16-18, 2022
Self-proclaimed paleo fanatic Timshel Purdum ’93 inspires passion and curiosity as education director at the Science Museum of Virginia
Omar Kamara ’15 crafts a filmmaking career with stories of his West African family
Dr. Mike Fitch ’93 has a dual passion for barbershop singing and healing others
Each year, alumni are recognized for their exceptional service to the William & Mary Alumni Association (WMAA) and the university with the Douglas N. Morton ’62 Alumni and Young Alumni Service Awards
Through music, Thao B. Nguyen ’06 finds the freedom to be her true self
Wrenegade Series Celebrates William & Mary’s Musical Talent
Award-winning photojournalist Brendan Hoffman ’02 documents ordinary lives caught up in extraordinary circumstances
By Sara Piccini
Tiffany Bryant ’07 makes performing arts accessible
As students, Jonathan Leahy ’00 and Michael Fitzpatrick ’00 created museum-quality art out of pizza boxes
W&M gymnasts reach new heights in entertainment
By Sara Piccini
The Muscarelle Museum of Art is open for business ahead of renovation.
Major gifts provide a world-class experience at the Muscarelle.
Artist Willie Ann Wright '45 finds new interpretations through old methods.
Olivia Newton-John didn’t know it, but in the 1980s, her biggest fan was a third-grader living in the D.C. suburbs. Jen Chaney ’94 talks TV.
Story By Sara K. Eskridge
Whether you’re warm inside by a fire or taking a long ride on a ski lift, winter is the perfect season to curl up with a book. Have no fear; William & Mary alumni and faculty have readers of any age and interest covered with a bevy of new books.
What do you get when you combine the 1950s, space, musical theater and a comic book? You get Cornell Christianson’s ’74 newest off-Broadway musical, “It Came From Beyond.”
On March 8, Ice Dance International (IDI) will host the premiere gala screening of “The World of Ice Dance International” at the American-Scandinavian Foundation.
A popular hangout spot for William & Mary students, alumni, faculty and staff has been a prominent setting on the most recent season of a hit network television show.
Willie Anne Wright '45 recounts her discovery of pinhole photography and the influence it had on her success in the art world.