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William & Mary celebrated our 2022 graduates during Commencement Weekend, May 19-22
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Lawrence B. Pulley ’74, longtime dean of William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business and academic and administrative leader at William & Mary for more than three decades, has announced his plans to retire on June 30, 2022
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As William & Mary prepares for the May 9 groundbreaking and celebration of the reimagined home for W&M Athletics, the Gordiniers hope their generosity will help inspire others to give back in support of the new Complex.
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More than 9,550 students, alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends collectively gave over $3.8 million to more than 730 areas across the university during William & Mary's ninth annual day of giving.
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As William & Mary's All In campaign marks its one-year anniversary, new gifts totaling $1.1 million to the W&M Athletics Complex mark an important step forward in reaching the $55-million fundraising goal.
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New names in honor of trailblazing alumni now grace three campus buildings
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The W&M community reunited on campus for Homecoming & Reunion Weekend 2021
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Transformational expansion at the Muscarelle Museum of Art
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As part of the $55-million All In campaign for W&M Athletics, the university announced plans for a complete revitalization of the outdoor tennis facility.
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Through W&M's Asian Centennial, students are discovering how the university's history intertwines with their own stories
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Expansion will add 53,000 square feet to the Sadler Center for student life
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Colonial Williamsburg joins William & Mary to research, relocate and interpret 18th-century Bray School for enslaved and free Black children
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Classes and activities of all kinds have moved outside to allow for social distancing, to reduce the risk of transmission and to take advantage of good weather and fresh air.
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William & Mary students persevere through a challenging fall semester and make unexpected discoveries
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Memorial will honor those held in slavery by William & Mary
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In September, William & Mary’s Board of Visitors adopted a set of principles and imperatives for the naming and renaming of structures and spaces on campus.
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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.
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William & Mary Athletics Boldly Pursuing Excellence
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Private support is making unpaid internships possible for W&M students
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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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The Alumni House brings people together for special occasions
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Serving those who serve
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Major gifts provide a world-class experience at the Muscarelle.
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The McLeod Tyler Wellness Center is making a profound impact on students.
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Mary-Cooke Branch Munford Plaza
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Michael Halleran will leave his position as provost on July 1.
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This past Tuesday, William & Mary hosted its sixth annual global celebration of giving back and paying it forward, and it featured a campus carnival for students and faculty and events for alumni around the world. Mixed among the fun was the spirit of generosity that makes this W&M tradition so special. One Tribe One Day, after all, isn’t just about the carnival; it’s about the connections, which bring together the Tribe community for the common goal of giving back.
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In the fall of 1918, 24 women were admitted as undergraduate students at William & Mary. During the 2018-19 school year, we are celebrating the accomplishments of more than 55,000 alumnae, students, faculty and staff who have followed in their footsteps. In the coming months we will be featuring vignettes from our fall 2018 cover story on the 100 years of coeducation at William & Mary. This is the second in that series.
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“This building … is named in honor of one of the truly great alumnae of our college,” said Professor Caroline Sinclair. “One whose intelligence, energy, character and professional skill set an example for all who will enter these halls with purpose.” Sinclair was speaking in late 1963 at the opening of Adair Hall, William & Mary’s new women’s gymnasium.
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On December 3, lunchtime in Sadler Center’s Center Court was no ordinary affair. Holding court at the steamy ramen counter was celebrity chef Katsuya Fukushima, who was featured on Anthony Bourdain’s “No Reservations” and “Iron Chef.”
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Three miles away from campus, the remnants of Dillard Complex lay empty, absent of new residents and in need of a landscaping job. What once resided within those walls? Most know the complex as home to Hughes Hall and Munford Hall, William & Mary dorms which housed students from 1965 to 2006. In the past, however, their halls were filled with the nurses and doctors of Eastern State Hospital, the first public mental hospital in the country.
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A dedication ceremony took place late August for the new McLeod Tyler Wellness Center.
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Phi Beta Kappa Memorial Hall Goes Dark
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Last spring ground was broken on two very important projects at William & Mary: the Alumni House expansion and the Reveley Garden.
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Since last year’s announcement of the Shenkman Jewish Center, members of the William & Mary community have been waiting with eager anticipation for the project to begin. They need not wait any longer — on Wednesday, a large group gathered together to break ground on the more than 3,000 square foot center, which is slated to open in fall 2018.
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William & Mary students and faculty show how they are committed to working as a team to make the campus both healthy and safe amid the pandemic.
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Our 2021-22 Year-in-Review video captures what has become William & Mary's new normal: adaptation that sustains what we value most. As this year's COLL 150 tagline put it: "William & Mary, unprecedented – as usual."
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The Shenkman Jewish Center opened in November 2018 and has become a home for the Jewish community at William & Mary.
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The McLeod Tyler Wellness Center opened in August 2018 and is dedicated to supporting our flourishing student body. One year later, the McLeod Tyler Wellness Center continues to positively impact the lives of students across campus.
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