Nitya Labh ’22 and Alton Coston ’23 have been awarded one of the world’s most prestigious graduate fellowships
Nine years ago, William & Mary's gymnastics team flew to Las Vegas to see a water-themed production called Le Rêve. The draw was Josh Fried '10, a program alum whose skills included acrobatics, aerial apparatuses and high dives. Neal Courter '17, a sophomore at the time, still remembers what he saw — and how it made him feel.
By Dave Johnson
Natalie Revers ’18 has been named Cherry Blossom Princess by the Society of Virginia and will represent the state during the National Conference of State Societies' Cherry Blossom Princess Program which takes place during Washington D.C.'s National Cherry Blossom Festival March 20 to April 14.