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Tribe’s Skipper is CAA’s Top Player of the Week

After an outstanding weekend that saw her earn MVP honors at the Tribe Invitational, William and Mary sophomore Erin Skipper (Yorktown, Va.) was named the Volleyball Player of the Week…

New Year, New Job for W&M’s Ambler

As the first day of classes drew near, Ginger Ambler was gearing up to welcome William and Mary’s students back to campus much like she has every other August for…

Nick Orozco’s Game-Winner Gives Tribe Season-Opening Victory

Williamsburg – The William and Mary men’s soccer team pulled off a dramatic season-opening victory, downing UNC Greensboro, 2-1, in front of the fourth-largest crowd in Albert-Daly Field history on…

W&M Volleyball Downs Appalachian State, 3-1 to Win Tribe Invitational

Ginny Bray, Jill Nowadly Shine to Lead Tribe to Victory…

CW Announces Fall Garden Tours

Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Area garden volunteers will lead specialized tours to illustrate the beauty in the colonial gardens of the Historic Area. Several programs are scheduled and include:…

If You Buy Gas, You Should See This Movie

So says the promotional material for the documentary “GasHole,” playing at the Kimball Theatre from September 14th through the 19th.…

Summer Ends in Triangle with Tourism Slump

Lonely Mr. Jefferson writes and waits for tourists on DOG Streeet. Struggling out of the William and Mary Bookstore with an armful of shopping bags, Betsy Nugent is a marketing…

W&M to Test Emergency Siren Wed.

The College of William and Mary will test its emergency alert system Wed., Sept. 3. The drill, which will be conducted at 12:15 p.m., will include both a test of…

What’s Closed on Labor Day?

It’s Labor Day. What’s closed, what’s open and what’s been delayed a day or two? Find it here.…

Springsteen and WM Prof: Joined by John Henry

When Scott Nelson met Bruce Springsteen backstage at the Richmond Coliseum on Aug. 18, the conversation did not reflect that of a fan and a rock star. It was more…

W&M Students ‘Show’ Their Commitment

Katie Gehron leads a group moving insulation for installation. Photo courtesy of Stephen Salpukas. Clad in a white jumpsuit and goggles, Dave Johnson slid on a painter’s mask and prepared…

Medical Terminology – From Calvarium to Tarsals

When learning any new field, the first step is terminology and naming the “parts.”…