Jeffrey Trammell (‘73) elected new Rector

On April 15, the Board of Visitors unanimously elected Jeffrey B. Trammell (‘73) the new Rector of the College. The Rector serves as the chair of the Board of Visitors. Trammell will succeed Henry “Hank” Wolf (‘64, J.D. ‘66), who served in the position for two years. Mr. Trammell has …

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Reveley Given Deadline, but not solution

Students and faculty at William & Mary have walked over and around the new “Reveley’s Deadline” graffiti displays on campus. But what is the deadline? It’s the newest maneuver of the Living Wage Coalition, a conglomerate of members from several student groups. The deadline is for President Reveley to craft …

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Free STI testing is vital for university health

The scariest part of living in a world where the risk of contracting a sexually transmitted infection grows ever higher is the potential for a silent infection to destroy a future. Numerous infections can go without symptoms for years. Without any impetus for testing, such as the expected drips and …

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Civil Debate more effective at change than screaming

The events of the past few weeks have certainly shown that William and Mary students can be extremely passionate about the issues that concern them the most. Unfortunately, these events have also shown that the passion certain students feel about such issues often eclipses the necessity for civil debate. One …

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Choosing the lesser of the two evils

Donald Trump is officially the most powerful man in America; he made me consider for two seconds the possibility of voting for Barack Obama.  As we all being playing the 2012 Republican Nomination parlor game, everyone with a vaguely palatable agenda comes crawling out of the woodwork to sell themselves …

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Action Without Purpose

Action is a part of being a student in college. Many students here are passionate advocates for whatever cause they believe in, whether it is student rights, helping the poor in foreign countries, engaging in community service, and yes, even supporting living wages. Personally, I am a cynic. I have …

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Tribe Trounces Hofstra with Hitting Prowess

William and Mary baseball hosted the Hofstra Pride this weekend at Plumeri Park. While the Pride was able to break the Tribe’s three game winning streak on Friday night, they had no such luck Saturday, as the Tribe soundly defeated Hofstra in a display of hitting and pitching dominance. Friday’s …

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