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Cyphers honor legacy of James Blair

In a ceremony at the Historic Jamestowne National Park on Jamestown Island at 3 PM on Monday, April 18th, a dozen members of the Cypher Society, a group comprised of former members of the College’s Board of Visitors, unveiled a new plaque honoring the tomb and the life of the …

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Holmes lectures on the religion behind JFK

In a lecture called “”Behind the Altars of Camelot: The Religion of John F. and Jacqueline Kennedy,” Mr. David Holmes revealed some very interesting details about the religious upbringing of the couple and how it affected their political life. Holmes shared anecdotes and key points from the Kennedy chapter in …

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Christensen discusses corporate culture of Disney, Pixar

On Wednesday, April 13th at 6 pm in Blow Memorial Hall, Jerome Christensen, a professor of English at the University of California, Irvine presented a lecture entitled “Toys United: The Supreme Court, Pixar, Disney, and the Conscience of a Corporation.’ The lecture was about the corporate culture of two of …

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TBA

Constant Reader, we have reached a critical point in our relationship. You may not have realized it, but you have your hands on not the ninth, but the tenth iteration of our weekly column. In honor of ourselves, we are going to discuss some of our favorite and least favorite things somewhat …

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Drinks with Watson: An idiot’s guide to plonck

Wine is intimidating. Unlike beer, the drink of the people (but not the People’s Revolution, that would be vodka), wine is surrounded by an army of designated ponces, fancy French words, hundred-dollar glasses, and shelves with what seem like millions of subtlely different bottles. Your not-yet-liver damaged correspondent has taken …

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A Clarification on Campus Building Projects

Last week The Informer ran an article entitled “Tucker, Andrews and Old Campus Improvements lack building committees,” based upon research from the College’s official website. After talking with vice president for administration Anna Martin, we discovered the article contained several errors in its final paragraph, which stated that “While building …

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Know Your Rights: Internet Privacy

Members of the Informer staff recently noticed that if a William and Mary student tries to register for a Youtube account using their @email.wm.edu email address, the school has the powers of the “administrator” for the account, meaning that they can monitor what videos are watched and even delete the …

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TBA

To Whom It May Concern (Constant Reader): We are writing to express our ardent interest in any and all employment opportunities available this summer. This talented, quasi-famous comedy duo has the drive, the perseverance, and the overwhelmingly good looks to function as your newest pair of employees. While Joel has …

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Drinks with Watson: A Beer for the End of the World

It is with great sadness that I reflect on my imminent graduation. Many other seniors will feel the same way. After four years at William and Mary, four years of (relative) freedom and even occasional achievement, it seems like graduation is the end of the world. Seniors face the worst …

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