Tribe Puts on Balanced Spring Game with Paulus Sidelined

Decorated tailback Jonathan Grimes (’12) stayed out of the fray. Golden boy quarterback Michael Paulus (’12), still nursing a shoulder injury, didn’t even dress. The day’s weather forecast ranged from “threatening” to “apocalyptic.” Yet 1,000 fans showed up (half of last year’s number) for the annual Green and Gold game …

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Tribe Returns to Winning Ways, Clinches Series against VCU

William and Mary Tribe baseball was at home this weekend, hosting conference rival VCU in a critical three game series. After a series of tough losses at the hands of conference opponents, the Tribe finally managed to break through, winning on both Friday and Saturday and clinching their series against …

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Tribal Fever’s Summer Tribe Sports To-Do List

I know it is scary this time of year (especially for the seniors in the crowd) to look ahead to a time after the turmoil and stress of final exams, but before we know it, summer will be upon us. While we are off enjoying our summer adventures, Tribe sports …

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Schiff’s Cleopatra offers unique perspective

A few short weeks ago, Elizabeth Taylor, one of the greatest Hollywood icons, passed away. In honor of her memory, Cleopatra, her Oscar role, has been on virtually every basic cable channel. And I have watched it every single time. It actually inspired me to pick up the latest biography …

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Metropolis: A Vision of Today’s Future

On April 19, Metropolis, the famous 1927 silent film by Fritz Lang, was screened for The William & Mary Art House Film Club, and on Friday, Professor Charles W. Haxthausen of Williams College spoke on the film in his lecture “The Cathedral of Cinema: Fritz Lang’s Metropolis,” at the Muscarelle. …

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Writers-in-residence return to share fiction and poetry

Two former William and Mary Writers-in-Residence returned to campus Wednesday, April 20 to read both poetry and fiction for a small crowd in Blow 201. Rosalind Brackenbury is a British author who has also lived in Scotland and France. She taught at William and Mary in 2006. She selected a …

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Well Fed: Strawberry Fields Forever

Yet again, our lovely state has teased us with hints of spring. And as quickly as it arrived, it’s gone. We’re left with 90-degree weather and the prospect of a long, humid summer. Many of my friends lament this. I do not share their feelings. As a child of the …

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Homebrew Spotlight: Jon Houghton

The April 14th Homebrew set spotlighted a performer named Jon Houghton, a Junior French major and member of The Stairwells. After a few minutes of technical delays, Jon took the stage accompanied by Clayton Perry to begin with a few acoustic songs, written entirely by himself. Crowd favorites included “The …

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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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Financial Times ranks Mason School of Business 86th in the World

The Mason School of Business was ranked 86th among all business schools in the world by the Financial Times. The rankings are based on alumni career progression, diversity of faculty and students, and faculty research. Lawrence Pulley, Dean of Mason School of Business, expressed his satisfaction with the ranking, stating,   …

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