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Blending Development Theory and Practice in Guatemala

By Meghan Haslam, Global Research Institute Early last summer, 16 William & Mary undergraduate students peered out of dust-coated bus windows as they drove

There’s Snow Place Like Home

We admit it! We love our snow days here at William & Mary. They don’t happen that often, but when they do: campus looks

Decisions, Decisions – Early Decision 2018 Edition

We Admit It! The day is finally here. After several weeks of reading applications and committee meetings here in Williamsburg, it is time to officially release

Decisions, Decisions – Spring Transfers 2018 Edition

We Admit It! The day is finally here. We know how patiently transfer applicants have been waiting for their admission decisions. As of today, we have

Unexpected Circumstances

We admit it! Sometimes things happen that are outside of our control. We get it. We have had our Wren Building gutted by fire

W&M Geology Celebrates 100 Years of Women

Homecoming 2018 has come and gone.  The Geology Department kicked off the weekend early with a celebration of its own – we invited our

Shark Tank 2018 – Concept Notes

Adapted from original article by Sara K. Eskridge. Shark Tank is a research competition where students pitch international policy-relevant concepts to a panel of judges,

A New Name

We used to be known as (take a deep breath) the “Institute for the Theory & Practice of International Relations.” Yep, 19 syllables.  

The Kids Are All Right: How Millennials Running for Public Office Restores My Hope

Williamsburg may have one of the strongest claims as America’s earliest, sleepy college town. The city was founded in 1632 as Middle Plantation and