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What is the Green Fee?

By Lauren French ’22 While unheard of by a majority of students, not many initiatives show William & Mary’s campus-wide commitment to sustainability quite

W&M Office of Sustainability: Adapting Our Strategy

By Sophia Sabardine ’21 How will we stay connected with virtual outreach? Most student organizations are all too familiar with this daunting task that

Separate but Connected: Summer with the Global Research Institute

By Maggie Manson ’22 When the COVID-19 pandemic hit and universities throughout the world had to transition to virtual learning, many students were faced

How a Virtual Summer Research Internship at GRI Fostered Community and Career Development

By Sasan Faraj ’23 Going into this past summer, I didn’t know what to expect of it. Buildings were closed, internships were cancelled, and

The Long Arm of Authoritarianism: Possibilities for Repression and Opportunities for Change

By Katherine Armstrong ’20 For most of my life, I thought of migration as possibility. The possibility to live, work, put down roots, and

The Classic Scottish Experience

Are you in the Joint Degree Programme? Interested in studying abroad at St Andrews? I spent my most recent academic year attending St Andrews

Disinformation Ink Spots: A Framework to Combat Authoritarian Disinformation Campaigns

Editors Note: The Project on International Peace and Security (PIPS) is one of the premier undergraduate think tanks in the country. Based at W&M’s

Clashing Codes of Conduct: Asymmetric Ethics and the Biotech Revolution

Editors Note: The Project on International Peace and Security (PIPS) is one of the premier undergraduate think tanks in the country. Based at W&M’s

Putting Love in Action

Guest blogger Ryann England writes about leaders in action – putting love in action. The story written is based on the characters of Winnie the