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Giving back, one mask at a time

365体育首页Anna Mroch, W&M director of planning and assessment, has turned some 48 spools of thread and 102 yards of fabric into more than 1,300 face masks that were distributed to those in need throughout 10 states.

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W&M rolls out first phase of website redesign

The William & Mary website is getting a new homepage, updated menus and search function and refreshed page designs — the first steps in outfitting the university with better, more flexible and varied tools with which to build webpages.

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W&M announces Healthy Together Community Commitment

As William & Mary prepares for the start of the academic year during a pandemic, the university released Monday a statement of expectations – and a commitment to each other – for everyone planning to live, work and study together on campus this fall.

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Staying vigilant against the virus

Epidemiologist Erica E. Smith ’08 helps coordinate Delaware’s response to COVID-19

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Physics postdoc wins JLab prize to further ‘backwards’ research

365体育首页A postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Physics at William & Mary, Wenliang “Bill” Li is studying proton structure — just like many people who conduct their nuclear physics research at Jefferson Lab. But he’s studying a new aspect of it: the backward perspective.

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W&M’s $1B For the Bold campaign concludes

365体育首页William & Mary completed its boldest fundraising campaign yet, with $1.04 billion raised, ties among alumni and alma mater strengthened and its status as the No. 1 public university for alumni participation cemented several years in a row.

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Pandemics: Hope from history

Gérard Chouin, associate professor of history at William & Mary, discusses COVID-19 in the context of past pandemics.