The bequest creates four new graduate and undergraduate scholarships at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business and pushes the university past its For the Bold goal of raising $350 million for scholarships.
A new and unique Archive of American LGBTQ Political and Legal History is being established at Swem Library in memory of renowned historian John Boswell ’69.
Joe Laresca ’15, founder of a powerhouse NYC creative company, adds Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list to his achievements.
Christine Taylor ’61 is a Bell-Ringing member of the Bell Society. Having made her first gift in 1974, she has given for 48 consecutive years.
From her time as an undergraduate at William & Mary, it was clear that Marilyn Ward Midyette ’75 is a natural leader. As a student, she immersed herself in the life of the university as a cheerleader, a resident assistant, a member of Delta Delta Delta and the W&M Choir.
William & Mary hosted its inaugural Black Alumni Reunion on May 6-8 with a series of programs, ceremonies and receptions honoring the Black experience at W&M.
Global business executive, philanthropist and civic leader Joseph J. Plumeri II ’66, D.P.S. ’11 established the awards to reward outstanding William & Mary faculty and enhance teaching, research and mentorship. Recipients of the 2020, 2021 and 2022 Plumeri Awards were honored in a ceremony on May 13.
William & Mary broke ground May 9 on an Athletics Complex designed to improve the student-athlete experience while enhancing the university as a whole.
A Pulitzer Prize winner’s in-depth research on the Revolutionary War, a family’s adventures traveling across North America in a camper van, a torrid romance and the wonderful world of coral reefs are among the subjects featured in this quarterly selection of titles by William & Mary alumni authors.
Paul Carlino J.D. ’98 and Rebecca Eichler J.D. ’98 put their jobs on hold, pulled their kids out of school and packed everything into a camper van to drive from their home in Alexandria, Virginia, to the very bottom of North America in a journey that changed their lives.
After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, the classes of 1970, 1971 and 1972 all celebrated their 50th reunions and were inducted into the illustrious Olde Guarde during a much-anticipated Traditions Weekend. Each class made a gift in honor of their reunion.
As William & Mary prepares for the May 9 groundbreaking and celebration of the reimagined home for W&M Athletics, the Gordiniers hope their generosity will help inspire others to give back in support of the new Complex.
"We are formally organizing as the Latinx Alumni Association to assure our Latinx students and future alumni that they will always have a larger community of support once they graduate."
The awards recognize five individual W&M alumni whose work for diversity, equity and justice has had a lasting impact and leaders of the group Focus on Asian Cultures Emerging in Society (FACES), organized by students between 1999 and 2003.
More than 9,550 students, alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends collectively gave over $3.8 million to more than 730 areas across the university during William & Mary's ninth annual day of giving.
Enrique Sánchez-Rivera M.B.A. ’07 teamed up with William & Mary’s Institute for Integrative Conservation to create an augmented reality mural that focuses on the conservation of local flora and fauna.
William & Mary alumni are making a difference for people who are caught in perilous circumstances — either through individual assistance or by communicating their stories to the world.
Over the last eight years, $16.4 million has been raised from 31,895 donors with over 1,000 areas supported.
As William & Mary's All In campaign marks its one-year anniversary, new gifts totaling $1.1 million to the W&M Athletics Complex mark an important step forward in reaching the $55-million fundraising goal.
William & Mary’s Global Film Festival returns with a new name and an expanded lineup, including several screenings of alumni-produced films.
Take an inside look at how the magazine team created the winter 2022 cover art.
Professionals Week 2022 brought the W&M community together to reflect on the changing workplace and chart new paths forward
Brian Court ’96 creates environmentally friendly architecture worldwide.
The new John and Yvonne Whitcomb Business Professorship Endowment will support a faculty member who teaches in the area of real estate, finance or entrepreneurship.
New support for the GRI totaling $1.9 million will enhance the university’s ability to address critical international challenges through groundbreaking research, innovative teaching and strengthened connections between the academic world and policymakers.
The Lemon Scholarship will provide need-based scholarship support for students who are descendants of enslaved persons in the U.S., or who have a demonstrated historic connection to slavery.
If you can schedule rides using an app, why not tennis games? That was the thinking behind creation of a platform launched by Paul Stratta ’85 with help from tennis-loving William & Mary alumni Ann Searle Horowitz ’85 and Robert Weissman ’86, P ’22.
The Mellon grant will support collaborative work by The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and William & Mary to preserve, relocate, research and restore the Bray School, believed to be the only remaining Colonial-era building in the country that was dedicated to the education of Black children.
Mark Duffner '75 is a senior defensive assistant, Robert Livingston '10 is the secondary/safeties coach and Mike Potts '08 is the scouting director (college).
Rob Estes ’74, P ’06, president and CEO of Estes Express Lines, and his son Webb Estes ’06, M.Acc. ’07, vice president of process improvement, have an inside view of how goods move from place to place — and the challenges and opportunities the pandemic has brought to the freight transportation industry.