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William Judd, dressed in suit and tie, standing in the lobby of the Mason School of Business
Posted on February 27, 2024

In this post, we introduce the newest member of the McLeod Business Library, William Judd!

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Apr 2021

  • Admission sign at Stockade Theatre
    Posted on April 26, 2021
    Over the winter and spring of early 1941, a towering landmark rose on the rural landscape less than two miles from downtown Williamsburg. The structure housed the screen for the Stockade Theatre Auto-Torium at Casey’s Corner, where Richmond and Ironbound Roads intersect.
  • a black and white sketch of a ships prison hull with a line of white prisoners going into a cell
    Posted on April 21, 2021
    In this series, we are spotlighting researchers who have contributed to W&M ScholarWorks, our institutional repository. We asked each researcher to identify a scholarly work and share the “human story” behind it. Who are the people behind the data and theory, and how were they affected by the scholarship?   
  • Posted on April 20, 2021
    In this post, we introduce W&M Libraries' new associate dean for collections and content services, Laura Morales! Name: Laura Morales Title: Associate Dean for Collections and Content Services How long have you been with W&M Libraries?
  • an image of an overflowing garbage pile
    Posted on April 14, 2021
    In this series, we are spotlighting researchers who have contributed to W&M ScholarWorks, our institutional repository. We asked each researcher to identify a scholarly work and share the “human story” behind it. Who are the people behind the data and theory, and how were they affected by the scholarship?   
  • Posted on April 6, 2021
    By Jenna Massey '24 From children’s stories to poetry collections to military history, the alumni authors of William and Mary have all of your book-loving needs covered.
  • an image of an intricate doorway in black and white
    Posted on April 6, 2021
    In this series, we are spotlighting researchers who have contributed to W&M ScholarWorks, our institutional repository. We asked each researcher to identify a scholarly work and share the “human story” behind it. Who are the people behind the data and theory, and how were they affected by the scholarship?

Mar 2021