Williamsburg Regional Library (WRL) and William & Mary Libraries are partnering for the 4th year for One Book One Community, an initiative that encourages the community to have a shared reading experience related to a socially relevant book.
Posted January 24, 2023
Posted November 30, 2022
This fall William & Mary Libraries and the Muscarelle Museum of Art collaborated on its first Art of the Book workshop. This intensive two-day workshop explored the history of the book and culminated in the creation of an original collective handmade book.
Posted October 27, 2022
More than a decade ago, William & Mary began the work of reconciling the institution and community with its history regarding the exploitation of African Americans through the eras of slavery, Jim Crow and segregation.
Posted October 5, 2022
Raven Pierce’s poster was hard to miss, even among the 200 presentations on display in the Fall Undergraduate Research Sympo
Posted August 19, 2022
William & Mary Libraries is doing its part to help the university reach the goal of a carbon-neutral campus by 2030.
Posted June 22, 2022
The influence of the 2022 One Book One Community program extended beyond its February events.
Posted June 16, 2022
As a school counselor, Pamela Harris Ph.D. ’16 saw firsthand the power of stories to validate and inspire young people, especially the Black students she worked with who struggled to see themselves in the books and stories they encountered.
Posted June 8, 2022
The Immigration Clinic and Earl Gregg Swem Library have partnered to assist William & Mary students in their research for Afghan asylum cases.
Posted May 18, 2022
A new and unique Archive of American LGBTQ Political and Legal History is being established at Swem Library in memory of renown historian John Boswell ’69, it was announced today by Carrie Cooper, dean of University Libraries at William & Mary.
Posted May 12, 2022
An intriguing set of mysteries has surrounded William & Mary's first-edition copy of Isaac Newton's masterwork. Caitlin Dolt ‘22 brought her knowledge of Latin and physics to the task.