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A million bucks
After the William & Mary announced the decision to cut seven varsity sports because of budgeting concerns during the coronavirus pandemic, at least one sports team is raising money to save their program: The men’s and women’s swim team. READ MORE
WJCC Zoom classes hacked
William & Mary may be facing a Title IX lawsuit after the university announced its decision to cut seven varsity sports programs. READ MORE
Samantha Huge, William & Mary’s athletics director, released a statement about the open letter she along with other college administration staff sent to the community announcing the university’s decision to cut seven varsity sports programs effective next year. W&M’s open letter has direct quotes and similarities to Stanford University’s open letter released July 8. READ MORE
Trump on the Peninsula
A sea of red “Make America Great Again” hats filled the outdoor space on the Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport Friday night. READ MORE