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Get in on the conversation with this list of WYDaily’s most-read stories from the past week.
Civilian review boards with teeth
The Virginia Senate and House of Delegates recently passed civilian review board legislation in response to the growing sentiment. The legislation appears to be giving these boards some teeth. READ MORE
The letter cited the allegations of the university’s financial mismanagement under former Athletics Director Samantha Huge and by extension, Rowe and Littel’s “watch.” READ MORE
Keeping the fire burning
Every Saturday, Felecia Hayes and dozens of other W&M students line the sidewalks of Confusion Corner, the colloquial name for the intersection of Jamestown and Richmond roads, holding up signs protesting police brutality and racism. READ MORE
The saga continues at W&M
Some members of the Tribe community have some words for those supporting the university president’s leadership amid the controversy surrounding the cut varsity sports programs. READ MORE
Masks encouraged, not required
But what does this mandate mean for voters when going to the polls and what sort of safety precautions are in place for Election Day? Here is what local voter registrars had to say on the matter. READ MORE