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One step closer: Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE have applied for a FDA emergency use authorization for their coronavirus vaccine. (WYDaily/ Courtesy of Unsplash)

Fall Semester COVID-19 Vaccination Policies for Colleges on the Peninsula

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UPDATE (August 9, 2021): Suzanne Clavet, director of news and media for William & Mary, has notified WYDaily that the school will require face...

Virginia ABC Awards More Than $75,000 In Grants To Prevent Underage Drinking

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STATEWIDE -- In an effort to combat drinking in the underage and high risk communities, the Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority (ABC) has awarded...

Mobile Vaccine Clinic in York County

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YORK COUNTY -- On Monday, June 28, 2021, a mobile vaccine clinic will be held from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Charles Brown...
Juneteenth is the oldest nationally-recognized commemoration of the official end of slavery in the United States. (WYDaily/Wikimedia Commons)

Colonial Williamsburg and Community Partners join for Juneteenth 2021

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WILLIAMSBURG -- Colonial Williamsburg will join community partners to commemorate Juneteenth with a series of events on June 19, 2021. Observances will start at 10...

#UnmaskingPeninsula: How race, gender trauma affect people in Hampton Roads

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HAMPTON ROADS -- Those interested in learning about race and gender issues can join a virtual discussion with members of the local community on...
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Area universities are finding creative solutions to reckon with history of racial injustice

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More universities across the nation are facing a reckoning with their history of slavery, but some are finding creative solutions in the form of...
Prospective students interested in touring colleges can visit them virtually for free. (WYDaily/ Courtesy of Unsplash)

If you’re thinking about attending a historically black college, you might want check out these virtual tours

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High school students wishing to visit a college in person may have another option this year. The Historically Black Colleges and Universities Alumni Alliances of...
Kayla Jones (middle) is the president for Old Dominion University's chapter of The Good Girl Movement, an organization with a mission to redefine the narrative for black women. (WYDaily/Courtesy Brooklyne Baker)

What’s a ‘good girl’? This organization is redefining the term

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When someone is referred to as a "good girl," we might think of a modest woman who is faithfully dedicated to her church. Or even...