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JCC Parks & Recreation Announces August Events

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James City County (JCC) Parks & Recreation has announced its August events calendar. Arts & Special Interest Virtual Genealogy – Advanced • Ages 16+ FREE! VIRTUAL! Tuesdays, Aug. 3-24,...

W&M receives award for diversity and inclusion in study abroad program

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WILLIAMSBURG  -- The College of William & Mary is being recognized for increasing diversity and inclusion in its Study Abroad program.  The Institute of International...

W&M campus structures named for trailblazing alumni

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WILLIAMSBURG -- Following a consultative and thorough process established earlier this year, William & Mary’s (W&M) Board of Visitors voted Friday to rename two...

James City Co. Parks & Rec plans April events

JAMES CITY COUNTY -- As the impacts of COVID-19 continue to be felt, we ask for your patience, flexibility and support. We depend on...

WRL Uses Microgrant for Antiracism Reading Initiative

Editor's Note: The following news release is brought to you by WYDaily, courtesy of Barry Trott, spokesperson for the Williamsburg Regional Library. WILLIAMSBURG -- This...
The Sir Christopher Wren Building sits at the head of the W&M campus, just before you cross into Colonial Wililamsburg. (WYDaily/Courtesy of William & Mary)

Confronting history: W&M Board of Visitors split on ‘imperatives’ to rename buildings at the college

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The College of William & Mary is coming to terms with its ties to slavery and racism. After the death of George Floyd, a black...
W&M 2018 Commencement. (WYDaily file/Courtesy of W&M News)

Administration and students split on diversity efforts at William & Mary

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Universities across the country are starting to look at how their lack of diversity in leadership is impacting their communities. The College of William &...
James City County’s Board of Supervisors is made up of white people. But how about the other elected boards in the Historic Triangle? (WYDaily/ Courtesy of James City County’s website)

Diversity in public office in the Historic Triangle is very limited. What does that mean for representation?

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It's probably no secret that while the Historic Triangle is made up of thousands of people from various races and backgrounds, elected officials are...