Hulon Willis Jr. ’77, and The Sunken Garden from the ground and from the air.
Read your class year’s current Class Notes as well as access to the In Memoriam page.
We are Jack Edgar ’15, Liz Foster M.Ed. ’15 and Alli Taylor – your regional alumni engagement team! We have the pleasure of working with alumni chapters, affinity (interest and identity) groups and volunteers around the world on programs and events. We sat down to answer a few questions and give alumni a better sense of who we are and what we do as we strive to keep members of the Tribe connected to their alma mater.
Wilford Kale ’66 likes to say that he came to William & Mary at age 18 and never left. This spring, he published his fifth book on the university, “From Student to Warrior: A Military History of the College of William and Mary.” The book chronicles the history of the military at the university.
In May, the William & Mary Alumni Association celebrated its annual Honorary Alumni Ceremony by recognizing six exceptional individuals who have a distinguished record of service, support, advocacy and commitment on behalf of William & Mary.
William & Mary’s new Athletics Director Samantha K. Huge (pronounced hyu-gee) — the first woman to hold this position since Tribe Athletics combined the men’s and women’s departments — shared her vision for the athletics department at William & Mary Weekend in New York City before an audience comprised of alumni, parents and friends.
On June 11 in Radio City Music Hall, Caitlin Clements ’11 heard the words that would change her life. She sat in the audience of the 2017 Tony Awards with bated breath while Lin-Manuel Miranda, writer, producer and star of “Hamilton,” opened the envelope that held the name of this year’s Best Musical winner. He paused.
Every year, the W&M Alumni Association honors a select group of outstanding young faculty members who represent William & Mary at its very best.
Introducing our 2017 Alumni Fellowship Award Recipients.
The birthday party was typical. There was food, a birthday cake, decorations, music and a piñata. All the normal things that parents ensure are present to guarantee an unforgettable party. Maybelline Mendoza ’07, M.B.A. ’14 and her twin sister were attending the celebration for another set of twin girls. The twins’ family was one of the few they had met since moving to the United States from Lima, Peru, two years earlier.