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  1. Black Lives Matter protests American Civil Liberties Union

    10.06 / 10:48 flathatnews.com Flathatnews.com - Education
    Sept. 27, Black Lives Matter protestors at the College of William and Mary interrupted “Students and the First Amendment,” a scheduled event co-sponsored by AMP and the American Civil Liberties Union. First Amendment rights have dominated national conversation in rec…
  2. Class of 2020 SA senator position vulnerable in upcoming election Oct. 9

    10.06 / 10:48 flathatnews.com Flathatnews.com - Education
    When ballots are sent out Oct. 9 for the class of 2021 to elect its five representatives to the College of William and Mary’s Student Assembly Senate, one additional seat will open up. Sen. Abhi Chadha ’20, who was appointed to the senate in April 2017, must now campaign for his seat, following a 2016 amendment to the SA con…
  3. Broad Street proposes hotel, new retail spaces: Williamsburg Shopping Center renovation hinges on Oct. 12 vote

    10.06 / 10:48 flathatnews.com Flathatnews.com - Education
    The future of the Williamsburg Shopping Center is in the hands of the City of Williamsburg’s City Council, whose members will vote on a proposed design for a complete renovation Oct. 12. The shopping center, which is home to A…
  4. City Council to vote on luxury student housing

    10.06 / 10:48 flathatnews.com Flathatnews.com - Education
    The Williamsburg City Council will vote on redevelopment plans for the Williamsburg Shopping Center, also known as Midtown Row, including a special use permit for more than 200 student-centered residential units located above ground-floor retail space, Oct. 12. According…
  5. Out of the blue: Over two-year period, police responded to 49 “blue light” activations where no one was at phone or in a

    10.06 / 10:48 flathatnews.com Flathatnews.com - Education
    The 90 “blue lights” scattered across the College of William and Mary’s campus are ubiquitous reminders of university safety measures, but the ever-growing prevalence of cell phones has rendered their role more symbolic than utilitarian. “They’re like lamp posts,” Head…