Bill Gates speaks on farewell tour
Bill Gates wrapped up his farewell tour on Thursday in Rangos Ballroom, speaking about big changes in the future of software and his new role as a world leader in philanthropy.
Post invades academia
Due to today’s increasingly technology-based world, many print-based companies have been forced to find alternative means of income.
Gender takes the floor
Yesterday, discussion of superwomen, men getting manicures, and appropriate spheres of influence for the sexes dominated the University Center.
Tepper professor dies
Professor John “Jack” Reinecke Thorne died Feb. 13 at the age of 81 while vacationing with his wife, Helen, in the Cayman Islands.
Va. urges president resignation
For the past two weeks, protests, vandalisms, resignations, and two-day-long sit-ins have been the norm at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Va.
First-years advance in testing
A study from the College Board has revealed that college first-years may now be increasing their level of preparedness.
Campus News in Brief
Students rush to RecycleMania and university researchers work with Fox Sports.
Read about the Syrian ambassador coming to campus, as well as many other lectures this week.
Here are some statistics on the ways in which students pay for college.
Crime and Incident
Here is a look at the crime report from this past week.