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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:

Aubrey Lay papers

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Identifier: UA 5.333
Content Description This collection consists of audio-visual materials and other papers related to Aubrey Lay, a class of 2023 student at William & Mary. Audio visual materials including a video of William & Mary student Aubrey Lay (Class of 2023) speaking at a rally sponsored by the Virginia Collegiate Queer Collective in Richmond, Virginia in front of the Bell Tower on October 22 or 23, 2022. The rally was held to protest the Virginia Department of Education's proposed Model Policies on the Privacy,...
Dates: 2022-2023

Bates, Jane Oral History, 2019 March 13

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Scope and Contents Born in Louisville and raised in Bethesda, Jane Bates (née Harland) attended William & Mary from 1969-1973. She was on the varsity field hockey team and participated in several intramural sports. Her excellence in swimming and diving led to her introduction to the William and Mary Athletic Hall of Fame in 1985. Originally a math major, she switched to secondary education with a focus on physical education. During her time in Williamsburg, she pledged Gamma Phi Beta and taught swimming....
Dates: 2019 March 13

Blackwell, Jean Oral History, 2019 March 14

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Scope and Contents The child of Virginia natives, Jean Blackwell was born in Georgia, moved around as a child before settling in Crawfordsville, Indiana. Blackwell followed her older brother, a member of the Tribe basketball team, and attended William & Mary from 1972-1976. During her childhood, few athletic opportunities existed for girls in small towns. However, she joined the field hockey and lacrosse teams, eventually playing for the varsity squad in the latter. Combining her athletic experience with a...
Dates: 2019 March 14

Blazek, Mary Anne Oral History, 2019 March 14

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Scope and Contents Mary Anne Blazek was the first in her family to attend college. Inspired by her high school English teacher and falling in love with its tradition, Blazek attended William & Mary from 1970-1974. Born in West Virginia but raised in the DC suburbs, played lacrosse and field hockey despite only having high school experience in basketball and softball. Blazek switched her major from English to physical education. A member of the Women’s Recreation Association and team captain, she took part...
Dates: 2019 March 14

Delay of Game: William & Mary Basketball Programs During COVID Project

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Identifier: UA 404
Scope and Contents

During their 2020-2021 season, the William & Mary men’s and women’s basketball teams played amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. These oral history interviews with players and coaches document their experience with audience restrictions, quarantines, and cancellations, with constant unknowns requiring them to adapt at all times. The men’s team also discusses their racial justice initiative, “This Game is No Secret,” and the intersection of sports and social issues.

Dates: 2021

Hutchinson, Peg Oral History, 2019 March 13

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Scope and Contents A 2015 inductee into the William & Mary Athletic Hall of Fame, Peg Hutchinson (née Lawlor) hails from the Philadelphia suburbs and graduated with the Class of 1975. A renowned athlete, Hutchinson was a 4-time national finalist for the swim team, serving as captain. As captain, she was a member of the group determining how to implement Title IX after its enactment. A pioneer in her family, her daughter and two younger sisters followed her footsteps and are also alumni. Graduating with a...
Dates: 2019 March 13

Interview, 2019 March 13

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Scope and Contents From the File: Born in Louisville and raised in Bethesda, Jane Bates (née Harland) attended William & Mary from 1969-1973. She was on the varsity field hockey team and participated in several intramural sports. Her excellence in swimming and diving led to her introduction to the William and Mary Athletic Hall of Fame in 1985. Originally a math major, she switched to secondary education with a focus on physical education. During her time in Williamsburg, she pledged Gamma Phi Beta and taught swimming....
Dates: 2019 March 13

Interview, 2019 March 14

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Scope and Contents From the File: The child of Virginia natives, Jean Blackwell was born in Georgia, moved around as a child before settling in Crawfordsville, Indiana. Blackwell followed her older brother, a member of the Tribe basketball team, and attended William & Mary from 1972-1976. During her childhood, few athletic opportunities existed for girls in small towns. However, she joined the field hockey and lacrosse teams, eventually playing for the varsity squad in the latter. Combining her athletic experience with a...
Dates: 2019 March 14

Interview, 2019 March 14

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Scope and Contents From the File: Mary Anne Blazek was the first in her family to attend college. Inspired by her high school English teacher and falling in love with its tradition, Blazek attended William & Mary from 1970-1974. Born in West Virginia but raised in the DC suburbs, played lacrosse and field hockey despite only having high school experience in basketball and softball. Blazek switched her major from English to physical education. A member of the Women’s Recreation Association and team captain, she took part...
Dates: 2019 March 14

Interview, 2019 March 13

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Scope and Contents From the File: A 2015 inductee into the William & Mary Athletic Hall of Fame, Peg Hutchinson (née Lawlor) hails from the Philadelphia suburbs and graduated with the Class of 1975. A renowned athlete, Hutchinson was a 4-time national finalist for the swim team, serving as captain. As captain, she was a member of the group determining how to implement Title IX after its enactment. A pioneer in her family, her daughter and two younger sisters followed her footsteps and are also alumni. Graduating with a...
Dates: 2019 March 13

Interview, 2019 March 14

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Scope and Contents From the File: A member of the Class of 1975, Mindy Wolff hailed from the Philadelphia suburbs and was an accomplished swimmer before ever stepping foot on the campus of William & Mary. She qualified for the 1968 Olympic trials, but injuries derailed her elite swimming aspirations, though not her love for the sport. She brought that love with her, spending four years competing on the swim team. Her greatest collegiate memories were the trips to Idaho, Arizona, and Penn State for nationals. After...
Dates: 2019 March 14

Kelly Organski Masters Oral History project

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Identifier: UA 5.631
Content Description

Graduate student Kelly Organski interviewed five female student-athletes who were enrolled in the early to mid-1970s at William & Mary. During their time, Title IX was passed in 1972, prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs and activites. These transcripted audio files include alumnae Jane Bates, Jean Blackwell, Mary Anne Blazek, Peg Hutchinson, and Mindy Wolff.

Dates: 2019

Meridian Coffeehouse, June 2022 Addition, 1993 - 2021

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Scope and Contents An addition of materials to the Meridian Coffeehouse. Content warning for alcohol use, smoking, and partial nudity. Box 3 Folder one: Two signs. One with instructions on the opening and closing procedures for the Coffeehouse, and the second with instructions on how to brew coffee and tea.Folder two: Thirty-six photographs, two have writing on the back. 2004 ish (Content Warnings for alcohol, smoking, partial nudity)Folder three: Forty-two advertisement...
Dates: 1993 - 2021

The Flat Hat records

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Identifier: UA 7.084
Content Description

Photographs, slides, and administrative records for The Flat Hat newspaper. Collection also includes digital media and 21 boxes of issues of the newspaper filed chronologically.

Dates: 20th century (exact date range TBD; Flat Hat first published in 1911)