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  1. Kaplan Arena

    Kaplan Arena Constructed: 1969-1971 Dedication: Charter Day and Parents Day weekend, February 1971
  2. Kappa Kappa Gamma House

    Kappa Kappa Gamma House Acquired by the College: 1926 Previous Names: Alpha Chi Omega House (1927-1929)
  3. Kappa Sigma

    Kappa Sigma was founded at the University of Virginia in 1869. William & Mary president Lyon Gardiner Tyler became a member of Kappa Sigma while at the University of Virginia. Kappa Sigma was…
  4. Kate Waller Barrett

    Kate Waller Barrett was a member of the William & Mary Board of Visitors in 1921-1925. She was the second woman to be a member of the Board of Visitors. She was a prominent figure in Virginia…
  5. Kenneth F. Bick

    Kenneth F. Bick was a Past Faculty member of the Geology Department at William & Mary. Obituary Announcement From a Faculty and Staff Announcement Email from Provost Michael Halleran on February…
  6. Kenneth S. Mink, Sr.

    Kenneth Stuart Mink, Sr. was born on July 14, 1937 in Yeadon, Pennsylvania. Mr. Mink attended William & Mary, where he played football, and received his Bachelor of Science degree in…
  7. Kim E. Wheatley

    Kim E. Wheatley has been a professor of English at William & Mary since 1992, and was associate chair of the Department of English from 2003-2006. Her scholarly interests include "The Romantics (…
  8. King of England William III

    William III of England (The Hague, 14 November 1650 - Kensington Palace, 8 March 1702; also known as William II of Scotland and William III of Orange) was a Dutch aristocrat and a Protestant Prince…
  9. Korean American Student Association

    In 1984, the Korean American Student Association (KASA) was founded at William & Mary. It was the first Asian-American group to organize themselves. At that time, there were only 74 Asian-…
  10. Kremer Jacob Hoke

    William & Mary Interim President: Kremer J. HokeTerm Served: Summer 1933 - Fall 1933; January 1934 - June 30, 1934Preceded by: Julian Alvin Carroll Chandler 1919 - 1934
  11. Ku Klux Klan Flagpole

    In 1926, the College of William & Mary accepted and used a flagpole donated by the Ku Klux Klan, but President Julian A. C. Chandler repudiated KKK politics in his remarks during the ceremony. "…

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