Students, staff and faculty took the opportunity to speak with members of a committee in charge of picking the College of William and Mary's next president.
The college hosted three meetings on April 19 for the committe to collect input, less than a month after college president Taylor Reveley announced his intention to retire in June 2018.
"We need everybody's input," said H. Thomas Watkins, vice rector of the college's Board of Visitors and chairman of the search committee. "Faculty are also obviously very important, we want to hear from our alums."
Physics professor William Cooke said he'd like to see a president that is familiar with the nuances...