When President Obama went to George Mason University in January to talk about gun control laws, the George Mason College Republicans staged a protest.
Such an event would be unlikely at the College of William and Mary, says William and Mary College Republican President Phebe Meyer.
“We would not do something like that,” said Meyer.
It is not just the College Republicans. As students at Yale demanded a professor’s resignation and the football team at University of Missouri refused to play until the college president stepped down, the collegians in Williamsburg have been decidedly less vocal than their peers.
And while the presidential election...