W&M Junior Spurs Students Toward Political Activism
WILLIAMSBURG — He led a protest of Henry Kissinger as the new chancellor at the College of William and Mary.
He campaigned for living wages for hourly employees.
He dressed as a logger and carried a cardboard chain saw to protest Staples in Williamsburg.
And he took a group of William and Mary students to Wake Forest University in North Carolina last year to demonstrate against the format of the presidential debates.
All in the past school year. Continue reading