TribeTrek

A project by Earl Gregg Swem Library

Explore the people, places, and events in William & Mary's history through a self-guided campus walking tour using TribeTrek. Developed by Swem Library's Special Collections Research Center, TribeTrek is a free mobile app that puts the history of the second oldest college in America in the palm of your hands. Learn about the history of campus buildings, sculptures and other sites through photographs, and use social media to share your stories for each site. As this site is an ongoing project...

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"Spring" is a sculpture by J. Seward Johnson that was installed at William & Mary in 1979. At some time prior to 1991, the letter held by the figure Tina in the sculpture was broken off.

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Dedicated in October 2001, the William & Mary Keck Environmental Field Laboratory is an academic facility that provides instructional and research support for environmental programs at William & Mary…

The James Monroe statue, located outside Tucker Hall just south of the Senior Walk, was dedicated on April 23, 2015. The statue was a gift of William & Mary alumni Carroll and Patty Owen in honor of…

The new Fraternity Complex is a 187-bed complex consisting of eleven 17-bed fraternity houses and a community building. Opened for residents in fall of 2013, this complex is located across the street…