Join AMP and Professor Randy Chambers for a walk through the beautiful Matoaka Trails. We’re sure to spot some pretty awesome creatures! Parents are welcome!
Alma Mater Productions and the Student Assembly of William & Mary are proud to welcome award-winning filmmaker Spike Lee as he speaks on campus on April 20, 2016. In his decades long career, Lee and his films have been nominated for countless awards. In 2016, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences awarded Lee with an honorary Oscar at the 88th Academy Awards. In addition to his work as a director, writer, producer, and actor, Lee has been outspoken on issues of race, particularly in relation to the media and in Hollywood.
Join us on Wednesday, April 20 at 7:00 PM in William & Mary Hall. Tickets are free for students, faculty, and staff with valid W&M identification. Limited general public admission will be available for $10. Get your tickets through the Tribe Ticket Office, available beginning April 4th.
This event is made possible with the generous support from the Janet and Peter Atwater Lecture Endowment.
Join AMP’s Science & Sustainability Committee, get soap savvy, and feel so fresh and so clean in this practical Soap Making event! Discover what goes into the standard off-the shelf soap and how you can easily replace artificially fragranced, skin drying soaps by making your own luxurious, natural, skin loving homemade soaps.
When you stop by the DIY soap event you’ll not only leave with your own homemade soap – but also with knowledge of the basic chemistry, safety precautions, kitchen set-up and essential equipment required that go into soap making.
Discover the benefits and healing properties of a number of base botanical ingredients and additional additives like essential oils for therapeutic benefit and aromatic delight, exfoliants, colourants, and many bubbles more.
Get hands on when you make your own naturally fragranced soap and learn to create your own customized recipes! The whole process only takes ~10 minutes per person! So drop by and have fun!
Have you ever thought about what makes people happy? AMP will make sure the professors will give you some help to find an answer!!!!
Come to the Professor Talk: What Makes People Happy? featuring Marketing Professor Edmiston, Sociology Professor Linneman, Biochemistry Professor Lashley & Philosophy Professor McKinney. After each professor’s opening statement, YOU will have the chance to ask questions about “happiesness” to the professors yourself!!! If you want to ask anonymously or you simply can’t wait, submit your questions you have for the professors to http://goo.gl/forms/h7wK6cI00x we will ask for you at the event!!!
Join AMP on Feb. 5th as we showcase poets from the William & Mary community.
Parties interested in performing should send a draft to AMP’s Contemporary and Cultural Events Chair, Francesca McConnell (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Over the past few months the use of trigger warnings has inspired many a thinkpiece. Develop your own stance, then join AMP as we watch the William & Mary Debate Society debate the pros and cons of trigger warnings.
Venu Katta ’16
Jack Hoagland ’17
Gerry Jamison ’16
Jerusalem Demsas ’17
Join Alma Mater Productions (AMP), the Armed Services Arts Partnership, and the Student Veterans of William & Mary as we commemorate Veteran’s Day with a night of storytelling featuring student veterans, military families, alumni veterans, ROTC, and others who have had experiences shaped by veterans and the military.
Refreshments will be provided, and our official schedule for the night will be released soon!