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Materials in the Special Collections Research Center

The Flat Hat, William & Mary News, and Alumni Gazette:

  • College Inaugurates Monroe Scholars Program AG, Summer 1988, pg. 4.
  • Monroes rewarded for research FH, 4/12/1991, pg. 7, 10.
  • Fleet foundation commits $1 million for scholarships WMN, 5/24/1991, pg. 1.
  • Bathrooms to barrooms FH, 9/3/1993, pg. 7.
  • Scholars design independent projects AG, Oct. 1993, pg. 4, 5 (picture).
  • In the Trenches in Kenya WMN, 10/16/1996, pg. 3 (picture).
  • Presentation of Summer projects FH, 9/4/1998, pg. 18.
  • Monroe Scholars get grant FH, 9/8/2000, pg. 1, 4.


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