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Novels, short stories, etc. set at the [[College of William and Mary]] or fictionalized versions.
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Novels, short stories, etc. set at the [[College of William and Mary]] or fictionalized versions:
  
 
*''Alma Mater'' by Rita Mae Brown
 
*''Alma Mater'' by Rita Mae Brown
 
*''Exiles in America: A Novel'' by [[Christopher Bram]]
 
*''Exiles in America: A Novel'' by [[Christopher Bram]]
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There is also a list of [[movies filmed at William and Mary]]. The lead characters alumnus [[Bill Lawrence]]'s TV sitcom "Scrubs" attended William and Mary, which was reflected on-screen in flashback scenes.
  
  

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Novels, short stories, etc. set at the College of William and Mary or fictionalized versions:

There is also a list of movies filmed at William and Mary. The lead characters alumnus Bill Lawrence's TV sitcom "Scrubs" attended William and Mary, which was reflected on-screen in flashback scenes.



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