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William & Mary’s new mascot, the Griffin, arrived on campus yesterday. Here, you’ll find a round up of some of the media coverage of our new mascot. And you most assuredly don’t want to miss these on William & Mary’s YouTube channel: “Get me the Griffin“ “Introducing the Griffin, the Tribe’s new mascot“ For me, [...]

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Get me the Griffin!

There is a new, powerful guardian of the nation’s second oldest university. The new Tribe mascot, the Griffin – a mythical creature with the head of an eagle and the body of a lion – has arrived on campus. Watch President Reveley’s announcement on YouTube at http://www.wm.edu/mascot Go Tribe, – Susan T. Evans

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After many months of hard work, hundreds of ideas, and thousands of comments, the time has finally come to announce the new Tribe mascot. Please join us for the big announcement on Tuesday, April 6 at 5:30PM in William & Mary Hall’s Kaplan Arena. The event will include one very special guest and some possible [...]

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Is it time for the big reveal?

Yes!! It is time to announce the W&M Tribe mascot. But when? Soon. Soon = this week. Later, Susan T. Evans

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Here’s a quick breakdown of the 11,183 individuals who completed the Mascot Search feedback survey: 31.0% were current students 49.7% were alumni 3.8% were parents 1.1% were faculty 1.6% were staff or administrators 12.8% were friends of the Tribe (i.e., not one of the above categories) – Susan T. Evans

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Thank you to the 11,183 individuals who completed the Tribe Mascot Search feedback survey. We appreciate your support and look forward to reading through ALL of your comments and impressions about the Griffin, the King and Queen, the Phoenix, the Pug and the Wren. Go Tribe! – Susan T. Evans

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The members of William & Mary’s Wesley Foundation decided to get in on the fun and come up with a mascot of their own. The Wesley Foundation is the United Methodist campus ministry at the College. In a move that parallels the W&M Mascot search, the Wesley Foundation’s mascot search is underway and they recently [...]

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When you unveil drawings of five mascot finalists after months of waiting, it’s difficult to get people to read the text that surrounds the images you present. One item of importance is that the sketches of the five finalists represent concepts for five mascot possibilities. I’ve been carefully reading all of the comments, ideas and [...]

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Ebirt has something to say.

William & Mary’s mascot emeritus spoke out recently about the Tribe mascot search. Read Ebirt’s blog post. Enjoy, – Susan T. Evans

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Professor Katherine Kulick was kind enough to send me a link to a blog post from The Chronicle of Higher Education. The post could serve as useful data for a mascot search committee. Entitled “When Picking Mascots, Go Inanimate,” the post provides evidence that teams with inanimate mascots have a higher percentage of victories. I [...]

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