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TWT FIVE WILLIAM & MARY MASCOT CANDIDATES
William & Mary unveiled five finalists for its new mascot with a Jan. 7 deadline for feedback. Here’s how we rank them:
1. King and Queen — Two are better than one, and the idea is more rooted in the school’s history than the other choices.
2. Wren — One of many bird submissions, this comes with a nod to history — the Wren building is the oldest college building in the country.
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