Homecoming & Highlights

Many William & Mary traditions help current students bond, but Homecoming brings the past, present, and future of William & Mary together. This past

Food for Thought

“In retrospect, it wasn’t the best idea to put Washington in the title,” our speaker told us last Friday. John Williamson, an economist, had

#tbt: My Quest to be the Ideaman

A quick note: In honor of #throwbackThursdays, I am posting my college application essay as I’ve now come to the half point in my

How to Eat Like a Local in Williamsburg

Fall is a fantastic time to visit and take a tour of William & Mary as well as Williamsburg in general. However, it’s important to

Sweaters & Surprises

As of last night, it is officially fall in Williamsburg! In celebration, I’ve treated myself to pumpkin coffee from Aromas and a few oversized

Books and Interns

Just a short walk from the W&M in Washington Office is the Middle East Institute. Located in a townhouse that dates to the 19th

Early Decision is Just Around the Corner

We Admit It! October kind of snuck up on us.  Hard to believe that one month from yesterday is November 1 – the Early Decision

Field Methods 2014: Put Your Hiney in the Piney

When many of my academic colleagues (both at W&M and further afield) learn that I write a blog it is commonly followed by an

First, do no harm?

SOMOS and MANOS began in part in response to enthusiastic developments in higher education that suggested a happy confluence among the following: the energy