You, Me, and Sustainability

It seems like just yesterday that I was in 2nd grade at Arlington Science Focus School singing songs like “Swing With Me on the

ABCs & 123s

The bad news: Halfway through midterms, I already know that this semester will be an upward academic battle. Also, Hurricane Joaquin is pretty spooky.

Celebrity Is Not Goodness, Not Greatness

History is filled with people who were made celebrity. And, in modern times, within the confines of our small country, celebrity suggests greatness. All

Face to Face

We in Branch Out alternative breaks have been thick in a season of recruitment this fall, already. If you follow any of our leadership

Caffeine & Commitment

Hey everyone! The last time I wrote, I shared a guest post from my friend Hannah. I was in the middle of research and

Interviewer Fieldtrip: Makerspace Edition

Did you know there is a roller coaster on campus? Don’t get me wrong, I think many of us call W&M a magical place,

College 100 – A Name on the Wind

William & Mary’s class of 2019 is the first to embark upon the new College Curriculum. The new curriculum requires all students to complete

To All the Incoming Students Who Are Petrified

To all the incoming students who are petrified, unbelieving you’re ready for this, and just trying to make it through Orientation without crying in

In Defense of Being Alone

For the next month, I’ll be studying invasive species management in Fiji on a National Geographic Young Explorers Grant. Follow along with the journey. I