Hot Summer, Cool Wren, & 20 Years of the Spotswood Society

While some of the students and professors are away from campus over the summer, a small yet dedicated group of students and staff keep

Summer research – turning up the heat!

I often get asked if life at a college is slower paced during the summer. Nope! If anything, it’s our busiest time of year,

The Next Big Thing

Since I’ve been in DC I’ve come across good food, great drinks, and even better experiences. Having your twenty-first birthday two days after you start a W&M program in DC could either be trouble, or the

Reunited!

This is an ode to a canoe. A year ago today, on July 14th 2015, I abandoned my canoe in the James River at

Be Mindful

Steven was an incredible role model and mentor. I remember meeting him my freshman year when he was a graduating senior. As the president of

Summer Fun in Our Community

Summer days in Williamsburg stretch out long. The long light, slower pace, and enveloping humidity make summer a unique time to be in Williamsburg,

A Graduate’s Road Map

Seventeen hours after graduating from William & Mary, I started my first job. As the 3-day long Commencement extravaganza came to a close, I

Summer Solstice in the Field: A River on Rock

Summer is not a quiet time in the William & Mary Geology department. Pop onto the 2nd floor of McGlothlin-Street Hall this summer and you’ll

Students Thriving in D.C.

After a quick 4 weeks in the professional field, the Leadership & Community Engagement Institute shares stories worth reading! Peter Kinton ’18: International Relations Major,