Day 10 of 10: The Power of a Teacher

January 12, 2015: Our Last Lecture “I know one thing I won’t miss—the Vornado. It’s like you’re walking and walking and still not there.” Today

Day 9 of 10: Sleep-In Sunday

January 11, 2015: The Blessed Day Off **cue The Lazy Song by Bruno Mars** Mai (my delightful Japanese roommate) and I had one goal

Day 8 of 10: Sweatpants Saturday

January 10, 2015 As the title implies, we didn’t have to dress business casual-formal today. The simple freedom of knowing our pristine business clothes

Engage! The StudentImpact Series, Part 1

When I tell classmates or locals about my political action committee, The StudentImpact, they jokingly ask for my age. After all, how many twenty

Decoding the Cypher

We Admit It!  There are some applications, actually many applications, which absolutely knock our socks off.  Each and every cycle we continue to marvel

Mount William & Mary, Really?

Last week William & Mary News published a story about a second campaign to officially name a peak in the Rocky Mountains of central

Day 7 of 10: It’s Everyone’s Problem

Friday, January 9, 2015 Today was jam packed with site visits to the US Senate, Teach For America (TFA) who catered Cosi for us,

The Road to the Moho

I spent last week in the Sultanate of Oman, working with my colleague Professor Anne Rasmussen to setup a William & Mary study abroad

Last Day: Immigration Reform, the Tea Party, and an Amazing Dinner

Monday January 12th marked the last day of the W&M DC Winter in Washington Seminar; the program went by so fast! It was a