Don’t Stress: What to do While You Wait for Decision Letters

I remember waiting for a decision letter from William & Mary and feeling anxious. I also remember all the things I could have been doing

Senior Year Reflections

I spent the other night out late “studying” with a friend who is a fellow transfer student and a fellow senior. I say studying

LinkedIn & Libraries

Hello world! It is hard (for me) to believe, but we are quickly approaching the halfway point of my last semester of undergrad! The

Over Nottoway Falls

Another glorious February weekend, and I was off, once again, to the field with my research students. On this trip we returned to the

Admission Interview Tips

Last week, I talked about the optional interviews with the Office of Undergraduate Admission. These interviews are not required but they are recommended. If

Sharing Your Passions

Passionate is a word I often use to describe the students at William & Mary. Their passion can vary from academics, to politics, to

Power-washing the Paleozoic Petersburg Pluton

300 million years ago, vast quantities of magma intruded the Earth’s crust deep beneath what would one day become Richmond, Virginia. The magma that

Walking through Wren with the Spotswood Society

The Sir Christopher Wren Building is an iconic symbol at William & Mary. Built between 1695 and 1700, it is the oldest college building

324 years of celebration

This past weekend W&M celebrated its 324th birthday — a feat mostly unmatched by modern universities. Charter Day asks us to consider our Charter that