Overheard in Transfer Committee – The Academic Turn Around

We Admit It!  It’s time to turn our attention to transfers.  We know you’ve been patiently waiting, and the time has finally arrived.  We

Dinwiddie 3rd

Freshman year is a year that I will absolutely never forget. Before the first day of Orientation, I was a little worried about living

The Transfer Card

When you’re already in a routine studying at another four-year institution, deciding to transfer is a very personal decision that can take a lot

The Freshman Dorm Experience

Sure, moving across the country was a little scary. Being that far away from all of my friends and family made me nervous. The

Hidden Gems

William & Mary has one of the most beautiful campuses I have ever seen; a quick campus tour will show you everything from stunning brick

The Secretly Fascinating Lives of the Tribe

The stats don’t lie, but they don’t tell the whole truth either. I’ve read them on William & Mary’s website dozens of times. What the

Hungry in the ‘Burg

I’m a big fan of the dining halls on campus, mainly because they make it so easy to run into and catch up with

Progress in Chaguite?

Chaguite, Nicaragua, March 8, 2015.  Today is the opening community meeting for this year’s project trip.  The meeting is scheduled for 2pm.  Dr. Kenneth

An ode

Cuje is a mystery: her treasures are few and oddly concentrated; resource-brokers played favorites, inequalities reinforced by good intentions are sustaining injustice, sustaining need; years