Alisan VanFleet

Alisan VanFleet
  • Class of 2010

About Alisan VanFleet

I spent three years frolicking between Blair Hall and Morton Hall getting my Government and History majors out of the way. Before I ventured south on I-95 and crossed the Mason-Dixon line, I spent my time in a small town in Pennsylvania where I grew up in a very Brady-Bunch-like family of three boys and three girls.

I spent a semester abroad at St Andrews University in Scotland. It was absolutely fantastic and solidified my not-so-secret wish to live life as a Disney Princess or a heroine in a Jane Austen novel. But when I was at W&M I spent time giving tours, singing in an a cappella group, writing for the student newspaper, volunteering at a local elementary school, looking at the stars at Lake Matoaka and finding a million other ways to avoid studying at Swem.

Posts by Alisan VanFleet

All good things… you know the rest.

I'm sure we can all agree that throughout our years together at this extraordinary place, our minds have rapidly expanded.  We read, we write,

Fully engaged in Williamsburg.

I'm not talking diamonds here, so don't get too excited. However, being fully engaged in a W&M lifestyle and the Williamsburg Community makes for

Law School

For all of you high schoolers who like to argue and watch way too much Law & Order, know now that  you can't major in pre-law

W&M > UVA

Oh. My. Gosh. My prediction for a Tribe victory came true! We beat UVA on Saturday, 26-14 and I don't think I've been this

Twenty-first Birthdays and Back!

My roommate, Shannon, turned 21 a few weeks ago. Now, 21st birthdays, being the last of the most important birthdays of your life cannot be ignored.

Little Sisters

My two little sisters are growing up. Fast. Yesterday, the fifteen-year-old one added me as a friend on Facebook. Once upon a time, Facebook was

A Second Home

The other night, I drove back from Bethany Beach, DE, where I spent the not-so-sunny but otherwise wonderful weekend with one of my best

Ode to Professors

I love love LOVE W&M professors. You'd hear all about them on a visit, how they're engaged with the students and everyday go above and beyond the

Bonnie, bonnie Scotland

This spring, I spent the semester at St. Andrews University in Scotland, living in a dorm room with a view of the North Sea