Beth Mahalak

Beth Mahalak
  • Class of 2009
  • Hometown: Panama City, FL

About Beth Mahalak

So here are the facts!:

I’m from Panama City, FL and I really love living close to the beaches and water! I was an English major and I plan on taking my degree into a publishing/editing graduate program.

I really loved being a student at William and Mary and getting to spend most of the year living in Williamsburg. The people here are amazing and the whole experience is exciting.

Other than that, I love eating ice cream with peanut butter and watching the Disney Channel (when no one else is around of course!). More than anything, I love spending time with my friends, relaxing, and making the most of everything!

Posts by Beth Mahalak

King and Queens

If you were walking past the sunken gardens today, you would notice a rather large structure taking up about half of the field that

Alumni, free coffee, dance shows, and sketch comedy

A bunch of the interns from this past summer met in the Admissions Office this morning and it wasn't long before our conversation turned

Decision Time!

Working in the admissions office is a bit of an exhausting job at the moment!  I really have no right to complain as I'm

Sunburns and Snowflakes

So, not to rub it in or anything, but as I was waking up to another day of sun and beach in FL, my

Spring Break!!!

As much as my friends and I try to stop ourselves from pointing it out, its hard not to recognize all of the "this

Miles and Miles and Miles and Miles….

I bet you wouldn't think that hundreds of people would willingly subject themselves to a 13.1 mile run on a Saturday afternoon.  At the

Favorite Philanthropy!

One of the great things about the  Greek system is the many philanthropic causes that are represented.  Each sorority or fraternity is associated with

The “Random 25” Fad

So, I am sure almost everyone has either written or read one of the "25 Random Things About Me" lists that people are putting

So Much More Than A Class

First, let me preface this with a disclaimer:   I've always enjoyed school.  Not in the kindergarten-everything-is-happy-kinda way that you grow out of when you