Evette Becker

Evette Becker
  • Hometown: Forest, VA
  • Major(s): Psychology / Minor: Music

About Evette Becker

Campus Activities

Resident Assistant, Passing Notes (all-female a cappella group), Multicultural Ambassador Council

Favorite Spot

Located near the back of Old Campus is a tree that a majority of the student body refers to as the “funky tree.” For some reason, unbeknown to me, it is a misshapen tree with one large, twisty branch close enough to the ground that it acts as a natural bench. To me, this tree is a physical representation of my experience at the College because it is directly in front of Jefferson Hall (a residence hall that I was an RA in the summer of 2010), behind Ewell (the home of the music department aka were I spent a majority of my campus life), and it is the embodiment of the W&M ideals of processing unique qualities and accessibility to those who wish to seek it out (or in my case sat on it).

Posts by Evette Becker

It All Starts with a Smile

Breath in, breath out. Okay…one more breath. Now smile, extend hand, look them in the eye and say “Hello, my name is…” These were

Four Years

Throughout all the interviews I have done, I’ve noticed one commonality among them: “junior year was HARD!” And honestly, junior year of high school

The Ultimate Question

As a student interviewer for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, I have heard several different questions from curious prospective students. A few weeks ago,

A New Source of Caffeine

This summer I’ve taken it upon myself to be ridiculous by working two jobs, making it so that I am working seven days a

Writer’s ‘Blo’g

Have you ever experienced that feeling of empty thought: the sensation of having something to say and then not being able to express it

W&M at 9:30

I’m walking down a set of stairs into a dimly lit tunnel, slightly confused, with a ticket in my hand. I finally make it

The Top 5 Things to Know When Living With a Roommate

This summer, for the first time in a year, I have the privilege of living with two roommates. Growing up as an only child,