Jazmine Pina

Jazmine Pina
  • Class of 2011
  • Hometown: Westchester County, NY

About Jazmine Pina

Hey Everyone! I’m from Westchester County, New York, and graduated from The Ursuline School in New Rochelle in 2007. Going from an all-girls school in New York to a public college in Virginia was definitely a huge change, but it was absolutely fantastic.

When I wasn’t blogging I was keeping busy like a TWAMP (typical William and Mary person). I was involved in the Student Assembly, our version of Student Government, our College’s service fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega, the International Relations club as the Secretary-General of next year’s Middle School Model United Nations conference, undergraduate research with a member of the Psychology department, a social sorority and I volunteered in the Undergraduate Admission Office as a tour guide and a Tribe Ambassador. Oh! And I was a student!

All in all, I have to say that through the good times and the bad times (ugh, midterm season) at the College, I loved my time here. William and Mary wasn’t the college that was on the top of my list when I was applying to schools (partially because I had never been here before I got in during April of my Senior year), but I honestly believe that it was where I was intended to be. The small size and supportive community of students let me pursue the things that I was passionate about and always knew that even with my craziest pursuits, I always had a support system to come back to.

Posts by Jazmine Pina

Spring has sprung, I’m just catching up!

Whew! Finals have gotten the best of me and I’ve been neglectful about updating, but with one test left and a free day tomorrow…it’s

“Off-campus” On-Campus Living

This semester I made the big move down Jamestown Road to the Ludwell Apartments. Ludwell is the apartment complex that is owned by the College and

I’m not the touchy-feely type…

One of the most interesting things that I've started to do this semester has been working with my Social Psychology professor, Professor Dickter, in her research

First tour!

Last semester I was picked to become one of the new tour guides for the Admission Office and while the e-mails over the break and