Katie Kellenberger '16

Katie Kellenberger '16
  • Washington, DC

About Katie Kellenberger '16

After graduating in 2016 with a B.A. in Sociology and Government, Katie moved to D.C. to begin her post-undergrad life. Though she intends on heading to grad school in a few years, Katie is enjoying working as a journalist at a small trade publication and day dreaming about the day she gets to meet Anderson Cooper.

While at William & Mary, she was in the Intonations a capella group, part of Pi Beta Phi and wrote for the Flat Hat. During the summer between her sophomore and junior years, Katie took part in the D.C. Summer Institute for New Media (where she got this rad writing gig) and would eventually make her way back to the Washington Center during her senior year for the Winter Seminar program.

In the summer of 2015, she fulfilled her dream of studying abroad by going to Goa, India, and loved every second of it. Katie hopes you enjoy her blog posts as much as she enjoys writing them!

Posts by Katie Kellenberger '16

Nobody Puts Baby in a Corner

Even if you’re not willing to admit it, being an upperclassman in college makes everyone feel a little more important. You’re experienced in studying

Welcome to the Jungle

Hello lovely William & Mary (et al) community! I hope everyone is having a great summer, and not melting in the heat like I

“Just Do It and Eventually the Confidence Will Follow”

With finals at W&M coming up, I though I’d talk about something all the students are probably experiencing: anxiety. I’m not sure if I’ve

Vacation, All I Ever Wanted

A few months ago I got a text from my sorority little, a senior at William & Mary, asking me if I wanted to

Sick in the City

My mom likes to describe me as an over achiever in all aspects of life, especially when it comes to getting sick. When I

A few things I’ve learned

Hey William & Mary world, it’s been a while! Let me catch you up on a few things. In May I graduated from W&M—which

How Lucky Am I

I’ve never been a particularly emotional person. Traditions don’t bring a tear to my eye and goodbyes don’t require a whole box of tissues.

“Do One Thing Every Day That Scares You”

What. A. Break. This winter break takes the cake for busiest time of the year. After classes ended I dove right into holiday prepping.

“I am Thankful that Thorns Have Roses”

In the spirit of the upcoming holiday (which actually isn’t Christmas, despite what the radio is playing and the decorations already consuming literally every