Kaveh Sadeghian

Kaveh Sadeghian
  • Class of 2012
  • Hometown: Oakland, NJ
  • Major(s): International Public Health

About Kaveh Sadeghian

My name’s Kaveh Sadeghian and I’m originally from Jersey, which contrary to popular belief, is not that “dirty.” However, in Jersey, cars don’t stop for every pedestrian and 300-year-old buildings aren’t around every corner. That’s why there’s Williamsburg, VA.

Anyway, when I wasn’t blogging or walking around town like a tourist, I was a tour guide, a member of an a cappella group on campus, a Sharpe Community Scholar (aka “Sharpie”), and, of course, a student.

I loved life on campus. Between the almost weekly dance parties at the frats, grotesquely late-night Wawa sandwich runs and those infamous “swemming” sessions, I learned to enjoy this campus for all it’s worth.

Other fun facts: Salt and vinegar chips are my comfort food. I really like being by a window during thunderstorms, but I bug out if I’m actually outside. I base many of my decisions on a coin-flip.

Posts by Kaveh Sadeghian

W&M: The [Noun] I Never Knew

So, I’ve been meaning to update this blog for a long, long, long time, and didn’t know how to jumpstart my blogging career again.

Nape kampe ak Ayiti

Nape kampe ak Ayiti. It means “We stand with Haiti” in Haitian Creole, and it’s the slogan for the “William & Mary Supports Haiti” student organization

William & Mary v2.0

Alas, I can finally say I’ve settled into school... a whole month later. Sophomore year has proven to be as exciting as freshmen year. It’s a

Mi experiencia de W&M continúa…

Okay, I'm going to be straight with you. I've been procrastinating about writing this blog for quite sometime now. Like maybe 3 weeks. It's not that

Getting into a car with a stranger was the best thing I’ve ever done.

Okay, so here’s a disclaimer. This is the longest blog I’ve written yet, mostly because it’s about the absolute most ridiculous thing that’s happened to me

8 Weeks Ago…

It’s hard to believe that the year is coming to an end already. It’s the final countdown before the last day of classes and

A “Typical” Weekend at William & Mary

The title lies. There’s no such thing as a typical weekend at W&M. Don’t believe me? Well, the other weekend, I stayed up overnight with

Pavaraccia

"Pavaraccia" (pronounced Pa-Var-Asha). To me, it sounds like an exotic jewel that's so big it could eat the diamond Rose stupidly threw over the

The Story of Steve the Naïve

Here's a story about Steve. He is naive. He's an incoming freshman and doesn't really know what to bring with him. So, he brings