Ryan Eickel

Ryan Eickel
  • Hometown: Germantown, MD
  • Major(s): Class of 2010

About Ryan Eickel

Campus Activities: Student Assembly Senator, Freshmen Orientation Aide, Council for Fraternity Affairs Community Service Chairman, Office of Admission Tour Guide

Favorite Spot: My favorite spot on campus is definitely the front entrance to ancient campus. This is such a unique spot because it’s where Colonial Williamsburg meets the College. If you take a seat on the weathered brick walls that border campus, you’re able to see the Wren Building, the President’s house, and Duke of Gloucester (DoG) Street. It’s the perfect place for studying, taking a break, and people watching. You’re bound to not only see students but also tourists and colonial reenactors. In short, it’s a spot that embodies everything that is special about the College!

Posts by Ryan Eickel

Running a Marathon is A Lot like College

After nearly three months of training, I successfully completed the Walt Disney World Marathon on January 10, 2010. It was a phenomenal experience, and it has

A William and Mary Semester in 5 Minutes

Hey Everyone! I hope you are all doing well and enjoying the start of the holiday season. I am so glad that I finally have the

A Look Back at Summer 2009

Well, summer has officially come to an end. My internship in the Admission Office concluded last Friday, and I've now started Orientation Aide (OA) training. After

Churning butter and forging metal? Not so much.

When you think of Williamsburg, what is the first thing that comes to your mind? If you said colonial history, you're not alone. Many people imagine

A New Kind of Race for Lance

This has been a great weekend for me. On Friday, I headed to Richmond with my good friends Jay and Ross to visit Skyler, another friend

Taking Movie-Going to an Entirely New Level

I cannot believe it is already almost August. Where has the summer gone? I feel like this is something I say every year, but it

Sir Christopher Wren and 5 Other Little Known Facts about the College

At the beginning of every tour, I bring prospective students and their family members through the Christopher Wren building-the oldest academic building in continuous use in

Judge Sotomayor: A New Hero for Juvenile Diabetics

If you have been reading the newspaper or watching the news, you probably know that the Senate Judiciary Committee began hearings this week to confirm Judge

It’s all about the People

At the end of every interview with a prospective student, I give the interviewee an opportunity to ask me questions about my experience at William and