Sofia Chabolla

Sofia Chabolla
  • Class of 2014
  • Hometown: Jacksonville, FL

About Sofia Chabolla

Hi everyone! My name is Sofia Chabolla. I was an out of state student in the class of 2014 from Jacksonville, Florida. I was an English & Art History double major with big dreams in book publishing and so many more extracurricular activities than necessary.

On campus, I was a member of Alma Mater Productions (AMP) – William & Mary’s event programming organization; Alpha Phi Omega (APO) the national service fraternity; Catholic Campus Ministries; “Spirit of the Living Watching” – a new Art History campus publication; as well as an intern at the Muscarelle Museum of Art.

Through this blog I have shared some of my experiences from being a member of the Tribe including the ups and downs of college life from living in flooding freshman dorms, studying abroad in Florence, Italy, experiencing Homecoming for the first time, and stressing through Spring registration. I feel so lucky to call William & Mary my college and my home!

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Admitted Class of 2018, Congratulations on your admission to William & Mary! Now that you have received your wonderful and exciting emails from the

Looking Back on a Summer as a Senior Interviewer

I’m having a hard time comprehending that this week marks my last week as a senior interviewer at the W&M Office of Undergraduate Admission.

Orientation is Coming…

To all incoming students – Freshmen & Transfers: By now you have all received your housing assignments and roommates. I hope you are all

A Balanced and Healthy Lifestyle

This morning, the Muscarelle Museum interns took a field trip to the Office of Health Promotion in the W&M Campus Center to talk to

Work Hard, Play Hard.

Work Hard, Play Hard. Pretty much the DEN mantra here at the Muscarelle Museum of Art. (DEN: Development, Education, & New Media) This summer

Spirit of the Living Watching : W&M’s First Art History Publication

Before coming back to school this past winter, I was sitting at my laptop taking a break from writing summer internship applications and cover

Spring Registration

Registration Week is upon us again, everyone. It’s that hectic time of year when we plan what we want our schedule to be the

12 Things I Learned Abroad

I wish I could have had internet access to blog during my time abroad this summer in Florence. But unfortunately, internet access was hard

Welcome Class of 2015!

Hi everyone! Guess what? The Day for Admitted Students is this Saturday! I wanted to write a special welcome to the newest admitted members