Sarah Nicholas

Sarah Nicholas
  • Class of 2015
  • Hometown: Virginia Beach, VA
  • Major(s): Business

About Sarah Nicholas

Sarah is currently a senior at the College and is pursuing a major in Process Management & Consulting with a concentration in Marketing and a minor in Music. Originally from Virginia Beach, VA, she graduated from the Governor’s School for the Arts, a music intensive program for high school students.

On campus, she is the Director of Reveille A Cappella and the Vice President of Academic Excellence for her sorority, Kappa Kappa Gamma. She spent the Spring '13 semester in Washington, DC, as part of the W&M in DC program, where she interned at the Kennedy Center. She is a Monroe Scholar and is currently working on her senior Monroe project on pitch precision and accuracy.

Sarah is spending the summer in Cooperstown, NY, interning for the Glimmerglass Festival in their Artistic Administration department.

Posts by Sarah Nicholas

Summer Camp for Grown-Ups

Allow me to apologize for my radio silence; since my last entry, I have wrapped up my junior year at the College and have

In Response: One Tribe

I was linked to this article through Facebook, through mutual friends of mutual friends – there’s always less than seven degrees of separation between

Notes from my semester in the Business “block”

I just finished my first semester at the Mason School of Business in the core curriculum classes lovingly referred to as the “block”. It

Time scales everything

I had the pleasure of being at an intimate dinner party with Bob Simon, an extraordinary man of whom, quite frankly, I had never

Summer in Vienna – no, not in Austria… in Virginia!

I’m not one to usually brag, but I think it’s fair enough to say I have the best summer internship of everyone I know


This week, I sat in on and conducted interviews for the first time. One common trend: dead silences. I was shocked at the number

District of [Columbia] Cupcakes!

I set a goal for myself this semester: to eat at as many of the local cupcake shops as possible. Each neighborhood is home

Campus Culture Shock

I’ve made two weekend mini-pilgrimages back to campus since I arrived in Washington DC, the first for a cappella auditions and the second to

Lessons well learned

It’s hard to believe that a third of the semester has flown by. After endless metro rides, museum detours, and fascinating classes, the transition