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No More Dead Zones: My Journey to the Fight for Climate Justice

I remember the first time we sailed through a “dead zone”.  I remember the dark red color of the water and the smell of

Reading Between the Lines

I sat in the courtyard at the School of Education with my two best friends from graduate school on either side of me, the

I’ve Got Company

In about a week, I’ll be walking through the Wren Building one final time as a student. This time will be my second since

“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

A Decade After Deciding

Tomorrow I am presenting a session on community engagement at Day for Admitted Students. I will also be celebrating ten years since I decided

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

Long Live Yule Log

One of my favorite William & Mary traditions is Yule Log. To be frank, Yule Log was one of my favorite traditions before I