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Staying Active as a Non-Student Athlete

When I first transferred to William & Mary, a lot of my focus was on my academic work, community service and campus involvement. While

10 Reasons to Join the Class of 2021

Anxious: the best word to describe high school seniors who anticipate letters from universities of their dreams. April 1st: the day by which William

Traditions

William & Mary is rich with history. Walking through the campus can bring you back in time. This is also helped by seeing people

Revolution, Jane Austen, and Kayaking 101

As you may have guessed from the seemingly random title of this blog post, I’ve taken a wide variety of unique and interesting classes

Why William and Mary? More fun facts!

Dear procrastinators who are still wrapping up their applications and early birds who might be anxiously waiting for the decisions, here are some nontraditional

Senior Year Reflections

I spent the other night out late “studying” with a friend who is a fellow transfer student and a fellow senior. I say studying

Sharing Your Passions

Passionate is a word I often use to describe the students at William & Mary. Their passion can vary from academics, to politics, to

Walking through Wren with the Spotswood Society

The Sir Christopher Wren Building is an iconic symbol at William & Mary. Built between 1695 and 1700, it is the oldest college building

324 years of celebration

This past weekend W&M celebrated its 324th birthday — a feat mostly unmatched by modern universities. Charter Day asks us to consider our Charter that