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Why Peer Advising?

“Knowing the value of people sharing their experiences is what drives me to be a peer advisor.” -Caroline Kirk ‘21 There are so many

Lessons Learned

My final week at William & Mary was a whirlwind of graduation festivities. On the last day of classes, my friends and I lined

Mental Health Conditions Are Real Health Conditions

It is widely accepted that if you have a health problem, you would see a medical professional who specializes in that problem’s proper treatment.

When Things Turn Grim at Crim Dell

Crim Dell is an iconic little pond tucked away in a forest glade in the middle of William & Mary’s campus. Its arched wooden

“Misleading” Honorary Organizations

The pressure is almost over for William & Mary admissions. Students in the whereabouts accumulated their honors to heighten their chances of being admitted.

Commencement from the Eyes of a Volunteer

For the past year and a half, I have whipped in a golf cart across campus as an employee for Student Accessibility Services to

Hard to Say Goodbye

It’s that time of the year again: graduation is around the corner. A new group of twamps will receive their diplomas and proudly step

The Great Outdoors

One of my favorite things about William & Mary is all of the green space on and around campus. For me, spending time outside

Half and Half

At the end of my first year at William & Mary, I had this strange realization that I had completed half of my time