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Progress in Chaguite?

Chaguite, Nicaragua, March 8, 2015.  Today is the opening community meeting for this year’s project trip.  The meeting is scheduled for 2pm.  Dr. Kenneth

An ode

Cuje is a mystery: her treasures are few and oddly concentrated; resource-brokers played favorites, inequalities reinforced by good intentions are sustaining injustice, sustaining need; years

Sunny Sunken Days

This spring is my first at William & Mary, and I had a lot of expectations. The best pictures of W&M seem to be with bright blue

Springtime in Colonial Williamsburg

William & Mary in the winter is magical, from the frost-covered Crim Dell bridge to Grand Illumination in Colonial Williamsburg, where holiday lights make

Veterans Writing Group: Similar Decisions, Different Circumstances

The following is my latest short writing from the Veterans Writing Group meeting held at William & Mary today. Read more about the Veterans

Authentic engagement and undergraduate research

Working side-by-side with residents of Chaguite, Nicaragua and Esfuerzo, Dominican Republic, W&M students are trying to understand how communities can improve health and access

Day 10 of 10: The Power of a Teacher

January 12, 2015: Our Last Lecture “I know one thing I won’t miss—the Vornado. It’s like you’re walking and walking and still not there.” Today

Engage! The StudentImpact Series, Part 1

When I tell classmates or locals about my political action committee, The StudentImpact, they jokingly ask for my age. After all, how many twenty

Day 7 of 10: It’s Everyone’s Problem

Friday, January 9, 2015 Today was jam packed with site visits to the US Senate, Teach For America (TFA) who catered Cosi for us,