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The Transfer Card

When you’re already in a routine studying at another four-year institution, deciding to transfer is a very personal decision that can take a lot

The Secretly Fascinating Lives of the Tribe

The stats don’t lie, but they don’t tell the whole truth either. I’ve read them on William & Mary’s website dozens of times. What the

What Moves Me to Move Others

The following is a transcript of a monologue I prepared for a recent campus event called Movements during which select W&M students shared their personal

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

Day 8 of 10: Sweatpants Saturday

January 10, 2015 As the title implies, we didn’t have to dress business casual-formal today. The simple freedom of knowing our pristine business clothes

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,

Day 6 of 10: A Sustainable, Happy Life

January 8, 2015 We rode in a car today…and it was good. Parking, on the other hand, was terrible. Shuffling into the lobby of

The Miracle of My Kindness

The following is what I wrote for a magazine who heard of my story and requested a small, self-written feature.  I wove my macro-level story

Day 5 of 10: A New Pledge of Quality

January 7, 2015 The site visit of today was Langley High School. If you’re unfamiliar with the DMV area, like myself, Langley is one