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The Rising Tide – VIMS’s CCRM

One of the biggest obstacles when it comes to implementing sustainable collective action is overcoming the different stakeholder groups’ individual claims for the “best”

Rituals in Military Service

The haircut – a high and tight fade with a #1 on the sides and #5 on the top slightly graded for bangs in

A Chill November?

The days are slowly growing colder, the sky is darkening earlier, and the deadlines for final papers are growing closer and closer, but I

Eco Spotlight: VIMS Assistant Professor Matt Kirwan

Most William & Mary undergrads spend their time shut up in Swem library or lounging on the Sunken Garden. Matt Kirwan spent his time

Past Failure Drives Future Excellence

Imagine you are a gatekeeper of opportunity, whether that be a manager of some kind, an administrator who decides which applicants attend your program

A Capitol Time

“Hey guys,” I said, “we’re literally running for Congress! Get it? We’re running towards the Capitol and that’s where Congress meets…” “We get it

Observations from an Election Officer

It was 4:38 in the morning when I pulled in to the United Methodist Church parking lot. Outside was still dark, with no traces

Here & Now

The other day, I received a strange request on Facebook: a friend had invited me to like a fan page for…himself? It’s early November,

First EcoAmbassador Blog of Fall 2014!

I have, I think, spent more time agonizing over writing than actually writing at all. Whether it is a school assignment, a card to