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Food for Thought

“In retrospect, it wasn’t the best idea to put Washington in the title,” our speaker told us last Friday. John Williamson, an economist, had

#tbt: My Quest to be the Ideaman

A quick note: In honor of #throwbackThursdays, I am posting my college application essay as I’ve now come to the half point in my

How to Eat Like a Local in Williamsburg

Fall is a fantastic time to visit and take a tour of William & Mary as well as Williamsburg in general. However, it’s important to

Sweaters & Surprises

As of last night, it is officially fall in Williamsburg! In celebration, I’ve treated myself to pumpkin coffee from Aromas and a few oversized

Books and Interns

Just a short walk from the W&M in Washington Office is the Middle East Institute. Located in a townhouse that dates to the 19th

“If You Spend Too Much Time Thinking About a Thing, You’ll Never Get It Done”

The title of this blog could not be more accurate.  I’ve spent a lot of time sitting at my computer wondering how in the

Welcome to Washington

If you had told me that I would get to have frozen yogurt with a former ambassador on my first day at the Middle

10 Unconventional Things I Love about William & Mary

While everyone has heard about the fantastic walk through the Wren Building at Convocation, our amazingly knowledgeable and helpful professors, and the feeling of true community

Roots & Branches

It’s barely three weeks into my sophomore year, and William & Mary students are cooking on all burners. Interest meetings, concerts, showcases, fundraisers—the amount