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My name is Harsha, and I am taking a gap semester.

When I first thought of this title, I was really impressed with myself. So, I decided to share my ingenious and creative title with

The Next Big Thing

Since I’ve been in DC I’ve come across good food, great drinks, and even better experiences. Having your twenty-first birthday two days after you start a W&M program in DC could either be trouble, or the

Students Thriving in D.C.

After a quick 4 weeks in the professional field, the Leadership & Community Engagement Institute shares stories worth reading! Peter Kinton ’18: International Relations Major,

Ticket to Paradise – Research Abroad

Each summer AidData – a research and innovation lab at W&M – sends students abroad to work with local organizations on research driven projects.

The Long and Winding Road: The Geology 310 Field Course 2016

I’ve just returned from our 2.5-week field course in the Southwestern United States. The 2016 version of Geology 310 started and finished in Las

William & Mary Welcomes 2016 Summer Students to America’s Capital City

My name is Kady Kriner and I am a 2016 DCSI student. For those of you who do not know about DCSI, it is

Comfortably Disoriented in the Blue Ridge Mountains

Note: this post was written last September after the Fall 2015 Geology Department field trip, however it never got posted. As the Spring semester

Resurrecting the Reef: Undergrad’s research goes global

Kharis Schrage, a junior here at William & Mary, works in the the Allen Lab where she studies delicate marine invertebrates called hemichordates (a

A Hard Freeze in the Basement: The Earth Structure & Dynamics Field Trip 2016

The Earth Structure & Dynamics class field trip is an annual rite of spring; when early April arrives it’s time for our weekend trip