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Advice from a (somewhat) recent graduate

The first time I felt old, like really old, was when I met about twenty William & Mary students on the steps of the

Time Flies When You’re Having Fun

Earlier this year I made a promise to myself to be more timely with my posts.  I wanted to carve out an hour a

An Adventure in DC: Brunch and Gardens Edition

I am really fortunate that I have some truly spectacular roommates who are also fellows in the DCSI program. Not only are they great

Shadowing on Capitol Hill

One of my favorite aspects of the WMDCSI (William & Mary DC Summer Institutes) program is the mentorship program. As a DCSI Fellow you

WMDCSI: The First Two Weeks

I love the news. Whether it is scrolling through Twitter for headlines, catching a morning broadcast, or picking up the occasional print newspaper, I

Green Festival 2015

This weekend (June 5 – 7), DC Convention Center is hosting the Green Festival Expo!!! The festival is jam-packed with sustainability and green living

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

Meet Transfer Intern Cassidy

Hey prospective transfers, friends, family, transfer blog enthusiasts!  When I was applying to transfer to W&M, I checked the blog constantly, so now, as