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“You learn something from everything you get into.”

Usually I spend my summers stacking up educational books to read by the pool and then switch them out for The Hunger Games or

The Letter Grade Function & The Power of Quizlet

After one, maybe two semesters at William & Mary, a student should come to the understanding that an A grade here takes much more

The Power of Teamwork: How I Know I’m Heading Down the Right Career Path

When I was in high school (and up to this point in college) all my school work had been rather lonely. In high school,

The Value of Vinyl

I got my first turntable when I was 13 years old, but it’s only now dawning on me how the medium had avoided technological

The One With All the Facebook

One of my favorite questions to ask in an interview is the uninvention question – “throughout history, there have been a lot of inventions

Technology in the Classroom

As college students in the 21st century, I think we can all agree how vital technology and the Internet has been to shaping our

Inside Miller Hall

Today, my schedule for the Fall 2012 semester was created! I am really excited to be taking six business courses towards my Accounting major.

Earth Structure & Dynamics: Dreaming in 3D

One of the courses I am teaching this term is Earth Structure & Dynamics (GEOL 323), a second-level geology course, and a required class

Swem Stress Relief Center

What? There is one of those? I know it’s hard to believe because stress lives on all three floors of Swem Library, especially the