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Walking through Wren with the Spotswood Society

The Sir Christopher Wren Building is an iconic symbol at William & Mary. Built between 1695 and 1700, it is the oldest college building

Vocation, Capacity, Community Part One

When I talk about vocation with students, I often describe it as the overlap between what you want and are equipped to do and

Demystifying Academic Life for a Graduate Student

I spent my last two posts reflecting on volunteer and professional development opportunities that have contributed to my graduate student experience at William &

Blast from the Past: The NIAHD Program

On a sunny afternoon in Colonial Williamsburg, William & Mary students can be spotted all along Duke of Gloucester Street, Colonial Williamsburg’s main thoroughfare.

Fall-ing in love with W&M

Happy almost Thanksgiving! It definitely feels like fall here in Williamsburg. The leaves are falling, the air is crisp and the dining halls are

Aromas: More than a Coffeeshop

One of my favorite parts about living so close to Colonial Williamsburg is the eclectic, locally owned Aromas Coffeehouse. My favorite drinks and foods

Full Moon & Full Circle

Happy Halloween, everyone! This is my favorite holiday, so naturally, I celebrated by doing the spookiest thing I can think of: registering for my last semester

Autumn in the ‘Burg!

I think it’s safe to say that autumn has finally arrived in Williamsburg! Temperatures are starting to dip below 70 degrees, the leaves are

The Brafferton Indian School at William & Mary

As we stand on the cusp of yet another Homecoming & we look forward to the bright future ahead of this illustrious institution, as