British Embassy, Der Spiegel, and Lunch with Rector

Friday January 9th was a particularly hectic day for the U.S. Politics class; we had a set agenda to visit and meet with people

Speed Networking: “Fake It ‘Til You Make It”

January 8, 2015: Thursday Evening After another heavy day of site visits and discussion, we had a little under an hour to prep for

Capitol Hill Day

Thursday January 8th was a very busy and important day for the U.S. Politics class. In the morning we met with Representative Rob Wittman,

Considering a Consulting Career?

Wednesday January 7th the U.S. Politics and the World class met with four consultants: Karsten Thot (business manager for Dexis), Lauren E. Hoy (consultant

Day 6 of 10: A Sustainable, Happy Life

January 8, 2015 We rode in a car today…and it was good. Parking, on the other hand, was terrible. Shuffling into the lobby of

USTR and Climate Change

Tuesday January 6th was a splendid day because while it was rainy outside, the class was able to stay inside the W&M office. Instead

The Miracle of My Kindness

The following is what I wrote for a magazine who heard of my story and requested a small, self-written feature.  I wove my macro-level story

Eco Spotlight: VIMS Assistant Professor David Kaplan

Sustainability often gets a dirty (and incorrect) reputation for being soft and theoretical. Few disprove this theory like David Kaplan, who translated his advanced

Day 5 of 10: A New Pledge of Quality

January 7, 2015 The site visit of today was Langley High School. If you’re unfamiliar with the DMV area, like myself, Langley is one