My story, By Ka’miya Gunn ’19

Guest Blogger Ka’miya Gunn shares her gift for poetry and music as part of an oral presentation for the DC Summer Institute.  My story  Takin’

Legacy Speeches as Oral Presentation – Bill Bearden ’19

Guest blogger Bill Bearden shares wisdom on what he’d like to pursue as his life well lived. This speech is part of a class

A Major Dilemma: Anthropology

At William & Mary, students may choose to major in anthropology, which will earn them a Bachelor of Arts, or minor. In order to

Fun in the Sun: DC Summer Institute

Hey everyone, Corinne here again. The American Politics Institute has wrapped up its second week of intense discussions on polarization, and with that, the class portion

No More Dead Zones: My Journey to the Fight for Climate Justice

I remember the first time we sailed through a “dead zone”.  I remember the dark red color of the water and the smell of

Skerries and Moraines: W&M Geology in Norway

The Geology 310 course has been in Norway for nearly a week, and we are enjoying the diverse terrain of the Lofoten Islands. The

Dropping Out to Join the Military

Allow me to preface this article by stating I do not plan to join the military anytime soon, however, my recent exposure to the

A Major Dilemma: American Studies

William & Mary has over forty undergraduate programs you can choose to major or minor in. As a well-rounded liberal arts student, it can

DC Summer Institute: Hello from Sheng

Hello y’all! My name is Sheng, I am a rising sophomore at the DC Summer Institute on Leadership and Community Engagement (LCE). I’m also