Hurrication at William & Mary: from Gloria to Florence

Last week William & Mary closed up shop and students were sent packing due to the threat from Hurricane Florence. This semester I’m teaching

Learning to listen: Community engagement in Uganda

Once upon a time, along the banks of the Zambezi River, a development project focused on tomato cultivation failed hilariously when just as they

Three Hidden Gems at W&M

The terrace. The Daily Grind. The Sunken Garden. Massage chairs on the first floor of Swem. Puppy hour during finals. These and many more

Up, Up and Away

Summer is over. Although the astronomical summer lasts until the autumnal equinox in late September, and the meteorological summer has a few more days

Why Freshman Move-In is Like Jedi Training

You may be wondering about the title for this post- it does seem a little out there. If you have seen Star Wars, you

A Look Inside: International Freshman Advantage Program

The first two weeks of my summer vacation consisted of business professional outfit shopping to prepare for my internship, and countless dinner dates with

5 Tips for Surviving the First Week

1. Participate in orientation activities New student orientation can sometimes feel like an intense session of summer camp. I spent my first days at

Hike & Seek: The Global Search for Happiness  

Guest blogger Cameron How ’20 provides a reflection on ten timeless life lessons based on his time walking the Camino as part of a

Advice from a Senior Interviewer

Choosing a School I Admit It! When I was in your shoes in the college admission and application process, I had every idea of