Tribe Adventure Program: Outdoor Adventure in the COVID-19 Era

By Katie Cullen ’22 COVID-19 has inspired a multitude of new hobbies amongst us all. Some of my friends have become semi-professional bakers, perfecting

What I Learned from “Teaching Race”

Continuing our commitment to anti-racist learning and action, Office of Community Engagement staff recently finished reading Teaching Race: Helping Students Unmask and Challenge Racism,

Light at the End of the Tunnel: Geological Research at Crozet’s Blue Ridge Tunnel

By Katie Lang ’18 A new trail has opened in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains — in late November, after years of work, Nelson County

Effective Communication: The Key to Fixing the Climate Crisis

By Elizabeth Ashley ’21 This semester I was given the incredible opportunity to create William & Mary’s first-ever Sustainable Living Guide! It’s been a

Fall 2020 Book Report

Those who know me personally know I love to read. I once created a Facebook album (back when those were a thing) just of

Decisions are Live! ED Edition

We Admit It! The day is finally here. Over the past few weeks, we have been busy reading your applications! We’ve loved learning all about your

The Sustainable Gift Giving Guide

By Katie Cullen ’22 ‘Tis the season of holiday and merriment. Holiday decorations and Christmas music are increasingly seeping into the streets and stores

An Unusual Holiday Season

As the holiday season approaches it is very apparent things will be different. For the first time since Covid began, I was admittedly worried

We Need to Go Deeper – the Blueschists and Eclogites of Oman

By Nick Carpenter ’21 Have you ever wondered what goes on deep within the Earth, far deeper than any human has ever ventured? Well