Active Citizenship Reflection

Every year I get to host our Celebration of Active Citizenship which recognizes the many ways students have prioritized community in the past year.

Half and Half

At the end of my first year at William & Mary, I had this strange realization that I had completed half of my time

I Hope I Get It

A lot of my friends are currently navigating the world of interviews and/or leaving their current jobs. This can be pretty scary, especially since

A Challenging Education Worth Fighting For

Among the most frequently asked questions when giving a campus tour is about the workload at William & Mary. “Will I be able to

An Education in Kittens

“Is it hard to give them back?” That’s almost always the first question I am asked when someone learns that I foster cats and

Surprise!

Registration time has the tendency to bring surprises. Some of those surprises are welcome and others, not so much. One of the best things

Rising from the Coastal Plain: A Proper Mt. William & Mary!

Over the years I’ve used this blog to report on geologic research in a format that’s intended to be both accessible and digestible by

And we continue marching on

This weekend I had the privilege of joining the thousands of people in Washington D.C. to March For Our Lives. I am grateful for

Why William & Mary? People & Places

Why choose to attend William & Mary?  I’ll offer up two reasons to attend William & Mary: people & places. It’s the people that