Gladiator Games over the James

The Gladstone Gladiators have spent the past two months dividing their time between geological field research in central Virginia and lab research in the

How to plan your first semester courses with minimal panic

As many of you are finishing up College Studies right now, you may still be a bit overwhelmed by the prospect of planning your

Receive and Take Advantage Of What Has Been Given To You.

With only three weeks left in our time in DC, it’s important to reflect on what has been going well, what needs fixing and

Belong Here

Growing up in a military family shaped the way I relate to a sense of place. On the one hand, my connection to where

So You’ve Been Assigned to Botetourt…

You just found out dorm assignments. Yay! But, you’ve been assigned to a dorm in the Botetourt Complex? Where even is that? Unless you’ve

Women in International Relations: Inspiring W&M Students

By Ana Suarez, Global Research Institute staff, based on interviews with Ola Pozor ’19 and John Teague ’19 Reading about the ways in which

William & Mary at the World Cup!

We Admit It! We love watching the World Cup here at William & Mary. Especially when the head coach Jill Ellis ’88, a William

Taxi Drivers Know More Than You Think

By Henry Young ’20, CAD Student Researcher, Summer Fellows Cohort 2018 Hello everyone! I arrived in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s capital, a little more than a

Powered by Caffeine: W&M’s 24-Hour Global Innovation Challenge

By Shivani Gupta ’19, Executive Board Member of WMGIC This year the William & Mary Global Innovation Challenge (WMGIC) drew in over 65 students