Alicia Draper

Alicia Draper
  • Class of 2020
  • Hometown: McLean, VA / Boynton Beach, FL
  • Major(s): American Studies/Finance

About Alicia Draper

Alicia is a junior at William & Mary pursing finance and american studies. She serves on the executive board for Smart Woman Securities, Lazarus Rising, and Campus Kitchens. You can find her working in the Reeder Media Center, at the business school keeping tabs on the stock market, or at Chickfila ordering a strawberry milkshake. Tell her a good joke, and she'll be your best friend.

Posts by Alicia Draper

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

How To Land A Summer Internship

Sorry that this title is a little (edit: extremely) misleading. If you’re here to get a summer internship, I can tell you now you’re

Commencement from the Eyes of a Volunteer

For the past year and a half, I have whipped in a golf cart across campus as an employee for Student Accessibility Services to

Students ‘Branch Out’ to Baltimore

How did you spend Spring Break 2018? Although, a getaway is not a mandatory component of this week-long holiday, it appears that many take

A Look Inside: Mason Investment Club

With all the ‘grown-up’ decisions that must be made in college, selecting a major is arguably one of the most difficult. My fascination for

A Look Inside: the Reeder Media Center

As part of William & Mary’s official guided tour of campus, some prospects and their families will step foot into the Earl Gregg Swem

Student Traveler Visits Asia: Part 2

Classes start in just a few days, and I am fortunate to have had a great summer! It started with my study abroad program

Student Traveler Visits Asia: Part 1

I am anticipating a series of questions come the beginning of the Fall semester like “what did you do over the summer?” and “whoa,

A Bittersweet Weekend: Commencement 2017

As I concluded my freshman year, I could easily name off a few seniors who gave me the best advice, served as the greatest