Amanda Lewe

Amanda Lewe
  • Class of 2019
  • Hometown: Chantilly, VA
  • Major(s): Economics and Mathematics

About Amanda Lewe

Hey there! My name is Amanda and I am studying Economics. I hail from Chantilly, Virginia, but Williamsburg is my home away from home.

On campus I am a student assistant in the Dean of Arts & Sciences Office, a tour guide in the Admissions Office and a part of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. I also have studied abroad in both Prague and Seville. In the Fall of 2019, I am heading out west to the Bay Area to teach with Teach for America!

I can’t wait to share some of my favorite moments at William & Mary with you!

Posts by Amanda Lewe

…Ready for it?

This semester has been filled with preparing for the “real world.” I went to my first career fair last week and have been editing

The Economics of Studying (warning graphs are included)

It’s (almost) finals season. And do you know what that means?  I will be drawing many (maybe too many) supply and demand graphs. I

Who runs the world (and W&M)? Girls!

Want to know a fun fact about me? W&M’s Chief Police Officer, Deb Cheesbro, is my mentor. When I got lunch with her for

To apply ED, or to not apply ED

I gave a tour to prospective students this week and got questions about why I applied early decision to William & Mary. The deadline

The Balancing Act

Balance. It is hard. And I’m not talking about balancing those organic chemistry equations. Throughout my time at W&M, I am learning to be

Summer in the ‘Burg

I’m in Williamsburg for the summer, and I cannot contain my joy. After trotting the globe for 5 months, I am excited to be

COLL 300: W&M and the World

After 146 days, 50 cities, 21 hostels, 19 plane rides, 10 countries, 8 languages, 3 time zones, 2 continents, I am finally back in

Moment of Clarity

This past week has been exhilarating and challenging and inspiring and raw. I hiked over 60 miles of El Camino de Santiago in Galicia,

On Getting Wander-fully Lost

From riding a camel in Morocco to eating Belgian waffles in Brussels to surviving one of the world’s most dangerous hikes to visiting the