Beth Mahalak

Beth Mahalak
  • Class of 2009
  • Hometown: Panama City, FL
  • Archived Blogger

About Beth Mahalak

So here are the facts!:

I’m from Panama City, FL and I really love living close to the beaches and water! I was an English major and I plan on taking my degree into a publishing/editing graduate program.

I really loved being a student at William and Mary and getting to spend most of the year living in Williamsburg. The people here are amazing and the whole experience is exciting.

Other than that, I love eating ice cream with peanut butter and watching the Disney Channel (when no one else is around of course!). More than anything, I love spending time with my friends, relaxing, and making the most of everything!

Posts by Beth Mahalak

The Disgusting Type of Friends

Ok, so we all know those types of friends that are so close, tell each other everything, constantly hang out together, share too many

Not Your Average Class

I bet you would be amazed to know that rappelling down the side of the parking garage and soaring over Lake Matoaka on a

My William and Mary Life

It's really hard to that believe three years have already gone by since I first arrived at William and Mary. With so much to do

Rainy Days at William and Mary

In true Williamsburg fashion, the weather can never make up its mind.  One day its a hot 90 degrees and the next is a cool

Why I Love This School

There is no doubt that the college search process can be daunting!  I can clearly remember how overwhelmed I felt as a high school student when

First Week of Classes:

And just like that the semester has begun!  Classes started this past Wednesday and the school year has wasted no time filling up with readings, group

Packing and Unpacking:

So usually, I'm not a very big fan of packing and fact, I really don't like it at all.  Basically this means the idea

The Last Few Days:

The group of interns along with Dean Livingston and Dean Tripp went out to our final dinner of the summer last night.  We went to

And So It Begins:

You can always tell when the semester is getting ready to start because inevitably your email inbox starts seeing a lot more traffic.  As the school