Rachel Brown

Rachel Brown
  • Hometown: Danville, VA
  • Major(s): Psychology & English
  • Archived Blogger

About Rachel Brown

I'm a William & Mary alumna who majored in psychology and English, and I liked the university so much that I decided to stick around for graduate school. I completed my master's degree in May 2017, and I'm currently a First-Year Advisor and AUx Instructor at American University.

I enjoy telling stories through blogs, but I also find joy in listening to other people's stories and learning from them. If I'm not working, you'll most likely find me reading a good book with a cup of coffee in hand or strumming my guitar. I hope you enjoy learning about William & Mary through my eyes.

Posts by Rachel Brown

College? I Never Left!

I work at a college for my day job, which means in a way, since I first began at William & Mary, I’ve actually

District of William & Mary Alumni

This year, due to a great job opportunity at American University, I moved to Washington, DC, to continue my career in higher education. DC

Memorable Moments

I can’t give you any specifics about the first time I visited William & Mary. I can’t remember what buildings I saw or what

Return to the Burg

About four years ago, I was brushing my teeth in a very small Ludwell Apartment bathroom when my college roommate told me she liked

Reminders of William & Mary

This August, for the first time in a few years, I won’t be returning to William & Mary. My studies are complete, so I

Reading Between the Lines

I sat in the courtyard at the School of Education with my two best friends from graduate school on either side of me, the

I’ve Got Company

In about a week, I’ll be walking through the Wren Building one final time as a student. This time will be my second since

Long Live Yule Log

One of my favorite William & Mary traditions is Yule Log. To be frank, Yule Log was one of my favorite traditions before I

Don’t Cease from Exploration

Welcome to my blog! I hope you enjoy learning about my journey at William & Mary, which is sure to be filled with tripping