Danny Anderson

Danny Anderson
  • Class of 2014
  • Hometown: South Burlington, VT
  • Archived Blogger

About Danny Anderson

Hey, I’m Dan. I was originally from South Burlington, Vermont, but my family relocated to the northern Virginia area. Where I come from, it’s cold. Really cold. So I am especially appreciative of the warm Virginia weather. Before W&M, I attended a small Catholic school in my hometown where I was involved in student council, peer ministry, football, ice hockey and national honor society.

On campus, I was involved in a few different organizations. I was an active brother in the social fraternity, Beta Theta Pi. I was also a student counsel. The student counsels serve as a helping hand to those brought up on honor or student conduct council violations. The counsels ensure that the hearings are fair and that those under investigation understand the process and are able to be heard. I was a president’s aide. I was also a member of the Blue Ridge Hockey Conference champion Tribe club ice hockey team.

Academically, I plan to apply for entry to the Mason School of Business in the fall of my junior year. I also hope to pursue a second major but it is currently a toss up between computer science, economics and Hispanic studies.

I can’t wait to see what the future holds!

Posts by Danny Anderson

Fall Semester in 500 Words

First off, I know you all have been anxiously awaiting my glorious return to the W&M blogosphere. I apologize for the long delay, but

The Real World: Kansas City

“The Real World”. Ever since I was a little kid, I’ve been warned about its terrors. How many times have I heard “You can’t

Good Morning W&M!

Happy Finals everyone! Due to the need to memorize 100 terms, several readings and three essays and a desire to watch a gut-wrenching 3OT

How to Beat The Stress: Williamsburg Edition

It’s that time of the semester yet again. Students are finishing up their last week of classes and nervously anticipating next week’s final exams.

People Watching

Recently a friend of mine revealed to me a very interesting hobby: people watching. She swears that she can sit in the RFOC dining

How I End My Tours

Here on campus, I have the honor of being one of the tour guides for the Undergraduate Admission Office. This means that when you

Finals? Already? Where Did First Semester Go?

It’s that time of year again, the time of year that makes coffee and Mountain Dew sales sky rocket. It causes Swem to fill

The Swem Survival Guide

Never has there been such a love-hate relationship than the one that every student at William & Mary shares with Earl Gregg Swem Library.

William & Mary Athletics: Non-Varsity Edition

Like almost everybody, I was an avid athlete in high school, playing as many as three sports a year. When I came to college