After graduation, William and Mary people go on to do a lot of different things in a lot of different places. Here’s a slice:
We’re all a long way from the College, and from one another. But that’s never really stopped William & Mary people.
This Thanksgiving was going to be the first time in my life that I’ve been out of the United States, without family, for one of my favorite holidays. So Bailey and Michael came up with a novel idea – they’d bring a bit of my Tribe family to Scotland so I didn’t have to be alone.
Bailey flew from San Francisco and Michael from Sofia so I wouldn’t be without family for Thanksgiving.
As a result, I had one of the most incredible Thanksgivings I will probably ever experience.
From different continents, career paths, fields of study and graduation years – William & Mary binds you.
I’m aware now, more than ever, that my Tribe is a family 90,000 strong.
That’s tens of thousands of reasons to be thankful.
Bailey '10 dons a W&M Griffin hood.
College pennant in my flat in Edinburgh
Green & Gold