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Rock Music Oman 2020 – The Crescent of Learning

I’m homeward bound after the 2020 edition of our Natural History & Contemporary Culture of Oman (a.k.a. Rock Music Oman) course. For the past

Learning on Fire by Maddie Talnagi ’20

Guest blogger Maddie Talnagi ’20 provides us an overview of the realities of public education in the United States. Talnagi was a student in

Teaching for the W&M Washington Center

Throughout my educational training, I was committed to delaying specialization and instead explore communities. I majored in Sociology, Communication and later Counseling Psychology and

A Note About Office Hours

I am wholly dedicated to office hours. I want every student to feel welcomed, as they belong and as they are included in the

How I Stay Motivated During Finals

Finals season is upon us! Swem is crowded, and students are experiencing significant amounts of stress. Fortunately, the holiday break is not far off;

My First Steps Toward Publishing My Work

Publishing my work was a huge dream of mine before graduating. What surprised me about pursuing undergraduate research, however, is that I had to

Journalism in a Changing World: William & Mary Welcomed Foreign Policy Journalists to Discuss the Trump Era

By Jane Handa ’21 Students, faculty, and Williamsburg community members were eager to hear from experts at last week’s Foreign Policy Journalism in the

Foreign Policy Experts Argue for Engagement or Restraint at Student-Run Debate

By Jane Handa ’21 This past September William & Mary students confirmed that they are informed, passionate, and ready to engage with hot-button issues

How to Flourish in a Relentless World Part 1

The most valuable choice I have made during my time here at William & Mary is sign up to take Professor Crace’s flourishing class.