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So You’re Transferring

Unlike my peers, my transferring was not a shock to my professors, friends, or family. Because I attended a community college, it was a

A Look Inside: International Freshman Advantage Program

The first two weeks of my summer vacation consisted of business professional outfit shopping to prepare for my internship, and countless dinner dates with

Students ‘Branch Out’ to Baltimore

How did you spend Spring Break 2018? Although, a getaway is not a mandatory component of this week-long holiday, it appears that many take

Civil Rights Leader Honored at Active Citizens Conference

Guest blogger Alexander Nocks’ reflection on the impact of Barbara Johns, civic rights leader, as described at the 2018 Active Citizens Conference. The Active

How I Got Into W&M (Twice)

The admissions process is as tough as choosing a college. As a person who went through this situation as a freshman and then again

Lead with Humility

Guest blogger Cameron How writes about his perspective on leading with humility.  To me, humility is generated from confidence in one’s own values, beliefs,

Advancing Democratic Engagement

William & Mary’s history gives us a unique perspective on the importance and meaning of civic engagement and public service in a democracy. Often

My Second Home

“Where is home to you?” This is one of the most common questions I got from people. As an international transfer student coming from

Diversity at William & Mary

One of the greatest worries that many people have coming to a new school is “what type of people go there,” “will I fit