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Finding Our Way in Santo Domingo: Navigating Expectations

By: Katherine Armstrong ’20 Summer Fellow 2019 Cohort Habitat For Humanity, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic After a week in Santo Domingo, I am beginning

Finally Home!

After a year of challenging courses, long-lasting friendships, lengthy applications, and countless people swinging into the academic and dorm hallways back and forth, I

Women at William & Mary

We Admit It! We love celebrating our major milestones at William & Mary. This past year we just celebrated the anniversary of 100 years of

DC Center Winter Seminar Gives Students First-Hand Look at Urban Education

This winter, 26 six students started off their spring semester exploring the many complicated aspects of urban education. As part of the 2019 William & Mary D.C.

Acquiring Technical Skills

On March 30th, I had the opportunity to participate in the Women’s Stock Pitch & Leadership Summit at William & Mary’s Mason School of

Ethical Challenges in Political Science: A Panel Discussion

Featuring Faculty Researchers from the Global Research Institute By Jane Handa ’21 On Friday, February 15, the Social Science Research Methods Center hosted a

The reasons I grew to love W&M

To be honest, there were only a handful of reasons why I chose to attend W&M. For starters, W&M is well-respected in the academic

The Difference Community Makes

A few years ago, I asked the students in the Aim 4 community leadership program to write down three ways they are different because

My Scholarship Story

I was asked to speak at a Scholarship Luncheon during Homecoming Weekend where both donors and scholarship recipients would hear my unique story. Why