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In the Field with Mobile Microinsurance

By Maisie Sapner ’20, Laura Schwartz ’20 and Elizabeth Sutterlin ’20 Our team led by mentor Professor Phil Roessler, competed for Shark Tank funding

How to Think Like An Entrepreneur

By Anna Raymond ’23 and Kayla Seggelke ’23 Cholera in Eastern Asia: Investigating the Epidemiological Effects of Increased Coastal Flooding and the Success Rates of

Study Abroad as a Transfer

Transfers Abroad One thing that some W&M transfers may wonder is if they will still be able to study abroad. The answer is a

Going to William & Mary from Out-of-State

NOVA? DMV? Nats? Caps? What do all these terms mean? As an out-of-state student, coming to William & Mary was a bit of a

Wine & Roses

One of my favorite campus involvements is with Canterbury, William & Mary’s Epsicopal Ministry. Last January, I began attending Bruton Parish, the historic Episcopal

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

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