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Slip Slidin’ Away: Veins & Faults in Virginia Soapstone

by Jerry Hu ’21 Earlier this academic year, my friend Gabe Mojica ’21 wrote about his research on soapstone bodies near Schuyler, Virginia. Gabe’s

Shoutout to My Professors

In terms of academics, this year was my favorite. The classes I took have been my favorites yet, because of the subject matter and

Celebrating People-Miles

Earlier this month, on a research trip to central Virginia, the Geology department’s venerable 12-passenger van rolled on beyond 100,000 miles- that’s a milestone worth

5 Day Weekend? My St Andrews Schedule

Freshman year at William & Mary, I had 2-3 classes each day, except Friday in the fall, where I only had one in the

Getting with the Programme

I want to tell the story of why I chose William & Mary (and why I chose the St Andrews Joint Degree Programme!) My

We Need to Go Deeper – the Blueschists and Eclogites of Oman

By Nick Carpenter ’21 Have you ever wondered what goes on deep within the Earth, far deeper than any human has ever ventured? Well

Return to St Andrews: Quarantine Edition

When Spring 20202 abruptly got cut short, I comforted in the fact that Fall 2020 would be better and back to normal. The threat

Collaborative Blog with Caroline and Bryn: Getting Involved and Trying New Things

This post is jointly written by William & Mary bloggers Caroline Prout ’22 and Bryn DePaul ’22.  Getting involved at William & Mary and St

GRI Alumni Brought the D.C. Professional Experience Directly to Students Via Zoom

By Katie Spofford ’22 One thing that has always stood out to me about William & Mary, and the Global Research Institute in particular,