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Research and Path-Making at William & Mary

By Chris Hettwer ’21 One thing that I knew I wanted to become involved in as an incoming William & Mary freshman was student research.

A W&M Sophomore’s Experience Conducting Research in Tanzania Through GRI

By Ethan Harrison ’20 “Alright, Ethan you’re up!” — with those words, I (nervously) began to present the research I had worked on for

The Long Arm of Authoritarianism: Possibilities for Repression and Opportunities for Change

By Katherine Armstrong ’20 For most of my life, I thought of migration as possibility. The possibility to live, work, put down roots, and

Disinformation Ink Spots: A Framework to Combat Authoritarian Disinformation Campaigns

Editors Note: The Project on International Peace and Security (PIPS) is one of the premier undergraduate think tanks in the country. Based at W&M’s

Clashing Codes of Conduct: Asymmetric Ethics and the Biotech Revolution

Editors Note: The Project on International Peace and Security (PIPS) is one of the premier undergraduate think tanks in the country. Based at W&M’s

Moving Earth Week Online

By Greta Mattheis ’21 Everyone on the Earth Week Committee felt disheartened the day we realized we would not be returning for the rest

Teaching Online at William & Mary: An Experiment

Like most college professors, I had to transition abruptly to online teaching in March 2020 because of COVID-19. Until then, I had never Zoomed

How AidData Students Work To Solve Real-World Problems

By Martin Pan ’20 What is China’s intent when it made development investments to other countries? Is China using “debt-trap diplomacy”? What sectors and

Rose, bud, thorn

Within a week of arriving at William & Mary, I learned the “rose-bud-thorn” exercise, often used  during reflection in classes and clubs. We’re a