Tall tales from a rock named Baby Blue

By Olivia Pearson ’21 Some 550 to 500 million years ago, in what would become central Virginia, a suite of sediments was deposited in

From Ideas to Impact: How a Multidisciplinary Team Tracked Government Responsiveness

This is the first installment of a series highlighting exceptional student contributions to the Global Research Institute. Stay tuned for other features throughout April:

A Guide to Regular Decision Release – 2021

We Admit It! After days, weeks, and months of eagerly waiting, the day has finally arrived… After countless hours reading through your applications, hearing your

Decisions are Live! Welcome Class of 2025!

We Admit It! After an unprecedented year, months of reading applications, virtual committee meetings, and final decision making, we can finally share the good

Decisions are Live! Waitlist Edition

We Admit It! We wish we could send good news to all of our wonderfully talented applicants. Unfortunately, the small class sizes that make

Decisions are Live! Deny Edition

We Admit It! This is the hardest part of our jobs, sending bad news to bright, talented applicants like you. We know that you must

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

Relying on Creativity

When I first took the Life Values Inventory, I remember looking down at my results as Dr. Kelly Crace explained that Achievement, Responsibility, and

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