Running Your Race – A Syllabus for Well-Being

Guest blogger, Pietro Marino ’23 writes about his running journey as part of life at W&M. We know that accomplishment includes the concepts of

Looking Back on Earth Week 2021

By Claire Hutcheson ’22 Returning to campus this spring after 9 months away due to COVID-19 and a semester off, I was looking for

We are the Schuyler Sisters

This summer, four brave undergraduates and one faculty advisor are dedicated to both geologic research and honoring the sensational Broadway musical Hamilton. You may

How to Take Care of Your Mental and Physical Health

One of the most important things that we rarely think about when in school is our mental/physical health. We are so focused on getting

Sustainability & Business: Adopting Sustainable Procurement Practices at William & Mary

By Justin Maynard ’23 This semester I was a Sustainability Ambassador with the Office of Sustainability. I was driven to become a Sustainability Ambassador

Three Tips for Transfer Students

Dear Transfers, Welcome to William & Mary! My name is Jacinta Das, and I am the Peer Advising Chair on the Executive Board of

An Earth Week Celebration We Will Never Forget

By Mary Lawrence Young ’21 This past year I was given the unique opportunity to serve as co-Chair of the Earth Week planning committee.

“We Were Able to Dream Big” — Reflections on the Fifth Annual WMGIC

By Kiran Rachamallu ’23, WMGIC V External Relations Director For 24 hours from March 19-20, 2021, 120 students across 15 universities participated in the

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