Admitted Students 2022 – Welcome to W&M!

We Admit It! After months of reading applications, attending committee meetings, and making final decisions, we can finally share the good news: Welcome! That’s

Waitlisted Students 2022 – What’s Next?

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

Denied Students 2022 – A Letter

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

Executive Order 77: Eliminating Single-Use Plastics

By Justin Maynard ’23 Last semester I was a Sustainability Ambassador with the Office of Sustainability. After completing a project as a Sustainability Ambassador

WMGIC’s Lasting Impact: More Than Another Case Competition

By August Wagner ’21 This post is written by August Wagner, two-time WMGIC contestant and Events Director for WMGIC V. As the Global Research

The Blue Ridge Bachelor? A Day with the Schuyler Sisters

By Chuck Bailey Saturday, Feb. 26th was a day like no other. I participated in both a William & Mary departmental field trip while

Bin Liners: An Opportunity to Drastically Reduce Single-Use Plastic

Margaret O’Connor ’23 The typical American tosses 110 pounds of single-use plastic every year. With approximately 10,000 students, faculty, and staff, the William &

Nine Down, Seven Across for Planetary Geology

Meara Carlin ’23 There is an interesting grey area when dealing with planetary geology. The first thing someone usually thinks of when geology is

What (and Who) College Has Helped Me Become

Sometimes I miss high school Morgan. She didn’t have to “become” something—she could just be. And what she did was “be” curious. She asked