Yellow never looked so good

Yellow never looked so good

A silence has settled over the W&M campus. Anticipation is building, parking spots are abundant and checkout at Wawa is happening at record speeds. This lull in the regularly vibrant and bustling campus occurs annually between the end of summer classes and the beginning of orientation training. Summer students retreat to their hometowns in an




The measure of an interview

My boss has asked each summer intern to reflect on our past summer of interviews, suggest advice to future interviewees and contextualize, if possible, what separates the goods the greats and the got to haves. Interviewing 6 people a day roughly 3 times a week for 8 weeks, gives me a total of 144 interviews.




Food for Thought…

Many people you meet throughout your life will claim to “love food” or be a “food enthusiast” and I for one think of myself as at the forefront of this subset. So you can imagine how elated I was to hear about the novel food options just moments away from completion of Tribe Square on




Game On

When you think of great rivalries throughout time (you know, the ones that make grown men cry and their jerseys go unwashed for weeks at a time) some famous examples come to mind, most notably Yankees vs. Red Sox, Celtics vs. Lakers, Packers vs. Bears and of course UVA vs. William and Mary. But this



How Schulman’s do July 4th

So I know what you’re thinking, “is this girl kidding me July 4th was more than a week ago, I’m over it.” But I think, better late than never, right? Plus the happenings  of a successful long weekend home in New York are worth sharing, trust me. First off, in an effort to avoid the



“Chau” for now Argentina…

The ability for me to move so quickly and effortlessly from one point of the earth to another never ceases to delight and impress me. Upon realizing that my time in Argentina was coming to an end, I decided on an impromptu trip to Patagonia, the mountainous region that serves as the border between Argentina