Today has been a good day. This week has been a good week. This month has been a good month. This semester has been a good semester. And it’s all only going to keep getting better. I came into senior year wanting to embrace all the opportunities I hadn’t taken advantage of my first three
The One With All the Happiness
Did you know Tug of War used to be an official Olympic sport? Or Chuck Lorre, the guy who created Two and a Half Men, composed the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles theme song? Maybe you’d like to know that the average person takes 23,000 breaths. Or that daydreaming makes you smarter (tell your teachers that!).
One of my favorite questions to ask in an interview is the uninvention question – “throughout history, there have been a lot of inventions that have changed the world. If you had the power to uninvent any one thing, what would you uninvent?” It really gives you an idea of what they find important, and
Let’s play two truths and a lie! I am Coke-born and Coke-bred. I have been pronouncing the word “question” wrong for the last 19 years of my life. I am a master cook of all cuisines. I still own (and willingly use) a flip phone …I told you I don’t like counting (read previous blogs).
Working with the Admission Office has been such a phenomenal experience—hearing the stories of those who will continue the Tribe legacy, spending quality time with 11 of the coolest interns and rising seniors on the planet, and getting to talk about why William and Mary is my favorite place in the world (while walking backward!)
Good morning from the Admissions Office! It is 9:43 as I begin this post, so it’s approximately four hours before I’d prefer to be up (and sixteen hours before my usual productivity begins). We just finished up our very first week of interviews, and it was a blast! I’ve encountered athletes, scientists, future presidents, musicians,
To quote the newest DCOM (Disney Channel Original Movie for those of you older than the age of 24 reading this), “this is more than a crush, more than a like like, more than a love.” Needless to say, I am not talking about the Miami Heat. I am referring to my home of the