Ghana for Four Days: How to Use the Liberal Arts

Ghana for Four Days: How to Use the Liberal Arts

I hope everyone had a great summer. I am sure there were many internships, jobs and needed relaxing. I traveled to Ghana. I traveled with one of William & Mary’s Social Entrepreneurs, Ali Siddiqui, who serves on the board of the Acumen Fund, the world’s largest social investor, and runs a private equity shop in



A Different Kind of Spring Break

I finally finished my first week back after spring break of my junior year at The College. It was a unique experience, but nothing unexpected from The College. I initially traveled down to Myrtle Beach in South Carolina with some friends who were staying all week and relaxing together. I enjoyed my time hanging out



Innovation and Cutting Edge Classes Challenge My Perspectives

Winter break is always a great time for family, friends, food, holiday spirit, but also for reflection on the past semester. I noticed something about my past two semesters: I just finished a marketing class in the business school recently originally titled Marketing Sustainability. I decided to take it because I enjoyed Intro to Marketing



The Value of Leadership in Fraternity Life, by N. Hampson

Guest blogger: Nick Hampson, a fraternity President and senior from New Jersey, writes about the value of leadership in fraternity life. I am a proud member of the Greek community on campus. My decision to join my chapter was one of the most formative of my college experience. This is becoming clearer and clearer to



Togas Are More Than Just Fun

As the craziness of fraternity and sorority rush continues, many of our fellow Tribe members are unsure about Greek life, and what is so great about it. Well, what are the benefits of Greek life? Some people think Greek life is only a group wanting a “To-ga! To-ga! To-ga!” party, as Mr. John Belushi so