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Admitted Class of 2018, Congratulations on your admission to William & Mary! Now that you have received your wonderful and exciting emails from the W&M Admission Office, it’s your turn to choose what college to attend! Yes, this is daunting, I know. I remember having SO MANY questions about what I would experience in college




Looking Back on a Summer as a Senior Interviewer

I’m having a hard time comprehending that this week marks my last week as a senior interviewer at the W&M Office of Undergraduate Admission. How can senior year be coming up so soon already?! Every day at the admission office has been busy; I have been giving tours, manning the lobby, answering phones, giving interviews



Orientation is Coming…

To all incoming students – Freshmen & Transfers: By now you have all received your housing assignments and roommates. I hope you are all gearing up for college and Move-in on August 24th! As a current member of the Tribe and one of the Orientation Aides (OAs) for this fall (get ready Jefferson Hall –




A Balanced and Healthy Lifestyle

This morning, the Muscarelle Museum interns took a field trip to the Office of Health Promotion in the W&M Campus Center to talk to Ms. Sarah Menefee about Public Health, stress, and a well balanced lifestyle here at the College. As one of our weekly “Campus Enrichment Programs,” it was a perfect moment to step




Work Hard, Play Hard.

Work Hard, Play Hard. Pretty much the DEN mantra here at the Muscarelle Museum of Art. (DEN: Development, Education, & New Media) This summer I’ve been living it up in the lovely and humid ‘Burg and working as a Publishing & Curatorial Intern at the Muscarelle. The internship working for Museum Director Aaron De Groft




Spirit of the Living Watching : W&M’s First Art History Publication

Before coming back to school this past winter, I was sitting at my laptop taking a break from writing summer internship applications and cover letters. I decided to look through the “Student Happenings” email that had just popped up in my inbox, and, scrolling down the list, the words NEW ART HISTORY PUBLICATION caught my



Spring Registration

Registration Week is upon us again, everyone. It’s that hectic time of year when we plan what we want our schedule to be the next semester, but know deep down inside will turn out very different after our time slot is over. Some of us get incredibly lucky and take Adventure Games, while others (like




12 Things I Learned Abroad

I wish I could have had internet access to blog during my time abroad this summer in Florence. But unfortunately, internet access was hard to come by in the city. So, because of this, I thought I’d upload an email I was able to send to my family about what I had noticed and learned



Welcome Class of 2015!

Hi everyone! Guess what? The Day for Admitted Students is this Saturday! I wanted to write a special welcome to the newest admitted members of the W&M community- transfers and the Class of 2015. I know these last few weeks have been incredibly nerve-racking for you all, as you waited to see the decision in




Spring Semester 2011: Clubs, Applications, and the Future of Minority Studies Colloquium

Being part of the class and event opened my eyes to controversial topics such as race, and it has given me the knowledge and opportunity to start forming my own opinions and views on the current social and cultural state of our country.