First off, I know you all have been anxiously awaiting my glorious return to the W&M blogosphere. I apologize for the long delay, but due to seventeen credits, an internship hunt and numerous on-campus commitments I have been beyond busy this semester. However, the wait is over because the kid is back! It’s been a
Fall Semester in 500 Words
“The Real World”. Ever since I was a little kid, I’ve been warned about its terrors. How many times have I heard “You can’t be late in the real world,” or “People won’t be as nice in the real world” or “You can’t have pizza for every meal in the real world”. It’s a place
Happy Finals everyone! Due to the need to memorize 100 terms, several readings and three essays and a desire to watch a gut-wrenching 3OT loss by the Washington Capitals last night, I finished studying for my History of Christianity final a little later than expected. Also, with the need to review before my 9 a.m.
It’s that time of the semester yet again. Students are finishing up their last week of classes and nervously anticipating next week’s final exams. It’s times like these where all students are beginning to feel the pressure but with that pressure comes a degree of stress. Luckily for students of the College, there are countless
Recently a friend of mine revealed to me a very interesting hobby: people watching. She swears that she can sit in the RFOC dining hall for hours and just watch the people that walk by. So, today, in attempt to see what this bizarre hobby is all about, I left my dorm about an hour
Here on campus, I have the honor of being one of the tour guides for the Undergraduate Admission Office. This means that when you come visit our beautiful campus, I’m the one who shows you around and gives you the student perspective. So far, I have met a ton of cool people and, hopefully, have
It’s that time of year again, the time of year that makes coffee and Mountain Dew sales sky rocket. It causes Swem to fill to near capacity, along with every classroom and study area on campus. It’s the time of year where everybody is concerned about what they know or, perhaps, what they don’t. It,
Never has there been such a love-hate relationship than the one that every student at William & Mary shares with Earl Gregg Swem Library. Of course, we love the library itself. It’s a beautiful building with awesome resources. But the sheer number of hours one spends there add up…fast. There is certain Swem etiquette though.
Like almost everybody, I was an avid athlete in high school, playing as many as three sports a year. When I came to college I also came with the illusion that my athletic career was behind me. Man, was I wrong. The College has incredible opportunities for students that aren’t varsity athletes to get involved
If you read my previous post, you already know that recently my friend and I were pondering the best decisions of our life. While my “best” decision came to me immediately, my “second best” took a while. First, I attempted to narrow it down. Because I wanted to choose a decision that was completely mine,