My last post was from a speech I gave about service, but this time I’m doing one better. Below Emma Merrill ’13 speaks to the audience at Celebration of Service on the need to give one’s hands and heart to service. Emma’s commitment to social justice, active citizenship and community is an inspiration to many
With Day for Admitted Students coming up this weekend and graduation in about a month, I’ve definitely been thinking a lot about William and Mary’s powerful ability to shape all who come here. Four years from now admitted students who will this weekend be introduced to the Tribe culture, meeting so many amazing individuals and experiencing
Meet the Admission Interns in their film debut! The Interns are frantic as they rush to prepare the campus for Day for Admitted Students 2012!
So, there’s this thing called Orientation. And training for it started today. And Briana and I decided we’d take a little late night stroll onto the football field (with permission from appropriate people of course). So, here’s the result – all in one take – we talk about Orientation, are really excited about it, and
Found some video clips from freshman year, so I put together a video summary. Watching these clips made me miss William & Mary oh so much! I can’t wait to go back next semester for my last fall and winter in Williamsburg.
The end of April is always crunch time. It’s when the entire academic year begins to dwindle down, and everyone is either running around like frenzied chickens, or frolicking like nymphs in the Sunken Garden. I’m more of the frenzied chicken type. I write this post in the middle of my English 468 Screenwriting class,
Check out the video below featuring current students here on campus to welcome you as the incoming class of 2015…We are so excited for you to join us as members of the TRIBE in the fall and hope to see you on Day For Admitted Students (4/16/11)! – Shannon Beydler ’12
I love the Class 0f 2011, and at over 50% participation in the Senior Class Gift already, we’re just getting started. Seniors: Give back to what matters most at www.wm.edu/2011 Go Tribe, Brian
It’s still difficult to thank William and Mary.
There is more to College than grades and academia. Point blank. It is important to shave time from our schedules to engage ourselves in the company of our friends. Remember this; they do not teach you this in freshmen seminar. Earlier this week I sat down with a friend for lunch, but it was not