I can remember my freshman orientation as if it were yesterday–the sweat, the tears, the wonderful paradise that was the AC in Jefferson Hall, my freshman (and sophomore!) dorm. Now as a junior and as an Orientation Aide about to experience orientation all over again from a new perspective, it’s a unique opportunity to reflect […]

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As you’ve probably seen, planning your schedule in college is a whole different ball game from in high school, and it’s definitely confusing combing through the Open Course List trying to decipher what all of the different abbreviations and numbers mean. Hopefully, after completing the College Studies course, you have a bit more insight into […]

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In my three-year career at William & Mary, I have had the pleasure of working with so many wonderful people: students, deans, and professors alike. Out of all these amazing individuals, I thought I would share with you the top five professors I have had at William & Mary! 5. Dr. Thomas Payne, Department of […]

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