Entries from November 2011

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

An Era of Pathways

By Matt Sparacino I remember, vividly, my first experiences at William & Mary. Unlike many freshmen, they had nothing to do with on-campus orientation. Instead, my memories are of late nights spent talking around a campfire, rock climbing on the banks of the James in downtown Richmond, laughing at the misspelled sign above the Grocries […]

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

An Opportunity Like No Other

By Andrew Moore Being a part of the Recreational Sports program has afforded me opportunities that I never would have had otherwise.  Thanks to the cycling team, I am in a new city nearly every weekend.  I have traveled up and down the east coast and competed against some of the finest athletes in the […]

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

It’s All About Balance

By Emily Bainwol “Remember to have fun.” These were the words that were repeated to me throughout my high school years. Now they comprise the message I want to pass onto others during my time here at William and Mary. Being among such driven, hard-working and intelligent students, it is sometimes hard to incorporate these […]