Thursday, April 30th, 2015

What Pathways Means to Me

The William and Mary Pathways program has hands down been the most important thing I have done in my college career. At first, it seems like it’s just a nice thing to do at the beginning of the year, and maybe eases some nerves before college starts in earnest. Don’t get me wrong, it’s all […]

Wednesday, September 12th, 2012

Backpacking, Climbing, and Canoeing, Oh My!

by Matt Chaney Pathways, a pre-orientation program for incoming freshman and transfer students, started in 2008 and introduces new students not only to the William and Mary Outdoor Recreation community by traveling as a group to outdoor locales across the state, but also introduces students to what life at the college will be like. Participants […]

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 […]