Archive for Kiana Espinoza

Choosing a university was a black or white decision

Choosing a university was a black or white decision

Posted On: October 02, 2017

When it was time to start thinking about colleges, my parents took me on the typical college tour [...]

Dean of Students’ absence policies too stringent

Dean of Students’ absence policies too stringent

Posted On: October 02, 2017

It feels as though walking into class lately has been even more stressful than usual. The chorus of [...]

Recurring swipe trouble in academic buildings

Recurring swipe trouble in academic buildings

Posted On: September 25, 2017

We have gotten to the point of the year now when exams and papers are starting to stack [...]

Hopes for a continued community response to DACA

Hopes for a continued community response to DACA

Posted On: September 11, 2017

  When I first got the notification of the president’s plans to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, [...]

The problems with gender neutral housing

The problems with gender neutral housing

Posted On: August 24, 2017

Gender neutral housing, like a great majority of positive changes, comes with a downside. As someone who has [...]

Mental self-care in the era of Trump

Mental self-care in the era of Trump

Posted On: January 30, 2017

As students at the College of William and Mary, self-care is something we often practice too infrequently. In [...]

Behind the Brick Walls: Brown Hall provides historic living for new freshman

Behind the Brick Walls: Brown Hall provides historic living for new freshman

Posted On: November 07, 2016

Although the College of William and Mary campus itself is historic, some buildings have a richer past than [...]

From the media center to Mexico: Drew Darby ’18 travels the world, campus with his camera

From the media center to Mexico: Drew Darby ’18 travels the world, campus with his camera

Posted On: October 24, 2016

Like many students, Drew Darby ’18 is pursuing his passions and a future career while working on a [...]

The bleak world of post-Mooyah dining options

The bleak world of post-Mooyah dining options

Posted On: September 12, 2016

My freshman year at the college, I looked forward to every Friday night. I would meet my SPAN [...]