Archive for Summer of 1693

Jurassic swirl ice cream dominates the competition

Jurassic swirl ice cream dominates the competition

Posted On: August 23, 2015

By now you should be familiar with the weekly liquid nitrogen ice-cream socials the chemistry department holds during [...]

“Surviving and thriving” in Williamsburg

“Surviving and thriving” in Williamsburg

Posted On: August 17, 2015

The more time I’ve spent in Williamsburg over the summer, the more I’ve really come to appreciate it. [...]

The fasting and the furious: Williamsburg drift

The fasting and the furious: Williamsburg drift

Posted On: July 11, 2015

June 17 signaled the start of Ramadan, and with it the real hunger games began. [...]

Venturing beyond the college

Venturing beyond the college

Posted On: June 24, 2015

As a student on campus it is easy to forget that there is more to Williamsburg and James [...]

The slow rhythms of a Williamsburg summer

The slow rhythms of a Williamsburg summer

Posted On: June 24, 2015

Here’s to a summer that marks the beginning of my journey to becoming an ‘adult.’ Is it exciting? [...]

Sunny with a Chance of Dinosaurs

Sunny with a Chance of Dinosaurs

Posted On: June 24, 2015

This week I continued my research in Parkinson's disease. [...]

Bidding adieu to summer 2014

Bidding adieu to summer 2014

Posted On: August 20, 2014

Here we are ladies and gentlemen – the fat lady sang, the ball fell, 2Pac dropped the mic, [...]

A new respect for America’s busiest retirement community/tourist trap

A new respect for America’s busiest retirement community/tourist trap

Posted On: August 05, 2014

Don’t call it a comeback, I’ve been here for … about two months. But it feels like [...]

Birthday in the ‘Burg

Birthday in the ‘Burg

Posted On: July 17, 2014

Well America, I’ve done it. Yours truly has officially escaped teen pregnancy. [...]

Investigating the survivors of a Williamsburg summer

Investigating the survivors of a Williamsburg summer

Posted On: July 04, 2014

Internships are up, Wawa trips are down, and almost 20 percent of the populace has decided that the [...]